To the OP:
I seldom visit much less post on this forum, but your question got my attention. I'm going to ignore the accusations of flame and give you the benefit of the doubt, but if you are a flame, good job - you got me.
Anyways, I am of the opinion that you are not a douche, but you are someone who lacks perspective. Okay, I take that back: you got into HLS, so there's a good chance that you could be a douche, but that's pretty irrelevant to me right now. What's important is that you wake up and understand what the world is really like and that this reality is something that you weren't prepared for before your rejection from Yale. Get used to it, because it's going to keep coming at you like this.
One of the best ways for you to get this perspective is to take some time off between undergrad and law school, but you're in the tricky position of being admitted to HLS (which doesn't just hand out deferrals like candy like some of the other T6 do) and probably not having lined up something for next year yet. If you want to take a year off to explore something else and possibly reapply to Yale, then you will probably have to turn HLS down, as they will not automatically allow you to defer your acceptance (unless they already did, in which case the point is moot).
If Harvard does allow you to defer, you will be awaiting matriculation at HLS while applying to Yale this coming fall (or possibly later if you want to defer that much). This is going to be a problem, as every law school will ask on its application whether you're already holding a deferred acceptance from another law school. I cannot imagine that answering "yes" to this question would reflect well upon you in the eyes of the YLS admissions office.
I'm pretty sure you need to hear this next part since no one else here has said it to you. The bigger problem for you is if Harvard does not allow you to defer, thus forcing you to turn them down in order to have another shot at Yale. If you turn down Harvard this year, you run the serious risk of not being admitted in the future, as this will be noted by the admissions committee. Is the risk of not even getting HLS (which you already have in the bag) worth it to you in order to have another chance at tasting the ambrosia that is Yale? Only you can answer this question for yourself, but it seems from the general tone of the responses in this thread that you would be pretty damn crazy to throw away HLS for that.
Anyway, this is just another issue to consider. I'm sure that the perspective I'm talking about will come to you with time, whether you wait on law school or not. Sooner is probably better than later. In the interim, I do recommend just going to HLS and being happy with it. You seem like a smart enough kid, so if we end up in the same section come fall, we could even form a study group. Doesn't that make up for Yale already?