BruceWayne wrote:Never-ending babbling about how everyone works hard, never doesn't work hard, then lies about it, with a random reference to law review thrown in for good measure
The ultimate tragedy is that inorder to refute your points about how much people study, people are falling into the trap of talking about things they did that weren't studying, which you also rant about at extreme length. It's pretty fucking meta, really.
To repeat for emphasis: Working hard is important, working smart is more important, most of the hard work that is NECESSARY for good grades comes at the end of the semester, you can do well and still have a social life which includes out of state visits, and reading is optional though recommended for young-bloogs.
bgdddymtty wrote:Maybe this is better-suited to the OGI thread, but do employers care (and if so, how much) about what classes we take next semester/year?
No. I honestly don't even think they appear on the transcripts they see, so I don't think they'll know unless you wind up chatting them up about it.
To that end, as awful of an idea taking corporate finance / accounting is for the most part, it can be a terrific class to DISCUSS taking. It's a universal refrain from f'realsy lawyers that
WVUCelticFan wrote:Since my last question started a much more serious discussion than I planned, time for an easy one.
Does the liquor store nearby have a poor/decent/good/great selection of scotch and bourbon?
It isn't terrible, but liquor sales are nationalize (...stateized?) in Virginia. The liquor stores are all state run, and you can read all of their selection on price info online (it's the Virginia ABC).