I have to admit I have enjoyed reading everyone's comments. I find discord to be a better teacher than concord and appreciate this debate, which I never intended to spark. I apologize for being slow to respond and join the fray. My delayed response is because I am working on more content for the site and soon I am happy to say that detailed profiles of 7 more law schools will soon be added.
Admittedly, I have not written a profile on Southern University Law Center yet (I do hope to have profiles on every law school within the next year). Thus, I was ignorant of its idealistic and worthy origins. I was merely providing empirical data on what are objectively the 5 easiest law schools at which to gain admissions.
I am sorry if I offended anyone as this was not my intent. I can handle any criticism, which was very mild, as I seek feedback in all that I do in life.
Perhaps some who may not be familiar with me (I regret that I have not posted as much lately due to beating cancer and now refocusing on building content) may not know where I am coming from, but please note that I have everyone's best interest at heart and hope this site has been a resource. Note that there are very few ads on here as this site is a labor of love to assist with the very important decision of where to best attend law school. What little money the ads bring in I am funneling back to the site to pay site readers to help me writing more content.
I have tried to convey an attitude of optimism and cooperation to this site in what can otherwise be an adversarial and competitive process of getting admitted. Admittedly, the community feeling of TLS is less now that the site is as large as LSD (based on current traffic, their forum is more established), but I still think the ethos of helping others is prevalent. If you see those who do not abide to this mindset it is up to us to self-regulate and PM that person.
I know LSD has its own AA forum and having a distinct forum to discuss this sometimes contentious issues has advantages. But I choose not to as I feel a dialog of free minds debating back and forth is more conducive to discourse and growth. No one evolves by simply being with those with similar mindsets, for it is diversity of thought that sparks growth. As I mentioned, I enjoyed this dialog and while some could say I was initially insensitive or that Pithy was being hypersensitive, there is no objectively right answer, but the debate was illuminating (and funny at times such as the great post by escobarsonlam).
Let the good times roll. At all times I am open to critique. One of my original quotes is:
You can either laugh with me or at me, I just like the sound of laughter.
Pithy (or anyone else), do you want to help create the detailed profile for Southern University Law Center? Lets move from disagreement to the win-win solution of conveying more knowledge, which is the sole goal of this site.