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August 17, 2005 12:03 AM

Broken: Non-question in DC Bar app

Dc_barJeremy Arling writes:

This is a page for the online application to the DC Bar. I find it ironic, given that it is the ethics section of the form.


There is no first post! And you didn't see that question that doesn't exist.

Posted by: WGB Spender at August 17, 2005 05:10 AM

evidently they don't care about it so they took it back out?


Posted by: noname at August 17, 2005 05:10 AM

sorta broken, there is the same thing with standerdized tests, the company that makes the test gives a standerd one leaving space for the consumer(the employer/school in this case) to add in extra questions,

Its broken that blank pages are left in though.

Posted by: Vic at August 17, 2005 08:07 AM


Maybe the writer was superstitious.

Posted by: Fuzzy at August 17, 2005 09:13 AM

| 26=13x2...

| Maybe the writer was superstitious.

REALLY superstitious.

1 = 13/13

2 = 26/13

3 = 1*3

4 = 1+3

5 = (13+13+13+13+13)/13

6 = 1*3!

7 = 1+3!

...and so on.

Posted by: Zarel at August 17, 2005 11:11 AM

Question 26: See question 27

Question 27: See question 26

Posted by: Jello B. at August 17, 2005 12:30 PM

Since this is the ethics section and there is no question....there must be no ethics. That explains alot about lawyers. I passed the bar just 20 minutes ago....and the parking lot was full!

Posted by: friendlydrbobo at August 17, 2005 02:57 PM

Maybe the creator is simply a Monty Python fan... (though I can't remember the skit in which this concept appeared.)

Posted by: wite-owl at August 21, 2005 11:48 PM

I am afraid for lawyers, but I am hopeful that this situation is cleared up soon. DEFINETLY BROKEN!

Posted by: Sido at September 6, 2005 07:57 PM

For the record, the Monty Python sketch was the Australian Philosophers (all called Bruce), where the rules of the Philosophy Dept had no Rule 6.

Posted by: Simon Trew at January 20, 2006 05:49 PM

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