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What's it like to not be prestigious





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Re: What's it like to not be prestigious
« Reply #34 on: July 04, 2007, 04:39:30 AM »
This shtick is quickly growing to be the least amusing one on LSD.  Quit while you're ahead and come up with a new alt already.

Re: What's it like to not be prestigious
« Reply #35 on: July 04, 2007, 08:08:23 AM »
I highly recommend that Andrew bumps his post count back down to 1.  And freezes it.

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Re: What's it like to not be prestigious
« Reply #36 on: July 04, 2007, 07:55:56 PM »
Top HS --> top college --> top law school

I'm sure I'll go on to a top firm and make top dollar.









Is the prestige of saying you're a lawyer really worth the 200k debt and hourly temp job for all you non t-14ers?  Does it hurt that you have to say "Podunk State U" when people ask where you went to college?

I'm genuinely curious.

What's it like going to a third tier state school?  Being ugly?  Being fat?  What's it like knowing you'll have no job after LS?

I can't even fathom such things.  Prestige is like a blanket for me.

You, sir, are a man after our own heart. We would like to employ you.

Re: What's it like to not be prestigious
« Reply #37 on: July 05, 2007, 12:36:51 PM »
Top HS --> top college --> top law school

I'm sure I'll go on to a top firm and make top dollar.









Is the prestige of saying you're a lawyer really worth the 200k debt and hourly temp job for all you non t-14ers? Does it hurt that you have to say "Podunk State U" when people ask where you went to college?

I'm genuinely curious.

What's it like going to a third tier state school? Being ugly? Being fat? What's it like knowing you'll have no job after LS?

I can't even fathom such things. Prestige is like a blanket for me.

You, sir, are a man after our own heart. We would like to employ you.

Didn't you lose your seat on the exchange?