EvergreenStateLady wrote:crazyhazy wrote:Would you cut off 2.2 years of your life (and no you don't get to know when you're going to die, so it could be immediate but would hopefully be 101-103.2) to increase your LSAT by 10 points?
No but my husband is the LSAT taker not me. I can't judge well unless I was in his shoes or someone elses.
Also I had one great grandma who made it to be 113, one who made it to be 102, one who lived to be somewhere in her early 90's, and one who died in her 60's from cancer probably from smoking. I feel like I have a pretty good chance of making it past 100.
Hmm... Yesterday at work someone asked why my expense forecast for 2018 increased by $400k. I answered "we'll all be dead by then" and walked away. Seriously.