Took the hardest LSAT test ever tonight (but that of course is subjective), but it seemed to be the consensus. I know the test is curved, but I feel extremely confident that in three weeks of going to classes biweekly with no time to devote to studying, I increased 10 points between the first and second tests. That puts me in the really high fifties. BUT I must do better, blegh!
Trying to decide if it's wrong that I have a slight smile on my face because my sister-in-law injuring herself doing tae kwon do.... It's a combo of things really... One she always brags how good she is... And then because she's blown me off so many times, when I'm the only one in the family that really gave her a chance.... I now see why everyone else hates her so much.
sometimes you want couples who are bad for each other to get back together so they can break up again and make another spectacle of themselves in public. does that make you a bad person? reality tv exists does it not?