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That's one sexy suit.
Quote: Originally Posted by Connemara Pursuing a J.D. without the intent of becoming an attorney is idiotic. Not as idiotic as pursuing nothing with no clear intentions of doing anything. A JD is a powerful degree that opens a lot of doors.
Quote: Originally Posted by rach2jlc Awww, thanks, dear. Unfortunately, given some changes in my schedule and work this summer, I won`t be in your neck-of-the-woods. So, we`ll have to postpone our date for a bit... but don`t worry, I will make it worth the wait.
Quote: Originally Posted by pg600rr I was in the same boat after my 1st year, seriously contemplated leaving, I am now startin my 3l and am very happy i didnt leave... will i enjoy my job after i get out of law school? who knows, but i dont think i would base my decision about whether or not you'd enjoy a legal career based on whether or not you like law school (especially 1st year) ...in a very similar boat. I seriously considered dropping...
Quote: Originally Posted by username79 3 series is a luxury car now? "Only" 108? Hell, I have 37K on my '06 ZHP and it's getting into clunker territory for me. 3 series is not a luxury car? I realize it's at the lower end of BMW's spectrum, but that spectrum has a mighty costly entry ticket, and the rides are all pretty damned sweet.
If the fight ever goes down I'm in for $20 against the pacman. I'll be waiting!
P.S. My recs are for new or very slightly used cars. I wouldn't personally buy a car with more than 25k miles on the odometer.
I think you've only got a few viable, reliable, enjoyable options: Honda Civic, Mazda 3, Toyota Corolla. Of the three, I'd probably go with the Civic. I've never had a single problem in over 8 years of driving them. Forget old European or American cars out of warranty. They are potential liabilities through and through. You might also look into a slightly used CSX or even an older TSX. The TSX has the secret word built into its name.
Try a small dab of baking soda. Works like a charm. You might also want to try a salt crystal deodorant (health food shop). These work amazing and last for a full day, but eventually stop working - usually after a few months. Apparently the body's pH shifts a bit and you have to reset it by washing your armpits with a bit of apple vinegar. Never tried. I think the best way to take care of smelly armpits is to eat a healthy diet and drink lots of water. I haven't put...
Grado SR-125s over the ears. Shure SE500PTH in the ears. The Grados move warm air. The Shures rock socks.
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