Stuff the LSAT likes

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Re: Stuff the LSAT likes

Postby mapleleaf » Sat Oct 23, 2010 6:24 am

I'm thinking that if there were an African-American author who wrote about the moral and legal implications of bee colonies, as well as different methods of arrangement of bees within their colonies and habitats, and labeled each of his arguments' premises and conclusions, there could be an entire LSAT that consisted of one of his books and nothing else.

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Re: Stuff the LSAT likes

Postby incompetentia » Sat Oct 23, 2010 10:07 am

Only if his reasoning was regularly flawed. (Or, there were advertisements in the book from which they could take flawed logic)

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Re: Stuff the LSAT likes

Postby overunderachiever » Sat Oct 23, 2010 3:47 pm

Immanuel Kant.

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Re: Stuff the LSAT likes

Postby Ragged » Sat Oct 23, 2010 9:14 pm

Was watching soccer today (Newcastle vs. West Ham) and it made me think of the bus sitting arangement game.

Gutierres sits behind Hoffman in the aisle seat, right?

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Re: Stuff the LSAT likes

Postby kkklick » Sun Oct 24, 2010 10:50 am

Ragged wrote:Was watching soccer today (Newcastle vs. West Ham) and it made me think of the bus sitting arangement game.

Gutierres sits behind Hoffman in the aisle seat, right?


I hated that game so much.. Made my brain explode

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Re: Stuff the LSAT likes

Postby nStiver » Sun Oct 24, 2010 2:01 pm

kkklick wrote:
Ragged wrote:Was watching soccer today (Newcastle vs. West Ham) and it made me think of the bus sitting arangement game.

Gutierres sits behind Hoffman in the aisle seat, right?


I hated that game so much.. Made my brain explode


I think Gutierres and Hoffman both have to sit in the first row if either of them sits in the first row. Am I right?

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Re: Stuff the LSAT likes

Postby ThreeYears » Sun Oct 24, 2010 2:08 pm

Ragged wrote:Was watching soccer today (Newcastle vs. West Ham) and it made me think of the bus sitting arangement game.

Gutierres sits behind Hoffman in the aisle seat, right?

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No, the other way around.

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Re: Stuff the LSAT likes

Postby ThreeYears » Sun Oct 24, 2010 2:09 pm

nStiver wrote:
kkklick wrote:
Ragged wrote:Was watching soccer today (Newcastle vs. West Ham) and it made me think of the bus sitting arangement game.

Gutierres sits behind Hoffman in the aisle seat, right?


I hated that game so much.. Made my brain explode


I think Gutierres and Hoffman both have to sit in the first row if either of them sits in the first row. Am I right?


No.

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Re: Stuff the LSAT likes

Postby nStiver » Sun Oct 24, 2010 2:38 pm

ThreeYears wrote:
nStiver wrote:
kkklick wrote:
Ragged wrote:Was watching soccer today (Newcastle vs. West Ham) and it made me think of the bus sitting arangement game.

Gutierres sits behind Hoffman in the aisle seat, right?


I hated that game so much.. Made my brain explode


I think Gutierres and Hoffman both have to sit in the first row if either of them sits in the first row. Am I right?


No.


lol

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Re: Stuff the LSAT likes

Postby catsparka » Sun Oct 24, 2010 4:38 pm

kkklick wrote:
Ragged wrote:Was watching soccer today (Newcastle vs. West Ham) and it made me think of the bus sitting arangement game.

Gutierres sits behind Hoffman in the aisle seat, right?


I hated that game so much.. Made my brain explode


This game and the jugglers in a row game are my two least favorite LSAT games of all time.

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Re: Stuff the LSAT likes

Postby Hedwig » Sun Oct 24, 2010 5:45 pm

Keeping over 140,000 people in suspense for three weeks. It's like institutionalized hazing.

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Re: Stuff the LSAT likes

Postby kkklick » Sun Oct 24, 2010 6:25 pm

eit wrote:Keeping over 140,000 people in suspense for three weeks. It's like institutionalized hazing.

I bet they have LSAC cocktail parties where there is a huge jumbotron of TLS refreshing every minute so the employees can have a good laugh at their torturous ways

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Re: Stuff the LSAT likes

Postby incompetentia » Sun Oct 24, 2010 8:42 pm

"'Ey, boys! 'Ere's one right now cryin' 'bout gettin' a 154! Better yet, I looked 'im up! 'E's right!"

I don't know why I'm imagining LSAC employees with Cockney accents but hey

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Re: Stuff the LSAT likes

Postby CGI Fridays » Sun Oct 24, 2010 8:42 pm

Thirst.

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Re: Stuff the LSAT likes

Postby cubswin » Sun Oct 24, 2010 8:48 pm

Maybe I missed it, but I am surprised no one has said the effect of drinking coffee on one's health.

Misunderstood thinkers/artists.

Libertarianism.

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Re: Stuff the LSAT likes

Postby nStiver » Sun Oct 24, 2010 10:02 pm

Misunderstood artists/thinkers. I think this comprises 1/3 of all RC passages in of itself.
-Clowns in logic games
-moral/immoral actions in LR
-scientists from Africa coming up with using lots of interlinked computers to solve problems.




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