I want to thank everybody for the kind words and brute honesty regarding my question. I began weight-training after I finished undergraduate school. I knew that I would not be attending school in the fall of that year so I knew that I would need a goal to occupy my time. When I graduated high school my family sent me some money, which they intended me to use for college. Well, I had better ideas in mind! I wanted to start pumping iron so I invested in the greatest investment of my life: My very own home gym! I began hitting the weights for a few months, wound up injuring my shoulder, and threw in the towel. I never picked up a single weight for the remainder of the time I was in undergraduate school.
Once I graduated from college, I decided, "What better time to hit the weights again then now? I can't waste my time doing nothing! I need a goal to work towards!" And thats what I freaking did. I have soared past the strength I developed my first lifting experience, and I am in freaking awesome shape now. Through all the time and energy I dedicated to lifting, I started thinking, "Dang! If only all this hard work could get me something else in the real world other than just personal satisfaction/pride and extreme jealousy amongst my friends!" Sadly, all the hard work I have done is all in vain. I will probably just continue to be a muscular pizza delivery-driver with a Bachelor's degree in History for another year. Maybe I could keep lifting weights, get my bench up to 300 lbs and my squat up to 400, and see if I do not get in then.
If Law School does not work out, I have considered other options: I could be a fitness model, or possibly a comedian, or possibly a diplomat, or possibly a History teacher, or possibly a trash collector. Whatever I do, I will not be a pizza delivery driver for the rest of my life. I hear every single day, "Tyler, how much longer are you going to deliver pizzas for?" "So Tyler, are you going to retire as a Pizza delivery driver? Bahahaha!" "Why do you deliver pizzas if you have a college degree, Tyler?" I'm sick and tired of hearing that man!
You left out "American Gladiator."