blurbz wrote:roaringeagle wrote:ShastaNikki wrote:roaringeagle wrote:
lol i didn't even see your post sorry. i'll advise you tomorrow i am tired now. i was addressing the op
...yeah, but the OP didn't ask about models, either.Favre4Prez wrote:My question is this; is there any conceivable advantage to having a smartphone is law school? Does it make life significantly easier? Or, does it not matter?
lol. I advise you to get this phone
The LG Expression you don't need a data plan and it's 50 bucks after rebate. It has nice features.
I hope that's really a shitty phone and you're recommending it now because they tried to call you out for giving good, though unsolicited, advice. Your post was helpful--I don't understand the hate.
There was no hate and I thanked him for his useful advice. I was simply pointing out that, while claiming to address the OP's question, he was not.
People on these forums get so snippy if they (or others) are informed that they posted inconsistent, redundant, or irrelevant things without reading the whole thread first (and not acknowledging they didn't read the whole thread). It's only 26 posts at this point, for crying out loud!
We're prospective, current, and former law students; if you're going to state "I was addressing the OP" as your excuse for thinking you are answering a question without actually reading a question, then at least make sure that is the question the OP was asking, too. Do you plan to take law exams, represent future clients, or write that publishable article on a topic without researching said topic first, or are you just going to glance over the subject headings and cite shit willy-nilly?
EDIT: If you don't want to read the whole thread, then that's fine. But don't get pissy and say you hope someone is giving shitty advice just because someone clarifies the original question when a poster didn't state he or she hadn't read the whole thing and seemed confused.