Friday, May 24, 2013

First Tier Catholic Commode: Boston College Law School


http://www.bc.edu/schools/law/admission/finaid.html

Tuition: Full-time law students at Bo$ton College will be charged $44,860 in tuition, for the 2013-2014 school year. At least, the bastards are only assessing $371 in fees. That’s exactly what the Biblical Jesus would do!

Total Cost of Attendance: According to this same document, living expenses will add $18,060 to the gigantic tab. Books are estimated at $1,300. As such, the total budget - for 2013-2014 - is listed as $64,591. It’s nice to see that the pigs are looking out for their students’ best interests, huh?!?!

Keep in mind that ABA-accredited diploma mills base this figure off of the nine-month academic year. The commode even notes the following: *Room - rent: $900 x 9 months = $8,100. The other costs appear to be for the school year. Take a look at the Utilities budget of $1,485. Remember this when you are enduring those brutal winters. Prorating all of these expenses over twelve months, we come up with $24,080. With this additional $6,020, we reach a more accurate, total COA of $70,611. 

http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/law-rankings/page+2

Ranking: The bitches and hags at US “News” & World Report rate Bo$ton College Law as the 31st best law school in the entire country - along with the JD diploma mill at UNC Chapel Hill. If you get into this school, then your future in Biglaw is assured, right?!?! 

http://www.bc.edu/content/bc/schools/law/services/career/about_us/stats_full.html

Employment Placement Rate: Based on this chart, 84.23% of the Class of 2012 was employed within nine months of graduation. There were 260 members of this cohort, and only 137 grads bothered to furnish salary data. Check out the commode’s explanation for its declining placement rates below:

*2012, 2011 and 2010: Percent of Class Employed is based on a formula recently utilized by U.S. News - number of graduates employed divided by the total number of students in the class and does not adjust for those graduates enrolled in full time graduate programs, those who are not seeking employment, and those who did not respond. 

http://www.bc.edu/content/dam/files/schools/law/pdf/CareerServicesDocuments/ABA_2012_2013_employment_report.xls.pdf

Here is the BC Law Class of 2012 Employment Summary Report. You will also notice that the school placed 12 JDs in university or law school funded positions. Also, only 118 members of this cohort ended up working in law firms. That represents 45.4 percent of the class. Of this amount, 40 were employed in firms of 501+ attorneys. Another 4 landed positions with enterprises that employ 251-500 lawyers.

If Biglaw is loosely defined as legal employers with 251 or more attorneys, then 16.9% of this one class - at the 31st ranked school in the country - achieved this goal. So much for having secured a lucrative future, merely by attending this school. 

http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/grad-debt-rankings/page+5

Average Law Student Indebtedness: US “News” lists the average law student indebtedness - for those members of the Boston College JD Class of 2012 who incurred debt for law school - as $106,550. By the way, 84 percent of this school’s 2012 class took on such toxic debt. Remember, this figure does not include undergraduate debt. It also does not take accrued interest into account. Keep that in mind, Lemming.

http://www.bc.edu/content/bc/schools/law/lawreviews/socialjustice.html

Tertiary Law Journal Opportunities: As a BC law student, you will have a chance to write onto the "world famous" Boston College Journal of Law & Social Justice! Mention this to attractive women at the bar. When they say that’s quite a mouthful, make sure to follow it up with a cheesy one-liner, you ass-clown. That will seal the deal for sure. Here is a partial description of this particular garbage law journal:

“The Boston College Journal of Law & Social Justice (founded in 1978 and publishing its first thirty-one volumes as the Third World Law Journal) is a unique periodical that fills the need for a progressive, alternative legal perspective on issues both within the United States and in the developing world. The Journal's scope includes issues affecting underrepresented populations, human and civil rights, immigration, women's and children's issues, and issues of disproportionate economic impact...The founders of the Journal envisioned it as a forum for discussing legal issues affecting people, cultures, and institutions that share a common history of colonialism, oppression, under-representation, and marginalization in the political and economic processes. Today, the Journal’s scope recognizes that issues of disproportionate economic impact implicate a complex matrix of social, economic, and political crises confronting minority groups in both the developed and developing worlds.”

Conclusion: In the final analysis, if you are not from a wealthy family and are not on a significant scholarship, then attending this school WILL lead to you incurring ridiculous levels of NON-DISCHARGEABLE debt. You will not be served well by taking on an additional $120K-$160K in student loans. Try purchasing a home or starting a family with that level of debt constantly hanging over your head. 

If you are a man, then you should understand that women want financial stability. This helps explain why you often see pretty, young women with pot-bellied douche-bags who go out in public wearing ugly polo sweaters and striped shorts that resemble boxers. At such a tender age, these girls simply want to have shopping money. And they will date a moron, if that’s what it takes. However, once women mature, they desire a house, children, insurance, etc. In sum, they don’t want someone who makes $35K per year, even if he has a law degree. Especially when he is drowning in student loan debt.

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  3. I got accepted in 2009 to BC. But they offered no scholly. I got into my safety schools too. But I chose to keep my state job. I'm only making $60,000, and I'll probably top out at $80,000. But it's a safe choice. I'm not into gambling with my life. I have several friends that are lawyers and practicing. They are all miserable. Without exception. Fuck that. Who wants that life?

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    1. I have honors degrees up the butt and would kill a baby to make 60k a year.

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  4. You could've done okay coming out of BC. It's not like you were enrolled in a shithole like Brooklyn Law School or Cooley.

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  5. Smith and Jones was a novel from 1963 and it showed, at least to me, about how gay male couples tend to be extreme and drunk and maybe violent towards each other.

    Once I heard or read a statistic that showed that more calls are made to the police about gay on gay domestic violence than on regular heterosexual domestic violence.

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    1. ^ Well you tell US, Paintroach. Obviously you are the subject-matter expert ... reading gay romance novels instead of trying to find a job.

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    2. I thought painting houses was a job. And an honest living at that. Worthless cocksucker. You've got all day to post bullshit. It seems like you're the one in need of employment.

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    3. Well, I'm not in need of *money,* anyhow.

      I seriously doubt that you actually "paint houses," except maybe one day per year to qualify for welfare.

      Face it, Roachie: you aren't working. You're waiting. And pouting.

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    4. Mr. Infinity wants his house painted. If you know what I mean.

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    5. ^ I'm not the one who's reading and talking about gay romance novels. Try explaining that one.

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    6. You're wrong JDP. Mr. Infinity wants his tonsils painted white.

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    7. Mr. Infinity, why do you spend your time even coming here? It's obvious you are hated by all and used as a punching bag. Why waste your time? Go find some anti-scammer blog where you and your fellow lemmings can fellate one another and trade war stories about being biglaw associates. You post multiple times a day throughout the day. How does any serious attorney have the time to do that? Oh yeah, because you aren't an attorney.

      I hope your unpaid summer internship is going well.

      (cue response peppered with irrelevancies and stating he's a summer associate somewhere)

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    9. You know this ^ post will be taken down.

      We know where you "work."

      People like you can be found - easily.

      You need a hobby, like stamp collecting or trainspotting or discovering that you like being fisted by an ex-convict with huge hands.

      You are no longer a troll, you are a stalker.

      ...stalkers deserve pain.

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  6. It is no secret CJ. Homosexuals tend to be very violent and fringe society people.

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    1. It sounds like you have a lot of experience with them.

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  7. CJ, or rather Mr. Infinity, has a sister that works in Human resources in New England.

    You were ratted out in other words you unethical piece of shit that I will make sure never gets admitted to any bar in the US if it is the last thing I ever do.

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    1. ^ Haha, yes. Good luck with that, Roachie. Sounds like "CJ" is on the same list as Antonio Necochea and that other guy from New Jersey. By the way, are you hard at work writing your apology to both of them?

      By the way, what exactly have *I* done that's so unethical? Refuse to give you my phone and Social Security numbers? Tell you to get a job?

      LOL at your threats. And I think we both know that the REAL "last thing you'll ever do" is pay back all that money that you borrowed.

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  8. BC is a top 30 school. And few class members get biglaw. So why go to a TT, TTT, or TTTT? The retards are keeping the TTTs in business.

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  9. BCLS is a trap school. When I attended BCLS the top third got good jobs. However, even if you do get a biglaw job you will be forced out of biglaw within 3-10 years.

    Also, good luck trying to rent an apartment with $100.000 of student loans.

    BCLS alum

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  10. Rents in Boston-Brighton are insane. $900 will get you an apartment with roommates. Studios go for $1150 and one-bedrooms $1200 and up.

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  11. Phillip probably wore a creepy snake ring too:

    Go to @2:37

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XSoG7m1V6aw

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  12. Does the photo lend new meaning to the word "shit-eating grin"? Or is it "happy horseshit"?

    Anyway, I second what another commenter says: If you can't get a job after coming out of a school like BC Law, why in the world would you go to NY Law, Cooley, or anything else in the third or fourth tier?

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  13. http://abovethelaw.com/2010/10/boston-college-3l-asks-for-his-money-back-hilarity-ensues/

    Elie Mystal published an Above the Law article entitled "Boston College 3L Asks for His Money Back; Hilarity Ensues," back on October 18, 2010. Read the entire article - which is strongly written - but check out the following lengthy excerpt:

    "A third-year student at Boston College Law School made a very reasonable request of the law school’s interim dean, George D. Brown: Give me my money back.

    I say it’s a reasonable request, because it is customary in this country to get a refund when you buy something that is defective in some fundamental way. And the people who won’t give you a refund are usually scam artists or a**holes.

    Dean George Brown doesn’t want to pull a Mel Gibson, does he?

    Well, the Boston College 3L isn’t sure that Dean Brown will do the right thing. So the student wrote an impassioned open letter to the dean, which was published by EagleiOnline…

    You should read the full letter on EagleiOnline, which makes a thoughtful and well-stated argument. After describing the awful legal job market, which is affecting many third-year law students, the author pulls out all the stops:

    I write to you from a more desperate place than most: my wife is pregnant with our first child. She is due in April. With fatherhood impending, I go to bed every night terrified of the thought of trying to provide for my child AND paying off my J.D, and resentful at the thought that I was convinced to go to law school by empty promises of a fulfilling and remunerative career. And although my situation puts the enormity of the problem into sharp focus, there are a lot of us facing similar financial disasters. In all of this, we have had very little help from career services, who all seem to be as confounded as we are by this job market. Kate Devlin Joyce has been an amazing and helpful ally; everyone else in that office has shrugged their shoulders at us and asked if we have tried using Linkedin.

    I’d like to propose a solution to this problem: I am willing to leave law school, without a degree, at the end of this semester. In return, I would like a full refund of the tuition I’ve paid over the last two and a half years.

    A lot of people will read this letter as a joke. And surely Dean George Brown will look at it as a stunt and quickly dismiss the request or ignore it completely.

    But why is that? If you buy something, and it’s a piece of crap, you should be able to give it back and get your money back. Boston College sold him a promise, and Boston College cannot fulfill that promise; why can’t he get his money back?”

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  14. Continuing with Mystal’s fantastic piece:

    “A lot of people will argue that this kid didn’t purchase a J.D., he purchased an education and a way of thinking, and he cannot just “return” these things in exchange for his money back. You know who will say those things? Law professors, deans, and other theorists who have idealized the process of “thinking like a lawyer.”

    But this kid (and thousands out there like him) did not go to law school to gain some intangible brain stimulation. They went to law school in order to get a job. That’s the whole point of a professional school. Deans who don’t understand that point do a disservice to their students."

    Ball-less, brainless, and spineless cockroaches - such as Mr. Insanity - also say that students purchase an education, and cannot return that in exchange for their money back. Then again, the piece of trash identifies with the scammers. In his case, we’ll call it “Special Snowflake Stockholm Syndrome.” By now, he is a tiny participant in the overall law school scam - since he knows the score and is encouraging others to take the plunge. Look at his admission from yesterday - which I am sure the bitch will deny making, since that is part of his modus operandi:

    http://thirdtierreality.blogspot.com/2013/05/second-tier-bloody-stool-state.html

    “Anonymous

    May 24, 2013 at 8:19 AM

    ^ I never said law school was a good deal. For most people it actually is a bad deal. The legal jobs aren't coming back.”

    Of course, the loser also has - by his own admission - more than $200K in student debt. Apparently, he feels that he is better since he is not “bitching” about his loans.

    Elie Mystal has been a force for good on ATL. That site is geared towards those who are getting ready to enroll in top ranked law schools, and those who are doing well for themselves. Wait until these social retards get the axe at their respective Biglaw firms. When Mystal first started posting about the law school cartel, I clearly remember seeing tons of ugly comments directed at him - many of them racist. Of course, the turds did so anonymously. Frankly, it took courage for an ATL writer to publish that material on such a website. He should be given some credit for his work.

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  15. A law Professor named Daniel Barnhizer with very impressive credentials wrote a paper about the scamblogs in Feb. of 2012

    I was surprised to see it because you know how it goes: lots of people read but few care to comment.

    I wonder if he ever contacted any of the scambloggers, or Campos or Tamanaha.

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  16. Top law school grads get hired by biglaw firms for 2-3 years and are worked to death before getting fired. They'd only make partner if they brought in serious business or had connections.

    So where do the biglaw outcasts go? Why, they return to their neighborhood law school to "teach" civil procedure. Law school is a jobs program for top law school grads after they've been chewed up and spit out by biglaw or government posts.

    People don't realize what a truly filthy industry this is.

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  17. Nando, check out this article titled: Dewey’s bankruptcy lawyer: More large law firms will fail (video)

    http://www.abajournal.com/news/article/bvideo_deweys_bankruptcy_lawyer_more_large_law_firms_will_fail/?utm_source=maestro&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=weekly_email

    I'm not sure how many people remember Dewey Leboeuf's Shakespearean downfall about a year ago but the legal community was primarily concerned because their failure was seen as possible forerunner to people starting to look into the closet of biglaw to see the unethical billing/compensation practices that dominate the industry. This is an important article. Because when these big law firms collapse or have rounds of layoffs the market is flooded with experienced attorneys looking for laterals OR trying to slither into the law school scam.

    And keep in mind these are people who went to T10s getting fired. So the TT/TTT grads are truly fucked.

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  18. Could someone please stick a dick in Mr. Infinity's mouth? That's why he keeps flapping his gums. He wants a big dick to cum in his mouth. That's the only time he shuts up.

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  19. Guys, this is the thing. You are all right. Law School is expensive and the practice of law can suck. The debt is not worth it and there are no jobs to be had for fifty percent of the class. BUT, for those of you who already have the JD degree, keep in mind there are always going to be people who are getting divorced, or who need to file bankruptcy or to sue their insurance company. With some hard work and a little bit of luck, it is still possible to make a living in this profession. Most jobs suck, at least you can possibly make it on your own with just a little practical experience. Its not as impossible as some of these posts would indicate. All is not lost. Would I recommend going to law school at this point? Not unless somebody truly understood what they were getting themselves in for. But if you are here in the now, may as well make the best of it. And no, I am not Mr. Infinity.

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    1. ^ Give me your NAME!! You WILL register with the almighty RoachPainter before you comment here!

      Roach of wonder! Roach of night!

      BLEHHGG blehblehblehbleh!!!

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  20. @12:05- You are right, there will always be toilet law. People will still get DUIs and need to be represented in court. People will still slip and fall near a construction site and sue a deep pocket defendant. Marriages end. People die and wills go into probate or get challenged. Business partners have disputes. That's not the problem. The problem is market saturation. There are 50 attorneys lined up who a possible PI plaintiff/DUI defendant could retain. Pick up a phone book and flip to "Attorney". Unless you have a network that can push you business, family/friend connections, or happen to be the only attorney in a 50 mile radius, it's going to be a hustle everyday. Imagine a kid graduating from a TT/TTT with no job or connections and he hangs his own shingle. He has no experience, no referral network. How does he make a living? By dropping xerox boxes full of business cards over Manhattan? He goes into toilet law working for $500 flat fees and every one of his clients has a neck tattoo.

    And that's not even factoring in the debt load grads face. If a JD cost you a few thousand dollars, you could kick up your feet and be a solo practioner making $50k/yr and be content being the king of traffic court. But grads have a massive bill to pay off. They don't have that luxury. Every day is a struggle for clients, making rent, paying yourself, etc. Why would you want to do that if you could be a teacher, civil servant, admin, or any other career with a steady salary or at least doesn't start you off in the hole with $100k of loan debt? It doesn't make sense for most people.

    The trick that's been employed by the law school pigs is providing inaccurate, misleading, employment and salary statistics to lure people into the school thinking it's a way to a good life. Now that scamblogs like this exist that debunk the phony employment stats and offensive compensation of law "professors", more and more people (at least marginally intelligent ones) are forgetting law school.

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  21. BC Law is a trap school. Kids come here because of the high rank and name brand. But in this glutted profession even that is not enough.

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  22. You should put BU on this list too. They're essentially the same ranking.

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  23. When you click on the hyperlink for 31st best Bo$ton College Law $chool, you will be directed to the page below. Check out this particular data, for a moment:

    http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/boston-college-03072

    "Careers

    Employed at graduation: 51.9%

    Yes, that is a truly impressive figure, for such a "prestigious" in$titution, huh?!?! This page also lists the median private sector starting salary as $145,000. For those grads who landed "public service" positions, the median starting salary published was $48,000"

    Having a “professional degree” and being unemployed for several months after graduation builds character, right?!?! Roughly half of the most recent class at BC Law did not have a job at graduation. Again, this private Catholic law school is currently rated the 31st best in the nation, by US “News” & World Report.

    Now imagine the situation for students at lower-ranked, ABA-accredited sewage pits. Do you still want to incur a mountain of NON-DISCHARGEABLE debt for such pathetic job prospects?! If so, then you need to be committed to a hospital - as you do not have the sense to look out for your own financial welfare.

    http://insidethelawschoolscam.blogspot.com/2012/02/trap-schools.html

    As a couple of TTR commenters have noted above, BC Law Sewer is a trap school. Paul Campos provided the following definition of such institutions in his February 13, 2012 blog entry “Trap schools”:

    “In honor of Wednesday's nine-month NALP reporting deadline, I'd like to introduce the concept of a trap school. A trap school has the following characteristics:

    (1) It's expensive to attend.

    (2) It's located in what the sort of people who go to law school tend to consider a desirable place to live (obviously these first two factors are related).

    (3) It has superficially attractive employment and salary statistics.

    A trap school, in other words, is the kind of place that attracts the kind of highly-qualified, reasonably prudent 0Ls who would never consider attending the vast majority of law schools at anything like sticker price, and yet still ends up generating a very high risk of financial and personal disaster for its students.”

    Does anyone with an IQ above room temperature want to argue that attending such law schools does not constitute a high risk of financial ruin for the students?! Of course, the pigs and ball-less shills will continue to insist that "education" is a service. However, practical people attend "professional" school so that they can land a good job or career.

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    2. Mentally deficient tools such as Mr. Insanity may go to law school primarily to receive an "education." Those with brain stems go because they want a decent job. On his April 29, 2013 entry labeled "Suicide and Student Debt," the spineless turd calling itself Mr. Infinity revealed that he owes hundreds of thousands of dollars in student loans. In the pussy's own words:

      "Take some time to GET OFF THE INTERNET and spend time in the real world. Go meditate, do some yoga. Pray. Clear your mind of the fantasy world that exists online. Clear your mind from what others have told you that you can and can not do. I did what I wanted to do, and I am happy with my life. I owe HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS of dollars, yet I will NEVER kill myself due to student loan debt. Life is far too precious to die over something like that. Millions of people have student loan debt, and hundreds more acquire it every day. It does not stop people from finding the life of their dreams. It does not stop people from getting married. It does not stop people from thriving. School has given you something, even if you don't see it. Ask yourself if you have grown since starting college. Ask yourself if you think about the world different. Perhaps you don't remember much of what you learned, but chances are you are a much different person as a result of college. You have hopefully grown, and you can still continue to grow. I feel that I got what I paid for with my debt, and it will take a while to get rid of. But I am glad I have it. Everything good in life has a price. My amazing education that has allowed me to see and understand places all over the world was worth the cost."

      You are a ball-less shill and troll who needs to get a life. Furthermore, YOU need to back away from the computer screen and not spend countless hours online, under various monikers, Bitch.

      As I mentioned to you the other day, waterhead: I do not expect student loans to become dischargeable in bankruptcy, anywhere in the next 10-20 years. The banksters OWN Congress, and they make the rules. If anyone should be in favor of student loan "forgiveness," YOU ought to be at the forefront, cockroach.

      Now, I will respond to your now deleted comment from yesterday, at 10:07 am. There is a huge difference between calling a worthless troll a piece of trash - which you CLEARLY are - and some mentally unbalanced ATL commenters referring to Mystal as an "ape" or "gorilla" in their anonymous remarks. I’m sure that you have seen such comments directed at him - since you have mentioned that you “hate ATL.”

      Then again, YOU have personally posted several racist comments on this blog. Of course, you will deny the truth - since that is what you do best. It must be tough being such a pathetic waste of space. Make sure to take your meds, pathological liar.

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    3. Is it really all that "racist" to call someone a gorilla? I have more respect for gorillas than I do for dingleberries like you and Paintroach. A gorilla, after all, does its thing and fends for itself. It sinks or swims on its own. You and Roachie on the other hand are more like societal leeches. I SERIOUSLY doubt that you are doing anything to actually earn your measly "paycheck."

      I'd love to chat, but I'm about to go see the new "Star Trek" movie with an overeducated young lady. In, a, lot, of, ways, Nando, I'm, just, like, the, Captain, Kirk, character, wouldn't,,, you,,, agree?,,,,,,,,,,,,,

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    4. Your mother is a piece of trash, for giving birth to you, Infinifool. If your “wife” has yet to graduate from college, how is she “an overeducated young lady“? Also, I don’t watch "Star Trek," bitch.

      On April 21, 2013, Pussy Boy/Mr. Infinity posted a pointless entry entitled "I want to move to Chaing Mai, Thailand." Here is the entire text of that nonsense:

      "I have been considering moving to Chiang Mai, Thailand and living a few years there after my wife graduates from college. However, I have decided that it may be best for her to finish her master's degree first. This is because now may be the best time for her to do it. It does seem that in today's world you have to act fast with things. I figure that if she has trouble finding work (which I doubt she will) and if I have not been able to make money here in the U.S. by that time we will be giving Thailand a try.

      Now, before you say that I am just another person who is going to Thailand based on the idea of a life full of beaches, women, and cheap alcohol, realize that first, I know what Thailand is like. I am familiar with the culture. Second, I am married and have no desire for the women that make the land of smiles the land of sleazy smirks for many expats. Third, I would not touch alcohol for all the gold in China.

      One reason I want to live in Thailand is because it's bone cheap. In the U.S., rents in the places that I consider desirable are incredibly high. Why spend close to $2000 a month on an apartment when you only make $3000 a month? That does not give one much to save. However, in Chiang Mai you can get a furnished apartment for $400 a month near the central moat. Even if you make $1200 a month, that's only a third spent on rent. Food and other necessities are far cheaper in Thailand. Also, that gives one extra money to travel to places like Pai, Bangkok, or further parts of Asia via train. And, there would be a little left over to save each month.

      However, if there were two of us working, the rent is still $400 and the income would be $2400 a month. That means that there would be a lot more to save, because after rent, we would have $2000 left over.

      However, I realize that I can not go yet, as much as I would like to (I would consider just leaving right now if I could). The reality is that I have school to finish and more importantly my wife has her own career goals that she should feel free to pursue."

      The rat has repeatedly claimed to be married for months now. In the post cited above, he mentions that his fabricated wife needs to finish college, before earning a Master's degree.

      In sum, the loser is a pathological liar. Here are some basic facts about the waterhead:

      1. Mr. Insanity owes hundreds of thousands of dollars in student debt;
      2. He is not married;
      3. The yoga and meditation are not paying off for this guy, and neither is his therapeutic writing;
      4. He apparently is getting ready to graduate from a New York City area stench pit; and
      5. Mr. Infinity admits that law school is a bad deal for MOST students.

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    5. Mr. Infinity touches small children while his blow up doll, er, "wife" is finishing her university of Phoenix degree.

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  24. The "infinity" in Mr. Infinity's name refers to the number of young boys he would like to anally and orally violate.

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  25. Nando, thank you for your most recent post regarging Mr. Infinity's student debt and suicide article, which shows he owes student debt and that he's a total bullshit artist. On 5/22/13 @ 8:27 in your Buffalo Law School article Mr. Infinity said in response to me:

    "O RLY? I paid off all my loans years ago, and I got done at my office before 5 today.

    And you think *I'm* the stupid fuck."

    Now we know he's totally full of shit and you quite literally can't believe a single word he says. He is plainly a pathological liar and clearly has issues related to his life decisions. I don't even know his argument. He said recently that he doesn't think law school is a wise decision for "most" people. Isn't that basically what everyone here agrees on? So he basically agrees with everyone here.

    I don't know what his beliefs are so as to make him so hostile on this blog. He agrees that law school is a bad decision for most people, like everyone else. Ie he really just purely a troll or a genuine special snowflake bitch who thinks he's going to be a partner at Kirkland Ellis one day?

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  26. I suspect that Mr. infinity has an eating disorder.

    It is a control thing. Infinity is overly obsessed with what he eats because that is the only aspect of his life that he can now call his own.

    As for the rest of his life, he is doomed to drown in six figure debt.

    While he tries to look on the bright side(perhaps with the help of a psychotherapist)his underlying anxiety is manifesting itself as what is maybe a variation of either bulemia or anorexia, and it goes by the name of veganism.

    My guess is that he is skinny and pale due to his vegan obsession coupled with not having much money to spend on food, and he probably resembles the stick figures that he is so fond of drawing.

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  27. @3:27PM

    What a terrible thing to write.

    Some people get angry and say the wrong things and get over it and apologize.

    You seem to be in a perpetual state of anger.

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  28. 3:27pm,

    Calling a black man like Elie Mystal a "gorilla" is terrible. Don't you get that?

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    1. So it's only wrong to call someone a gorilla if he's black? Perhaps you are the one who is racist ...

      And I don't even know what to say about little Paintroachies who post racist comments about basketball players and then try to pin their comments on other people. Karma: hopefully the entire team is taking the roach's ex-wife out on a hot date tonight.

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  29. I bet Mr. Infinity goes to NYLS. If you notice, his hostility has ticked up since the new USNWR ranking came out which threw NYLS into the fourth tier.

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  30. I went to a law school ranked a little better than BC. BC is a trap school. I don't know if your remember but this is the same law school, where a third year law student wrote the dean and volunteered to drop out with no degree, if he could get his student loans wiped out.

    http://bostonherald.com/news_opinion/local_coverage/2010/10/bc_law_student_asks_money_back

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  31. http://boston.cbslocal.com/2012/06/04/open-job-at-boston-law-firm-pays-just-10000-per-year/

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