fats provolone wrote:wtf is this thread
p sure it's about a television program on the FX network
UnderTheLaw wrote:All that is left of Louie
http://lawschoolnumbers.com/louierodriguez looks like a 160 in December
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sBDk5hFsjyw fast forward to 3:30 if you chose not to watch the whole thing.
Last I heard he got an email from Vandy, applied, and wrote some essays in an effort for a full ride. Also, his interview at Northwestern was rumored to have gone well. Said he's been communicating with Michigan more than anybody though. He likes the idea of NYU and an email they sent in response to one of his inquiries showed signs of hope. I think we should all expect the unexpected with this guy.
I heard he might be taking a job in Alaska before he starts up law school. Something about a National Park... Said it was his last big adventure of his youth. He also said that if you ever need a lawyer to give him a call or that if you're suffering to find work ten years down the road he'll probably help you if he is in a situation to do so.
Also, he told me to tell you all that he misses you all. He said that he learned a lot from everybody. Said there was the occasional person who just... you know... was of typical internet rudeness... but for the most part really enjoyed learning from everyone... I'll be sure to let you know where he ends up going to school.
As for what he's doing now... he mostly spends his days out on his road bike, experiments with a vegetarian diet, and occasionally enjoys a cold cider. He's looking forward to Suits returning on January 28 and has just recently taken an interest in Orange is the New Black. He hopes to one day share classes with some of you!
In conclusion, he hopes that you will find your way to a movie theatre to watch the movie Unbroken. To an extent he sees his LSAT career and many other aspects of his personal life to be somewhat similar to that of Louie Zamperini.
oh, and he really hopes to get into Harvard! He did apply. Said he'll frame his rejection letter if he gets one as a constant reminder to work harder.
A guy who knew louie