Are you a fan of dancing honeybees?

Your favorite hobby.

Observing honeybees dance
21
32%
Attending Chicano theater
8
12%
Sending interns around the globe
7
11%
Drinking until June 28th
29
45%
 
Total votes: 65

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380yarddrives
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Are you a fan of dancing honeybees?

Postby 380yarddrives » Wed Jun 09, 2010 6:35 pm

Please vote for your favorite way to spend your time.

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Kiersten1985
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Re: Are you a fan of dancing honeybees?

Postby Kiersten1985 » Wed Jun 09, 2010 6:36 pm

Can we drink while watching honeybees dance?

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nematoad
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Re: Are you a fan of dancing honeybees?

Postby nematoad » Wed Jun 09, 2010 6:36 pm

the honeybees was the hardest passage and i dont know why

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Re: Are you a fan of dancing honeybees?

Postby dominkay » Wed Jun 09, 2010 6:38 pm

nematoad wrote:the honeybees was the hardest passage and i dont know why


I liked the bees! I had more trouble with the contingency fee stuff.

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Re: Are you a fan of dancing honeybees?

Postby shock259 » Wed Jun 09, 2010 6:38 pm

I still don't know what the fuck a contingency fee is.

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Re: Are you a fan of dancing honeybees?

Postby Knock » Wed Jun 09, 2010 6:55 pm

dominkay wrote:
nematoad wrote:the honeybees was the hardest passage and i dont know why


I liked the bees! I had more trouble with the contingency fee stuff.


Same.

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Re: Are you a fan of dancing honeybees?

Postby Knock » Wed Jun 09, 2010 6:55 pm

shock259 wrote:I still don't know what the fuck a contingency fee is.


A fee paid only upon successful completion of the contingency (that is, a certain condition was met that was previously agreed upon).

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Re: Are you a fan of dancing honeybees?

Postby dominkay » Wed Jun 09, 2010 7:01 pm

Knockglock wrote:
shock259 wrote:I still don't know what the fuck a contingency fee is.


A fee paid only upon successful completion of the contingency (that is, a certain condition was met that was previously agreed upon).


I feel like knowing what a contingency fee is might have actually hurt me.
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Re: Are you a fan of dancing honeybees?

Postby CMDantes » Wed Jun 09, 2010 7:02 pm

I barely remember the contingency fee passage. I only know it was the hardest one for me but that I finished it relatively confidently and on time.

That could be a completely false sense of security though.

I can't believe we have to wait so long, this is unbearable.

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Re: Are you a fan of dancing honeybees?

Postby Knock » Wed Jun 09, 2010 7:06 pm

CMDantes wrote:I barely remember the contingency fee passage. I only know it was the hardest one for me but that I finished it relatively confidently and on time.

That could be a completely false sense of security though.

I can't believe we have to wait so long, this is unbearable.


Yeah, seriously. It's a scantron test (the only part that matters that is), I see no reason why it shouldn't be graded inside of a week.

I've heard that the GMAT and GRE, since it's all on computers nowadays, you get your score before you even leave. That would be pretty nice.

This is probably just LSAC's way of torturing preparing us for the stress of law school and practicing.

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Re: Are you a fan of dancing honeybees?

Postby balzern » Wed Jun 09, 2010 7:58 pm

Knockglock wrote:
CMDantes wrote:I barely remember the contingency fee passage. I only know it was the hardest one for me but that I finished it relatively confidently and on time.

That could be a completely false sense of security though.

I can't believe we have to wait so long, this is unbearable.


Yeah, seriously. It's a scantron test (the only part that matters that is), I see no reason why it shouldn't be graded inside of a week.

I've heard that the GMAT and GRE, since it's all on computers nowadays, you get your score before you even leave. That would be pretty nice.

This is probably just LSAC's way of torturing preparing us for the stress of law school and practicing.


Or just them being the heartless sadists that they are.

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Re: Are you a fan of dancing honeybees?

Postby upfish » Wed Jun 09, 2010 8:00 pm

dominkay wrote:
Knockglock wrote:
shock259 wrote:I still don't know what the fuck a contingency fee is.


A fee paid only upon successful completion of the contingency (that is, a certain condition was met that was previously agreed upon).


I feel like knowing what a contingency fee is might have actually hurt me.


I kind of agree! And I ALSO still don't understand it, even though I'm pretty sure I got questions about it right. I mean, what the HELL.

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Re: Are you a fan of dancing honeybees?

Postby ca$hmoney69 » Wed Jun 09, 2010 9:47 pm

dominkay wrote:
nematoad wrote:the honeybees was the hardest passage and i dont know why


I liked the bees! I had more trouble with the contingency fee stuff.



same here

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Re: Are you a fan of dancing honeybees?

Postby justinmcl » Thu Jun 10, 2010 1:18 am

Drink so I do not fall asleep to thoughts of attending a chicano play about the working conditions of dancing bees while determining where to send my interns, and wondering why one does not like Spain...

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Re: Are you a fan of dancing honeybees?

Postby 380yarddrives » Thu Jun 10, 2010 10:28 am

justinmcl wrote:Drink so I do not fall asleep to thoughts of attending a chicano play about the working conditions of dancing bees while determining where to send my interns, and wondering why one does not like Spain...


Probably because of political unrest...couldn't be clouds, it's clear about 3/4 days a week there.

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Re: Are you a fan of dancing honeybees?

Postby 3|ink » Thu Jun 10, 2010 11:37 am

380yarddrives wrote:
justinmcl wrote:Drink so I do not fall asleep to thoughts of attending a chicano play about the working conditions of dancing bees while determining where to send my interns, and wondering why one does not like Spain...


Probably because of political unrest...couldn't be clouds, it's clear about 3/4 days a week there.


Probably because of Jet lag. The flight was killer.

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Re: Are you a fan of dancing honeybees?

Postby christinalsat » Thu Jun 10, 2010 1:14 pm

Does anyone remember whether the questions in the last RC were pretty straightforward? I had to read it REALLY fast, but got through all the questions. They all seemed straightforward, but I have to admit, once I found what seemed like the "right" answer I had to move on to the rest without reading the other answer choices just to get through it on time. Did folks feel like there were tricks or traps? If not, I'm probably okay.

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Re: Are you a fan of dancing honeybees?

Postby nematoad » Thu Jun 10, 2010 1:57 pm

christinalsat wrote:Does anyone remember whether the questions in the last RC were pretty straightforward? I had to read it REALLY fast, but got through all the questions. They all seemed straightforward, but I have to admit, once I found what seemed like the "right" answer I had to move on to the rest without reading the other answer choices just to get through it on time. Did folks feel like there were tricks or traps? If not, I'm probably okay.

I did the same thing and am very curious to know as well.

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Re: Are you a fan of dancing honeybees?

Postby a11 1n » Thu Jun 10, 2010 2:20 pm

ca$hmoney69 wrote:
dominkay wrote:
nematoad wrote:the honeybees was the hardest passage and i dont know why


I liked the bees! I had more trouble with the contingency fee stuff.



same here


+1

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Re: Are you a fan of dancing honeybees?

Postby mandaleni23 » Thu Jun 10, 2010 5:06 pm

Knockglock wrote:
CMDantes wrote:I barely remember the contingency fee passage. I only know it was the hardest one for me but that I finished it relatively confidently and on time.


This is probably just LSAC's way of torturing preparing us for the stress of law school and practicing.



Lol seriously...that's perfect!

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Re: Are you a fan of dancing honeybees?

Postby Hey-O » Thu Jun 10, 2010 5:13 pm

christinalsat wrote:Does anyone remember whether the questions in the last RC were pretty straightforward? I had to read it REALLY fast, but got through all the questions. They all seemed straightforward, but I have to admit, once I found what seemed like the "right" answer I had to move on to the rest without reading the other answer choices just to get through it on time. Did folks feel like there were tricks or traps? If not, I'm probably okay.


They weren't too hard. But there was one analogy question that gave people trouble. That's all I remember.




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