Beneath that laughter, though, there’s actually a surprisingly amount of commentary about how to live and think about your life interwoven among escapades with drunk girls, drunk guys, at least one drunk dog (that I counted), existential despair, sexual elation, three-ways, success at getting in his or her pants, despair at not getting in his or her pants, angry bouncers, angry parents, angry girls, and boats. I would say that probably 90% of what you go over in class has no bearing on either your life or your job as a lawyer.
For an example of “how to live and think about your life,” consider this overly long quote about law school, which I include in part because I went to law school for a year, for the same crappy reasons and one different reason that every other bright but unfocused 22-year-old grad goes (the only thing I did right was quit): Yes, Duke is a top ten law school, but the only thing difficult occurred well before I ever set foot on campus; getting admitted. The professors don’t care about teaching; they either ramble endlessly about meaningless shit, or they spend the whole time telling you how important they are. Think about that—most of what you learn in class has Hypocrisy comes from the school itself: because “90% of what you go over in class has no bearing on either your life or your job,” classes don’t matter; school should be tightly coupled with outcomes related to your life or job.
Tucker Max and evolutionary psychologist Geoffrey Miller collaborate in offering a book based on life and lab research, and their website and podcasts.
It was written to help men find their mate by learning: - What women really want from their men - Why they want it - How men can deliver those qualities It aims to show you how to become and exhibit the best version of yourself, with honesty, self-awareness, and hard work.
The better you learn to see these things from a woman’s point of view, the less confused, resentful, and frustrated you will be by how they respond to you.”Cold Email Application: What are they genuinely worried about?
What do they actually need to get done to be successful in their job?
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If you've ever tried an online dating app, you'll notice a lot of tropes that repeat themselves over and over again.
Most of them, like extreme adventure photos and pictures with pets, make sense.
First, I asked my friends what they think it means when they're scrolling through a guy's photos and come across one that's clearly of him and his ex.