Early Withdrawal: Now's the time, please.

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adameus
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Re: Early Withdrawal: Now's the time, please.

Postby adameus » Wed Mar 24, 2010 3:25 pm

crackberry wrote:
adameus wrote:
CardinalRules wrote:Withdrawing from:

UCLA $
USC
BU $
Texas $
Georgetown
Duke
Penn
Berkeley

Soon to withdraw:

NYU $
Columbia $
Yale


I wonder if that will be Yale's first withdrawal this cycle?

There are others posted on LSN. Like 3 or 4, maybe 2. I forget. At least 2.


lol, you know you can go back and delete things you type? Just seemed like a sentence you would say, but not type... :P

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Re: Early Withdrawal: Now's the time, please.

Postby crackberry » Wed Mar 24, 2010 3:40 pm

adameus wrote:lol, you know you can go back and delete things you type? Just seemed like a sentence you would say, but not type... :P

Eh, I got so far along and then didn't care enough to edit.

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Re: Early Withdrawal: Now's the time, please.

Postby astro1819 » Tue Mar 30, 2010 3:08 pm

Despite the fact that I don't think it'll help that much, I figured I would still post here to give people hope. Today I started the withdrawal train:

Emory $$
W&M $$$
BU $$
Maryland

Cornell (pending)
Duke (WL)
Northwestern (WL)

Hope this gives some of you a fighting chance.

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starrydecisus
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Re: Early Withdrawal: Now's the time, please.

Postby starrydecisus » Tue Mar 30, 2010 11:08 pm

I sense more withdrawals coming as the April 1 scholarship deadline for many schools approaches....

lawyering
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Re: Early Withdrawal: Now's the time, please.

Postby lawyering » Wed Mar 31, 2010 11:48 am

Just withdrew from:

Columbia
NYU
Berkeley

Hope that helps a few people!! =)

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Re: Early Withdrawal: Now's the time, please.

Postby burkinafaso » Wed Mar 31, 2010 12:03 pm

Just withdrew from the Fordham part-time WL. Don't know if it'll help anyone...but if you're on the GW part-time WL...I would appreciate reciprocity 8)

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eye
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Re: Early Withdrawal: Now's the time, please.

Postby eye » Wed Mar 31, 2010 12:12 pm

Withdrew from:

-Univ. of South Carolina $$
-W & M $$
-GW
-Univ. of Illinois $
-American

Good Luck!

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Re: Early Withdrawal: Now's the time, please.

Postby redsox » Wed Mar 31, 2010 12:32 pm

finalaspects wrote:i understand your issue on this, but i can't understand your attitude over it. then again i don't understand putting up a nazi general as your icon picture that supported, murdered, and defended the country that committed atrocious crimes either.


I'm learning so much here:
A) Rommel was a Nazi?
B) He supported Germany, murdered Germany, and defended Germany?

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Re: Early Withdrawal: Now's the time, please.

Postby jlnoa0915 » Wed Mar 31, 2010 12:35 pm

Withdrew from Florida State with 12k scholarship. That was painful

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Re: Early Withdrawal: Now's the time, please.

Postby 09042014 » Wed Mar 31, 2010 12:41 pm

redsox wrote:
finalaspects wrote:i understand your issue on this, but i can't understand your attitude over it. then again i don't understand putting up a nazi general as your icon picture that supported, murdered, and defended the country that committed atrocious crimes either.


I'm learning so much here:
A) Rommel was a Nazi?
B) He supported Germany, murdered Germany, and defended Germany?


A) All Officers in the German military took loyalty oaths. But Rommel appeared to be apolitical.

B)Rommel didn't murder anyone. The Afrika Korps never committed atrocities and Rommel never complied with any orders to ship Jewish French, or Jewish POWs to camps.

Rommel was killed by the Nazi party after he join the conspiracy to murder Hitler.

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cardinalandgold
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Re: Early Withdrawal: Now's the time, please.

Postby cardinalandgold » Wed Mar 31, 2010 12:42 pm

Withdrew from the following this week:

-Emory
-ND with $$
-Illinois with $$
-BU WL
-GW WL

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Re: Early Withdrawal: Now's the time, please.

Postby charlesjd » Wed Mar 31, 2010 12:42 pm

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Re: Early Withdrawal: Now's the time, please.

Postby IAFG » Wed Mar 31, 2010 12:43 pm

Desert Fox wrote:
redsox wrote:
finalaspects wrote:i understand your issue on this, but i can't understand your attitude over it. then again i don't understand putting up a nazi general as your icon picture that supported, murdered, and defended the country that committed atrocious crimes either.


I'm learning so much here:
A) Rommel was a Nazi?
B) He supported Germany, murdered Germany, and defended Germany?


A) All Officers in the German military took loyalty oaths. But Rommel appeared to be apolitical.

B)Rommel didn't murder anyone. The Afrika Korps never committed atrocities and Rommel never complied with any orders to ship Jewish French, or Jewish POWs to camps.

Rommel was killed by the Nazi party after he join the conspiracy to murder Hitler.


my bf in germany had this really bad-ass map that showed what germany considered to be "germany" during the war, including a chunk of africa.

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Re: Early Withdrawal: Now's the time, please.

Postby 09042014 » Wed Mar 31, 2010 12:47 pm

IAFG wrote:
Desert Fox wrote:
redsox wrote:
finalaspects wrote:i understand your issue on this, but i can't understand your attitude over it. then again i don't understand putting up a nazi general as your icon picture that supported, murdered, and defended the country that committed atrocious crimes either.


I'm learning so much here:
A) Rommel was a Nazi?
B) He supported Germany, murdered Germany, and defended Germany?


A) All Officers in the German military took loyalty oaths. But Rommel appeared to be apolitical.

B)Rommel didn't murder anyone. The Afrika Korps never committed atrocities and Rommel never complied with any orders to ship Jewish French, or Jewish POWs to camps.

Rommel was killed by the Nazi party after he join the conspiracy to murder Hitler.


my bf in germany had this really bad-ass map that showed what germany considered to be "germany" during the war, including a chunk of africa.


It is funny to us now but in 1939 almost every country in Africa was owned by a European power. The only reason it isn't still being done, is because America wasn't much for colonization, and the old European powers didn't have the economic and military power to hold onto their empires anymore.

France tried to regain hers, but failed pretty miserably.

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Re: Early Withdrawal: Now's the time, please.

Postby IAFG » Wed Mar 31, 2010 12:49 pm

Desert Fox wrote:
It is funny to us now but in 1939 almost every country in Africa was owned by a European power. The only reason it isn't still being done, is because America wasn't much for colonization, and the old European powers didn't have the economic and military power to hold onto their empires anymore.

France tried to regain hers, but failed pretty miserably.

it is REALLY funny to me bc my ex had no idea what it was, just put it up to have a map. like, didn't notice that the country borders didn't reflect reality.

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Re: Early Withdrawal: Now's the time, please.

Postby redsox » Wed Mar 31, 2010 12:50 pm

Desert Fox wrote:Rommel was killed by the Nazi party after he join the conspiracy to murder Hitler.


Well, he killed himself.

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Re: Early Withdrawal: Now's the time, please.

Postby 09042014 » Wed Mar 31, 2010 1:24 pm

redsox wrote:
Desert Fox wrote:Rommel was killed by the Nazi party after he join the conspiracy to murder Hitler.


Well, he killed himself.


Forced suicide. His family was to be spared if he did it himself rather than face trial.

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Re: Early Withdrawal: Now's the time, please.

Postby Eazy E » Wed Mar 31, 2010 1:46 pm

Just withdrew from Minnesota and Indiana. Hope that frees up some spaces and money for ya'll

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Re: Early Withdrawal: Now's the time, please.

Postby hotdog123 » Wed Mar 31, 2010 1:58 pm

Desert Fox wrote:
redsox wrote:
Desert Fox wrote:Rommel was killed by the Nazi party after he join the conspiracy to murder Hitler.


Well, he killed himself.


Forced suicide. His family was to be spared if he did it himself rather than face trial.


Found this interesting...


Churchill, on hearing of Rommel's death:
"He also deserves our respect, because, although a loyal German soldier, he came to hate Hitler and all his works, and took part in the conspiracy to rescue Germany by displacing the maniac and tyrant. For this, he paid the forfeit of his life. In the somber wars of modern democracy, there is little place for chivalry."

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Re: Early Withdrawal: Now's the time, please.

Postby starrydecisus » Thu Apr 01, 2010 11:04 am

Just withdrew from Alabama with a full ride and book stipend. That was painful.

Hope the $$ can go to someone else!

Edit: I also just withdrew from FSU with a full ride. Today was very painful. Love FSU, and hope someone else can benefit from this scholly.

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Re: Early Withdrawal: Now's the time, please.

Postby apparentlymargarita » Wed Apr 14, 2010 8:56 pm

Withdrew from Duke (JD/LLM), Cornell, and GULC last week. Hope that helps somebody!




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