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2012 Barristers UNITE!

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1 2012 Barristers UNITE! on Fri Sep 02, 2011 8:54 pm

pinoypc2004


Arresto Mayor
Parang awa ninyo na ITIGIL na pag tawag ng ganito sa mga BAR EXAMINEES

1. Barristers - Hindi pa pumapasa sa Bar Exam yang mga yan kaya di pa maari tawaging barristers!!!

2. Barista - hindi po tayo magtitimpla ng kape!

PLEASE lang parang awa ninyo na.. kung ayaw natin pagtawanan tayo ng ibang mga Call Center Agents na bihasa sa ingles.

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2 Re: 2012 Barristers UNITE! on Sat Sep 03, 2011 9:12 pm

lOst_StuDent


Prision Correccional
What's in the word? I don't care what call center agents think.

By the way, this is actually the first time I heard the word barista referring to barristers. Law students are smart enough to know the meaning of barista. Bar examiness have always been called barristers from time immemorial. Even the great deans refer to students who will take the bar as barristers. Kung sa PIL pa yan, custom na po yan...

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3 Re: 2012 Barristers UNITE! on Mon Sep 05, 2011 9:52 am

gherzy27


Arresto Mayor
tama.....anyways niripen na yan...so what is the difference?a sort of positive re-inforcement para naman ganado ang bar examinees

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4 Re: 2012 Barristers UNITE! on Tue Sep 06, 2011 1:01 am

rrod


Arresto Menor
solohin mo na lang yan, wag ka nang mangdamay!

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5 Re: 2012 Barristers UNITE! on Tue Sep 06, 2011 1:02 am

rrod


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solohin mo na lang yan, wag ka nang mangdamay!

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6 Re: 2012 Barristers UNITE! on Wed Sep 07, 2011 10:44 pm

wormzzz


Arresto Menor
barristers talaga ang tawag sa mga nagbabar at ang simpleng tagalog nun ay barista. siguro di ka law student pinoypc kung di mo alam.. call center agent ka no?

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7 Re: 2012 Barristers UNITE! on Tue Dec 18, 2012 9:05 pm

sirraplease


Arresto Menor
Kung formal English ang basehan, gamitin natin ang standard definition ng English word. Kung informal lang naman, puwede narin yung nakagawian na. Ang importante naiintindihan ka ng kausap mo at alam mo ilugar yung pag gamit mo ng ingles.

As to call center agents, kung magaling sila magingles, mabuti yon. Makakatulong yon sa trabaho nila. Kung hindi naman sila magaling magingles, magaral pa sila para mas lalo pa sila gumaling. Same applies din naman sa mga law students at kahit sa mga lawyers na.

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8 Re: 2012 Barristers UNITE! on Mon Sep 16, 2013 3:53 pm

adventcaremkt


Arresto Menor
Whats the big deal with these call girls and call boys..the breeding ground of the pervert and the dirty fags? Our english are incomparable to theirs...what they are adept are just, plain conversational english! Its just like calling a hamburger even though the patty is devoid of any traces of ham. Thats what we are called by tradition and matter of public policy, Barristers! If you feel, you are not comfortable with it, you may as well quit law! this is NOT for YOU!

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9 Re: 2012 Barristers UNITE! on Sun Nov 10, 2013 10:49 pm

custos.morum


Arresto Menor
That's uncalled for, advent. Ever heard of "get off your high horse"? Still, barristers all the way!Very Happy

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