REALLY GOOD letter of rec.

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birD
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Re: REALLY GOOD letter of rec.

Postby birD » Wed Nov 10, 2010 3:42 pm

I am interested in public interest stuff, there is a battered women's shelter in the town I will be moving back to that I might have the opportunity to take over, also possibly get involved in politics. I definitely want some higher education degree, but a phd in American studies which I really want doesn't really serve any purpose in the real world. Plus my parents believe that my moms legal skills have been invaluable to my dad running his own business, which is something I will be doing for my husband.

why would I get a prenup if he's making the money?

I'm horrible at science so I can't be a optometrist.

I'm well aware life isn't easy bc I have been busting my ass the past 3.5 yrs at college to get a 3.9 GPA but thanks for the advice anyways.... If you work hard good things will come to you!

I wrote this post in may when I was freaking out about LS, why are we bringing this up now!?

I studied for a year to get a 159, I'm naturally not that smart I don't think I can do any better

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birD
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Re: REALLY GOOD letter of rec.

Postby birD » Wed Nov 10, 2010 3:44 pm

all this post was in the beginning was me freaking about I wouldn't get into northeastern bc of my crappy LSAT and wondering if a good LOR would help. no need to be mean to me!

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Re: REALLY GOOD letter of rec.

Postby paratactical » Wed Nov 10, 2010 3:44 pm

birD wrote:I am interested in public interest stuff, there is a battered women's shelter in the town I will be moving back to that I might have the opportunity to take over, also possibly get involved in politics. I definitely want some higher education degree, but a phd in American studies which I really want doesn't really serve any purpose in the real world. Plus my parents believe that my moms legal skills have been invaluable to my dad running his own business, which is something I will be doing for my husband.

why would I get a prenup if he's making the money?

I'm horrible at science so I can't be a optometrist.

I'm well aware life isn't easy bc I have been busting my ass the past 3.5 yrs at college to get a 3.9 GPA but thanks for the advice anyways.... If you work hard good things will come to you!

I wrote this post in may when I was freaking out about LS, why are we bringing this up now!?

I studied for a year to get a 159, I'm naturally not that smart I don't think I can do any better

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Those battered women would probably be better off without your help.

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Re: REALLY GOOD letter of rec.

Postby 4102011 » Wed Nov 10, 2010 3:45 pm

birD wrote:I am interested in public interest stuff, there is a battered women's shelter in the town I will be moving back to that I might have the opportunity to take over, also possibly get involved in politics. I definitely want some higher education degree, but a phd in American studies which I really want doesn't really serve any purpose in the real world. Plus my parents believe that my moms legal skills have been invaluable to my dad running his own business, which is something I will be doing for my husband.

why would I get a prenup if he's making the money?

I'm horrible at science so I can't be a optometrist.

I'm well aware life isn't easy bc I have been busting my ass the past 3.5 yrs at college to get a 3.9 GPA but thanks for the advice anyways.... If you work hard good things will come to you!

I wrote this post in may when I was freaking out about LS, why are we bringing this up now!?

I studied for a year to get a 159, I'm naturally not that smart I don't think I can do any better


:shock:

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Re: REALLY GOOD letter of rec.

Postby chup » Wed Nov 10, 2010 3:45 pm

/checks post dates.

OK, yeah wtf JazzOne?

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Re: REALLY GOOD letter of rec.

Postby Hedwig » Wed Nov 10, 2010 3:46 pm

birD wrote:I am interested in public interest stuff, there is a battered women's shelter in the town I will be moving back to that I might have the opportunity to take over, also possibly get involved in politics. I definitely want some higher education degree, but a phd in American studies which I really want doesn't really serve any purpose in the real world. Plus my parents believe that my moms legal skills have been invaluable to my dad running his own business, which is something I will be doing for my husband.

why would I get a prenup if he's making the money?

I'm horrible at science so I can't be a optometrist.

I'm well aware life isn't easy bc I have been busting my ass the past 3.5 yrs at college to get a 3.9 GPA but thanks for the advice anyways.... If you work hard good things will come to you!

I wrote this post in may when I was freaking out about LS, why are we bringing this up now!?

I studied for a year to get a 159, I'm naturally not that smart I don't think I can do any better


Um, so that if he leaves you, you aren't left destitute? It's your father's company (so kind of like your dowry), you want control over that, k.

I think people were being rude because of the uncontrolled flow of snottiness/bitchiness that flowed through your fingertips. Most people just say "OH MY GOD I GOT INTO X."

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Re: REALLY GOOD letter of rec.

Postby 4102011 » Wed Nov 10, 2010 3:46 pm

chup wrote:/checks post dates.

OK, yeah wtf JazzOne?

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Yeah I totally didn't notice that.

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Re: REALLY GOOD letter of rec.

Postby Hedwig » Wed Nov 10, 2010 3:47 pm

Yeah, but no one really cared about this thread until they read the OP's (Nov 10th) response except Jazzone.

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Re: REALLY GOOD letter of rec.

Postby Jack Smirks » Wed Nov 10, 2010 3:48 pm

birD wrote:I just found out I got into another LS so I can't really control the level of snotty/bitchiness coming out of my mouth right now, so sorry if I have thoroughly offended you.

Let me guess... New England School of Law?

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Re: REALLY GOOD letter of rec.

Postby birD » Wed Nov 10, 2010 3:49 pm

in the wise words of Dr. Dre "So fuck ya'll all of ya'll. If ya'll don't like me blow me."

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Re: REALLY GOOD letter of rec.

Postby chup » Wed Nov 10, 2010 3:50 pm

paratactical wrote:
birD wrote:I am interested in public interest stuff, there is a battered women's shelter in the town I will be moving back to that I might have the opportunity to take over, also possibly get involved in politics. I definitely want some higher education degree, but a phd in American studies which I really want doesn't really serve any purpose in the real world. Plus my parents believe that my moms legal skills have been invaluable to my dad running his own business, which is something I will be doing for my husband.

why would I get a prenup if he's making the money?

I'm horrible at science so I can't be a optometrist.

I'm well aware life isn't easy bc I have been busting my ass the past 3.5 yrs at college to get a 3.9 GPA but thanks for the advice anyways.... If you work hard good things will come to you!

I wrote this post in may when I was freaking out about LS, why are we bringing this up now!?

I studied for a year to get a 159, I'm naturally not that smart I don't think I can do any better

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Those battered women would probably be better off without your help.

Oh come on, the bolded parts of this post make her more level-headed and self-aware than 95% of the members of this site.

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Re: REALLY GOOD letter of rec.

Postby beleaguer » Wed Nov 10, 2010 3:57 pm

kind of an unnecessarily hostile mob mentality inspired from boredom..

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Re: REALLY GOOD letter of rec.

Postby JazzOne » Wed Nov 10, 2010 3:58 pm

I'm sorry OP. I read a more recent thread of yours, and I searched your post history. I didn't realize there was so much time between your posts. Didn't mean to stir up a hornets' nest. Haters gonna hate. Still, you should get a prenup. Yeah, your hubby will be working every day, but your parents are the ones who built a business for him to walk into. Anyway, it's none of our business. Good luck.




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