Opera goes to Penn Station in search of Rankings!

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Dacos
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Re: Opera goes to Penn Station in search of Rankings!

Postby Dacos » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:53 am

swheat wrote:Anyone posted 55-100 yet?


No. Hopefully TLS can be the first to post hte full top 100 rankings

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Re: Opera goes to Penn Station in search of Rankings!

Postby perconte1 » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:53 am

wow WAY TO GO RUNNIN REBS!!!

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Re: Opera goes to Penn Station in search of Rankings!

Postby superflush » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:53 am

coolkatz321 wrote:That "fake" must have been an early edition, or something. It's way too accurate to be anything else.


Yea, it was really close.

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Re: Opera goes to Penn Station in search of Rankings!

Postby BobDole34 » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:53 am

sporkdevil wrote:Attn: Opera, your late night taxi ride is now mentioned on the critical badger!

http://thecriticalbadger.wordpress.com/2009/04/20/critical-badger-ftw/

"Critical Badger, FTW!
Jump to Comments

After much debate around the series of tubes we call the Internets, it has been confirmed that I got the US News and World Report rankings correct for 2010. My source reigns supreme. First on the Internet!
It led to massive hits on this site and mild hysteria throughout some legal websites. Forums debated its truthiness, along with my commenters, sparking an online forum dedicated to law schools to actually pay someone to go to Penn State in NYC at midnight and pick up the first copy. A member of that website forwarded me their thread, which is hysterical, because they were apparently in a race with another online forum to get the first copy. See the proof/absurdity here."


LOL @ Penn State. The guy just edited his blog post though.



"It led to massive hits on this site and mild hysteria throughout some legal websites. People debated its truthiness, along with my commenters, sparking an online forum dedicated to law schools to actually pay someone for time spent taking a cab over to Penn Station in NYC at midnight and pick up the first copy. A member of that website forwarded me their thread, which is hysterical, because they were apparently in a race with another online forum to get the first copy. See the proof/absurdity here."

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Re: Opera goes to Penn Station in search of Rankings!

Postby chadstew55 » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:53 am

rbgrocio wrote:I want to see the entire rankings!!!

1st page

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Re: Opera goes to Penn Station in search of Rankings!

Postby Jones, Dow » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:54 am

geoffree wrote:
coolkatz321 wrote:
sporkdevil wrote:Much much thanks to Opera, geoanthem, and of course Ken. It's time to pour some liquor (I think good or bad, we should all agree).

But I love this thread so much, I'm going to start a fire, turn on some Luther Vandross, and make sweet sweet love to this thread.

I still can't believe this has actually happened :lol:


And MANDELBAUM. Without him, none of this would have been possible.


It's like this:

Ken > Mandelbaum > OperaSoprano > All Us crazies with nothing better to do


no no no switch mandel and opera. mandel was about 4 bucks away from that spot, but he didn't produce like opera. props to mandel, though.

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Re: Opera goes to Penn Station in search of Rankings!

Postby RATRATRAT » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:54 am

LSU at 75--nice big jump for them

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Re: Opera goes to Penn Station in search of Rankings!

Postby geoanthem » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:54 am

Opera what comes before and after Tennesee, I think we missed it

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Re: Opera goes to Penn Station in search of Rankings!

Postby snotrocket » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:54 am

Scans please. The partial of the page on the OP looks pretty different from the "scoop" that badger posted. We need photographic evidence of whether what badger got was the real deal or just an absurdly lucky fake.

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Re: Opera goes to Penn Station in search of Rankings!

Postby OperaSoprano » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:54 am

85. Santa Clara
85. SUNY-Buff
87. DePaul
87. Indiana-Indianapolis
87. Loyola Chicago
87. Marquette
87. Rutgers Newark (Ouch! That has got to hurt)
87. St. John's
87. South Carolina

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Re: Opera goes to Penn Station in search of Rankings!

Postby redsox8105 » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:55 am

Hey, nice to see Pitt crept up... a little. Where's that bounceback I've seen predicted? Richmond took a bit of a tumble.

Nothing like a rankings leak to bring out my inner rankings whore... le sigh.

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Re: Opera goes to Penn Station in search of Rankings!

Postby doyleoil » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:55 am

good lord look at the cf of ties - at 30, 77, and 87, to name only a few

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Re: Opera goes to Penn Station in search of Rankings!

Postby danielfgator » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:55 am

Not for nothing, but there are a couple discrepancies between the list Mandelbaum posted and the one OS and Geo posted.

Mandel has Penn and Michigan tied at 8th and UT/UCLA tied at 15th.
Geo posted Penn at 8th, Umich at 9th and UCLA 15th and UT 16th.

I believe Mandelbaum saw the list and tried to trick us for some reason.... Just saying.

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Re: Opera goes to Penn Station in search of Rankings!

Postby rbgrocio » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:55 am

chadstew55 wrote:
rbgrocio wrote:I want to see the entire rankings!!!

1st page



I meant T3 and T4 included.

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Re: Opera goes to Penn Station in search of Rankings!

Postby perconte1 » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:56 am

redsox8105 wrote:Hey, nice to see Pitt crept up... a little. Where's that bounceback I've seen predicted? Richmond took a bit of a tumble.

Nothing like a rankings leak to bring out my inner rankings whore... le sigh.


HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHHAHA!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: Opera goes to Penn Station in search of Rankings!

Postby sf87 » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:56 am

wow Buffalo moved up a lot

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Re: Opera goes to Penn Station in search of Rankings!

Postby jpasqu1 » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:56 am

OperaSoprano wrote:85. Santa Clara
85. SUNY-Buff
87. DePaul
87. Indiana-Indianapolis
87. Loyola Chicago
87. Marquette
87. Rutgers Newark (Ouch! That has got to hurt)

87. St. John's
87. South Carolina


+1

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Re: Opera goes to Penn Station in search of Rankings!

Postby afterglow99 » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:56 am

wtf Rutgers in the 80s...they outplace Cardozo in biglaw for 1/2 tuition

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Re: Opera goes to Penn Station in search of Rankings!

Postby Colton » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:56 am

Penn State, wow.

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Re: Opera goes to Penn Station in search of Rankings!

Postby jcwilsn1 » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:56 am

redsox8105 wrote:Hey, nice to see Pitt crept up... a little. Where's that bounceback I've seen predicted? Richmond took a bit of a tumble.

Nothing like a rankings leak to bring out my inner rankings whore... le sigh.


When PSU moved up 13 spots and other huge 15 spot moves from other schools, 2 points is more of a fluke than a concentrated effort to move up.

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Re: Opera goes to Penn Station in search of Rankings!

Postby danielfgator » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:57 am

chadstew55 wrote:When you get a minute, can you tell us what Cornell's GPA 25-75 was, just out of curiosity?


LOL.

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Re: Opera goes to Penn Station in search of Rankings!

Postby coolkatz321 » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:57 am

UP YOURS SYRACUSE!!!! UB = +15, AT #85!!!

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Re: Opera goes to Penn Station in search of Rankings!

Postby skiingimpy » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:57 am

Man, it's a good thing Denver popped up a bunch, otherwise I woulda felt like an ass staying up til 2 am.

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Re: Opera goes to Penn Station in search of Rankings!

Postby stanstanstanstanstan » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:58 am

Indiana University - Indianapolis falls 19?!

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Re: Opera goes to Penn Station in search of Rankings!

Postby chadstew55 » Mon Apr 20, 2009 1:58 am

danielfgator wrote:
chadstew55 wrote:When you get a minute, can you tell us what Cornell's GPA 25-75 was, just out of curiosity?


LOL.

lol why is that funny?




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