Things I've learned from the LSAT

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TruHoosier
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Things I've learned from the LSAT

Postby TruHoosier » Sat Oct 09, 2010 5:04 pm

-Bees do dances for other bees in their hive to show them where food is located.

-Dinosaurs didn't necessarily become extinct from asteroids or an ice age.

-Don't ever trust "some critics."

-While it looks harmless, excess amounts of plankton can have devastating effects on the environment.

-Consuming glucose or sugars will counter the weight-loss effects of a low-fat diet.

-We shoud all feel guilty about how Native Americans were once treated.

Anyone have anything else to add?

LSATNightmares
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Re: Things I've learned from the LSAT

Postby LSATNightmares » Sat Oct 09, 2010 5:06 pm

Oh my gosh! I'm sooooo sick of the honeybee dance! It was on the June LSAT as well and previous PTs! Can't they write about other animal stuff???

Gandalf205
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Re: Things I've learned from the LSAT

Postby Gandalf205 » Sat Oct 09, 2010 5:07 pm

Criticism of minority writers and poets is never justified.

pattymac
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Re: Things I've learned from the LSAT

Postby pattymac » Sat Oct 09, 2010 5:09 pm

man i guess i can put this here. this girl (who was really sweet) yelled out today at my center "why do they call it games? it aint fun!" I died.

Also, anyone else remember the thread that read "LSAT's biggest mystery solved?" I don't know who started it or when, but anytime I cross any dinosaur passage, I stop and think about it and laugh.




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