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I have noticed during my first and second year of law school that some students are obsessed with (a)social networking during lecture. It got to the point where I decided to move to the front row just so I would no longer have to be distracted by other people looking at Facebook, tweeting, or updating their MySpace. I came across a site, SPAM which talks about the problems of sites like these and I decided that in law school I should rid myself of Facebook. Doing so helped my GPA go up by a good amount. In fact, I am glad to say I have realized that sites like Facebook have no part in my life. Instead I find myself studying and enjoying law school like never before. While some people can do well in class while surfing the internet, why not at least pay attention to the lecture and get your money's worth. Law school costs a lot these days and you might not want to be wasting your class time on sites like Facebook. Just food for thought
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Stop creating a series of terrible threads.
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So you replaced Facebook with TLS? Sounds like a lateral move to me...
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Thank you for your unsolicited advice. We are all much wiser now.
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I think a permanent ban is in order.
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This guy has posted the exact same thread here multiple times.
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