Cornell Law School 2011

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LeahNic
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Re: Cornell Law School 2011

Postby LeahNic » Sat Aug 30, 2008 12:59 pm

I think that's the plan. that's where I plan to be at 8. I noticed they have a live band playing there at 10 with $5 admission so hopefully getting there at 8 means we dont have to pay that.

Do they have outside seating?

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Re: Cornell Law School 2011

Postby fsohn » Sat Aug 30, 2008 1:07 pm

They don't have outdoor seating.

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CampbellRh
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Re: Cornell Law School 2011

Postby CampbellRh » Sat Aug 30, 2008 7:56 pm

I'm not going to make it guys :( x 347

I lost track of time and need to work on my time management skills with regards to my work.
I might make it out later tonight-hopefully I'll see some of you if I do!

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Re: Cornell Law School 2011

Postby kn6542 » Sun Aug 31, 2008 1:38 am

joonbug wrote:Okay, rather than beating around the bush, I'll throw a proposition out there.

Saturday night at B bar (time to be decided based on people's convenience).

Are people okay with that? Let's talk substance.

Where the hell were you? And why don't you answer your phone?

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Re: Cornell Law School 2011

Postby reverie » Sun Aug 31, 2008 1:55 am

gahh totally didn't make it either... went out to dinner and wound up waiting forever for a table... (20 minute wait really means an hour and 20 minutes) didn't get back till about 10:15ish :?

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Re: Cornell Law School 2011

Postby retasu » Sun Aug 31, 2008 9:28 am

Sorry, didn't make it either! When's the next time?

In other news, the food at Madeleine's in the Commons is pretty good. AMAZING desserts.
But with my loans I can now afford to eat there only once a year. I miss being employed. :cry:

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Re: Cornell Law School 2011

Postby joonbug » Sun Aug 31, 2008 9:41 am

kn6542 wrote:
joonbug wrote:Okay, rather than beating around the bush, I'll throw a proposition out there.

Saturday night at B bar (time to be decided based on people's convenience).

Are people okay with that? Let's talk substance.

Where the hell were you? And why don't you answer your phone?


I slept through it. lol. 5 hours nap ftw.

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Re: Cornell Law School 2011

Postby woeisme » Sun Aug 31, 2008 11:20 am

joonbug wrote:
I slept through it. lol. 5 hours nap ftw.


I slept through it. lol. 5 hours nap ftl.

Fixed. 8)

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Re: Cornell Law School 2011

Postby underdawg » Mon Sep 01, 2008 4:01 pm

hey joon, are there any good korean restaurants in the village? or do i have to trek it up to k-town?

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Re: Cornell Law School 2011

Postby joonbug » Mon Sep 01, 2008 6:47 pm

UD: It's not easy to eat Korean food in the village, or in NYC generally.

Ones around village aren't that good, and they are terribly overpriced (like $15 bibimbop, onward). If you must choose one, I walked to a place on 8th street and 1st Ave. They had a decent food.

Ktown is expensive too, but the price is around the same as the ones in the village. So what I did was save up for a month or so and go treat myself to good korean food in Ktown instead of wasting money on the village "korean" food.

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Re: Cornell Law School 2011

Postby kn6542 » Mon Sep 01, 2008 7:30 pm

Joon, I found a store that stocks all things kimchi up at "Bishop's Small Mall" near triphammer mall. They told me to say hi to all the Kims in my class.

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Re: Cornell Law School 2011

Postby joonbug » Mon Sep 01, 2008 10:48 pm

Wow, thanks, Kn! I needed that.

The name of the shop is so unkorean and thus so inconspicuous. I would have never known that the holy food exists at such place.

Oh and the class of 2011 has like 4-5 Kims, I think.
Hrm...

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Re: Cornell Law School 2011

Postby kn6542 » Mon Sep 01, 2008 10:59 pm

joonbug wrote:Wow, thanks, Kn! I needed that.

The name of the shop is so unkorean and thus so inconspicuous. I would have never known that the holy food exists at such place.


Well, I don't know enough about what goes into Korean food to know if it's really that great, but it seemed to be pretty comprehensive to me.

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Re: Cornell Law School 2011

Postby fsohn » Mon Sep 01, 2008 11:49 pm

What's the bus that goes out there? I need to do some grocery shopping this weekend as it is, and I might as well get something that reminds me of my mom's (and to a lesser extent, my grandma's) excellent Korean food.

And Joon, $15 for bibimbop? Really??

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Re: Cornell Law School 2011

Postby underdawg » Mon Sep 01, 2008 11:56 pm

i found a place in the village that has a decent one for $7...it's not a restaurant though, more of just a grocery store w/ a few premade meals

not nearly enough ko-chujang though. the white people probably complained there was too much :roll:

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Re: Cornell Law School 2011

Postby awesomepossum » Tue Sep 02, 2008 12:01 am

Best japanese food in ithaca: Plum tree/ Sushi Sake. The same owner but sushi/sake is a little more upscale. The other place that I can't remember the name of isn't as good and is friggin expensive.

Korean food: Coco is probably best overall. The food might be better at 4 seasons but many people find the smell/lack of cleanliness to be oppressive. Some people like Asian Cuisine downtown too.

Random best restaurants:

John Thomas: ridonculously good steak.....ridonculously expensive and a little far (near Ithaca College)

Just a taste: best food in ithaca overall.

Maxies: great cajun food.... nice seafood if you like oysters and shrimp.

Madelines: best desert.

Best Indian: Diamonds (downtown). The dinner menu at Sangham's is good but the buffet at Diamonds is better.

Best food on campus: Banfi's.

Best food on campus (affordable) = the terrace at the hotel.

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Re: Cornell Law School 2011

Postby gravity » Tue Sep 02, 2008 12:37 am

awesomepossum wrote:Best japanese food in ithaca: Plum tree/ Sushi Sake. The same owner but sushi/sake is a little more upscale. The other place that I can't remember the name of isn't as good and is friggin expensive.

Korean food: Coco is probably best overall. The food might be better at 4 seasons but many people find the smell/lack of cleanliness to be oppressive. Some people like Asian Cuisine downtown too.

Random best restaurants:

John Thomas: ridonculously good steak.....ridonculously expensive and a little far (near Ithaca College)

Just a taste: best food in ithaca overall.

Maxies: great cajun food.... nice seafood if you like oysters and shrimp.

Madelines: best desert.

Best Indian: Diamonds (downtown). The dinner menu at Sangham's is good but the buffet at Diamonds is better.

Best food on campus: Banfi's.

Best food on campus (affordable) = the terrace at the hotel.

wow.............. this is awesome
thanks possum

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Re: Cornell Law School 2011

Postby gravity » Tue Sep 02, 2008 12:38 am

fsohn wrote:What's the bus that goes out there? I need to do some grocery shopping this weekend as it is, and I might as well get something that reminds me of my mom's (and to a lesser extent, my grandma's) excellent Korean food.

And Joon, $15 for bibimbop? Really??

30 will take you up there
it stops @ college & dryden

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Re: Cornell Law School 2011

Postby joonbug » Tue Sep 02, 2008 12:47 pm

awesomepossum, why haven't u said hi to me?
fsohn wrote:And Joon, $15 for bibimbop? Really??


Yup. and they are not even that good. they put broccoli and some other weird veggies which you are not supposed to put in.

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Re: Cornell Law School 2011

Postby neskerdoo » Tue Sep 02, 2008 1:01 pm

joonbug: awesomepossum left this dreary winterland for the balmy climes of Ann Arbor

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Re: Cornell Law School 2011

Postby LeahNic » Sun Sep 07, 2008 12:40 am

nesker-- i think you killed our thread.

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gravity
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Re: Cornell Law School 2011

Postby gravity » Sun Sep 07, 2008 10:18 am

lol
let's bring it back alive

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kn6542
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Re: Cornell Law School 2011

Postby kn6542 » Sun Sep 07, 2008 5:34 pm

gravity wrote:lol
let's bring it back alive

Yeah, let's talk about whether the unconstitutionality of the vietnam war is a justiciable issue. That'll bring us all out of hiding. :?

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Re: Cornell Law School 2011

Postby woeisme » Sun Sep 07, 2008 5:36 pm

neskerdoo wrote:joonbug: awesomepossum left these balmy climes for the dreary winterland of Ann Arbor


Fixed. :mrgreen:

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Re: Cornell Law School 2011

Postby kn6542 » Mon Sep 08, 2008 10:54 pm

bump.

It's (finally) going to rain tomorrow.




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