Sunday, June 22, 2014

First Tier Foul Stool: Florida State University College of Law


http://www.law.fsu.edu/prospective_students/financing.html

Tuition: The pigs at this commode list the tuition rate on an hourly basis. Florida residents will be charged $686.39 per credit hour, while out-of-state law students will be hit with $1353.46 per unit. As such, in state, full-time students will face a tuition bill of $20,591.70, whereas nonresident, full-time victims will be slapped with $40,603.80 in fees. Who says that public $chool$ are affordable?!?!

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

Ranking: At such prohibitive costs, one would expect this “institution of higher education” to have one hell of a reputation among the legal and academic communities. According to US “News” & World Report, Florida $tate Univer$ity Commode of Law is rated as the 45th greatest, most remarkable and sensational law school in the entire nation. What a tremendous accomplishment, huh?!?!

Then again, this is the highest-ranked law school in the state of Florida. Let that sink in for a moment. There are 11 ABA-accredited toilets located in the state – and the “best” trash pit is rated 45th overall. At least, other populous states – such as California, Illinois, Texas and New York – each have at least one damn law school listed in the top 15 diploma mills in the U.S.

http://www.law.fsu.edu/placement/employment_data.html

Supposed Employment Placement Rate: On this page, labeled “Employment Data for Recent Graduates,” direct your attention to the JD Class of 2012. You will notice that there were 286 members of this cohort. Employment status was unknown for three people. A total of 255 grads attained some type of work within nine months of receiving their law degrees. This leads to a “placement” rate of 90.1 percent, i.e. 255/283.

Scroll down to the section entitled “Employed Graduates by Type of Employer.” There, you will see that only 109 members of this class landed jobs in law firms. Three desperate souls started solo practices, while another 47 went to work in firms of 2-10 attorneys. A total of 18 ended up in offices with 11-25 lawyers. Conversely, only five were employed by firms of more than 500 attorneys. Do you still like YOUR odds, lemming?!?!

Now, head down to the subsection, “Full-Time Salaries Reported by Employed Graduates.” Note that only 135 JDs from the 2012 class supplied this data to the school. Remember, 255 had secured employment within nine months of graduation. Hell, that is only 52.9% of those with jobs. The overall mean salary was $54,508, with an median of $45,000. The 25th percentile figure was $40,000, while those in the 75th percentile reportedly earned $65,000. Do you understand that, dolt?!?! That means that the “winners” at this garbage heap are not doing that well, at least in relation to their debt and lost income for three years.

http://grad-schools.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-graduate-schools/top-law-schools/grad-debt-rankings/page+7

Average Law Student Indebtedness: USN&WR lists the average law student indebtedness - for those members of the F$U Law Class of 2013 who incurred debt for law school - as $79,426. Fully 90% of this clogged toilet’s 2013 cohort took on such toxic debt. Remember that this figure does not include undergraduate debt – and also does not take accrued interest into account, while the student is enrolled.

http://www.law.fsu.edu/journals/transnational/index.html

Majestic Journal Opportunities: As a student at the co-45th most magnificent law school in the United States, you will have the unique chance to write onto the world-renowned Journal of Transnational Law & Policy! Here is a partial description of this publicaTTTion:

“The Journal of Transnational Law & Policy (ISSN 1067-8182) is published once per year at The Florida State University College of Law. The views expressed in published material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the policies or opinions of the Journal, its editors or staff, or Florida State University.

The Journal was founded in 1991 to provide a scholarly forum for discussion of legal developments in the world community. The Journal shares the philosophy articulated by the late Philip C. Jessup, Judge of the International Court of Justice, who defined "transnational law" as "all law which regulates actions or events that transcend national frontiers." The term "transnational" is thus expansive; it includes both the international and comparative dimensions of law.”

If you are in a serious relationship, then be careful who you tell about your journal experience. For instance, if you walk into a bar and tell someone that you are a student editor on this prestigious review, then you run the risk of having SEVERAL trim, tanned southern belles climb on top of you - in an effort to impregnate themselves with your child. If you don’t want to smothered by their supple breasts, then keep this “accomplishment” to yourself. [Disclaimer for na├»ve fools: nothing of this sort will happen. The aforementioned beauties will continue to blow the members of the football, basketball and baseball teams – while not even being aware of your existence.]

Conclusion: Avoid this cesspool at all costs. If this is the best commode you can get into, then you are CLEARLY not cut out to be a future “law professor.” Keep in mind that these “educators” are merely training you to be an academic. However, if you are not attending an elite law school, then you essentially have no shot in hell of landing an article III clerkship and becoming a “professor.”

Also, be leery of the low debt figure cited above. Again, this total does not include interest or student debt from undergrad – or loans for another degree. Who wants to incur an accumulated sum of $120K-$150K in NON-DISCHARGEABLE debt, for a damn law degree from the 45th best school in the country?!?! In the end, if you had real talent or natural skills, then you would be attending this univer$ity on an athletic “scholarship.”

110 comments:

  1. FSU is known more for its football team than anything else. And that is a good indication of where higher ed is at right now.

    You can say the same thing about a whole host of other schools like Ohio State, Kentucky basketball, Alabama.

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    7. FSU, as low schools go, is pretty good and far less expensive then most. Well regarded in Florida and it does place a decent percentage of its graduates in large Florida Firms.

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  2. Years ago, when I was applying to law schools, this toilet (in which I had no interest whatsoever) sent me an infantilizing invitation to some stupid "tailgate party" to celebrate the putative glory of the unifarcity's football team at some upcoming game. As if that football team had anything to do with the law school. I told them that I certainly would not consider any law school that pandered to a brain-dead infatuation with commercialized spectator sports.

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  4. Nando, do they list tuition by the credit hour because $686.39 sounds a lot better than 20,000?

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  5. Oh PLEEEEEESE let it be........for MEEEEE!

    Why don't we forget about all of this by now and talk about the latest Steamroller American banking rip off coming down the street called : "Transfer Credit Cards" ? Or scratch off lottery tickets maybe, or reverse mortgages?

    Like the Wells Fargo Wagon, but more of a steamroller as I say, brand new scams are coming down the street and oh pleeease let it be for me :)

    Coming down the street every day, bringing something special,

    a bringing something special, and bringing something special..........

    And, as Little Ronnie Howard sputtered:

    "Bringing sottthming sptttethial. FOR ME!!! :)

    May God help us all:

    New version:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Kfi-DWUYM8

    Old version:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8LHlJSBkg0


    I'm kind of partial to the new version because the people are so crazy overexcited :)





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  6. ^ Note that Strelnikov's man-cooter is all sore because he thinks we should have MORE of the stupid shit from 10:00 on this site, rather than less. Is the main purpose of this site to make the roach John Koch feel good about himself by publishing his roach droppings? And didn't he just get done promising that he would never post here again?

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  7. Median starting salary of $45K. And that's from half the fucking class!

    Which means the real median starting salary is probably more like $35K.

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  8. When's the last time you paid rent Painter? I'd ask you about your last student loan payment but you never answer. You haven't made a student loan payment this century. Is that the case for rent too?

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    1. I love a good circus :)

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  25. MISTER INFINITY LIVES BABY OH YEAH!!!!!

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  27. ou’re back. Good. You’ve seen what’s there. Same thing posted over and over, just a different picture of poo next to it. Same typos and everything. And he’s so tough, isn’t he? Internet tough guy.

    Do you like practicing law? He didn’t even try to pass the bar. Nice, huh? Now he goes after anything that moves associated with your profession and personally attacks anyone who dares to disagree with him. Watch out! Don’t get on his bad side or he might write a post with your name and a picture of poo next to it! You might not be the happiest bugger in the world right now, but do you really need this turd associated not just with your school but with your class year?

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  28. Does these fucking idiots realize the more they post here, the higher these pages rise on search engines?

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  29. Actually, google will see it as spammy

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  30. Mr. Insanity must be off his meds.

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    1. Maybe his wife wised up to the situation and is leaving him.

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  31. Well, the Depressive cycle is over, I guess he's back to the Manic stage.

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  32. Nice job, Adams. You must be mighty pleased with yourself. When you wake up tomorrow morning, does this mean that your 300k debt will be gone? Or that you'll magically have a job?

    That's what I thought.

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    1. Exactly.

      And as far as Nando, he has a job and has had one for some time. He supports his family. He puts a roof over his and their heads.

      As far as the Bar, no one who isn't working in law needs to pass it. In fact, it's a detriment. You pay annual or bi-annual dues, whatever the case in your state may be, for essentially nothing.

      Re: $300 grand of debt: Why stop there? Go for a Masters and rack up another $80-100k. The depth of the financial hole is irrelevant at this point, right?

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  33. Here's some free advice for Joshua Ray Adams from someone who doesn't really care about the law school 'scam'.

    1. get on your meds
    2. get a fucking job
    3. pay back your student loans

    Got that, you lazy piece of shit?

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  34. What happened here with all these deleted posts? Did Joshua Adams finally lose it? What was he saying?

    Be careful needling this guy. Who knows what he's capable of.

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  35. http://ip-whois-lookup.com/lookup.php?ip=63.229.24.51

    Hello, Joshua Ray Adams. How are you doing today, you worthless piece of trash?!?! You should get down on all four feet and thank every U.S. taxpayer for paying for the birth and feeding of your child, dog.

    IP Lookup Details:
    IP Information - 63.229.24.51
    Host name: 63-229-24-51.tukw.qwest.net
    Country: United States
    Country Code: US
    Region: WA
    City: Maple Valley
    Latitude: 47.4061
    Longitude: -121.9953

    From my Analytics:

    Visits: 152
    Unique ID: 469004975
    IP address: 63.229.24.51
    Locale: Renton, WA, USA / English
    Platform: Firefox 30.0 / Mac OS X / 2144x1206
    Jun 22 2014 3:19pm 63.229.24.51 72 actions 34m 44s lawschoolfail.blogspot.com

    As you can see, Joshua Ray Adams does not have a life – or a damn job. Recently, he was hired as a deli worker in a Seattle-area grocery store. However, the piece of garbage could not handle the workload. He quit within two or three weeks. What else did you expect from this pussy?!?!

    Apparently, even making sandwiches was too much for this waterhead. I guess he doesn’t care about providing for his wife and daughter. We all know that the dung beetle doesn’t plan to repay the student loans that he took out for undergrad and law school. He has admitted – several times – to incurring roughly $300K in NON-DISCHARGEABLE debt.

    On his stupid blog, Joshua Adams recently confessed to not showing up for a job interview at a law firm because they called him only about 30-45 minutes before the scheduled meeting. A real man would have shown up for the interview, without reservation or complaint. It was for a non-attorney position, but this does not change the fact that the pile of dog feces SHOULD HAVE gone to his appointment.

    In case you forgot, YOU FAILED the New York state bar exam, bitch. I don’t mind flushing your face and ass down the toilet again, cockroach. Crooklyn Law School already RAPED you for life, idiot. They wiped their filthy asses with YOUR future, and that of your children. You defended the law school pigs, even after you were aware of the scam. Hell, you were still trying to encourage others to take the plunge at that point. As such, you have earned every beatdown that you have received on this blog and other forums.

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    1. MAKING SANDWICHES!?!?!!?

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BfoR8SbFhy8

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    2. Looks like Josh Adams got raped again.

      BWAHAHAHAHAHA!

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  36. Wow after I left that one stupid silly thing about the Wells Fargo Wagon bringing yet another scam to town among all the excited townspeople and WTF?

    What the hell did that commenter say for Nando to remove it all?

    I don't want to clutter up any scamblog, and they all want me out of here, and there is one troll (Status Monkey ) that is and has been all over me and on any scamblog and including ILSS and OLSS and that will always be anon but seems to be threatened by me somehow.

    Why?

    So here, and I apologize in advance if you still get trolling from Status Monkey or maybe Adams.

    Let Adams and Status Monkey come to me and yes the TTR knock off blog was not nice, but they both sound like kids after all.

    We have to make allowances, and just go on.

    Maybe I will get rich and pay all of my student loans off with some entre-penantrua venture. The future is wide open :)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqmFxgEGKH0

    But you know how I feel about the Baby Boomer Commercial Rock and Roll Industry :)

    Here:

    http://indebtedandsober.wordpress.com/

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  37. Ignore the roach's wordpress blog, everybody! He's just fishing for people's IP addresses. Just ask AdamB about that. He made the mistake of emailing the roach, and the roach actually attempted to blackmail him.

    Moreover, the "bait" on the roach's blog is the same tired feeble-minded "Allstate" and "JFK Jr" story that the roach keeps posting year after year.

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    1. Honesty, he has nothing new to add to the conversation. He should really take the oil job in ND.

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    2. 6-23-14, @ 5:36 PM:

      Exactly. Do NOT go to the site. The Roach will just use tracking analytics to get your visitor IP.

      He's just an internet troll.

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  38. This I'd an absolute classic comments thread for ttr. "Thanks" Joshua Adams.

    Keep up the great work Nando. I personally know of two people who were dissuaded from going to law school, thanks in part to your blog.

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    1. Exactly.

      It's sad to see folks like Mr. Insanity lose it. However, let their travails in the real world serve as an example.

      The writing is on the wall kids. Law school is becoming a riskier bet with each passing year. The legal industry is not adding jobs, yet the law school cartel continues to flood the market with far more graduates than the market can possibly absorb. Tuition is skyrocketing, yet legal salaries remain stagnant.

      The math is so simple, even a sixth grader could figure it out.

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    2. $35k starting is common. Guess what? That was the starting salary nearly 2 decades ago when I was back in law skule.

      So, does it really take a genius to figure out that $35k today, with 3x the debt and inflation, isn't worth nearly as much as $35k 20 years ago?

      Does that tell anyone anything? That the starting salaries have remained at the same price level for decades. Maybe that supply is waaay over demand? Maybe that the market sucks for law grads. Maybe that paying down $150k and more in student loans is an impossibility, etc.

      Maybe?

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  39. Were those posts from Mr. Adams?

    Pathetic that others don't respect your anonymity. I support anonymity as a form of personal protection.

    Great blog > from someone who never wanted to go, but finds the scam very intresting.

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  40. Campos has a great post on Lawyers, Guns and Money examining the truth of the statement that cuts to public funding for higher education is responsible for tuition inflation at public schools. Take home: that notion is false. State funding for public education is up 55% over 25 years in inflation-adjusted dollars.

    I wonder how much FL State gets per student from forced, public tax contributions.

    If you buy things in the state of FL, own a home or pay rent, you are contributing to that tax base that funds public education.

    I would also like to see the budget spent on instruction over time. The trend seems to be stagnant or declining budget for instruction without cuts to full-time, tenured faculty pay with increased reliance on adjuncts. Lots of money for buildings, administrators, deans, conferences, and gold-plated cappuccino machines for the faculty lounge.

    I think that should offend everyone.

    When even "private" law schools are drawing the vast majority of their budgets out of tax funds (which you cannot opt out of), they are not private. Instead, they are public and have a special duty to the public to use funding for the public good. That does not happen. There is no serious investment or focus on developing the minds and skills of students. The law schools disavow any obligation to not produce more graduates than the job market or society has use for. If you want to draw forced tax contributions from governments, it ought to come with strings attached, with responsibilities.







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  41. What the hell was in those posts? And did Adams make them? This is really terrible.

    It is interesting that Status Monkey, who made all the racist remarks about President Obama, doesn't comment now on my new blog, and he first published my home address after I found a link in the Proxy Server chain that Status Monkey was using, and the company is called: "Interserver" and is located at 110A Meadowlands Parkway in Secaucus, NJ.

    Interestingly enough, the name that was attached to the IP that Status Monkey came from was one Michael Lavrik:

    http://www.linkedin.com/pub/michael-lavrik/4/127/294

    Lavrik is and at the very least, a troll enabler fer sure and a very big clue to finding the whereabouts of Status Monkey.

    And as I say the racist Status Monkey white trash cracker tattooed hillbilly with a filthy beard and mustache mutant (just kidding) troll went wild and started posting my home address on TTR and on other blogs.

    Kind of embarrassing because we are very close to the low rent, public housing.

    But youse people all know how I feel about Beverly being dragged into all this, and Nando could have just have had a pic of Adams on his motor scooter and left Beverly out of it.

    Nando can simply put the whole Adams business behind and simply moderate comments and not publish anything that might be from Adams when in a bad mental state?

    God knows how many comments I have made in the past that I don't even remember making.

    But it seems that Status Monkey is afraid to comment on my blog now.

    Lately, I have been inspired by the legendary greats of NASCAR racing, and am writing a story about them.

    The perseverance of Kyle Caleborough and Kale Carlboro during that legendary Indy race in 59 should never be forgotten.

    Morton Fleming Jr. lost 35 pounds during a 24 hour race and who could ever forget the death defying finish between Flint Johnson and Ronnie Adcock at the 62 Daytona?

    And the record for most single day classic wins by Mickey - John Taggert will never be surpassed.

    But other than following NASCAR and writing about it, I do want to finish my novel and no matter how many of the handful of scamblog commenters (not many at all and a small community) like it or hate it, and for what it is worth.

    Adam B really acted as the front man and agent of OLSS, and I pleaded with him to remove the comments about my Grandfather sucking cocks in construction toilets and sticking fingers up the assholes of Iron workers etc.

    But I got news for all of you: No one really cares about any of us and we are all screwed for life and it is all just a lot of sound and fury and until the student lending system becomes economically not possible.

    If it can continue, then 20 or 50 million American households will have SL debt as the century reaches the halfway point.

    What more can I say?


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    1. "But it seems that Status Monkey is afraid to comment on my blog now."

      Is anyone commenting on your blog?

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    3. "It is interesting that Status Monkey..."

      See, here's the thing:

      It ISN'T interesting. Your problems with Status Monkey are irrelevant to this blog's focus on legal education. I can't understand why you think every comment thread should revolve around your history with this Status Monkey dude. Please, give it a rest.

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    4. "I pleaded with him to remove the comments about my Grandfather sucking cocks in construction toilets and sticking fingers up the assholes of Iron workers."

      Actually, that comment about your Gramps is probably the best thing that ever HAPPENED to OTLSS. It's like hanging up a cross to keep Dracula away - IT WORKS. The Roach hasn't posted on OTLSS since. Any site moderator who is sick of Painter's stalker feeble-minded comments, YouTube links, etc, should post a new story about his grandfather. Works like a charm - unliek Painter, who never fucking works.

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  42. 338,

    Yeah, we know. You blackmailed AdamB. Small wonder, then, that nobody wants to comment on your sorry-ass roachtrap blog.

    You know what? Beverly Adams can just go fuck herself. As a matter of fact, Paintroach, why don't you go and fuck yourself, too? Stay put on your own roach blog. The grown-ups (i.e., people with jobs) are talking.

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  43. I know it's pointless but I'll ask you again Painter -

    When's the last time you made a payment on your student loans?

    (If you don't answer, I'll assume you haven;t made one in the last 10 years. I wonder if the US Dept of Education would be interested in that.)

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  44. 816,

    It's probably more like 20 years. The Paintroach John Koch is quite simply addicted to stealing.

    The Dept of Ed is probably well aware of his nonpayment. How could they not be? The Roach is most likely on IBR/ICR and **claiming** an income of zero. That way, it would receive a "bill" each month for $0.00. This probably counts for IBR purposes as a "payment." See how he is getting over?

    The REAL question is how the roach can truthfully claim an income of zero in the first place. It constantly chirps about all the hard work it is supposedly doing, cleaning toilets, painting houses, kissing black booties at the factory, whatever. Is the roach working for free?

    Or is it falsely reporting an income of zero in order to dodge taxes and defraud its creditors?

    Um, if you REALLY want to turn up the heat on the Roach, you should forget sbout the Dept of Ed and report him to the IRS. Tell them there's a guy who might be misreporting his income and committing tax fraud. All of the roach's comments on this blog about its work experiences are evidence of that.

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    1. Nonsense. Painter may be mentally ill, but breach of contract is not stealing, a criminal violation, or even immoral. A true lawyer would recognize the distinction. Grow up.

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    2. Misreporting your income and committing tax fraud isn't illegal? Or immoral?

      Since when?

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    3. @834,

      Contract fraud and tax evasion aren't criminal violations?

      Since when?

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  45. 338,

    So according to you, your grandfather liked to suck lots of dicks, and this is somehow AdamB's fault? Please explain.

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  46. http://www.thestory.org/stories/july-25-2012-show

    Here's the podcast with cryn Johannsen. She's an attention whore. I'm surprised she didn't suck Nando's dick on camera. (She probably planted one somewhere in the room.) It would have brought her more attention. Which is what she wants.

    Oh lookee here. Koch is on the podcast too. He consolidated his student debt. Why didn't the interviewer ask when's the last time he made a payment?

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  47. http://law.fsu.edu/summer_undergraduates/index.html

    Let’s take a look at the FSU Commode of Law’s “$ummer for Undergraduate$ Program.” From the toilet’s own description:

    “Since 1992, the College of Law has hosted its award-winning Summer for Undergraduates Program, which brings to campus undergraduate students from throughout the country for a month-long immersion into legal study. The largest and oldest of its kind, the primary goal of the Program is to acquaint students with the study of law and to assist them in acquiring skills that will benefit their undergraduate and future law school studies.

    Overview

    The 2014 Summer for Undergraduates Program will take place May 19 through June 12, 2014. During the four-week program, students are engaged in activities covering three primary areas:

    • Classroom Experience — Daily classes are taught by law school professors and writing instructors. Lectures simulate first-year law classes and familiarize students with the functions of the American legal system. Writing workshops help students to develop their writing and communication skills.
    • Law School Admissions Process— Students are given the opportunity to talk to the admissions staff and committee regarding the important aspects of the law school application process. This includes practical workshops on completing the application, writing personal statements, LSAT preparation, writing resumes and cover letters, financing law school, and individualized career planning.
    • Careers in the Law — While the program is academic in nature, there are a number of exciting and enjoyable activities that take place outside of the classroom, such as: visits to the Florida Supreme Court and local law firms, moot court oral arguments, and visits from prominent attorneys in a variety of practice areas.

    After publically licking the balls of a prominent alum, the commode then lists the following:

    “Eligibility

    College students enrolled at two-and four-year institutions, in all majors and from all backgrounds, are invited to apply following their freshman year. We particularly welcome students from groups historically underrepresented in the legal profession. Because one purpose of the program is to help students direct their remaining time in college to best prepare for law school, only rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors are eligible to participate. Students who will have earned their bachelor’s degree prior to the start of the program will not be eligible for admission.”

    It is ALL about the money, people. Those with an IQ above 70 already know this, but lemmings tend to ignore reality. Notice how the bitches and hags specifically mention that they want students from “groups historically underrepresented” in the legal “profession.” Apparently, they don’t mind penetrating Darnell, Alejandro and LaQuisha in the ass – without lubrication! To the pigs, these men and women are mere "collateral damage." After all, the academic thieves MUST rake in $150K+ per year - while "working" 4-6 hours per week.

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    1. You are right.

      The scammers are involved in racial and class targeting. I have never seen a more blatantly predatory and evil scheme in my whole life.

      Selling a ruinous, no-money-down, negatively amortized, adjustable rate mortgage to minorities who lack even a high school level education is less awful, even with a deficiency action. Pay-day-lenders charging 2,000% interest is less awful.

      How discouraging it is to watch predation premised on race and poverty rear its ugly, ugly head again under cover of offering "help."

      Congress incentivized and created the legal inequity without which this could not happen.

      The federal government is engaged in racial and class targeting too.

      Even with all the excellent work of scambloggers, how many people in the country know of or appreciate how the laws have been arranged to bring about a new and different destruction of persons and that said persons are selected for destruction based upon their race and class?

      There will be, there has to be, a consequence for all of this. There will be the proverbial "blow-back." Here is hoping that that blow-back is a serious and brutal to scammers as the scam has been to students. Off with their fucking heads.


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  48. Here is the problem:

    I get some insane and evil guy asking me for my income, and the very same guy is over the top racist and jumped all over me for saying that I voted for President Obama and said I "worship the black booty"

    So do I cooperate with such a person and answer his questions?

    Go report me to the IRS if it makes you feel better. You will find peanuts even if a full and extensive 20 year audit is done, and in the end you will realize that my income could never handle my student loan payments or keep up with the forbearance penalties from the very get go.

    My ex wife wanted nothing to do with my student loan debt and legally did not have to contribute at all, and was also terrified of her assets and income being dragged into it all.

    Anyway, Adam B is all in the past, and my biggest problem with gay marriage is the idea that one can marry a man, and divorce, and thereafter marry a woman and divorce and thereafter marry a man, and thereafter marry a horse, so the biologically born and adopted child from the first marriage will in theory have had four dads and two mommies, and might make for one helluva jockey :)

    Granted, the heterosexual combinations are bad enough, but you can play around with the possible played out gay marriage and crossover into heterosexual combinations, which are worthy of an LSAT question :)

    Ellen DeGeneres had a female sweetheart that she broke up with, and Clinton called and expressed his sorrow for the break up.

    The ex sweetheart of Ellen took up with a man some time later and who knows where it all stands now.

    Pope Francis calls Gay Marriage the Exploitation of children, and yeah, I'm a papist and I wear a St. Christopher Medal and I hope that St. Christopher is on the job.

    Anyway, and to show that I will never again comment on any scamblog, I will personally pay the first person that discovers a comment that was made by me the sum of one thousand dollars and/or paint his or her entire house top to bottom and inside and out for absolutely free :)

    As for Touro, I am going to lay off and not mention Touro any more.

    This morning it was announced that a Touro Grad is going to be running for the Senate and I don't want to mess up her chances with my drivel and stupid little ruined life.

    I say that not out of any love for Touro, but because I have a family member that is friends with a few people that are personal friends of the candidate.

    Manhasset is the land of fair weather friends and lovers, but it is Manhasset after all and so even I have to show respect where respect is due and especially because of my roots.

    In addition, I must have listened to an unabridged audio taped version of Robert Penn Warren's novel: "All the King's Men" about a dozen times over the last few years, and I think I have learned a lot about politics from the novel, and wouldn't want my grudge to be used by her political opponents, since I do agree with her stand on gun control and stand of her predecessor and author of the old Brady Bill that expired with a Sunset Provision, and look at all that has happened since then.

    So I agree with her politics in any event.

    Life is long, and Mr. Infinity might be of a type that eats health food and does yoga and also smokes pot, because my experience has shown that weed is an important component among the hippie "type"

    I could be wrong, but let us not discount that possibility, and the possibility that Adams was in rare form when in an altered state.

    Like me I guess when I drink a beer :)


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    1. You're just mad that you can't find a husband.

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    2. "Anyway, and to show that I will never again comment on any scamblog, I will personally pay the first person that discovers a comment that was made by me the sum of one thousand dollars"

      If you have a thousand dollars, why don't you make a student loan payment.

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    3. "Anyway, and to show that I will never again comment on any scamblog, I will personally pay the first person that discovers a comment that was made by me the sum of one thousand dollars and/or paint his or her entire house top to bottom and inside and out for absolutely free."

      What a fucking lie. The roach is addicted to lying. And to stealing. People have "discovered" numerous roach comments in the last year - but the roach ha steadfastly refused to pay the $1000 like it promised.

      Absolutely shocking, isn't it?

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  49. Shove St. Christopher up your ass dude. After Adams's wife leaves him, you and Josh can get married. And move in with your old old old parents. I imagine two parasites can suck them dry sooner than one parasite can.

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  50. "Go report me to the IRS if it makes you feel better. You will find peanuts even if a full and extensive 20 year audit is done, and in the end you will realize that my income could never handle my student loan payments or keep up with the forbearance penalties from the very get go."

    Because you haven't been working for 20 years. Or else you have been misreporting and hiding your income. Which is it, again?

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  51. If anyone who reads this blog reasonably believes someone in New York State has or is currently committing income tax fraud, please contact the IRS at 1-800-829-0433, and/or the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance at 518-457-0578

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  52. Right, because the irs will always investigate based on the claims of one anonymous message board poster against another.

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  53. Joshua Ray Adams worked at a sandwich shop?
    That's funny, because he looks like the "before" picture of that Jared guy from Subway.

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  54. Who said anything about the person being reported on, as being anonymous?

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  55. http://www.law.fsu.edu/academic_programs/humanizing_lawschool/humanizing_lawschool.html

    Check out this nonsense, when you have a moment:

    “Humanizing Law School

    Humanizing legal education is an initiative shared by legal educators seeking to maximize the overall health, well being and career satisfaction of law students and lawyers. We find cause for concern in our observations of law students and in the research on, and reports of, problems in the legal profession — including dissatisfaction, depression, excessive work, substance abuse and eroding professionalism. We are interested in the ways legal education is conducted, the impact those choices may have on the attitudes, values, health and well being of law students, and the possible relationship between each of those matters and the problems experienced by our graduates in the profession. Through scholarship, Web-based discussion, empirical research and conferences, we hope to inform the development of innovative teaching methods when appropriate.

    This Web site includes two primary sections:

    Resources for Law Students (and lawyers)

    Resources for Law Teachers or Administrators.

    This division is not absolute, of course, and you may find helpful information in either area. There are also links below that lead to a list serve discussion group for law teachers and administrators; frequently asked questions; and articles and books that summarize research about the problems and offer advice for promoting balance, well being and future life satisfaction. Take some time to look around the Web site, and please contact Clinical Professor Larry Krieger if you have any questions or suggestions.

    Humanizing Legal Education Symposium

    A major conference on "Humanizing Legal Education" sponsored by Washburn School of Law was October 19-20, 2007.

    For a journalist's overview of some of our activities, you may wish to read a recent article in the ABA's Student Lawyer magazine.

    Review new booklets to assist students reduce law school stress, improve learning and make their best career choices.”

    For $ome rea$on, these “humanitarian” ass-wipes failed to mention the stress associated with incurring $100K+ in NON-DISCHARGEABLE debt and entering a GLUTTED “profession.” Of course, that oversight is due to the fact that the law school pigs do not give one damn about the students and recent graduates. They simply want more asses in seats so that they can get their slimy hooves on massive sums of federally-backed student loans.

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    1. Good find, Nando.

      Obviously the purpose of that bullshit initiative is to bolster the egos and self-image of law professors, not that they have ever had much trouble in that regard.

      Scammers? No, law professors are humanists and humanizers. See, they even staged a two day conference about legal education with "humanizing" in the title. Isn't it great to have your life and career destroyed to enrich such humanists? Excuse, me, such humanizing humanizers.

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  56. @11:44 am,

    On May 26, 2014, Cockroach Joshua Ray Adams posted an entry labeled “First Day of Work – Non Legal Employment After Law School.” Here is the full text of the piece:

    “Yesterday was my very first full day of work. I donned my work garb and walked over to my workplace to be greeted by my coworkers. They are a nice lot of people and so far I have got along with everyone. Nobody there knows me as Mr. Infinity. Actually, nobody there knows I graduated from law school (other than the person who hired me). Someone asked me where I used to work and I said the name of the fellowship location. However, they did not suspect me of being a law guru.

    It is a whole different world at the place I work for compared to that of law school. And not in a bad way. I notice, so far, that many of my coworkers seem more down to Earth and could care less about the rule against perplexities. Many are just trying to survive. I mean, the job does not pay that much and it is in a city that is known to be more expensive than most. My rent is about $940 a month and if I get a full time work schedule, I will be making $1500 per month. That does not give me much extra to live off of.

    To be honest, I was offered an interview at a law office. It's not the kind of job that requires a law degree, and it pays between $13 and $15 an hour with a set 40 hour workweek (9 to 5). They were not put off by the fact that I am a graduate of law school. At the time I told them I was working in a fellowship and would like to interview later. They told me to contact them when the fellowship ended. I have not. I believe that I would be depressed in a legal environment at this point. Plus, the subject matter would make me feel like a real douche.

    So, what did I do on my first day? Well, throughout the night I was taught how to make sandwiches, where to take the trash, where to put the broken down boxes, how to cut meat and cheese, how to run the scale, how to make wraps, how to deep fry, how to do the evening cleaning, and how to clean the slicer. I helped a few customers and people were overall pretty nice and understanding of my blunders. I gave service with a smile, and I even got a couple smiles back.

    Many people kept asking me how I liked the job. It has a high turnover rate and many people see it as too challenging. Well, the truth is, I found it to not be that hard and am seeming to learn it all pretty quick. I have worked a few "real jobs" in my life, so this is nothing new to me. I told them that I was fine with it. Maybe the high turnover rate was why the manager gave a law graduate a chance in the first place. I think mentioning that I am going back to school also helped me get my foot in the door. I straight up told her I was not "keen on ze law." I did not say "on ze" or even "keen" but I said something of the sort.

    Posted by Mr. Infinity at 9:53 AM”

    Within two or three weeks, the bitch quit his job. Apparently, the workload was too much for him to take. For a moment, I figured that he had finally landed something that was at his mental capacity.

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    1. I remember this poor schmuck's postings as World Traveling Law Student from three years ago.

      I have misgivings about kicking him when he is down, but it may still be instructive to check out the endless stream of law school hype he posted on this blog when he was a One-L and a Two-L.

      He was so proud of being in the top 18% of his law school class. He was so proud of how law school was supposedly teaching him new ways of thinking. He was so proud of the professional doors that would swing open once he had obtained his pricey degree. Now he is contemplating his six figure debt while he competes for sandwich-making jobs, and fantasizes about fleeing to India.

      There will be 35,000 new law students in the fall. Few will become internet trolls, but otherwise they are very much like the World Traveller as to both their scam-fed delusions about lawyering and the grim fate that awaits them three years down the road.









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  57. If Joshua Ray Adams is wondering why he can't find gainful legal employment it probably has something to do with the fact that he's talking about the rule against "perplexities" rather than "perpetuities".

    He passed up a job at a law office? Even if it was a non-legal position, he would have been first on their list to hire if he had shown some work ethic and smarts. I started out as an office manager and managed to land a legal job at my current firm after graduation because of the relationships I made and work ethic I displayed. The kid has the networking and social skills of a child. Anyone with a hint of ambition would have shown up for that interview and job opportunity. Joshua Ray Adams clearly doesn't want to work. Him and painter are cut from the same exact cloth.

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  58. I like your posts. I’ll surely be looking at it again soon!

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