I Quit Smoking Weed to Study for the LSAT


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RobertGolddust
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Re: I Quit Smoking Weed to Study for the LSAT

Postby RobertGolddust » Sun Jul 28, 2013 2:42 pm

Lol that was actually pretty amusing, the kids a decent writer too.

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Re: I Quit Smoking Weed to Study for the LSAT

Postby Nightrunner » Sun Jul 28, 2013 2:49 pm

Remind me to make my next tagline "I don't get that son of a bitch, but man can he law."

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Re: I Quit Smoking Weed to Study for the LSAT

Postby Typhoon24 » Sun Jul 28, 2013 2:54 pm

laziest excuse for not retaking Ive ever read.

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Re: I Quit Smoking Weed to Study for the LSAT

Postby lsatyolo » Sun Jul 28, 2013 5:33 pm

This is hilarious to me because I kind of quit for the same reason. I literally woke up 5-6 times a night the first two weeks in. I used to smoke everyday but just a bowl or two after I was done with all my schoolwork, LSAT studies etc. Now I don't even miss it, which is great.

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Re: I Quit Smoking Weed to Study for the LSAT

Postby objection_your_honor » Sun Jul 28, 2013 9:49 pm

People get discouraged too easily.

Also, this bit seems like a hasty judgment for what seems to be little or no exposure to the field:

The deception, the cutthroat attitudes, the skeeziness of the whole lifestyle was better left to the terrible people who would inevitably end up running the world. Instead, I decided I’d be a writer.

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Re: I Quit Smoking Weed to Study for the LSAT

Postby RobertGolddust » Wed Sep 09, 2015 12:30 am

xx

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Re: I Quit Smoking Weed to Study for the LSAT

Postby mjsjr » Wed Sep 09, 2015 5:16 pm

objection_your_honor wrote:People get discouraged too easily.

Also, this bit seems like a hasty judgment for what seems to be little or no exposure to the field:

The deception, the cutthroat attitudes, the skeeziness of the whole lifestyle was better left to the terrible people who would inevitably end up running the world. Instead, I decided I’d be a writer.


I agree, but I think the comment may have been intended to amuse rather than represent the author's genuine feeling, though I guess it is sort of tough to tell given some of the personal qualities the author confers through his behaviors in the story.

Anyhow, it made me laugh out loud several times. Nice find.




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