Berkeley vs. Columbia

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Re: Berkeley vs. Columbia

Postby $1.99 » Thu Feb 25, 2010 6:13 pm

MVP=phillip rivers (wins insignificant playoff games but never the big games), DNCG=tony romo (gets to the playoffs but always loses miserably)

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Re: Berkeley vs. Columbia

Postby $1.99 » Thu Feb 25, 2010 6:14 pm

kurt warner still won the superbowl, i am talking about qb quality at their peak.

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Re: Berkeley vs. Columbia

Postby BioEBear2010 » Thu Feb 25, 2010 6:15 pm

Boalt should be Brett Favre. Gets better with the years :D

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Re: Berkeley vs. Columbia

Postby kittenmittons » Thu Feb 25, 2010 6:16 pm

APimpNamedSlickback wrote:
$1.99 wrote:lol that wasn't my intention at all, HYS ruled all since the 1990s. HYS = Payton Manning, CCN = kurt warner, Boalt = [strike]mike vick[/strike] ryan leaf


overrated fail that hails from out west. i think this is a better fit.

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Re: Berkeley vs. Columbia

Postby $1.99 » Thu Feb 25, 2010 6:16 pm

lol you mean annoying every year because he thinks he is better than he actually is?

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Re: Berkeley vs. Columbia

Postby Dignan » Thu Feb 25, 2010 7:31 pm

$1.99 wrote:kurt warner still won the superbowl, i am talking about qb quality at their peak.

But I thought the whole point was to talk about 2nd and 3rd string quarterbacks who won a superbowl. Kurt Warner started the 1998 year as a 3rd string quarterback. I mean, once a 3rd string quarterback takes over a team and leads it to a super bowl, then he's basically no longer a 3rd string quarterback, reductio ad absurdum.

This whole law school/quarterback analogy was strained to begin with, but now it's completely broken down.

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Re: Berkeley vs. Columbia

Postby Kronk » Thu Feb 25, 2010 7:35 pm

$1.99 wrote:lol you mean annoying every year because he thinks he is better than he actually is?


Better into academia last year than Chicago, Columbia, or NYU. hth

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Re: Berkeley vs. Columbia

Postby fortissimo » Thu Feb 25, 2010 7:43 pm

kittenmittons wrote:Flame?


Yes, probably a Kronk alt.

I didn't know the Butler was 76k...I thought it was 10k/year..(f)lame.

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Re: Berkeley vs. Columbia

Postby crackberry » Thu Feb 25, 2010 7:45 pm

Kronk wrote:
$1.99 wrote:lol you mean annoying every year because he thinks he is better than he actually is?


Better into academia last year than Chicago, Columbia, or NYU. hth

You are so fickle.

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Re: Berkeley vs. Columbia

Postby Kronk » Thu Feb 25, 2010 7:45 pm

fortissimo wrote:
kittenmittons wrote:Flame?


Yes, probably a Kronk alt.

I didn't know the Butler was 76k...I thought it was 10k/year..(f)lame.


UniversiTTTy of Michigan students don't belong in a conversation about their superiors, hth.

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Re: Berkeley vs. Columbia

Postby fortissimo » Thu Feb 25, 2010 7:48 pm

Kronk wrote:
fortissimo wrote:
kittenmittons wrote:Flame?


Yes, probably a Kronk alt.

I didn't know the Butler was 76k...I thought it was 10k/year..(f)lame.


UniversiTTTy of Michigan students don't belong in a conversation about their superiors, hth.


Superior(s)? Columbia, I'll give you that much, but I don't see a discussion about Chicago or HYS in this thread. Half the people at Boalttt don't even know what "IQ" means. :roll:

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Re: Berkeley vs. Columbia

Postby Kronk » Thu Feb 25, 2010 7:56 pm

fortissimo wrote:Superior(s)? Columbia, I'll give you that much, but I don't see a discussion about Chicago or HYS in this thread. Half the people at Boalttt don't even know what "IQ" means. :roll:


Have the people at Michigan can't properly pronounce vowels. hth

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Re: Berkeley vs. Columbia

Postby crackberry » Thu Feb 25, 2010 7:58 pm

Kronk wrote:
fortissimo wrote:Superior(s)? Columbia, I'll give you that much, but I don't see a discussion about Chicago or HYS in this thread. Half the people at Boalttt don't even know what "IQ" means. :roll:


Have the people at Michigan can't properly pronounce vowels. hth

I can't figure out if this was intentional or not.

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Re: Berkeley vs. Columbia

Postby fortissimo » Thu Feb 25, 2010 7:58 pm

Kronk wrote:
fortissimo wrote:Superior(s)? Columbia, I'll give you that much, but I don't see a discussion about Chicago or HYS in this thread. Half the people at Boalttt don't even know what "IQ" means. :roll:


Have the people at Michigan can't properly pronounce vowels. hth


"Have" lol. Are you a LSAT retaker?
80% of the people are from out of state, and out of those most are from new york (probably most common) and california...I guess they do have horrible accents.

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Re: Berkeley vs. Columbia

Postby Kronk » Thu Feb 25, 2010 7:59 pm

crackberry wrote:
Kronk wrote:
fortissimo wrote:Superior(s)? Columbia, I'll give you that much, but I don't see a discussion about Chicago or HYS in this thread. Half the people at Boalttt don't even know what "IQ" means. :roll:


Have the people at Michigan can't properly pronounce vowels. hth

I can't figure out if this was intentional or not.


No I'm just fairly unintelligent when posting on the internet. Nearly incoherent. But thanks for immortalizing that post.

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Re: Berkeley vs. Columbia

Postby Kronk » Thu Feb 25, 2010 8:01 pm

fortissimo wrote:
Kronk wrote:
fortissimo wrote:Superior(s)? Columbia, I'll give you that much, but I don't see a discussion about Chicago or HYS in this thread. Half the people at Boalttt don't even know what "IQ" means. :roll:


Have the people at Michigan can't properly pronounce vowels. hth


"Have" lol. Are you a LSAT retaker?
80% of the people are from out of state, and out of those most are from new york (probably most common) and california...I guess they do have horrible accents.


The 20% you're leaving out is by far the worst. Midwestern accents make women have unquenchable appetites for weeks on end and do the whole world a large disservice.

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Re: Berkeley vs. Columbia

Postby fortissimo » Thu Feb 25, 2010 8:02 pm

Kronk wrote:
fortissimo wrote:
Kronk wrote:
fortissimo wrote:Superior(s)? Columbia, I'll give you that much, but I don't see a discussion about Chicago or HYS in this thread. Half the people at Boalttt don't even know what "IQ" means. :roll:


Have the people at Michigan can't properly pronounce vowels. hth


"Have" lol. Are you a LSAT retaker?
80% of the people are from out of state, and out of those most are from new york (probably most common) and california...I guess they do have horrible accents.


The 20% you're leaving out is by far the worst. Midwestern accents make women have unquenchable appetites for weeks on end and do the whole world a large disservice.


Not from the midwest but I haven't noticed it at all. I think the Jersey/Southern accents are the worst.

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Re: Berkeley vs. Columbia

Postby Kronk » Thu Feb 25, 2010 8:03 pm

fortissimo wrote:Not from the midwest but I haven't noticed it at all. I think the Jersey/Southern accents are the worst.


Eh that might be credited.

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Re: Berkeley vs. Columbia

Postby fortissimo » Thu Feb 25, 2010 8:05 pm

Kronk wrote:
fortissimo wrote:Not from the midwest but I haven't noticed it at all. I think the Jersey/Southern accents are the worst.


Eh that might be credited.


South is the worst region in all ways (weather, accents, culture).
Bostonian accent is also annoying, as well as all the "engrish" accents you hear in Cali (going to get crap for this).

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Re: Berkeley vs. Columbia

Postby Kronk » Thu Feb 25, 2010 8:06 pm

fortissimo wrote:
Kronk wrote:
fortissimo wrote:Not from the midwest but I haven't noticed it at all. I think the Jersey/Southern accents are the worst.


Eh that might be credited.


South is the worst region in all ways (weather, accents, culture).
Bostonian accent is also annoying, as well as all the "engrish" accents you hear in Cali.


I don't mind furrener accents in CA but the South is pretty bad. I can't say I prefer the weather of the midwest or the northeast though. We can probably all admit that Colorado is the greatest region on the planet--devoid of accents, 290 days of sunlight, skiing, mountain biking, etc.

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Re: Berkeley vs. Columbia

Postby Kronk » Thu Feb 25, 2010 8:08 pm

This seemed appropriate:

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Re: Berkeley vs. Columbia

Postby fortissimo » Thu Feb 25, 2010 8:09 pm

Kronk wrote:
fortissimo wrote:
Kronk wrote:
fortissimo wrote:Not from the midwest but I haven't noticed it at all. I think the Jersey/Southern accents are the worst.


Eh that might be credited.


South is the worst region in all ways (weather, accents, culture).
Bostonian accent is also annoying, as well as all the "engrish" accents you hear in Cali.


I don't mind furrener accents in CA but the South is pretty bad. I can't say I prefer the weather of the midwest or the northeast though. We can probably all admit that Colorado is the greatest region on the planet--devoid of accents, 290 days of sunlight, skiing, mountain biking, etc.


ehhhh, Washington and Oregon are far above and beyond everywhere else. The Midwest/NE aren't nearly as humid as the South, and humidity is what makes it unbearable. Engrish is annoying when over half the people in the area speak it.

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Re: Berkeley vs. Columbia

Postby Kronk » Thu Feb 25, 2010 8:10 pm

Washington and Oregon??? Maybe if you like 150 days of sunlight and high suicide rates.

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Re: Berkeley vs. Columbia

Postby fortissimo » Thu Feb 25, 2010 8:13 pm

Kronk wrote:Washington and Oregon??? Maybe if you like 150 days of sunlight and high suicide rates.



http://money.cnn.com/galleries/2008/fsb ... index.html

Bellevue, WA - best place to live in America.

Portland - #6

Seattle was voted best city in another rankings list which I am too lazy to look up.

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Re: Berkeley vs. Columbia

Postby crackberry » Thu Feb 25, 2010 8:15 pm

Too much rain until you get east of the Cascades and there are no cities over there. Bend, OR, is pretty cool but too small.




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