IAFG wrote:fatduck wrote:IAFG wrote:If it does derail it, maybe it was in need of de-railing.
this makes no sense
If people are on the verge of making a huge mistake, why shouldn't MTal go to them and say so? If he's wrong, wouldn't it be pretty easy to smack him down?
Is it just me or is this debate getting too complicated?
There's only one sticky on the "Acceptances..." forums and it flat out states that TLS does not want posts like that in that in that specific forum:
Discussion between applicants is fine, but this forum is NOT the place to argue or debate which law schools are worth attending and under what circumstances. The threads here typically involve people who have already decided to apply and are seeking or sharing news on the state of their applications. You and them and everyone else are all free to discuss whether or not attending is a good idea in the appropriate forum, not here.
Starting or perpetuating arguments here about whether a school is worth attending may be deemed trolling and get you banned.
Thus, I am confused about MTal's initial reaction to receiving a warning.
Additionally, there's a paragraph that essentially agrees with the concept of educating yourself as a 0L, so the argument against TLS philosophy seems rather unfounded.
And finally, there's even a link at the bottom of that sticky that goes to what I assume is the place to state your disagreements with the policies of a board.
Can someone explain how all of this is unreasonable? (See my avatar).