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Sh*t Gunners Say

Postby babazina » Fri Jan 13, 2012 7:47 pm

What are the dumbest, most nonsensical comments gunners in your class have made?

1. The course
2. The question posed by the professor (if applicable)
3. The comment made
4. The class reaction

Fire Away!

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Re: Sh*t Gunners Say

Postby truevines » Fri Jan 13, 2012 7:50 pm

babazina wrote:What are the dumbest, most nonsensical comments gunners in your class have made?

1. The course
2. The question posed by the professor (if applicable)
3. The comment made
4. The class reaction

Fire Away!


Like making a post on TLS bashing other fellow gunners?

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Re: Sh*t Gunners Say

Postby babazina » Fri Jan 13, 2012 7:59 pm

truevines wrote:
babazina wrote:What are the dumbest, most nonsensical comments gunners in your class have made?

1. The course
2. The question posed by the professor (if applicable)
3. The comment made
4. The class reaction

Fire Away!


Like making a post on TLS bashing other fellow gunners?


No. You failed to follow directions. Try again.

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Re: Sh*t Gunners Say

Postby clevermoose » Fri Jan 13, 2012 8:01 pm

truevines wrote:
babazina wrote:What are the dumbest, most nonsensical comments gunners in your class have made?

1. The course
2. The question posed by the professor (if applicable)
3. The comment made
4. The class reaction

Fire Away!


Like making a post on TLS bashing other fellow gunners?


I dunno. I bet some people have pretty funny stories about what crazy gunners have said in class.

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Re: Sh*t Gunners Say

Postby drs36 » Fri Jan 13, 2012 8:10 pm

1. Crim
2. Discussing time required for thought in premeditation and deliberation
3. "In my research, before law school, I found that it only takes nano-seconds to form a thought. My research would show that premeditation and deliberation can be instantaneous."
4. Collect head banging on desks

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Re: Sh*t Gunners Say

Postby Extension_Cord » Fri Jan 13, 2012 8:35 pm

drs36 wrote:1. Crim
2. Discussing time required for thought in premeditation and deliberation
3. "In my research, before law school, I found that it only takes nano-seconds to form a thought. My research would show that premeditation and deliberation can be instantaneous."
4. Collect head banging on desks


I did do the research moron. Just because you didn't accomplish anything before law school doesn't make my projects any less insightful. There was no collective head banging, infact the professor agreed with during office hours when we discussed my research.

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Re: Sh*t Gunners Say

Postby babazina » Fri Jan 13, 2012 8:40 pm

Extension_Cord wrote:
drs36 wrote:1. Crim
2. Discussing time required for thought in premeditation and deliberation
3. "In my research, before law school, I found that it only takes nano-seconds to form a thought. My research would show that premeditation and deliberation can be instantaneous."
4. Collect head banging on desks


I did do the research moron. Just because you didn't accomplish anything before law school doesn't make my projects any less insightful. There was no collective head banging, infact the professor agreed with during office hours when we discussed my research.


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Re: Sh*t Gunners Say

Postby Pokemon » Fri Jan 13, 2012 9:03 pm

Why do I have a feeling that gunners are the type of people who tend to read everything about their professor, raise their hand in class, and spend their time on law forums such as this one or above the law.

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Re: Sh*t Gunners Say

Postby drs36 » Fri Jan 13, 2012 9:05 pm

Extension_Cord wrote:
drs36 wrote:1. Crim
2. Discussing time required for thought in premeditation and deliberation
3. "In my research, before law school, I found that it only takes nano-seconds to form a thought. My research would show that premeditation and deliberation can be instantaneous."
4. Collect head banging on desks


I did do the research moron. Just because you didn't accomplish anything before law school doesn't make my projects any less insightful. There was no collective head banging, infact the professor agreed with during office hours when we discussed my research.



Lol

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Re: Sh*t Gunners Say

Postby alicrimson » Fri Jan 13, 2012 10:38 pm

babazina wrote:What are the dumbest, most nonsensical comments gunners in your class have made?

1. The course
2. The question posed by the professor (if applicable)
3. The comment made
4. The class reaction

Fire Away!


1. It wasn't a course. It was actually at a bar review after the first week of classes last semester.
2. N/A the conversation was about our section and why we liked it. Many were talking about how cool and supportive everyone seemed.
3. "I'm glad I'm in section 2 because I heard a lot of people got in off of the waitlist from admissions and it is going to make it so much easier for me to compete for the top spots."
4. Three of us in the conversation were waitlisters. Everyone kind of just looked around in shock. He then told us his LSAT score unsolicited. The story has been widely spread since then and his behavior has not improved much.

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Re: Sh*t Gunners Say

Postby angua » Fri Jan 13, 2012 10:55 pm

1. Civ pro review Q&A with the prof
2. "Any questions about writing the exam?"
3. "Um, yes, professor, do we need to use Bluebook format when citing cases?"
4. Are you fucking kidding me

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Re: Sh*t Gunners Say

Postby Extension_Cord » Fri Jan 13, 2012 11:06 pm

angua wrote:1. Civ pro review Q&A with the prof
2. "Any questions about writing the exam?"
3. "Um, yes, professor, do we need to use Bluebook format when citing cases?"
4. Are you fucking kidding me


LOL, I just say one name of a case.

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Re: Sh*t Gunners Say

Postby I.P. Daly » Sat Jan 14, 2012 12:15 am

alicrimson wrote:1. It wasn't a course. It was actually at a bar review after the first week of classes last semester.
2. N/A the conversation was about our section and why we liked it. Many were talking about how cool and supportive everyone seemed.
3. "I'm glad I'm in section 2 because I heard a lot of people got in off of the waitlist from admissions and it is going to make it so much easier for me to compete for the top spots."
4. Three of us in the conversation were waitlisters. Everyone kind of just looked around in shock. He then told us his LSAT score unsolicited. The story has been widely spread since then and his behavior has not improved much.


Hope that sweet LSAT score and ego help him out when he's actually practicing...

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Re: Sh*t Gunners Say

Postby NYC Law » Sat Jan 14, 2012 12:34 am

angua wrote:1. Civ pro review Q&A with the prof
2. "Any questions about writing the exam?"
3. "Um, yes, professor, do we need to use Bluebook format when citing cases?"
4. Are you fucking kidding me


Same question asked in one of my class reviews (Not Civ Pro though).

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Re: Sh*t Gunners Say

Postby jd-mba » Sun Jan 15, 2012 9:49 am

drs36 wrote:1. Crim
2. Discussing time required for thought in premeditation and deliberation
3. "In my research, before law school, I found that it only takes nano-seconds to form a thought. My research would show that premeditation and deliberation can be instantaneous."
4. Collect head banging on desks


We don't go to the same school, but apparently my gunner also goes to your school... also in the same crim law course.

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Re: Sh*t Gunners Say

Postby Royal » Sun Jan 15, 2012 10:43 am

The ubiquitous "But WHERE do we draw the line?!"

"Well, I believe [insert philosopher not studied in the course] would feel that pareto efficiency blah blah blah derp."

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Re: Sh*t Gunners Say

Postby r6_philly » Sun Jan 15, 2012 4:17 pm

Royal wrote:The ubiquitous "But WHERE do we draw the line?!"

"Well, I believe [insert philosopher not studied in the course] would feel that pareto efficiency blah blah blah derp."


I was tempted to make a "where do we draw the line" comment the other day. But I just end up saying slippery slope. Gunner?

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Re: Sh*t Gunners Say

Postby Extension_Cord » Sun Jan 15, 2012 4:50 pm

r6_philly wrote:
Royal wrote:The ubiquitous "But WHERE do we draw the line?!"

"Well, I believe [insert philosopher not studied in the course] would feel that pareto efficiency blah blah blah derp."


I was tempted to make a "where do we draw the line" comment the other day. But I just end up saying slippery slope. Gunner?


Gunner.

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Re: Sh*t Gunners Say

Postby fundamentallybroken » Sun Jan 15, 2012 5:13 pm

1. Crim
2. Question involved why, if we singled out muslims after 9/11, we didn't single out white mid-western christians after Oklahoma City
3. Raised hand, said "I'll field this one," and started to explain that OK City was not motivated by religion (including the classic, "wait, wait, I did a research paper on this in UG")
4. While prof handed his ass to him in a discussion on the Turner Diaries, most of the rest of just looked down and shook our heads.

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Re: Sh*t Gunners Say

Postby desertlaw » Sun Jan 15, 2012 5:42 pm

1. Contracts

2. Another kid was trying to say something about some topic, not sure exactly the details.

3. Gunner hops in and says: "I think what Another Kid was trying to say, but JUST COULDN'T ARTICULATE GOOD ENOUGH, was that blah blah blah (something that sounded pretty articulate)."

4. In Gunner's defense, I think Gunner has a kind heart and didn't realize how Gunnerish the statement came across.

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Re: Sh*t Gunners Say

Postby Flips88 » Sun Jan 15, 2012 6:12 pm

We had a guy gunning in a non-mandatory career services presentation on interviewing tips. He doesn't know when to turn it off.

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Re: Sh*t Gunners Say

Postby cinephile » Sun Jan 15, 2012 6:30 pm

Flips88 wrote:We had a guy gunning in a non-mandatory career services presentation on interviewing tips. He doesn't know when to turn it off.


We had someone do the same at our school. But he dropped out before fall exams.

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Re: Sh*t Gunners Say

Postby Bildungsroman » Sun Jan 15, 2012 6:34 pm

Extension_Cord wrote:
r6_philly wrote:
Royal wrote:The ubiquitous "But WHERE do we draw the line?!"

"Well, I believe [insert philosopher not studied in the course] would feel that pareto efficiency blah blah blah derp."


I was tempted to make a "where do we draw the line" comment the other day. But I just end up saying slippery slope. Gunner?


Gunner.

Agreed.

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Re: Sh*t Gunners Say

Postby nStiver » Sun Jan 15, 2012 11:01 pm

bullshit repeat post
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Re: Sh*t Gunners Say

Postby r6_philly » Sun Jan 15, 2012 11:39 pm

Bildungsroman wrote:
Extension_Cord wrote:
r6_philly wrote:
Royal wrote:The ubiquitous "But WHERE do we draw the line?!"

"Well, I believe [insert philosopher not studied in the course] would feel that pareto efficiency blah blah blah derp."


I was tempted to make a "where do we draw the line" comment the other day. But I just end up saying slippery slope. Gunner?


Gunner.

Agreed.


Can't help it :mrgreen:




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