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(Above the Law)   Worse than failing the bar exam: "Her parents saved enough money from farming cocaine to buy her a plane ticket here so we can raise the baby in your basement"   (abovethelaw.com) divider line 43
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2013-07-16 02:21:09 PM
Meh, you're not going to ever grow a decent dorsal fin with an attitude like that, son.

/Suck it up buttercup.
 
2013-07-16 02:51:59 PM

"Her parents saved enough money from farming cocaine to buy her a plane ticket here so we can raise the baby in your basement"


"Cocaine orchards, just as far as the eye could see."
 
2013-07-16 02:52:06 PM
They sold enough crystal meth to buy a stepside truck, but if you ask me twice I'd say they aren't worth a
 
2013-07-16 02:53:49 PM

Englebert Slaptyback: "Her parents saved enough money from farming cocaine to buy her a plane ticket here so we can raise the baby in your basement"


"Cocaine orchards, just as far as the eye could see."


That's what I was thinking. The parents were probably thinking, "WTF, coca is the plant; cocaine is made from the leaves. This lying kid is so dumb he'll probably fail the bar exam....oh, that TEARS it."
 
2013-07-16 02:56:59 PM
So she's got "big tracks of land"
 
2013-07-16 02:58:45 PM
You know who *ELSE* failed the bar exam....


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jdb52TOOzTA
 
2013-07-16 03:01:42 PM
They're already disappointed in you for becoming a lawyer.
 
2013-07-16 03:03:11 PM
Apparently that guy wrote his failure letter from the future?

It's dated November of 2013
 
2013-07-16 03:04:02 PM
Better than just writing "I am a fish" four hundred times on your test and turning it in.
 
2013-07-16 03:04:44 PM

ChipNASA: You know who *ELSE* failed the bar exam....


cache.reelz.com
 
2013-07-16 03:06:00 PM
The experience is absolutely mortifying because for the first time in your life, you've been beaten by a test.

If it is considered abnormal to fail tests, schools really need to increase their standards.
 
2013-07-16 03:06:53 PM

Codenamechaz: Apparently that guy wrote his failure letter from the future?

It's dated November of 2013


That's the whole point of the article. The author is preparing to fail the bar. He has written a letter to send to his parents in the event that he fails the bar exam.
 
2013-07-16 03:09:49 PM
He's totally (sexual intercoursed)
 
2013-07-16 03:11:30 PM
If you get your  law GED  do you still have to pass the bar?
 
2013-07-16 03:14:25 PM

Sin_City_Superhero: Codenamechaz: Apparently that guy wrote his failure letter from the future?

It's dated November of 2013

That's the whole point of the article. The author is preparing to fail the bar. He has written a letter to send to his parents in the event that he fails the bar exam.


Don't try to explain it to him. He's probably a lawyer so he'll never underatand.
 
2013-07-16 03:17:03 PM

Russ1642: Sin_City_Superhero: Codenamechaz: Apparently that guy wrote his failure letter from the future?

It's dated November of 2013

That's the whole point of the article. The author is preparing to fail the bar. He has written a letter to send to his parents in the event that he fails the bar exam.

Don't try to explain it to him. He's probably a lawyer so he'll never underatand.


The Mailbox Rule doesn't even apply because the letter isn't an acceptance, it's an offer.
 
2013-07-16 03:17:28 PM
That guy's handwriting is exceptional...to the extent that I call BS on this, because only women have handwriting that nice.
 
2013-07-16 03:17:40 PM

Sin_City_Superhero: That's the whole point of the article. The author is preparing to fail the bar. He has written a letter to send to his parents in the event that he fails the bar exam


Considering he thinks a woman he theoretically would impregnate in July would be due in January, I'd say his chances of failure are pretty high.
 
2013-07-16 03:28:50 PM

SacriliciousBeerSwiller: That guy's handwriting is exceptional...to the extent that I call BS on this, because only women have handwriting that nice.


I have several male friends in graphic design who have exquisite handwriting, but they are generally the exception to the rule.
 
2013-07-16 03:36:04 PM
So he's not going to sign the birth certificate? Jerk. That's the last time he gets free cocaine from me.
 
2013-07-16 03:40:16 PM
Dude, you have MUCH bigger problems than worrying about how your parents will react to your inevitable failure.

Your parents already know you are a total dipshiat.

Any person so stupid that they fail the bar should have DAF tattooed onto their forehead.
 
2013-07-16 03:51:26 PM

SevenizGud:
Any person so stupid that they fail the bar should have DAF tattooed onto their forehead.


dope as f*ck? a large persian frame drum?

if you meant "daft" then...
 
2013-07-16 04:28:49 PM

SevenizGud: Dude, you have MUCH bigger problems than worrying about how your parents will react to your inevitable failure.

Your parents already know you are a total dipshiat.

Any person so stupid that they fail the bar should have DAF tattooed onto their forehead.


For your viewing pleasure - bar exam pass rates by state:

http://focusbarreview.com/bar-exam-pass-rates-by-state.html

Interestingly, Florida had one of the highest pass rates while DC had one of the lowest.
 
2013-07-16 04:30:15 PM
terrible and plagiarized.
 
2013-07-16 04:30:52 PM

SevenizGud: Any person so stupid that they fail the bar should have DAF tattooed onto their forehead.


You should realize that unlike Oklahoma most states bar exams involve more than filling out your name and then having less than one spelling error on it in order to pass.
 
2013-07-16 04:53:06 PM

miss diminutive: SacriliciousBeerSwiller: That guy's handwriting is exceptional...to the extent that I call BS on this, because only women have handwriting that nice.

I have several male friends in graphic design who have exquisite handwriting, but they are generally the exception to the rule.


Graphic designers, architects/draftsmen, comic book artists ... 'Though those last two/three tend to have exquisite "lettering skill" rather than "handwriting"...
 
2013-07-16 04:57:20 PM

SevenizGud: Dude, you have MUCH bigger problems than worrying about how your parents will react to your inevitable failure.

Your parents already know you are a total dipshiat.

Any person so stupid that they fail the bar should have DAF tattooed onto their forehead.


This is an excellent troll!
 
2013-07-16 05:11:35 PM

digitalrain: nterestingly, Florida had one of the highest pass rates while DC had one of the lowest.


Each state has different exams.
 
2013-07-16 05:17:23 PM

Dirtybird971: terrible and plagiarized.


Been around since 1997 at least
 
2013-07-16 06:35:26 PM

SmackLT: Dirtybird971: terrible and plagiarized.

Been around since 1997 at least


Longer than that. I saw it in the mid 70's, while I was in college.
 
2013-07-16 06:54:17 PM
Can't read it. It's in cursive
 
2013-07-16 07:08:32 PM
I have always wondered why bar exams, CPA license, engineering certs, teaching certs were not part of getting a degree. You pass the bar/certs you get your degree. Have the licensing/certifying authority come by the schools to administer the tests (the schools themselves cannot be trusted) at he end of each semester.
 
2013-07-16 07:29:10 PM

hasty ambush: engineering certs


I don't know about anyone else, but my PE exams were scheduled on-campus shortly before finals.
 
2013-07-16 08:13:24 PM

Sgt.Zim: miss diminutive: SacriliciousBeerSwiller: That guy's handwriting is exceptional...to the extent that I call BS on this, because only women have handwriting that nice.

I have several male friends in graphic design who have exquisite handwriting, but they are generally the exception to the rule.

Graphic designers, architects/draftsmen, comic book artists ... 'Though those last two/three tend to have exquisite "lettering skill" rather than "handwriting"...


Yeah, I'm pretty good with the art and design stuff, but my actual handwriting is what you call 'legible'.  If I want it to look nice I have to draw each letter.
 
2013-07-16 08:15:33 PM
Hasty ambush:I have always wondered why bar exams, CPA license, engineering certs, teaching certs were not part of getting a degree. You pass the bar/certs you get your degree. Have the licensing/certifying authority come by the schools to administer the tests (the schools themselves cannot be trusted) at he end of each semester.


There are a number of reasons against that.  California has so many law schools (I think 60 to 70 listed in wiki) that I doubt the State Bar has the budget to administer tests in each and every law school.

Also unlike the law schools which seem to not give a damn about the long term prospects of the industry and continue to churn out more and more law grads, the bar association (and its members, like me) have a vested interest in controlling the numbers who pass and get a license.

Also, note that its not only grads of Cal law schools that can take the California bar exam, but pretty much any grad from any accredited law school in the US.
 
2013-07-16 09:02:22 PM
Who writes letters anymore?
 
2013-07-16 09:47:37 PM

Fluid: The experience is absolutely mortifying because for the first time in your life, you've been beaten by a test.

If it is considered abnormal to fail tests, schools really need to increase their standards.


It is abnormal for people who graduate from law school to fail tests with frequently, especially a big one.
 
2013-07-16 09:56:22 PM

Lady Indica: digitalrain: nterestingly, Florida had one of the highest pass rates while DC had one of the lowest.

Each state has different exams.


I know they do. I just thought the stats for each state were interesting.
 
2013-07-16 10:30:11 PM
When I have to put with parents not taking care of a poorly behaved children in an enclosed space e.g. airplane, restaurant, etc., I have one question that I always ask. So way is your child so badly behaved, is it genetics or environment? The parent is usually so upset by this that the child stops and no matter how angry the parent is, they have much less energy than a toddler.

I would love to ask the parents of this hot mess the same question.
 
2013-07-16 11:12:34 PM

miss diminutive: SacriliciousBeerSwiller: That guy's handwriting is exceptional...to the extent that I call BS on this, because only women have handwriting that nice.

I have several male friends in graphic design who have exquisite handwriting, but they are generally the exception to the rule.

www.gifsforum.com
 
2013-07-16 11:14:56 PM

profplump: hasty ambush: engineering certs

I don't know about anyone else, but my PE exams were scheduled on-campus shortly before finals.


Sounds like your institute of higher learning had a vested interest in cranking out "PE", most likely to ramp up alumni donation rates.

Hint: PE = douche
 
2013-07-17 12:28:29 AM

darkone: When I have to put with parents not taking care of a poorly behaved children in an enclosed space e.g. airplane, restaurant, etc., I have one question that I always ask. So way is your child so badly behaved, is it genetics or environment? The parent is usually so upset by this that the child stops and no matter how angry the parent is, they have much less energy than a toddler.

I would love to ask the parents of this hot mess the same question.


???
 
2013-07-17 06:15:41 AM

profplump: hasty ambush: engineering certs

I don't know about anyone else, but my PE exams were scheduled on-campus shortly before finals.


Really, I had to take the EIT (Engineer In Training), work for a PE for a five years and then take the PE exam
 
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