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post #46 of 65
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Originally Posted by Renault78law
I'm not sure what you're getting at. Probably because I don't know what dichotomy means. My anecdotal point was only that a legal education a Ivy Covered-U might be less of a "walk in the park" than Podunk State.

I think you mean "more of a walk in the park", right? Less competitive and stressful than the crappy school?
post #47 of 65
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Originally Posted by Quirk
I think you mean "more of a walk in the park", right? Less competitive and stressful than the crappy school?
heh, yeah, more of a walk in the park. i dun read good.
post #48 of 65
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Originally Posted by odoreater
So did I ?


Oh, okay, then. Let's keep at it!.

I just read too much into your last post. Game on.

bob
post #49 of 65
[delete: I've lost my mind. Sure to find it soon.]
post #50 of 65
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Originally Posted by Renault78law
heh, yeah, more of a walk in the park. i dun read good.

You musta gone to one of them fancy schools with all collegiality and no grading system.
post #51 of 65
Perhaps we can all take some comfort in the fact that, in the middle ages, doctors were lumped together with barbers.
post #52 of 65
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Originally Posted by philosophe
Perhaps we can all take some comfort in the fact that, in the middle ages, doctors were lumped together with barbers.

I think that's still the case in some countries.
post #53 of 65
What I find well, frankly, tiresome, is the way that other professionals look up to we lawyers. MD's, PhD's, MBA's - it doesn't matter - you all just want to be us. All of those jokes obviously come out of a deeply rooted envy. I know it's hard to face reality, but you must understand that only the few and the proud can be lawyers. That's why you never hear anyone say that the world has too many of us.
post #54 of 65
Typo. That's 'wee'.
post #55 of 65
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Originally Posted by Quirk
Typo. That's 'wee'.

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Actually, I think it's supposed to be "us," but I'm too lazy to change it.
post #56 of 65
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Originally Posted by philosophe
Perhaps we can all take some comfort in the fact that, in the middle ages, doctors were lumped together with barbers.
Barbers were doctors. The red stripes on the barber pole signify the blood which was let in the name of healing.
post #57 of 65
I'm looking into going back and getting my MBA.

If I hadn't been considering it already, now I will definitely have to do it to keep up with all of you edumacated types

Plus - my wife has a Masters and every one of my good friends has an advanced degree. Right now, I'm the undereducated one.
post #58 of 65
I start my BA in History in October, but I am presently one of the 2 who have polled as "below high school"
post #59 of 65
having a degree is a major stand out...
We always have non - stop education even when you are at work....
post #60 of 65
I just started a new job with $2K reimbursement per year, so it looks like this spring I will start on getting my masters, what's the harm, eh?
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