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PostHawk wrote:Knockglock wrote:PostHawk wrote:Ginj wrote:"A Lawyer Walks into a Bar". Watch it.
Is there anyplace I can watch this online for free?
If you have netflix it's on instant... if not you can probably download a torrent of it (though I in no way condone copyright infringement!)...
I love the part at the end... why does the California Bar insist on writing FAIL in big bold letters... they could try to let people off easy
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GMVarun wrote:If and win these actually materialize, you can make a more informed decision then. From my experience, UCLA is very open to negotiating. They gave me nothing at first, or very close to no money(3k/yr), but I was able to get a lot of money from them eventually.. if I remember correctly around 20k/yr. I didn't apply to USC so I don't what power that has in leverage, but they essentially matched my UT. UCLA was one of the few schools that actually also gave me need aid. You should apply broadly for this reason and show them once you get these financial awards from other schools. These sort of hypotheticals without actual offers and financial decisions are stupid though - how do you know what schools are going to accept you/what they give you, etc. These will all influence how much UCLA will give you.
With that said, I think the difference between UCLA and USC is not worth 70k, but that depends in part in your appetite for risk and your flexibility location wise.
Hilarious! I can not believe I stumbled on my own old thread and it actually materialized to my current situation! Talk about coincidence....prophesy anyone?