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I will be visiting the place today. Unfortunately not enough time left in the city for a bespoke pair, but I believe they might have something I've been looking for - a two-eyelet derby!
Quote: Originally Posted by Matt close. Tell her that you have had a lot of time to think in the past few days, and you have come to agree with her. You are better off apart. Wish her well. Then sit back and wait. There are two options. 1. she feels dumped and comes running back as she ponders Life Without Him and 'omigodwhathaveidone?'. This is kind of what you want. 2. she doesn't, in which case you are slightly better off than you are...
Matchy-matchy weddings are silly. Then again, it is HIS wedding.
Quote: Originally Posted by Lord-Barrington It won't hurt. And stratospheric GPAs are good for a program's stats so a 3.9 GPA may help offset a slightly lower GMAT. But it won't offset a terrible GMAT. Since the gmat in correlation with the GPA is intended to show academic prowess, I figured. But what about the relationship with work experience?
Quote: Originally Posted by Lord-Barrington Based on everything I've read low GPAs are not the end of the world when applying to MBA programs, provided that you have good WE and a good GMAT score. This isn't law school. Also, PT admissions are not as stringent as FT. What about the flip-side? Talking about FT admissions, how does a high GPA factor into admissions (say 3.9 and up, from a top ten school)? Is it a big benefit, or does it...
Harry Potter did it.
Quote: Originally Posted by globetrotter 1. the irgun didn't carry out activities that we would consider "terror" - they attacked the british government that was occupying israel at the time. in the most famous attacks, the irgun gave telephone warnings to keep the number of causalities to a minimum. 2. the government of the pre-state at the time actually attacked and fought with the irgun and the lehi to try to stop them, at a time when they really...
Quote: Originally Posted by eztantz No one ever said that these acts were not terrorism - in fact almost all Israelis condemn these horrific atrocities. The argument here is that the Palestinians as a whole promote and celebrate the most vile, savage and inhuman behavior. That is the difference. I was responding specifically to this: Quote: find me a case of an israeli going into a palestianan home and murdering babies. case closed....
Quote: Originally Posted by eddievddr10 find me a case of an israeli going into a palestianan home and murdering babies. case closed. the pals are barbaric and deserve nothing. Does opening fire on unarmed people praying in a mosque count? Baruch Goldstein, an American-Israeli settler did this, killing 29 and wounding 125. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cave_of...archs_massacre Or what about Eden Natan-Zada? An IDF soldier that opened fire on a...
Quote: Originally Posted by mm84321 It's a sticky situation. It could become one...
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