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Current Law Students / Re: Lexis and Westlaw Points
« on: May 03, 2005, 12:54:06 PM »
female private part ;D

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Current Law Students / Re: Answers to all newbie questions
« on: May 02, 2005, 06:36:36 PM »
A -13 female private part! ;D

TO Joe:

You can tell me to leave this site. You can tell me that no one cares about my finals. You can be rude. You can call me a female private part, even though I am a guy. Yoiu can be aggressive and try to shout people down. All of that still does not change the fact that you are a loser. YOU GO TO THE WORST LAW SCHOOL IN AMERICA. For those of you who don't know, Joe is a 135 LSAT gettin', Cooley student, who was rejected by everyone else. Joe, just because you are bitter that you are the bottom of the barrel of the law school universe, don't put your frustrations off on me, because I am attending a REAL school.

TO Carrie:

From our responses to my posts, I assumed that I hit a little too close to home. So, I checked . . . and I was right. You are exactly the type of lemming that I was making fun of. Here's some highlights:

 “I know there was a thread on "how many hours do you study" but I'd like to know what everyone would advise for a first year law student?

For each class, can you advise?”

“How would you advise 1L students to "students" so to speak?

Would you recommend any books, etc., on study tactics, etc.?”

“I know this topic has been beaten to death.  But I'm trying really hard to decide what to get.
1)  What kind of laptop do you all have?
2)  Why did you choose this specific kind?
3)  What are the Pros about it?
4)  What are the Cons about it?
5)  What do you recommend for future 1L's?”

“What else do you all bring to class?  Does everyone bring (and use) their laptop to class to take notes?  Anything else?  Should I anticipate back problems? “

“I am interested in taping lectures.  What do you all think?

Also, what do you recommend?

And what do you do if the professor assigns you a seat to the back of the room or far from him?  Do you ask to be seated at the front so you can tape him?

Or there any special recorders that can tape from the back etc., and overcome noise made from your fellow students?”

“I have heard good things about it but what exactly is LEEWS?”

“Besides amazon & ebay, can you all recommend other sites I can buy cheap books (supplementals & books for law school)?”

To joshie,

I don't take criticism from a secretary. Do your job by getting me a coffee and answering my phones.


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Current Law Students / Re: Answers to all newbie questions
« on: May 02, 2005, 11:37:36 AM »
Joe-

He/she is a wanna-be law student and female private part!

hth

A -10 female private part! :D


Ok, what is up with all the newbie bashing?

Andrew created this part of LSD to be a forum for law students. A forum to ask questions about topics that we may be having trouble with, to post success stories, to vent about things we dislike about law school, and to socialize with other law students.

This was never intended to be an extension of the pre-law forum. That is what it has turned out to be. As soon as pre-laws get accepted, they move right over here and begin bothering us with innane questions. Yes, some questions are easy to answer and important to incoming 1L's. However, the same questions are asked on a daily basis. Identical threads clog up the boards. And then when someone gives an opinion that the testy pre-laws don't like, they become hostile. This is what I am bashing.

There are plenty of forums on the pre-law side of the house for these pre-laws to go after they have been accepted and ask any questions they may have. And there are plenty of law students who browse those boards looking to lend a helping hand to them. However, this board is for LAW STUDENTS, not soon to be law student. There is already a forum for them on the pre-law side. My point is, the pre-laws need to go back where they belong. Stop flooding our board and driving out regulars away.

Though many offended pre-laws have been loud in their opposition to me, I have received even more private e-mails from other law students who lurk and post frequently on this site.

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Current Law Students / Re: Answers to all newbie questions
« on: May 02, 2005, 10:20:31 AM »
That is f* hilarious!!  female private part University?? lol!!!!  I think she was rejected from there too though. ;D

Wait, I know what school you attend- female private part University, right?!  There ya go! You ARE in law school.   ;D

TO Joe:

You can tell me to leave this site. You can tell me that no one cares about my finals. You can be rude. You can call me a female private part, even though I am a guy. Yoiu can be aggressive and try to shout people down. All of that still does not change the fact that you are a loser. YOU GO TO THE WORST LAW SCHOOL IN AMERICA. For those of you who don't know, Joe is a 135 LSAT gettin', Cooley student, who was rejected by everyone else. Joe, just because you are bitter that you are the bottom of the barrel of the law school universe, don't put your frustrations off on me, because I am attending a REAL school.

TO Carrie:

From our responses to my posts, I assumed that I hit a little too close to home. So, I checked . . . and I was right. You are exactly the type of lemming that I was making fun of. Here's some highlights:

 “I know there was a thread on "how many hours do you study" but I'd like to know what everyone would advise for a first year law student?

For each class, can you advise?”

“How would you advise 1L students to "students" so to speak?

Would you recommend any books, etc., on study tactics, etc.?”

“I know this topic has been beaten to death.  But I'm trying really hard to decide what to get.
1)  What kind of laptop do you all have?
2)  Why did you choose this specific kind?
3)  What are the Pros about it?
4)  What are the Cons about it?
5)  What do you recommend for future 1L's?”

“What else do you all bring to class?  Does everyone bring (and use) their laptop to class to take notes?  Anything else?  Should I anticipate back problems? “

“I am interested in taping lectures.  What do you all think?

Also, what do you recommend?

And what do you do if the professor assigns you a seat to the back of the room or far from him?  Do you ask to be seated at the front so you can tape him?

Or there any special recorders that can tape from the back etc., and overcome noise made from your fellow students?”

“I have heard good things about it but what exactly is LEEWS?”

“Besides amazon & ebay, can you all recommend other sites I can buy cheap books (supplementals & books for law school)?”

To joshie,

I don't take criticism from a secretary. Do your job by getting me a coffee and answering my phones.


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Current Law Students / Re: Answers to all newbie questions
« on: May 02, 2005, 07:53:28 AM »
Make it a -7 now! ;D

Wow, a -6 reputation! Guess my post really struck a cord with the pre-laws. It is said that nothing hurts more than the TRUTH.

To the real law students, meaning the ones currently attending classes at a law school, glad I could insert some humor into the stress filled leadup to finals. I am off to study for K. 

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Current Law Students / Re: Downy's gone only for the moment.....
« on: May 01, 2005, 02:29:06 PM »
Judah,
Why you do pop up here once a month? You mean to tell me that Downy actually lets you out of your cage?   ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

bump :D

I have grown weary of your third tier toilerism, LF Joe & LF Carrie. Have fun at Cooley, loooooooooooooooooooooooooooo sers!

BUMP :D

Joe suck big donkey cock :D.

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Isn't that a little extreme?

I haven't heard any stories of law students committing suicide.  Though I'm sure it's happened!

Suicide?

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Current Law Students / Re: Answers to all newbie questions
« on: April 30, 2005, 04:55:55 PM »
Make it a -6!!! ;D

9 posts and a -5!!   You're really liked here NOW go away!

I don't see anything wrong with helping my daughter tie her shoelaces, either, because she struggles with it and I already know how. However, the difference between you and her is that she is five, while you are an adult. Sooner or later, I am going to have to stop tying them for her, if she is ever going to learn to do it herself. Someday, the same will happen for you.

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Current Law Students / Re: Answers to all newbie questions
« on: April 30, 2005, 02:22:18 PM »
Just don't even bother posting here female dog! :D

I don't see anything wrong with helping my daughter tie her shoelaces, either, because she struggles with it and I already know how. However, the difference between you and her is that she is five, while you are an adult. Sooner or later, I am going to have to stop tying them for her, if she is ever going to learn to do it herself. Someday, the same will happen for you.

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Current Law Students / Re: Microsoft Note?
« on: April 29, 2005, 06:20:23 PM »
Well thanks everyone for being so helpful! :-\

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