As for the tone-policing, Cavalier, you need it. Here are your SEVEN posts from the first page of this thread:
cavalier1138 wrote:Well, since you don't want to hear the correct advice, all anyone can say is to follow your dreams.
cavalier1138 wrote:Look, while everyone's here, I have a related question.
I'm going to go to Vegas and get super-rich. Should I do that playing the slots or the craps table? Positive responses only, please and thank you.
cavalier1138 wrote:If I were in your position, I wouldn't go to law school or I'd change my goals. You have done absolutely nothing to earn that arrogant, ignorant attitude, tiger.
cavalier1138 wrote:"It worked for me, so it can work for you!"
-Literally every shitty motivational speaker
You got a good outcome. Congrats. You were extremely lucky, and if you went in with a biglaw-or-bust mentality, you were extremely dumb.
cavalier1138 wrote:Follow your dreams! (Is that better?)
cavalier1138 wrote:Finally! Someone who will give me a straight answer to my question. What should I play to win my fortune in Vegas: slots or craps? Don't tell me that this is a stupid plan, because I don't want to hear it. I've given you two options, and you must respond with one of them. I eagerly await your answer.
cavalier1138 wrote:How is that helpful?
If you think the OP is making a bad decision either way, then it isn't helpful to tell them to take either option. If the OP wants to be monumentally arrogant (and yes, that's what going to Hofstra with the plan of "killing it" is), that's their choice. No one else has to encourage that.
You posted seven times on one page simply to berate, insult, or condescend the OP for not following your advice or the people who offered encourage to the OP. That's just childish, dude. There's no reason to take it so personally.