Ferrisjso wrote: cavalier1138 wrote:
Ferrisjso wrote:First off it wasnt just a landslide it was almost unanimous(and the only vote for AU admitted his vote wasnt guenine bur rather because he enjoyed pressing voting buttons). Point is
Its hard to say my advice here was "terrible" when almost everyone in the poll agreed with me. 21k total tuition at UCONN is a good outcome.
Honestly it's like talking (or typing) to a brick wall.
The point is that 14 or 15 people (last I checked, that's how many people had actually voted) is a very small number. So my question to you was, as you may be able to read in the post above yours
, why you think so many people have viewed this thread without voting? Do you think that it might, possibly, just maybe, in a million years, be because some people aren't going to vote for any of these options on the basis that they're all bad choices?
Right back at you:) Yeah if you think 7 a year at UCONN is a bad choice youre probably a really strong elitist. If the OP wants NY they should have applied to other schools but of these three theres a very clear choice here!
Yes, my desire to make sure that people actually have jobs as lawyers when they graduate law school is elitist. I'm so damn elitist.
You are so damn hung up on everyone going to school right now at this very minute
(that's projecting, by the way, so see someone about that) that you're ignoring your own reasoning. The OP should have
applied to NYC schools. The OP still can
apply to those schools for the next cycle.
Anyway, the point about the votes in the poll is clearly lost on you, since you haven't substantively responded to it. OP: go to UCONN if you don't want to have even a remote chance at doing what you said you want to do.