Proctor asked me out after LSAT. Should I report to LSAC?

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Re: Proctor asked me out after LSAT. Should I report to LSAC?

Postby Platodium » Sun Feb 10, 2013 3:25 pm

threaten to sue on what grounds? ruining his life how? i would imagine this case case would get laughed out of court/lsac's department

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Postby jasonbound » Sun Feb 10, 2013 4:14 pm

bizzybone1313 wrote:OP is a perfect example of what is wrong with American women: Unapproachable, snobby and usually delusional in terms of how attractive they really are (especially if they do not have a three layer cake of makeup on). Right now, I am dating a foreign born Flipana. I spit game at her in a parking lot at a local college. She is like a fresh breath of air. The only problem with her is she has a kid, but she still has a banging body (I have seen it without clothes already). :). My goal is to marry an educated, foreign born Asian girl.


LOL

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Postby Mik Ekim » Sun Feb 10, 2013 6:38 pm

bizzybone1313 wrote:OP is a perfect example of what is wrong with American women: Unapproachable, snobby and usually delusional in terms of how attractive they really are (especially if they do not have a three layer cake of makeup on). Right now, I am dating a foreign born Flipana. I spit game at her in a parking lot at a local college. She is like a fresh breath of air. The only problem with her is she has a kid, but she still has a banging body (I have seen it without clothes already). :). My goal is to marry an educated, foreign born Asian girl.


Not sure if, as an asian, I should find this offensive in some way, but this is pretty damn funny.

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Postby rftdd888 » Mon Feb 11, 2013 2:44 am

yeah bizzybone had the best post of the thread way back on the first page huh

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Postby jmart154 » Mon Feb 11, 2013 11:36 am

Our OP has mysteriously disappeared into the depths of nothingness....

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Postby thelawdoctor » Mon Feb 11, 2013 4:56 pm

Platodium wrote:threaten to sue on what grounds? ruining his life how? i would imagine this case case would get laughed out of court/lsac's department


people threaten to sue for a lot less a lot more often

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Postby wtrc » Mon Feb 11, 2013 6:23 pm

You should craft your entire personal statement (and for Yale, 250 worder) on this incident and how it changed your life.

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Postby Theopliske8711 » Mon Feb 11, 2013 6:29 pm

Gimme 2 extra minutes on each section and I would go very far with him/her (I'm a straight male).

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Postby Funkycrime » Tue Feb 12, 2013 12:35 am

Responses to OP gave me hope in TLS.

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Postby BerkeleyBear » Tue Feb 12, 2013 12:38 am

Funkycrime wrote:Responses to OP gave me hope in TLS.


+1

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Postby 20130312 » Tue Feb 12, 2013 1:08 am

Funkycrime wrote:Responses to OP gave me hope in TLS.

stfu noob

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Postby shntn » Tue Feb 12, 2013 10:54 am

Pinky Dinky wrote:I am not sure if anything can be gained by reporting to LSAC but I hope this does not reflect negatively on me.

Does either one of us have a duty or an obligation to report to LSAC?

Pics.

And no, I wouldn't report the person.

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Postby Pinky Dinky » Tue Feb 12, 2013 11:12 pm

cgw wrote:
ohpobrecito wrote:
cinephile wrote:It's pretty creepy for anyone who is in a position of power of you to ask you out. Even if there's no explicit quid pro quo, it's implied and anyone with taste and sense would know better than to ask you out in this situation.


This is my feeling on the matter as well. However, if he just said something like, "hey, here's my number maybe we can get coffee some time" there doesn't seem to be too much harm there. I personally wouldn't be bothered enough to do anything about it. On the other hand, if it was more along the lines of, "hey, I haven't had sex in two years and I really want to lick your tits. Here's my number, call me" then yeah, I'd report that.


Ha! This made me chuckle. :lol:

OMG, you people all have the wrong idea. I did not want to report the proctor because the proctor hit on me; but more so to make sure that neither of us were in a conflict position.

I am on the East Coast where it was snowed in. I arrived late at the testing center. Everyone else was about to start the LSAT but this proctor took me into an empty classroom where I wrote the LSAT all by myself alone under this proctor's supervision. I suppose the proctor felt some chemistry, that I did not intend to convey.

More importantly, the proctor was exceptionally kind, giving me about 5 to 10 minutes extra on each section. The proctor did not have a stopwatch; we just kept time by looking at the analog clock on the wall. The proctor kept going out and coming back into the room where I was writing. During the RC, LG and LR2 sections the proctor left and returned 10-15 minutes after the 35 minute mark. So if I were to report the proctor to LSAC (as in file a complaint), I could risk my score being nullified.

Sheesh. Everyone here is a pervert.

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Postby stuckinthemiddle » Tue Feb 12, 2013 11:21 pm

Assuming this isn't a joke, then you are one lucky girl :lol: You'd better have scored 170+!!!

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Postby mephistopheles » Tue Feb 12, 2013 11:26 pm

Desert Fox wrote:
bizzybone1313 wrote:OP is a perfect example of what is wrong with American women: Unapproachable, snobby and usually delusional in terms of how attractive they really are (especially if they do not have a three layer cake of makeup on). Right now, I am dating a foreign born Flipana. I spit game at her in a parking lot at a local college. She is like a fresh breath of air. The only problem with her is she has a kid, but she still has a banging body (I have seen it without clothes already). :). My goal is to marry an educated, foreign born Asian girl.


lol

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Postby suralin » Wed Feb 13, 2013 12:12 am

Pinky Dinky wrote:
cgw wrote:
ohpobrecito wrote:
cinephile wrote:It's pretty creepy for anyone who is in a position of power of you to ask you out. Even if there's no explicit quid pro quo, it's implied and anyone with taste and sense would know better than to ask you out in this situation.


This is my feeling on the matter as well. However, if he just said something like, "hey, here's my number maybe we can get coffee some time" there doesn't seem to be too much harm there. I personally wouldn't be bothered enough to do anything about it. On the other hand, if it was more along the lines of, "hey, I haven't had sex in two years and I really want to lick your tits. Here's my number, call me" then yeah, I'd report that.


Ha! This made me chuckle. :lol:

OMG, you people all have the wrong idea. I did not want to report the proctor because the proctor hit on me; but more so to make sure that neither of us were in a conflict position.

I am on the East Coast where it was snowed in. I arrived late at the testing center. Everyone else was about to start the LSAT but this proctor took me into an empty classroom where I wrote the LSAT all by myself alone under this proctor's supervision. I suppose the proctor felt some chemistry, that I did not intend to convey.

More importantly, the proctor was exceptionally kind, giving me about 5 to 10 minutes extra on each section. The proctor did not have a stopwatch; we just kept time by looking at the analog clock on the wall. The proctor kept going out and coming back into the room where I was writing. During the RC, LG and LR2 sections the proctor left and returned 10-15 minutes after the 35 minute mark. So if I were to report the proctor to LSAC (as in file a complaint), I could risk my score being nullified.

Sheesh. Everyone here is a pervert.


Wait what? That's ridiculous, but lucky you, I guess?

ETA: Dammit, should've went with my gut instinct that this was/is a flame.
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Re: Proctor asked me out after LSAT. Should I report to LSAC?

Postby efi36 » Wed Feb 13, 2013 2:31 am

Pinky Dinky wrote:
cgw wrote:
ohpobrecito wrote:
cinephile wrote:It's pretty creepy for anyone who is in a position of power of you to ask you out. Even if there's no explicit quid pro quo, it's implied and anyone with taste and sense would know better than to ask you out in this situation.


This is my feeling on the matter as well. However, if he just said something like, "hey, here's my number maybe we can get coffee some time" there doesn't seem to be too much harm there. I personally wouldn't be bothered enough to do anything about it. On the other hand, if it was more along the lines of, "hey, I haven't had sex in two years and I really want to lick your tits. Here's my number, call me" then yeah, I'd report that.


Ha! This made me chuckle. :lol:

OMG, you people all have the wrong idea. I did not want to report the proctor because the proctor hit on me; but more so to make sure that neither of us were in a conflict position.

I am on the East Coast where it was snowed in. I arrived late at the testing center. Everyone else was about to start the LSAT but this proctor took me into an empty classroom where I wrote the LSAT all by myself alone under this proctor's supervision. I suppose the proctor felt some chemistry, that I did not intend to convey.

More importantly, the proctor was exceptionally kind, giving me about 5 to 10 minutes extra on each section. The proctor did not have a stopwatch; we just kept time by looking at the analog clock on the wall. The proctor kept going out and coming back into the room where I was writing. During the RC, LG and LR2 sections the proctor left and returned 10-15 minutes after the 35 minute mark. So if I were to report the proctor to LSAC (as in file a complaint), I could risk my score being nullified.

Sheesh. Everyone here is a pervert.


What a fucking troll.

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Postby rouser » Wed Feb 13, 2013 2:40 am

Pinky Dinky wrote:nah, he asked to inspect my ziploc...I told him it was sealed

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Postby jcccc » Wed Feb 13, 2013 3:17 am

Flame

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Postby Crowing » Wed Feb 13, 2013 3:27 am

This thread delivered.

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Postby dirtrida2 » Wed Feb 13, 2013 4:06 am

All that for a damn troll :roll:

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Postby crestor » Wed Feb 13, 2013 8:06 am

lol

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Re: Proctor asked me out after LSAT. Should I report to LSAC?

Postby Sheffield » Wed Feb 13, 2013 10:42 am

In a couple weeks we should return to this thread to see what LSAT score Pinky says she received on her pretend test. I am guessing she will claim 167.

One caveat, on the off-the-wall chance that this thread is legit and she really did take the test, my prediction 156.

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Postby Cicero76 » Wed Feb 13, 2013 9:55 pm

Sheffield wrote:In a couple weeks we should return to this thread to see what LSAT score Pinky says she received on her pretend test. I am guessing she will claim 167.

One caveat, on the off-the-wall chance that this thread is legit and she really did take the test, my prediction 156.


How the hell is 169 not TCR?

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Re: Proctor asked me out after LSAT. Should I report to LSAC?

Postby bizzybone1313 » Wed Feb 13, 2013 10:05 pm

Pinky Dinky wrote:
cgw wrote:
ohpobrecito wrote:
cinephile wrote:It's pretty creepy for anyone who is in a position of power of you to ask you out. Even if there's no explicit quid pro quo, it's implied and anyone with taste and sense would know better than to ask you out in this situation.


This is my feeling on the matter as well. However, if he just said something like, "hey, here's my number maybe we can get coffee some time" there doesn't seem to be too much harm there. I personally wouldn't be bothered enough to do anything about it. On the other hand, if it was more along the lines of, "hey, I haven't had sex in two years and I really want to lick your tits. Here's my number, call me" then yeah, I'd report that.


this proctor took me into an empty classroom


And did what with you?




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