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Almost at the same time no one was asking why the WSJ was publishing excerpts from Amy Chua's, How To Make A College Student, no one was also asking why the NYT was interested in whether law schools weren't a scam. The New York Times asks, Is Law School A Losing Game? The second one is that students incur a huge amount of debt with little ability to pay it back, and, if the law jobs don't materialize, won't ever pay it back.
I respect that this is an unwieldy first sentence, but it's late and I'm drunk. This second point is presented first, indeed, in the first sentence: If there is ever a class in how to remain calm while trapped beneath 0,000 in loans, Michael Wallerstein ought to teach it.... Wallerstein, who can't afford to pay down interest and thus watches the outstanding loan balance grow, is in roughly the same financial hell as people who bought more home than they could afford during the real estate boom.
By the way, the ranking doesn't have to be inaccurate for it to be information bias.
A ranking can be deadly accurate and still be ridiculous.
That alone would be news, but it also appears that she has been caught in a wolf snare, broken free, but still has the snare around her neck.
From the photos we have, it looks as if it has cut into her neck.
Earlier today, many of you saw the sow with a single cub at the Lower River.
“The promise of American life has been dealt a lamentable blow,” a group of former writers and editors associated with the magazine pronounced in a public statement.
A month earlier, similar convulsions had upended the management team at another journalistic concern, one whose digital identity had been settled from the first: First Look Media, the pet project of e Bay billionaire Pierre Omidyar.
There, , indeed, was permanently mothballed after Taibbi fled.) For a few months there at the end of 2014, it was as if the crown princes of digital innovation had become Midases in reverse, repelling experienced journalists in droves, even in the face of one of the most depressed markets for journalism work in modern history.
Our plan is to attempt to tranquilize her on Tuesday and remove the snare.
This is a long shot, as she has not been routinely seen this year and we may not even be able to locate her.