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stonehenge 05-07-2010 09:59 PM

:fp: how many times has that phone fucked up?? at least twice right?

Cez★ 05-07-2010 10:01 PM


stonehenge 05-07-2010 10:01 PM

lat0r cez0r

Manbearpig 05-07-2010 10:08 PM


Originally Posted by Juan! (Post 90599)
:fp: how many times has that phone fucked up?? at least twice right?


Some people on PPCGeeks are on their 5th replacement lolz

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Alright back to stock

Heading to Verizon lol :happy:

stonehenge 05-07-2010 10:11 PM


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2005_Silverado 05-07-2010 10:22 PM


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stonehenge 05-07-2010 10:51 PM


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renyer hoar :imo

2005_Silverado 05-07-2010 10:55 PM

si pues...its bamf :imo:

stonehenge 05-07-2010 10:57 PM

agreed :shake:

youre a mother lover, i'm a mother lover, we should **** each others mothers

2005_Silverado 05-07-2010 10:58 PM

DFW hulu pero :blah:

stonehenge 05-07-2010 11:01 PM

:( losientoz

2005_Silverado 05-07-2010 11:03 PM

its ok...pinche IT pues

stonehenge 05-07-2010 11:06 PM

:word: you should slap teh bish around or let him tash your DROIDD in exchange for unrestricted web axxezz

Cez★ 05-07-2010 11:08 PM


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2005_Silverado 05-07-2010 11:09 PM

me lil science experiment was a suckcez... @ 65mph, mpg increased by 2 to 20mpg...even after being stuck in traffic for 1hr just sitting there, idling with AC on :security:

stonehenge 05-07-2010 11:10 PM

note to self, drive slower

2005_Silverado 05-07-2010 11:14 PM

:serio: brah.... @80 I get 18mpg...drove @ 65 for 7 gallons and went up to 20mpg. Ima go to MR this weekend...doing 65 again, expect same/lil better results :pepper:

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oh and me oil shange be overdue by 1100 miles :( needs to do too

Chance 05-07-2010 11:15 PM

time to get swole

2005_Silverado 05-07-2010 11:16 PM

had cinnamon donut...dfw another :(

stonehenge 05-07-2010 11:16 PM

mah junk is swole

2005_Silverado 05-07-2010 11:20 PM

too mash fapping :imo: me wife haz chango descalabrado this week :pissedfist:

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chris :uhoh:


Fabian Ronisky thought he was on track last summer to become a high-powered corporate lawyer. He was an intern at a leading firm in Los Angeles, earning about $3,000 weekly. But the firm didn't offer him a permanent job

So Mr. Ronisky, a 25-year-old student at Chicago's Northwestern University School of Law, spent the fall sending 50 resumes to law firms and government agencies, to no avail. Now, just days shy of graduation and with $150,000 of student loans, he plans to move back to his parents' home in San Diego and sell music and movies online.

"I wanted to use my education," he said. "But times change."

Mr. Ronisky is one of about 40,000 law-school students who will graduate this spring and enter one of the worst job markets for attorneys in decades. This year's classes have it particularly bad, according to lawyers and industry experts. Though hiring was down last year as well, they said 2009 graduates applied for jobs before law firms had felt the full brunt of the downturn.

The situation is so bleak that some students and industry experts are rethinking the value of a law degree, long considered a ticket to financial security. If students performed well, particularly at top-tier law schools, they could count on jobs at corporate firms where annual pay starts as high as $160,000 and can top out well north of $1 million. While plenty of graduates are still set to embark on that career path, many others have had their dreams upended.

Part of the problem is supply and demand. Law-school enrollment has held steady in recent years while law firms, judges, the government and other employers have drastically cut hiring in the economic downturn.

Large corporate law firms have been hit particularly hard. The nation's 100 highest-grossing corporate firms last year reported an average revenue decline of 3.4%, the first overall drop in more than 20 years, according to the May issue of The American Lawyer magazine.

Morrison & Foerster LLP, a 1,000-lawyer San Francisco-based firm, hired about 30% fewer graduates this year than in the prior year. "It would not surprise me if all firms cut back on hiring law graduates for a couple of years," said Keith Wetmore, its chairman. Saul Ewing LLP, a 250-lawyer Philadelphia firm, cut hiring of law graduates this year by about two-thirds.

Law firms of all sizes have suffered as clients have curbed work on real-estate acquisitions, mergers, public offerings and other staples of corporate practice. They have had to fire lawyers, reduce hiring and defer the start dates of the law graduates who did receive job offers.

Many 2009 law graduates who were offered jobs just started work this year. And many graduates hired in 2010 won't start until 2011. So even when the economy picks up, firms would first have to absorb their backlog of recent hires.

It is too early to get a comprehensive view of the employment rate for the 2010 class, but there are plenty of troubling indicators.

Law firms had an average of 16 summer internship positions to offer this year, about half the number of the previous year, according to a March report by the National Association for Law Placement Inc.

Employers last year offered 69% of summer interns a full-time job, down from about 90% in the previous five years.

The University of Texas School of Law, long regarded as among the nation's top 20, estimates the employment rate for 2010 graduates is down about 10% to 15% from last year.

"I've been at this for 23 years, and this is the worst job market I've ever seen," said Karen Klouda, head of career services at the University of Iowa College of Law.

Those considering law school might want to reconsider, said Allan Tanenbaum, chairman of an American Bar Association commission studying the impact of the economic crisis on the profession. Students take on average law-school debt of about $100,000 and, given the job market, many "have no foreseeable way to pay that back," he said.

Thomas Reddy, a second-year student at Brooklyn Law School, hasn't landed a summer internship yet after sending resumes to more than 50 law firms. He is taking on about $70,000 of debt each year of the three-year program to earn his degree, but said he may be fortunate to make $80,000 a year in a lawyer job after graduating. "That is less than what I was making before I went to law school," he said.

Many graduating students remained optimistic and determined to find legal jobs, according to interviews with students and career counselors. And many have secured good positions.

But it is bad form on campuses to bask in one's success, said Sue Landsittel, a Northwestern law student who will clerk at the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Seattle and join a top corporate firm after that. "You want to celebrate your own good fortune, but you have to remember it's a delicate issue."

Chance 05-07-2010 11:23 PM

***** i woke up this morning
bought a Chevrolet
what you paid for the wheels?
bought a quarta k

stonehenge 05-07-2010 11:27 PM


Originally Posted by 2005_Silverado (Post 90625)
too mash fapping :imo: me wife haz chango descalabrado this week :pissedfist:

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chris :uhoh:



not mexi enough to understand chango descalabrado :(



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:wtf: I was gonna reply to a korkah zext and phone rebooted. But not a full reboot. Never saw the Motorola "M", just the boot animation. WTF KORKAH DO TO MAH FON :pissedfist:

2005_Silverado 05-07-2010 11:27 PM

wan, wife be on .

article pretty mash cez pB gonna have harder time getting yawb in this economy

stonehenge 05-07-2010 11:28 PM


Originally Posted by 2005_Silverado (Post 90630)
wan, wife be on .

article pretty mash cez pB gonna have harder time getting yawb in this economy


oh, that be sucks :(

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