In American life, some people will have monetary advantages over you--if you don't like that, find a more egalitarian country. Wealthier people will have a leg up on you academically, will not have to be nice in order to have friends (they can just throw a party and people will be friends with them), will find it easier to lure attractive members of the opposite sex into their beds, and will generally not have the same day to day worries as you.
But I can tell you from having grown up under communism, that egalitarianism definitely a whole lot less fun: instead of a country with winners and losers, everyone got the default card of being a loser and there was nothing you could do about it.
I moved to America so that one day I could be a winner. Remove the stick from your ass and compete.
Remove the stick from your ass and compete ... what do you think I'm doing ? If competing isn't what I'm doing I don't know what is. If I wanted everything to be equal why would I even want to get into law school in the first place ?
Oh and whoever said I'm unaware of memes, I clearly posted in the first page recognition of the u mad meme, and you're unaware different forums use different multiquote features ... seriously, don't be an idiot. Read the thread.
To the rest who replied: thanks for the concern about my attitude but it's pretty obvious most of you take pleasure in condescending just for the sake of it. I mean it's easy to see why people would be so self righteous on a law forum but I really, truly don't care what you have to say. Again you can keep on typing and I can keep on letting you bump my thread, it works well for me this way.