Adjudicator wrote:Bronte wrote:I'm dumbfounded by the earnestness of OP. Would I have understood it before law school? I don't even know anymore.
This gives me an idea for a new thread called "Did/does anyone else feel like they "changed" after being exposed to TLS?"
+100000. Wow - couldn't agree more. I feel like the basic premise for this entire forum's existence is counterproductive for the most part. Many users are clearly very helpful, but there are far too many that feel like a sarcastic response without serious consideration on what's being asked is always appropriate and warranted. It's my fault for coming here, sure, but I can't help but point it out.
Bronte wrote:I'm dumbfounded by the earnestness of OP. Would I have understood it before law school? I don't even know anymore.
Again forgive me if I'm misinterpreting something you meant as satire/sarcasm.. but if you're serious I can see where you're coming from completely.
smokyroom26 wrote:Today I was driving through a brand-new downtown apartment community. Looking around, I thought, "this is a great example of planned unit development!"
Haha that's actually a good example.
Adjudicator wrote:I haven't gone to law school yet but I imagine it's something like this ...
Poetry as a descriptive tool has never been up my alley (I always sucked at poetry) and thus I don't have a great understanding of poetry in general. But, after reading your post it's not far off the mark from where I'm sitting. Since you aren't a current law student, I offer you a very serious piece of advice that I ALWAYS dismissed immediately: consider heavily every aspect of law school before deciding to go.
flcath wrote:I'm not as funny as I was. When asked for my opinion on anything, my answer is almost always some variation of 'maybe,' augmented by arguments from each side. I use the words "analysis," "brilliant," and "prestigious," in contexts that annoy those around me. My writing style is choppy and economical.
Spot on, I have the same kind of curse/blessing. It's good in so many ways, but bad in just as many. I feel like I have a greater concept of reasoning and how to explain a lot of stuff.. but the jury is still out on whether that's an overall good thing again. CHRIST I just realized I did it again in this response.
plum wrote:i've definitely changed in that i have never been this stressed out and under pressure in my life. and it ain't gonna end anytime soon.
100000% accurate. If anything in life is ever as collectively stressful as law school is/will be -- I seriously am almost excited to see just what the fuck it might consist of.
td6624 wrote:uh, no
a lot of you sound kind of obnoxious
or maybe i failed all my classes and that's why i'm not getting what i'm reading here.
My vote is the former. Way too many people on here do nothing more than personal ridicule or just troll in general.