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phillylaw215
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Spiteful Applying

Postby phillylaw215 » Mon Jun 17, 2013 3:57 pm

Has anyone else wanted to get a ton of fee waivers to a bunch of lower-end schools and apply just to "get your money's worth" from the CAS. I know you have to pay a fee per app, even with a waiver, but would be spitefully satisfying anyway. :twisted:

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Re: Spiteful Applying

Postby Br3v » Mon Jun 17, 2013 4:02 pm

phillylaw215 wrote:Has anyone else wanted to get a ton of fee waivers to a bunch of lower-end schools and apply just to "get your money's worth" from the CAS. I know you have to pay a fee per app, even with a waiver, but would be spitefully satisfying anyway. :twisted:


Do you understand how money works? How would that be spiteful hen you would be paying each time?

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Re: Spiteful Applying

Postby Scotusnerd » Mon Jun 17, 2013 4:07 pm

phillylaw215 wrote:Has anyone else wanted to get a ton of fee waivers to a bunch of lower-end schools and apply just to "get your money's worth" from the CAS. I know you have to pay a fee per app, even with a waiver, but would be spitefully satisfying anyway. :twisted:


You're an idiot. I suggest a more direct route: take out dollar bills and flush them down the toilet while chanting the institution's name. Same result, and you might make some homeless guy who lives in the sewers happy.
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Re: Spiteful Applying

Postby dstars823 » Mon Jun 17, 2013 4:07 pm

go ahead and spend the 25$ per processing fee, pretty sure the LSAC wont mind the donation

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Re: Spiteful Applying

Postby phillylaw215 » Mon Jun 17, 2013 4:08 pm

Scotusnerd wrote: You're an idiot. If you must waste money, give it to charity or something. They'll put it to better use than LSAC.


But what has charity ever done for me....?

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Re: Spiteful Applying

Postby jbagelboy » Mon Jun 17, 2013 4:11 pm

phillylaw215 wrote:Has anyone else wanted to get a ton of fee waivers to a bunch of lower-end schools and apply just to "get your money's worth" from the CAS. I know you have to pay a fee per app, even with a waiver, but would be spitefully satisfying anyway. :twisted:


I just.. Don't understand..

Don't become an attorney. Irrational decision making and spiteful ignorance will not serve you will in that profession.

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Re: Spiteful Applying

Postby jas1503 » Mon Jun 17, 2013 4:15 pm

Worst post by an LSAC employee/law dean in disguise EVER!

ETA: Hi, Dean Treanor
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Re: Spiteful Applying

Postby justonemoregame » Mon Jun 17, 2013 4:18 pm

I think it's a great idea OP. And if you REALLY want some get-back, you should apply broadly and throw down as many deposits as you can, and wait until the very, very last minute before sweeping the rug out from under all of them. They won't know what him 'em!

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Re: Spiteful Applying

Postby phillylaw215 » Mon Jun 17, 2013 4:20 pm

justonemoregame wrote:I think it's a great idea OP. And if you REALLY want some get-back, you should apply broadly and throw down as many deposits as you can, and wait until the very, very last minute before sweeping the rug out from under all of them. They won't know what him 'em!

Exactly! Leave them at the altar! What could be more satisfying than getting Cooley's hopes up for a good applicant and then goin "PSYCH"

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Re: Spiteful Applying

Postby justonemoregame » Mon Jun 17, 2013 4:26 pm

phillylaw215 wrote:
justonemoregame wrote:I think it's a great idea OP. And if you REALLY want some get-back, you should apply broadly and throw down as many deposits as you can, and wait until the very, very last minute before sweeping the rug out from under all of them. They won't know what him 'em!

Exactly! Leave them at the altar! What could be more satisfying than getting Cooley's hopes up for a good applicant and then goin "PSYCH"


Precisely. And if you get enough of your friends to join in - that could really disrupt the admissions process. So many TTTs relying on your $$$, then boom.

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Re: Spiteful Applying

Postby nickb285 » Mon Jun 17, 2013 4:36 pm

justonemoregame wrote:Precisely. And if you get enough of your friends to join in - that could really disrupt the admissions process. So many TTTs relying on your $$$, then boom.


Actually, it would be kind of awesome if you could coordinate well enough that everyone who was planning to retake for next cycle filled Cooley's class and then dropped out the day before classes start.

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Re: Spiteful Applying

Postby LFH_intheflesh » Mon Jun 17, 2013 4:47 pm

idgi

Do you spitefully give away money to people on the street too?

Would you like to spitefully lend me 25$? If you want to be really rude to me you can let me keep it.

Here ill use that smiley you like.

:twisted:

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TheThriller
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Re: Spiteful Applying

Postby TheThriller » Mon Jun 17, 2013 5:03 pm

I don't think you know what spiteful means.

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TheBiggerMediocre
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Re: Spiteful Applying

Postby TheBiggerMediocre » Mon Jun 17, 2013 5:40 pm

Actually if you are willing to go through all the trouble of really courting them they might give you sweaters and mugs etc.

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Re: Spiteful Applying

Postby RoaringMice » Wed Jun 19, 2013 10:33 am

TheBiggerMediocre wrote:Actually if you are willing to go through all the trouble of really courting them they might give you sweaters and mugs etc.


I could use some sweaters. Mugs, not so much.

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Re: Spiteful Applying

Postby Pneumonia » Wed Jun 19, 2013 12:53 pm

do you guys ever spitefully attend TTTT's? I mean like, you get admitted to T14 and TJSL and just for the giggles go to TJ? Is this a funny idea?

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Re: Spiteful Applying

Postby meanmugger » Wed Jun 19, 2013 1:01 pm

phillylaw215 wrote:Has anyone else wanted to get a ton of fee waivers to a bunch of lower-end schools and apply just to "get your money's worth" from the CAS. I know you have to pay a fee per app, even with a waiver, but would be spitefully satisfying anyway. :twisted:


You, sir, are a moron.

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Re: Spiteful Applying

Postby mr.hands » Wed Jun 19, 2013 1:49 pm

Pneumonia wrote:do you guys ever spitefully attend TTTT's? I mean like, you get admitted to T14 and TJSL and just for the giggles go to TJ? Is this a funny idea?


Lol. Just be sure to spitefully decline any and all aid that the TTTT may send your way.

That'll show the bastards

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Re: Spiteful Applying

Postby justonemoregame » Wed Jun 19, 2013 1:55 pm

mr.hands wrote:
Pneumonia wrote:do you guys ever spitefully attend TTTT's? I mean like, you get admitted to T14 and TJSL and just for the giggles go to TJ? Is this a funny idea?


Lol. Just be sure to spitefully decline any and all aid that the TTTT may send your way.

That'll show the bastards


I want to pay FULL PRICE!

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Re: Spiteful Applying

Postby The Dark Kite » Wed Jun 19, 2013 2:59 pm

phillylaw215 wrote:
justonemoregame wrote:I think it's a great idea OP. And if you REALLY want some get-back, you should apply broadly and throw down as many deposits as you can, and wait until the very, very last minute before sweeping the rug out from under all of them. They won't know what him 'em!

Exactly! Leave them at the altar! What could be more satisfying than getting Cooley's hopes up for a good applicant and then goin "PSYCH"


I mean, at least in my world.. a "good applicant" knows the difference between the term "Psych," as in shorthand for Psychology, and "sike". In fact, I'm genuinely curious as to how you measure "good" here..

Who applies for higher education opportunities for spite or with any other malicious intent? This is purely idiotic and I'm convinced you're just a very successful troll.




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