The best backpack for law school

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Dads707

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Re: The best backpack for law school

Postby Dads707 » Mon Jun 13, 2016 1:19 pm

Capitol_Idea wrote:
Dads707 wrote:0L here

What happens if someone takes your food in common eating areas without asking?

Should a first-time offense be brushed off with a simple mano-a-mano beat down or are you better off nipping the situation in the bud by going for the tables, ladders and chairs?

The real question is why you're keeping food in common areas at all. This isn't some hippy dippy utopia where we all hold hands and trust each other. This is the brutal dog-eat-dog world of LAW. Someone's ganking your fries; you done fucked up by meekly RELINQUISHING CONTROL of your food and giving an impression that you are a WEAK BETA who doesn't deserve to have things. Violence isn't gonna solve that - sure this guy will cease but the damage has been done to your LAW SCHOOL REP.

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Get a badass backpack which will safely hold your PRECIOUS LUNCHABLES; one that screams "BADASS MOTHERFUCKER."


So what I'm gathering here is that I should be less concerned with someone taking my food and proactively going out and eating everyone else's food to assert myself as the DOMINANT ALPHA.

When you take people's food, do you smack them before or after taking their food?

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Re: The best backpack for law school

Postby Glasseyes » Mon Jun 13, 2016 5:39 pm

If you see someone else's food in the common area you have a moral obligation to your future children to poison that shit. Eliminate competition wherever possible. You want a job someday, don't you?

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Re: The best backpack for law school

Postby TFALAWL » Tue Jun 14, 2016 12:22 am

My happiness skyrocketed 2L when I stopped bringing books to school altogether.
1. you don't need them for class
2. it will force you to study outside of law school

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Re: The best backpack for law school

Postby Dads707 » Tue Jun 14, 2016 12:35 pm

Glasseyes wrote:If you see someone else's food in the common area you have a moral obligation to your future children to poison that shit. Eliminate competition wherever possible. You want a job someday, don't you?


While I can appreciate the Machiavellian sentiment, that comes across as a bit of a beta move.

WWTrumpD?

Any experience with giving people stigma-inducing nicknames that people can't shake and accidentally blurt out during their own interviews?

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Re: The best backpack for law school

Postby dodint » Mon Jul 11, 2016 5:48 pm

haus wrote:
dabigchina wrote:Aesthetics are immaterial given how heavy 1l books are.

Or bribe your professors to use something like ChartaCourse.


Was pleasantly surprised/amused/alarmed that Criminal Law: Statutory Interpretation doesn't have a book. :shock:

Turns out it's ChartaCourse.

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Re: The best backpack for law school

Postby reasonable_man » Mon Jul 11, 2016 6:58 pm

Go big or go home.

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Re: The best backpack for law school

Postby haus » Mon Jul 11, 2016 9:31 pm

dodint wrote:
haus wrote:
dabigchina wrote:Aesthetics are immaterial given how heavy 1l books are.

Or bribe your professors to use something like ChartaCourse.


Was pleasantly surprised/amused/alarmed that Criminal Law: Statutory Interpretation doesn't have a book. :shock:

Turns out it's ChartaCourse.

And so it begins... :)



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