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Re: Univ of Georgia

Postby nickwar » Fri Jul 23, 2010 5:38 pm

eandy wrote:
JesusSmarmia wrote:
eandy wrote:I'm ready to take a deep breath and let it all go :)


So by letting it all go, you mean you'll just run to another forum to talk shit about me?

If you look at the time stamps, I did that before I posted that.



Someone's gonna make a good lawyer.

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Re: Univ of Georgia

Postby nickwar » Fri Jul 23, 2010 5:51 pm

JesusSmarmia wrote:that's fine. I don't care. . I'm not ashamed of anything I've posted here.

Edit: I'm editing my name out. Though I'm sure one of you kind people will be happy to post it again for me. This whole experience has been very instructive. adios.




Good move. If anyone brings it up at school buy them a drink and say you were messing around. Then scream in their face.

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Re: Univ of Georgia

Postby eandy » Fri Jul 23, 2010 5:53 pm

nickwar wrote:
JesusSmarmia wrote:that's fine. I don't care. . I'm not ashamed of anything I've posted here.

Edit: I'm editing my name out. Though I'm sure one of you kind people will be happy to post it again for me. This whole experience has been very instructive. adios.




Good move. If anyone brings it up at school buy them a drink and say you were messing around. Then scream in their face.

:lol:
I don't think anyone will care at school about anything anyone said on TLS.

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Re: Univ of Georgia

Postby deadpanic » Fri Jul 23, 2010 5:54 pm

nickwar wrote:
JesusSmarmia wrote:that's fine. I don't care. . I'm not ashamed of anything I've posted here.

Edit: I'm editing my name out. Though I'm sure one of you kind people will be happy to post it again for me. This whole experience has been very instructive. adios.




Good move. If anyone brings it up at school buy them a drink and say you were messing around. Then scream in their face.


With all this dude's gunning he isn't going to have time for drinks.

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Re: Univ of Georgia

Postby nickwar » Fri Jul 23, 2010 6:07 pm

eandy wrote:
nickwar wrote:
JesusSmarmia wrote:that's fine. I don't care. . I'm not ashamed of anything I've posted here.

Edit: I'm editing my name out. Though I'm sure one of you kind people will be happy to post it again for me. This whole experience has been very instructive. adios.




Good move. If anyone brings it up at school buy them a drink and say you were messing around. Then scream in their face.

:lol:
I don't think anyone will care at school about anything anyone said on TLS.


Believe me, you would be amazed. Something very similar happened last year. It's ridiculous, but it happens.

Don't underestimate a large group of people thrown into the same stressful environment with nothing else to talk about.

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Re: Univ of Georgia

Postby bacchus » Fri Jul 23, 2010 6:27 pm

the last few pages of this thread make bacchus sad :(

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Re: Univ of Georgia

Postby ellakay » Fri Jul 23, 2010 6:29 pm

nickwar wrote:
eandy wrote: :lol:
I don't think anyone will care at school about anything anyone said on TLS.


Believe me, you would be amazed. Something very similar happened last year. It's ridiculous, but it happens.

Don't underestimate a large group of people thrown into the same stressful environment with nothing else to talk about.


Agreed. People remember these things, talk about them, and pass them on to people who haven't heard. Right or wrong, it's just how things go.

Law school is just like high school, but with smarter people, higher stakes, and more alcohol. Makes for quite a combination.

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Re: Univ of Georgia

Postby TheBigMediocre » Fri Jul 23, 2010 6:35 pm

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Re: Univ of Georgia

Postby ellakay » Fri Jul 23, 2010 6:45 pm

TheBigMediocre wrote:
ellakay wrote:Law school is just like high school, but with smarter people, higher stakes, and more alcohol. Makes for quite a combination.


You forgot to mention generally less-attractive people as well.



I don't know...on the whole, my section had a lot more attractive people than I expected.

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Re: Univ of Georgia

Postby bacchus » Fri Jul 23, 2010 6:48 pm

i realize this is very off-topic, but i'm wondering if there's anyone posting in this thread who's spent significant time working out at the ramsey center. specifically i guess i just want to know if it's usually really crowded, because i'm considering a membership at a local private gym if ramsey is always swamped by frat boys curling in the squat racks.

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Re: Univ of Georgia

Postby bacchus » Fri Jul 23, 2010 6:49 pm

ellakay wrote:
TheBigMediocre wrote:
ellakay wrote:Law school is just like high school, but with smarter people, higher stakes, and more alcohol. Makes for quite a combination.


You forgot to mention generally less-attractive people as well.



I don't know...on the whole, my section had a lot more attractive people than I expected.


isn't there some kind of stigma against dating within your section? i feel like i've heard that before.

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Re: Univ of Georgia

Postby Matteliszt » Fri Jul 23, 2010 6:59 pm

TheBigMediocre wrote:
ellakay wrote:Law school is just like high school, but with smarter people, higher stakes, and more alcohol. Makes for quite a combination.


You forgot to mention generally less-attractive people as well.



Except for you baby boy.

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Re: Univ of Georgia

Postby Southernlaw57 » Fri Jul 23, 2010 7:24 pm

Hate to break up the interesting discussion going on in here today, but I have a very important question.

Do many 1Ls make the trip down to Jacksonville for GA/FL?

Just wondering if its possible to do without a fall break and since it is so late into the semester.

Thanks.

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Re: Univ of Georgia

Postby eandy » Fri Jul 23, 2010 7:25 pm

Southernlaw57 wrote:Hate to break up the interesting discussion going on in here today, but I have a very important question.

Do many 1Ls make the trip down to Jacksonville for GA/FL?

Just wondering if its possible to do without a fall break and since it is so late into the semester.

Thanks.

jennylynn says our memo is due around then. If I can get it done before hand, or close enough to done, I want to go.

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Re: Univ of Georgia

Postby jennylynn » Fri Jul 23, 2010 9:43 pm

Southernlaw57 wrote:Hate to break up the interesting discussion going on in here today, but I have a very important question.

Do many 1Ls make the trip down to Jacksonville for GA/FL?

Just wondering if its possible to do without a fall break and since it is so late into the semester.

Thanks.

I didn't know if any that went (although a few may, obviously) because I think the memo was due around then. But the schedule may be different enough to let you guys go. :)

Oh, and yeah there are quite a few really attractive people. I thought everybody was going to be nice and nerdy, but the Greek system sent us some of its brightest and hottest. lol :)

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Re: Univ of Georgia

Postby TheBigMediocre » Fri Jul 23, 2010 9:57 pm

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Re: Univ of Georgia

Postby jennylynn » Fri Jul 23, 2010 10:00 pm

Allegedly it's always super crowded the first couple weeks as those with good intentions flood the gym, but it tapers out. And as TBM said, time is probably a factor since it is with most gyms. It's a beautiful facility, I think. :)

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Re: Univ of Georgia

Postby TheBigMediocre » Fri Jul 23, 2010 10:05 pm

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Re: Univ of Georgia

Postby bacchus » Fri Jul 23, 2010 10:10 pm

TheBigMediocre wrote:
bacchus wrote:i realize this is very off-topic, but i'm wondering if there's anyone posting in this thread who's spent significant time working out at the ramsey center. specifically i guess i just want to know if it's usually really crowded, because i'm considering a membership at a local private gym if ramsey is always swamped by frat boys curling in the squat racks.


What time are you going to work out bacchus? That is largely going to be the factor that decides how crowded it is. And what private gym are you looking at? Omni? I've thought about becoming a member at Omni for the same reasons you're thinking.

Also? guy or girl? cardio or lifting? Sorry for the 3rd degree but I'm looking for a workout buddy.


haha no, i'm glad you asked TBM! i'm a guy, and i've been lifting 3x/week. i usually do big compound lifts - a squat, push and a pull each time in the gym... i roughly follow Stronglifts.com's version of the 5x5. i was thinking about training at The Hardcore Gym, but it's pretty expensive, and probably not in the budget at least for the fall.

as far as when i'm going to work out, it really doesn't matter to me too much. as long as i can get there at a time that fits my schedule and that won't be exceedingly busy, i'm usually pretty flexible. during undergrad i worked out late at night a lot, which was nice because it was a lot less crowded.

if our workout styles seem compatible to you, we should definitely hit the gym together!

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Re: Univ of Georgia

Postby cake » Fri Jul 23, 2010 10:11 pm

nickwar wrote:
eandy wrote:
nickwar wrote:
JesusSmarmia wrote:that's fine. I don't care. . I'm not ashamed of anything I've posted here.

Edit: I'm editing my name out. Though I'm sure one of you kind people will be happy to post it again for me. This whole experience has been very instructive. adios.




Good move. If anyone brings it up at school buy them a drink and say you were messing around. Then scream in their face.

:lol:
I don't think anyone will care at school about anything anyone said on TLS.


Believe me, you would be amazed. Something very similar happened last year. It's ridiculous, but it happens.

Don't underestimate a large group of people thrown into the same stressful environment with nothing else to talk about.

Shhh, he probably still lurks here!

ellakay wrote:
TheBigMediocre wrote:
ellakay wrote:Law school is just like high school, but with smarter people, higher stakes, and more alcohol. Makes for quite a combination.


You forgot to mention generally less-attractive people as well.



I don't know...on the whole, my section had a lot more attractive people than I expected.

Mine, too. Though we may have been in the same section. I don't know who you are :P

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Re: Univ of Georgia

Postby missvik218 » Sat Jul 24, 2010 1:22 am

jennylynn wrote:Oh, and yeah there are quite a few really attractive people. I thought everybody was going to be nice and nerdy, but the Greek system sent us some of its brightest and hottest. lol :)

Um, we are going to need to pow wow when you get to town. Deal?

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Re: Univ of Georgia

Postby missvik218 » Sat Jul 24, 2010 10:12 am

eandy wrote:
Southernlaw57 wrote:Hate to break up the interesting discussion going on in here today, but I have a very important question.

Do many 1Ls make the trip down to Jacksonville for GA/FL?

Just wondering if its possible to do without a fall break and since it is so late into the semester.

Thanks.

jennylynn says our memo is due around then. If I can get it done before hand, or close enough to done, I want to go.

Same, I've totally been planning on road tripping to Jacksonville!

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Re: Univ of Georgia

Postby jennylynn » Sat Jul 24, 2010 12:25 pm

TheBigMediocre wrote:Jennylynn, any knowledge/experience of the UGA Law Ambassadors program? I'm thinking about trying to get that gig in order to get firm contacts but I'm sure you have to do a bunch of bitchwork also.

I didn't do that so I'm probably not the person to ask. But I can point you to people to did do it once we all get to school. :)

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Re: Univ of Georgia

Postby nickwar » Sat Jul 24, 2010 6:19 pm

bacchus wrote:
TheBigMediocre wrote:
bacchus wrote:i realize this is very off-topic, but i'm wondering if there's anyone posting in this thread who's spent significant time working out at the ramsey center. specifically i guess i just want to know if it's usually really crowded, because i'm considering a membership at a local private gym if ramsey is always swamped by frat boys curling in the squat racks.


What time are you going to work out bacchus? That is largely going to be the factor that decides how crowded it is. And what private gym are you looking at? Omni? I've thought about becoming a member at Omni for the same reasons you're thinking.

Also? guy or girl? cardio or lifting? Sorry for the 3rd degree but I'm looking for a workout buddy.


haha no, i'm glad you asked TBM! i'm a guy, and i've been lifting 3x/week. i usually do big compound lifts - a squat, push and a pull each time in the gym... i roughly follow Stronglifts.com's version of the 5x5. i was thinking about training at The Hardcore Gym, but it's pretty expensive, and probably not in the budget at least for the fall.

as far as when i'm going to work out, it really doesn't matter to me too much. as long as i can get there at a time that fits my schedule and that won't be exceedingly busy, i'm usually pretty flexible. during undergrad i worked out late at night a lot, which was nice because it was a lot less crowded.

if our workout styles seem compatible to you, we should definitely hit the gym together!



Bacchus, I train at the Hardcore Gym and can answer any questions you have about it. It's really worth the $$$. Plus, depending on what you want to do, it can be a fair price. I spend $80/month to train however much I want grappling/boxing/lifting/etc. That's WAY less than pretty much any other mma gym in the Atlanta area (believe me, I've tried almost all of them.) Not to mention Adam and Rory Singer and their other coaches are literally some of the best in the nation.

Hardcore was one of the main reasons I stayed in Athens for law school and it really kept me sane through 1L. It's worth it. PM if you have any questions.

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Re: Univ of Georgia

Postby TheBigMediocre » Sat Jul 24, 2010 6:39 pm

nickwar wrote:Bacchus, I train at the Hardcore Gym and can answer any questions you have about it. It's really worth the $$$. Plus, depending on what you want to do, it can be a fair price. I spend $80/month to train however much I want grappling/boxing/lifting/etc. That's WAY less than pretty much any other mma gym in the Atlanta area (believe me, I've tried almost all of them.) Not to mention Adam and Rory Singer and their other coaches are literally some of the best in the nation.

Hardcore was one of the main reasons I stayed in Athens for law school and it really kept me sane through 1L. It's worth it. PM if you have any questions.


PM'd




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