I see this kind of thing all the time. As much as RR is getting railed on, I bet he is extremely intelligent (academically) and will do very well on this test. Social tact however, isn't something you can learn from a book. Some people are brilliant but struggle with their day to day human interactions (Aspergers?). I feel like a lot of potential law students are like this, which is why the there is a lot of backlash for the LSAT as a gauge of law school or career success.
I'm not socially handicapped, if that's what you're implying! I got railed on because some guy misread my comment, ignored my swift explanation of it, and then continued to be a cabbage patch kid for ~4 posts. Would you be quiet if the guy said he could piss on your score after you were nice enough to help another test taker who received lower scores than you did? I didn't think so.[/quote]
I would probably care less about what some faceless stranger on the internet is saying about me (just realized AE's face is featured rather prominently, but you get the idea)...
You gotta pick your battles man. You'll have plenty of time to argue with opposing counsel in court once you get your 170+ and ace law school. Just take a breather and stop giving people material to rag on you with.