The Los Angeles Clippers. Red-headed step children. The LSAT writing sample. Certain things in life have a reputation of being less important than their peers, yet their very existence provides amusement to us all. This is an interesting dichotomy, no doubt, and I was reminded of it last weekend when going over my October 2010 LSAT results. The fall LSAT is always disclosed, which means that the LSAC gives you everything back. You can be your own Monday morning quarterback, looking over a couple of careless mistakes on logic games, or you can break the test into sections and see what you need to improve on. You can even look at your Scantron answer sheet, admiring your ability to pencil clearly and forcibly within the bubbles (good job!).