Well, Aries, perhaps I didn't "get" your posts. If I didn't, I suspect others didn't either.
Lets look at what you said in one post:
"Also - I'll say it a million times - as a high school student, forget HLS and Yale. Seriously. The chances of getting in are absolutely miniscule. I know someone who chose between Columbia, NYU, Penn, Chicago, etc - and flat-out rejected at HLS, and didn't even bother applying to Yale. Think multiple majors, excellent schools, great grades, and Fulbright or Rhodes scholarship for your typical HLS/Yale L.S. admit."
While most YLS/HLS students went to "excellent schools," some went to not-especially-elite undergrad schools. To confirm this, see: http://www.yale.edu/bulletin/html/law/students.html
There are 32 Rhodes Scholars a year, and not all of them go to law school. I don't know the number of Fulbrights, but (a) except for the UK Fulbrights, it's possible for a good, but not outstanding student to get one-- certainly, you do not have to be Phi Beta Kappa to do so-- and (b) lots of Fulbrights do not want to go to law school.
There are about 560 or so HLS 1Ls and 189 Yale 1Ls. Even these schools don't have 100% yields, so at least 1,000 people get admitted. The "typical" student accepted is neither a Rhodes or Fulbright Scholar. Oh, there are Rhodes and Fulbright scholars in the class, but most assuredly, the MAJORITY of students at both law schools were neither.
Hey, I'm not saying that it's easy to get in; it isn't. However, I don't see any reason to tell high school students to "forget it." There are at least 1,000 people a year who get into one of these schools...so why not one of our high school posters?
I am trying to say to high school kids to dream big--but be yourself. Get the best grades you can, the highest LSAT you can, but DO WHAT YOU ENJOY, not what you think will look good on a resume.