AA, queer female 3.2, homeless in Hawaii

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r6_philly
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Re: AA, queer female 3.2, homeless in Hawaii

Postby r6_philly » Fri Nov 05, 2010 1:43 am

Ragged wrote:
r6_philly wrote:
reaisan wrote:
Either way, there are not a lot of people of Caribbean-blacks period let alone in top law schools. I am a very underrepresented minority.


Not to nitpick, but if there are not a lot at all, then you are not underrepresented. You are simply rare :wink:

Regardless, I still think that fact will trump your softs for reasons I don't agree. But my kids will have a much easier time than I should they entertain law school in the future lol



If they do, you have failed as a parent.


Are you implying that all our parents have failed as parents?

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Re: AA, queer female 3.2, homeless in Hawaii

Postby Ragged » Fri Nov 05, 2010 1:34 pm

r6_philly wrote:
Ragged wrote:
r6_philly wrote:
reaisan wrote:
Either way, there are not a lot of people of Caribbean-blacks period let alone in top law schools. I am a very underrepresented minority.


Not to nitpick, but if there are not a lot at all, then you are not underrepresented. You are simply rare :wink:

Regardless, I still think that fact will trump your softs for reasons I don't agree. But my kids will have a much easier time than I should they entertain law school in the future lol



If they do, you have failed as a parent.


Are you implying that all our parents have failed as parents?


Their ignorance of the realities of the legal profession is excusable. Yours is not.




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