PS if you don't know what movie that's from, go put your head in a microwave.
I've been busy so I thought I would update you on The Haps:
I received my score (finally) for my second run of the LSAT and kicked its monkey ass. Hence, I've been busy throwing together applications and picking out law schools. Here's what is kind of funny about this:
After you sign up for the LSAT, you start getting emails from schools telling you to apply there because they've waived the application fee (usually around $75). These are usually the "St. Mary's School of Law/Tire Repair Center" sorts of schools, so they go straight to the garbage bin.
After my first test- which was good but not great- I started getting emails from at least some respectable schools. Granted, some schools never waive their fees for anybody, but I was still getting the suspicion that scores are released to schools ahead of any applications.
After this test, which rocked, I've been getting top schools offering to waive their fees. Good deal, right? But do I really want to go to UCLA or Virginia? Not particularly.
But here's the funny part. I received an email from the University of Alabama law program (craptastic from what I've read) and was going to delete it, but first I saw this gem:
If you apply, we’ll:
1. Waive your application fee, and2. Present you with 20 free music downloads on iTunes®
Seriously? Bribing students to apply with iTunes downloads?
I went to one 'test' workout, got my ass kicked, and have since gone to another (for another ass whooping) and signed up. It's ridiculously expensive, but an awesome workout and some of the chicks there have legs/asses like I've never seen. Sorry, but it's the truth.
#3 Riding A Bull
I won't be providing an explanation for this one.
I've also drank for 6 nights straight, made fun of a girl for having puffy cheeks because I didn't know she had Crohn's disease, had the best cup of coffee ever, slept on a wooden floor with my coat as a pillow, and had my car crunched in a hit-and-run.
Maybe it's time to calm down life a notch.
Caleb "My poor car" Shreves