descartesb4thehorse wrote: nosleeptillsuccess wrote:
I was actually just talking with friends to organize a "trot for cancer" here in Fort Lauderdale(Trot is the first 4 letters of my last name). Running 5k-10k races by the beach to donate money to cancer research. I feel that something in that area may help me get some recognition...
and I believe the blog really wont "offend" someone... there's just a lot of half naked women on it and mild to strong language on some articles. Check the blog out and let me know!!http://www.beermugsports.com
Thanks again every1
You do realize these law schools have professors, faculty, and admissions committee members who are female. Why would that blog, which encourages the objectification of women for the lustful eyes of the ESPN demographic, not be offensive to them?
Here is a quote from a Fordham Adcom member's Twitter. "Today's takeaway from reading: The word "crap" is not appropriate in a PS. As it is only 12:40 - what's in store for the rest of the day?"
Now, do you really want to lead them to a blog that on page one asks the question, " Whose banging ass is this?"
The blog is fine for its intended demographic but it WILL piss people off outside of it.
I will add that view counts are great in a touchy feel good way but unless you can find a way to capitalize on the popularity you are just one of a million other bloggers out there. I hope you actually have written releases for all the images you have on there. If you don't, then you have dozens of copyright violations on page one alone. Just because an image is on the net does not mean it can be copied and used in a blog. (I will go ahead and assume that you actually have releases on ALL the images you have on there since you are applying to LS and thus have at least a vague understanding of IP law and what that entails.)
Put the blog on if you will but I can't see it making a difference beyond your LSAT and UG GPA but it runs a very real risk of hurting you.