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Postby HopefullyLaw » Tue Aug 10, 2010 10:36 pm

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1. Gibberish 166 up, 50 down

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1.Total nonsense talk, unintelligible or foreign language. 2.Communication using various noises, illegitimate words, nonsense or sounds. 3. Sentence, phrase or general communication not making sense, sometimes induced by several days of smoking crack or other substance.
1.Crack-heads all speak gibberish. 2.John Howard talks gibberish. 3.Drug loving hippies bopping down in a stone bearded trippywobble.
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rhyming it with d's and g's after each syllable
hi-da-guy how-da-gow ar-da-gare you-da-goo?? == Hi how are you
gi-da-gib-ber-da-ger-i-da-gish ==gibberish
sa-da-ga ra-da-ga= sara
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n. a nonsense language based on english that an infamous serial killer in the 1960s invented to help torture his victims
Idagi lidagike tidagoo spidageak gidagibidageridagish- I like to speak gibberish
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the definition for gibberish is when two or more persons engage in a conversation which makes absolutely no fucking sense
dj Phanta-C: I was rowing my boat down the street when I ran into a penguin who was riding a dirt bike in circles cause he dropped his pocket
michelle: yes i also seen the penguin in miami at disneyworld where he took me to breakfast that night and we flew around iowa in a garbage truck eating scarecrows for dinner
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1. Unintelligible small talk that inexplicably attracts members of the opposite sex.
2. A word or phrase, spoken or written by Ian. Spelled wrong if written.
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2. I couldn't understand that email because it was all gibberish.
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When rappers make up words to ensure that their lyrics rhyme.
Jackie Mac says whats up playa?
Badtomsmullet said 'yeah i be muvaya'

see, 'muvaya' is not actually a word.
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The native language of urbandictionary.com. Contains words that make no sense.
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(Translation: Good god, what language art thou speaking?)
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Re: Please Offer Constructive Criticism - Personal Statement

Postby OrdinarilySkilled » Tue Aug 10, 2010 10:41 pm

It's a well written story, but like you said, I don't know how that has anything to do with you individually being a good candidate for law school.

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Re: Please Offer Constructive Criticism - Personal Statement

Postby CanadianWolf » Tue Aug 10, 2010 11:14 pm

This was difficult to read. Somewhat confusing. Too many words for too little substance. Your essay needs to be streamlined & presented in a more organized manner. A bit repetitious. Overall, in its present form, this personal statement may harm your chances of admission to law school because it shows a lack of clarity of thought.
Seems more like a freshman paper submitted during the first semester of college than it does a personal statement for law school. And I am not sure whether this was a college essay for political science or religion.
I apologize for being harsh. Maybe others will have a different opinion.
In short, I understand what you wanted to say, I just don't like how you said it.

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Re: Please Offer Constructive Criticism - Personal Statement

Postby 2807 » Tue Aug 10, 2010 11:32 pm

Ok. I read it. The message of what you learned is there, but I feel like I have to assume it. maybe you need to be blunt: "I did this"-- "They said this" --"I did this in return"-- "we all agreed to disagree and learned a good civics lesson"...

"because of this real-world experience and interaction with civil rights and discourse, I gained inspiration to pursue a career in law that allows me to study, advocate, and champion the same opportunity for others. This hate-filled event could have been troubling, yet contrastingly and surprisingly, it afforded me a terrific learning experience and the focus and the drive that now defines me."

Oh, you can pay me later for that ending.....

you're welcome. :)
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Re: Please Offer Constructive Criticism - Personal Statement

Postby CanadianWolf » Tue Aug 10, 2010 11:39 pm

Constructive criticism: You have two opening lines ("...unsure what to expect" & "On a cool morning") neither of which are very strong.

The Madison quote does little to help your essay. Seems as weak as your two openings.

Consider writing on a different topic that does not involve quoting another. Just share your thoughts.

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