Veyron wrote:WTF is wrong with you people, you should be able to nab a small studio for 1500 a month, even in manfuckinghattan.
I'm shocked at the number of grown ass men who like the idea of working 70 hour work weeks for a law firm to live in a studio apartment. I mean in all seriousness for all that why even go to law school (especially the hellaciously competitive one's you probably had to attend to even have a shot at these jobs)? If you're going to live in a studio apartment working those kind of hours you might as well just have stuck with undergrad and tried to get a 30-40K a year job with a normal work week (although in this economy those are tough as hell to get too). You're basically living like a college student even though you're probably in/pushing your 30s. I don't get why you would go down such a difficult academic path, then go to a job that's known for being brutal, so you can live in a studio and spend 12 hours of your day at work. Not to mention a grown man living in a studio apartment working those kinds of hours isn't exactly attractive to most women, although I guess most guys on here gave up on that a long time ago.