Veyron wrote:Anonymous User wrote:Veyron wrote:Lol, how is the ancient past? My friends who meet this description are only working 70 hours a week only in the dreams that they have during the 40 hours a week that they are sleeping instead of billing. Basically, if your practice group is picking up, firms are squeezing associates to an unprecedented degree (how do you think PPP is higher than ever before, huh?) - if not, you might only be at the office 9-6 but I think you'd still rather be an a practice group that works you to death instead of facing impending layoffs.
Maybe your "friends" are working 100 hours a week. I could care less. I acually do think biglaw axxosiates work incredible hours. Dont know how I got stuck on that side of the argument. You think the 90's is the ancient past? Im not a boomer you dufus, my parents were. You should save this quote you made. In about 10 years I am pretty sure you will laugh at yourself.people of our generation are orders of magnitude more intelligent than their boomer counterpart
*Attacks my pluralization instead of my statistics*
*Pats self on back*
The 90s is the ancient past economically, its like pre-new deal and post-new deal, the world is a different place.
WTF? Could care less about your pluralization. You should take statistics, it may help you.
I am alive and working now, you know 2011. Just started in the 90's. Of course you started negative 3 years ago, so you are post-everything that exists. So, do you go on blogs for heart surgeons and tell all those post-new deal docs how to sew in a new heart valve too?