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Re: Making friends with D-bag law students

Postby AreJay711 » Sat Jan 21, 2012 1:50 pm

NYC Law wrote:What's really crazy is that a bunch of law students at my school couldn't even agree on what the answer is to 48÷2(9+3).


There is a reason you don't use " ÷ " after 6th grade. Most people think of division as fractions which fucks them up.

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Re: Making friends with D-bag law students

Postby NYC Law » Sat Jan 21, 2012 1:51 pm

bostonlawchick wrote:
NYC Law wrote:What's really crazy is that a bunch of law students at my school couldn't even agree on what the answer is to 48÷2(9+3).


Did they not remember PEMDAS? I feel like that's all I learned in elementary school.


PEMDAS? Standard order of operations, bro.

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Re: Making friends with D-bag law students

Postby AreJay711 » Sat Jan 21, 2012 1:54 pm

NYC Law wrote:
bostonlawchick wrote:
NYC Law wrote:What's really crazy is that a bunch of law students at my school couldn't even agree on what the answer is to 48÷2(9+3).


Did they not remember PEMDAS? I feel like that's all I learned in elementary school.


PEMDAS? Standard order of operations, bro.


Multiplication and division happen simultaneously. Left to right is just a convention.

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Re: Making friends with D-bag law students

Postby BeenDidThat » Sat Jan 21, 2012 1:58 pm

NYC Law wrote:
bostonlawchick wrote:
NYC Law wrote:What's really crazy is that a bunch of law students at my school couldn't even agree on what the answer is to 48÷2(9+3).


Did they not remember PEMDAS? I feel like that's all I learned in elementary school.


PEMDAS? Standard order of operations, bro.


PEMDAS be one and the same homes.

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Re: Making friends with D-bag law students

Postby NYC Law » Sat Jan 21, 2012 2:00 pm

BeenDidThat wrote:
NYC Law wrote:
bostonlawchick wrote:
NYC Law wrote:What's really crazy is that a bunch of law students at my school couldn't even agree on what the answer is to 48÷2(9+3).


Did they not remember PEMDAS? I feel like that's all I learned in elementary school.


PEMDAS? Standard order of operations, bro.


PEMDAS be one and the same homes.


But see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Order_of_o ... operations

These mnemonics may be misleading when written this way, especially if the user is not aware that multiplication and division are of equal precedence, as are addition and subtraction. Using any of the above rules in the order "addition first, subtraction afterward" would also give the wrong answer.

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Re: Making friends with D-bag law students

Postby Yvonnella » Sat Jan 21, 2012 2:12 pm

MrPapagiorgio wrote:
superhands wrote:
A word used by uneducated people intending to sound intelligent. Often, the defendant will use this word in court in an attempt to impress the judge and jury. Educated people notice and those who use this word instantly identify themselves to educated people as being uneducated. Educated people rarely correct them because it helps educated people more easily identify them if they are well-groomed.


For all intensive purposes, you knew what he meant by irregardless.

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Thank God for Mr. P. At least somebody's paying attention.

Um: for all intents and purposes. I mean, please.

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Re: Making friends with D-bag law students

Postby beachbum » Sat Jan 21, 2012 2:16 pm

This thread is making me hate law students.

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Re: Making friends with D-bag law students

Postby jkpolk » Sat Jan 21, 2012 3:21 pm

beachbum wrote:This thread is making me hate law students.


Now make friends with them, go!

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Postby bartleby » Sat Jan 21, 2012 3:43 pm

there is only one person in my section that i truly can't stand. we're talking about locke for property and she brought up hobbes, even quoting "short, nasty, and brutish" 2x. she also talks so fast that she trips all over her words. it is unbelievable. it isn't even how she talks normally.

for example, imagine reading this post out loud as fast as you could, like you were in a speed reading competition, and stumbling after every 10 words.

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Re: Making friends with D-bag law students

Postby eandy » Sat Jan 21, 2012 5:50 pm

Julio_El_Chavo wrote:
eandy wrote:I legitimately love my class. We all get along really, really well. I feel pretty lucky.


(attractive chick who thinks everyone likes her for her personality)


:|
What makes you think that?

Attractiveness has nothing to do with it. Our class is just really close.

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Postby $peppercorn » Sat Jan 21, 2012 6:06 pm

NYC Law wrote:
Always Credited wrote:This thread has become an example of itself.

Lol

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Re: Making friends with D-bag law students

Postby bk1 » Sat Jan 21, 2012 6:36 pm

NYC Law wrote:What's really crazy is that a bunch of law students at my school couldn't even agree on what the answer is to 48÷2(9+3).


I can't tell if this is a joke or obliviousness to 1-2 of the most awful threads on TLS. (I'll take confirmation of the former via a Simpsons "That's the Joke" meme.)

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Postby YankeeFan2 » Sat Jan 21, 2012 6:44 pm

Mce252 wrote:This is the best thread I've read in a while.


+1 This is funny!

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Postby zanzbar » Sat Jan 21, 2012 6:58 pm

Rikkugrrl wrote:It felt like a friggin LSAT problem. A dated B, then broke it off with B to bone C, and C broke it off with A to bone D, who was just starting to bone B. Oh and C and B knew each other before law school and were good friends, and B has no idea that C was boning A while A was boning B.


Anyone else get that B and D are gay together out of this or did I mess up my diagram?

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Re: Making friends with D-bag law students

Postby NoleinNY » Sat Jan 21, 2012 7:01 pm

zanzbar wrote:
Rikkugrrl wrote:It felt like a friggin LSAT problem. A dated B, then broke it off with B to bone C, and C broke it off with A to bone D, who was just starting to bone B. Oh and C and B knew each other before law school and were good friends, and B has no idea that C was boning A while A was boning B.


Anyone else get that B and D are gay together out of this or did I mess up my diagram?

+1, although D could be opposite sex and bi-curious.

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Postby NYC Law » Sat Jan 21, 2012 7:03 pm

bk1 wrote:
NYC Law wrote:What's really crazy is that a bunch of law students at my school couldn't even agree on what the answer is to 48÷2(9+3).


I can't tell if this is a joke or obliviousness to 1-2 of the most awful threads on TLS. (I'll take confirmation of the former via a Simpsons "That's the Joke" meme.)


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Re: Making friends with D-bag law students

Postby zanzbar » Sat Jan 21, 2012 7:09 pm

NoleinNY wrote:
zanzbar wrote:
Rikkugrrl wrote:It felt like a friggin LSAT problem. A dated B, then broke it off with B to bone C, and C broke it off with A to bone D, who was just starting to bone B. Oh and C and B knew each other before law school and were good friends, and B has no idea that C was boning A while A was boning B.


Anyone else get that B and D are gay together out of this or did I mess up my diagram?

+1, although D could be opposite sex and bi-curious.


That is true I guess I messed up a contrapositive. The CR is somebody enjoys smashing clams.

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Postby NoleinNY » Sat Jan 21, 2012 7:16 pm

zanzbar wrote:
NoleinNY wrote:
zanzbar wrote:
Rikkugrrl wrote:It felt like a friggin LSAT problem. A dated B, then broke it off with B to bone C, and C broke it off with A to bone D, who was just starting to bone B. Oh and C and B knew each other before law school and were good friends, and B has no idea that C was boning A while A was boning B.


Anyone else get that B and D are gay together out of this or did I mess up my diagram?

+1, although D could be opposite sex and bi-curious.


That is true I guess I messed up a contrapositive. The CR is somebody enjoys smashing clams.


Because I have a ton of free time right now...

It's totally possible (though less titillating for some) that they could be all screwed up heterosexuals.

For assumptions:
A=M
B=F
C=F
D=M

A<-->B
^...../...^
|..../.....|
v.../......v
C<-->D

That way, A/B is a straight couple, A/C is a straight couple, C/D is a straight couple, and D/B is a straight couple. B & C (alleged friends) are both female.

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Postby NYC Law » Sat Jan 21, 2012 7:19 pm

Goddammit scooped. Well anyway, I made a chart to prove that it is all hetero sex

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Postby NoleinNY » Sat Jan 21, 2012 7:22 pm

NYC Law wrote:Goddammit scooped. Well anyway, I made a chart to prove that it is all hetero sex

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lol

E is a FA, so the gender doesn't matter.

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Re: Making friends with D-bag law students

Postby zanzbar » Sat Jan 21, 2012 7:30 pm

Rikkugrrl wrote:It felt like a friggin LSAT problem. A dated B, then broke it off with B to bone C, and C broke it off with A to bone D, who was just starting to bone B. Oh and C and B knew each other before law school and were good friends, and B has no idea that C was boning A while A was boning B.


Because I have a ton of free time right now...

It's totally possible (though less titillating for some) that they could be all screwed up heterosexuals.

For assumptions:
A=M
B=F
C=F
D=M

A<-->B
^...../...^
|..../.....|
v.../......v
C<-->D

That way, A/B is a straight couple, A/C is a straight couple, C/D is a straight couple, and D/B is a straight couple. B & C (alleged friends) are both female.[/quote]
The only problem I could see is you forgot the inference where B-C being "good friends" from college really meaning they experimented with each other.

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Postby PinkCow » Sat Jan 21, 2012 7:39 pm

deebs wrote:Find the people who like to drink beer and used to play counter-strike/starcraft/N64. Ask said people if they'd like to drink beer and play some smash bro's. Then you've got smashed bro's, playing smash bro's, and that equals a good time.

If you're a girl, IDK, in your situation I'd try to hang out with the married girls which entails dinner parties I'd imagine.



During finals this semester, I played so much Counter-Strike that I moved to # 40 out of like 350,000. Feltgoodman.

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Re: Making friends with D-bag law students

Postby NoleinNY » Sat Jan 21, 2012 7:50 pm

zanzbar wrote:
Rikkugrrl wrote:It felt like a friggin LSAT problem. A dated B, then broke it off with B to bone C, and C broke it off with A to bone D, who was just starting to bone B. Oh and C and B knew each other before law school and were good friends, and B has no idea that C was boning A while A was boning B.


Because I have a ton of free time right now...

It's totally possible (though less titillating for some) that they could be all screwed up heterosexuals.

For assumptions:
A=M
B=F
C=F
D=M

A<-->B
^...../...^
|..../.....|
v.../......v
C<-->D

That way, A/B is a straight couple, A/C is a straight couple, C/D is a straight couple, and D/B is a straight couple. B & C (alleged friends) are both female.

The only problem I could see is you forgot the inference where B-C being "good friends" from college really meaning they experimented with each other.[/quote]

That's why I included the diagonal line connecting them instead of just using asteriks. Plus, you can still be a "screwed up heterosexual" and still have an experimentation (in theory, at least... I'm not going to open that can-of-worms.)

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Re: Making friends with D-bag law students

Postby zanzbar » Sat Jan 21, 2012 8:17 pm

NoleinNY wrote:
zanzbar wrote:
Rikkugrrl wrote:It felt like a friggin LSAT problem. A dated B, then broke it off with B to bone C, and C broke it off with A to bone D, who was just starting to bone B. Oh and C and B knew each other before law school and were good friends, and B has no idea that C was boning A while A was boning B.


Because I have a ton of free time right now...

It's totally possible (though less titillating for some) that they could be all screwed up heterosexuals.

For assumptions:
A=M
B=F
C=F
D=M

A<-->B
^...../...^
|..../.....|
v.../......v
C<-->D

That way, A/B is a straight couple, A/C is a straight couple, C/D is a straight couple, and D/B is a straight couple. B & C (alleged friends) are both female.

The only problem I could see is you forgot the inference where B-C being "good friends" from college really meaning they experimented with each other.


That's why I included the diagonal line connecting them instead of just using asteriks. Plus, you can still be a "screwed up heterosexual" and still have an experimentation (in theory, at least... I'm not going to open that can-of-worms.)[/quote]

You might as well open that can of worms now because who knows how long SOPA is on the backburner, and we have to all go back to random chatrooms just to offend others...

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Re: Making friends with D-bag law students

Postby NYC Law » Sat Jan 21, 2012 8:19 pm

I posted this in another thread, but it's apparently still relevant

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