1L Summer Options

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Nova
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Re: 1L Summer Options

Postby Nova » Sun Jun 09, 2013 1:51 pm

KD35 wrote:
Nova wrote:My understanding of the term is the basically the same as ImNoScar's.

By flagship I meant best school in its state/market (usually its public). So like Minnesota/Alabama/Iowa.

Not W&L cause Virgina is crowded.


So basically flyover states...

Lol, yeah

With a few exceptions like u wash

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Re: 1L Summer Options

Postby sinfiery » Sun Jun 09, 2013 4:21 pm

KD35 wrote:
Nova wrote:My understanding of the term is the basically the same as ImNoScar's.

By flagship I meant best school in its state/market (usually its public). So like Minnesota/Alabama/Iowa.

Not W&L cause Virgina is crowded.


So basically flyover states...

University of Texas
University of Washington
University of Florida
Colorado, Wisconsin, Kentucky, Arkansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Nebraska, etc.


Some are "flyover", some aren't.

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Re: 1L Summer Options

Postby Nova » Sun Jun 09, 2013 4:24 pm

are

Colorado, Kentucky, Arkansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Nebraska, etc.

considered flyovers?

Ive only heard that term when refering to my dear midwest. But I thought it might be a term coastal people use to describe everything except the coasts.

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Re: 1L Summer Options

Postby sinfiery » Sun Jun 09, 2013 4:28 pm

Not sure myself. I thought it referred only to the deep south.

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Re: 1L Summer Options

Postby guano » Sun Jun 09, 2013 4:49 pm

Nova wrote:are

Colorado, Kentucky, Arkansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Nebraska, etc.

considered flyovers?

Ive only heard that term when refering to my dear midwest. But I thought it might be a term coastal people use to describe everything except the coasts.

If doesn't have a coastline, it's flyover country

If you want to be a real dick, you can redefine it as any state that doesn't touch the ocean




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