Your One Gallon Zip Lock Bag.

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tigersaresexy
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Re: Your One Gallon Zip Lock Bag.

Postby tigersaresexy » Fri Sep 27, 2013 1:47 am

rebexness wrote:
scoobers wrote:
phillywc wrote:
mindarmed wrote:seriously though, next week you guys should go out drinking one night to relax yourself. or spend some time with a SO/yourself relaxing. it's the best thing i did going into the test

This is solid advice. My relationship was going down the gutter at that point but I made it a point to hang out with the SO almost every day that week that I could. Really relaxed me.


Step one: get an SO


Can you buy these on Amazon Prime?

Asking for a friend.


Have you tried Craigslist? I got mine off craigslist and he was super reasonable and in usable condition.

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Re: Your One Gallon Zip Lock Bag.

Postby RobertGolddust » Fri Sep 27, 2013 10:33 am

Listed in order of priority:

Condom
Rope
Ball gag
Various lotions and oils
Incense/lighter
Jamaican Rattler
Number 2 pencil
Ham sandwich

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Re: Your One Gallon Zip Lock Bag.

Postby Kimikho » Fri Sep 27, 2013 12:36 pm

RobertGolddust wrote:Listed in order of priority:

Condom
Rope
Ball gag
Various lotions and oils
Incense/lighter
Jamaican Rattler
Number 2 pencil
Ham sandwich


Only one?

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Re: Your One Gallon Zip Lock Bag.

Postby RobertGolddust » Fri Sep 27, 2013 12:41 pm

~condom-->pull out

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Re: Your One Gallon Zip Lock Bag.

Postby akg144 » Fri Sep 27, 2013 12:44 pm

-Passport
-LSAC Ticket
-24 sharpened Ticond. pencils
-Starbucks Iced Coffee
-CLIF macademia nut bar
-5 Hour Energy
-Refresh Eye Drops
-Casio Analog Watch
-Advil

Game on!

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Re: Your One Gallon Zip Lock Bag.

Postby 062914123 » Fri Sep 27, 2013 12:49 pm

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Re: Your One Gallon Zip Lock Bag.

Postby tigersaresexy » Fri Sep 27, 2013 1:00 pm

bee wrote:
akg144 wrote:-Passport
-LSAC Ticket
-24 sharpened Ticond. pencils
-Starbucks Iced Coffee
-CLIF macademia nut bar
-5 Hour Energy
-Refresh Eye Drops
-Casio Analog Watch
-Advil

Game on!

are you serious?


Dead serious. You have to use a different pencil for every question in LR...didn't you read your ticket!?

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Re: Your One Gallon Zip Lock Bag.

Postby Sinatra » Fri Sep 27, 2013 1:29 pm

tigersaresexy wrote:
bee wrote:
akg144 wrote:-Passport
-LSAC Ticket
-24 sharpened Ticond. pencils
-Starbucks Iced Coffee
-CLIF macademia nut bar
-5 Hour Energy
-Refresh Eye Drops
-Casio Analog Watch
-Advil

Game on!

are you serious?


Dead serious. You have to use a different pencil for every question in LR...didn't you read your ticket!?

Question: Pre-sharpened or user-sharpened?

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Re: Your One Gallon Zip Lock Bag.

Postby rebexness » Fri Sep 27, 2013 1:30 pm

Dude. Always user sharpened.

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Re: Your One Gallon Zip Lock Bag.

Postby Sinatra » Fri Sep 27, 2013 1:35 pm

rebexness wrote:Dude. Always user sharpened.

Mos def. I bet I save like .5 seconds on bubbling from my user-sharpened as opposed to pre.

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Re: Your One Gallon Zip Lock Bag.

Postby 062914123 » Fri Sep 27, 2013 1:35 pm

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Re: Your One Gallon Zip Lock Bag.

Postby rebexness » Fri Sep 27, 2013 1:38 pm

bee wrote:
rebexness wrote:Dude. Always user sharpened.

pre-sharpened is ttt for real. how can you trust someone else to sharpen your pencils?!


Plus the pre-sharpened point would last for approximately ...diagramming the first LG. TTT.

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Re: Your One Gallon Zip Lock Bag.

Postby Miss-Bubbled » Fri Sep 27, 2013 8:45 pm

Wow...somehow this became a pencil thread.

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Re: Your One Gallon Zip Lock Bag.

Postby Clyde Frog » Fri Sep 27, 2013 10:31 pm

One gallon of milk.

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Re: Your One Gallon Zip Lock Bag.

Postby KingofSplitters55 » Fri Sep 27, 2013 10:37 pm

Is there a maximum on the number of pencils we can bring in?

I have a total of about 80 pencils (meant for and used during my few months of studying), so just wondering...

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Re: Your One Gallon Zip Lock Bag.

Postby drevo » Fri Sep 27, 2013 11:53 pm

LSAC should have a cooler they bring to each classroom that test takers can put beers into upon entrance and as soon as the tests are collected those who deposited beer into the cooler can immediately open and enjoy the sweet sweet taste of freedom.

Because for me I am taking this test with a buddy of mine and as soon as we are done we are heading directly to a friends house for a pre-party of a music festival in Downtown San Diego that will have 5-6 party bussess of people we know attending (I cannot describe to you how incredible it was to find out that the timing of this event). And that walk towards having a social life again would be so much better with a beer.

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Re: Your One Gallon Zip Lock Bag.

Postby Nonconsecutive » Sat Sep 28, 2013 12:17 pm

KingofSplitters55 wrote:I have a total of about 80 pencils (meant for and used during my few months of studying), so just wondering...


Based on my bag o' pencils from last time, my guess is no, as long as they fit into the bag and it can be sealed.

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Re: Your One Gallon Zip Lock Bag.

Postby akg144 » Wed Oct 02, 2013 7:39 pm

Sinatra wrote:
tigersaresexy wrote:
bee wrote:
akg144 wrote:-Passport
-LSAC Ticket
-24 sharpened Ticond. pencils
-Starbucks Iced Coffee
-CLIF macademia nut bar
-5 Hour Energy
-Refresh Eye Drops
-Casio Analog Watch
-Advil

Game on!

are you serious?


Dead serious. You have to use a different pencil for every question in LR...didn't you read your ticket!?

Question: Pre-sharpened or user-sharpened?


User sharpened bought a great electric pencil sharpener on amazon that I would commend to you if interested. I also purchased Ticond. pre-sharpened but I agree with the above posters that the pencil goes dull rather quickly leaving one in a precarious situation during LG. I recommend switching pencils every LG, I know that sounds crazy but its very natural when you do it enough when you turn the page simply place your pencil down and pick up the next one in the same motion - its honestly the easiest thing ever and it will prevent your rule notation from getting sloppy as well as subconsciously allow you to move on from the previous game (i.e. fresh start). I also like to change pencils between sections so that just as the tip is sharp I can put arrows up and circle crisp lines up (for strengthen, necc. assump, suff assump etc), down (must be true, most strongly support etc.), circle key words (role, evaluate, disagree, agree, etc) and have that sense of immediacy conveyed with the crispness of the lines.

If you think ah man whatever I could do the test with a freakin crap pencil with no eraser and never sharpen it - well fantastic good for you, I can't. But if you want to do your best in my opinion one should prepare for perfection. It would be like Tiger Woods grabbing a crap golf club and stumbling up to the hole and randomly swinging at the ball. Would any professional ever do that? Treat the LSAT like a professional take everything to the n'th degree - take care of all the little details along the way and let your brain take over and do the rest. For me it provides me it's a mental boost which could easily be 1 or 2 questions right instead of wrong that's directly attributable to planning, preparation, and the subconscious reinforcement of my ability to perform at my optimal level of cognition.

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Re: Your One Gallon Zip Lock Bag.

Postby ScottRiqui » Wed Oct 02, 2013 11:19 pm

PourMeTea wrote:....what kind of gallon bags is everyone using?

Slider or classic?


Slider. They're freezer bags, so hopefully they're "transparent" enough for the proctors.

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Re: Your One Gallon Zip Lock Bag.

Postby phillywc » Thu Oct 03, 2013 8:58 am

PourMeTea wrote:....what kind of gallon bags is everyone using?

Slider or classic?

Classic. Always classic.

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Re: Your One Gallon Zip Lock Bag.

Postby mindarmed » Thu Oct 03, 2013 10:12 am

PourMeTea wrote:....what kind of gallon bags is everyone using?

Slider or classic?


us proles cant afford your fancy sliding ziplock

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Re: Your One Gallon Zip Lock Bag.

Postby SecondWind » Thu Oct 03, 2013 11:24 am

drevo wrote:LSAC should have a cooler they bring to each classroom that test takers can put beers into upon entrance and as soon as the tests are collected those who deposited beer into the cooler can immediately open and enjoy the sweet sweet taste of freedom.

Because for me I am taking this test with a buddy of mine and as soon as we are done we are heading directly to a friends house for a pre-party of a music festival in Downtown San Diego that will have 5-6 party bussess of people we know attending (I cannot describe to you how incredible it was to find out that the timing of this event). And that walk towards having a social life again would be so much better with a beer.



I have an almost 20 year old bottle of scotch whiskey that I've saved for nearly a year. The second I finish my LSAT is the second I crack that bottle open.

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Re: Your One Gallon Zip Lock Bag.

Postby Balthy » Thu Oct 03, 2013 1:44 pm

Clyde Frog wrote:One gallon of milk.


2% or whole? I want to get this advice just right.

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Re: Your One Gallon Zip Lock Bag.

Postby rebexness » Thu Oct 03, 2013 2:29 pm

superdingle2000 wrote:
Clyde Frog wrote:One gallon of milk.


2% or whole? I want to get this advice just right.


Chocolate non-fat OF COURSE.




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