If you watch TV at all, I’m sure you’ve seen this Allstate commercial making the rounds. It’s pretty funny (in my opinion), but does it make sense? Let’s examine.
It always makes me laugh when I see LSAT prep companies make a big deal out of how well their instructors scored on the test, and it always baffled me how people could possibly take that as an indication of how good the instruction is. But I think I may have figured it out.
Came across this little gem on Reddit, and figured that since I hadn’t posted for a while…well, why not? Let’s talk about it, after the jump!
This article discusses the meltdown that happened after Larry Brown was fired as coach of the Charlotte Bobcats. He blames Michael Jordan for surrounding himself with yes-men (which, of course, Jordan denies). Read on to see my take!
I was watching TV the other day when I saw this ad. Obviously, since I’m a gigantic LSAT nerd, my mind immediately jumped to the various ways that the argument presented is flawed. Check it out for yourself, think about it a little bit, and then compare your notes to mine after the jump!