You got there pretty early, then. I needed to collect a few STEM degrees and see how many of my peers ended up getting jobs where all they did was mix buffers and run assays that come in a box that are closer to following a basic recipe than developing an mRNA based vaccine. Fortunately, the inherent superiority of their biochem degrees and the fact that they had to learn electrochem material that they probably haven't thought about since halfway through undergrad continue to provide solace.
I didn't take a dump on anyone. But your list of things that you think make a good lawyer ("talkativeness, quality at cocktail parties, "playing the game" genes, and above all, eye speed for reading") made me laugh out loud, so I said so!
I'm glad you don't mind me. Just for the record, I think most of what you've posted here is idiotic, just like everyone else. It just hasn't been the direct subject of anything I've addressed myself to, until now.