All values approximated - but pretty damn close:
Three years of law school: $90,000
First-year bar registration: $90
Down payments on PMBR and BarBri: $200
Balance of PMBR course: $500
Balance of BarBri course: $3000
Moral Character Application Fee: $382
Bar exam registration fee: $561
Various Bar membership fees: $800
Value of the life you would have had, traded in for soul-sucking 110 hour work-weeks required to pay-off debt incurred so you could go to school to learn to "help people" or some-such Hallmark bullshit: priceless
As if law school wasn't a sufficient enough barrier to entry - the more I learn about what I'll be bled for in the coming months, the more it becomes clear that prospective law students should be pretty f*cking sure this is what they want to do. Because let me tell you, I'm not sure what makes it all worthwhile.
But pay no attention to the girl in the midst of finals. I'm sure I'll cognitive dissonance myself right out of this funk. I'm only a BMW away from happiness, after all.