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great movie
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It's not everyday a person blows over $600k on clothes they look fucking awful in. Since the situation is excessive, I felt the language justified.

checked out the article and saw no pics of him so i googled:

 

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I like this dress from H&M's new conscious exclusive collection, but the question is how well is it made?

Too bad I have nobody to cop it for. :( Maybe I'll try to figure out a concept I can shoot it for.

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I bartended for a couple of years and landed a bunch of freelance jobs through regulars at the bar. College town, low living expenses, slept in all the time, etc... could have been worse*

*This experience is not generalizeable due to sample size
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

i know people who loved their time as a bartender and made very decent money. kind of a dead end, it seems, though. and won't help you for future employment opportunities.

unless you're planning on being a professional cyclist i'd say you're wasting most of your life and money by this metric
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What did my post have to do with cycling at all? Trust me, being a pro cyclist is not even remotely a possibility. I was just making the point that it may be a better use of time to get an internship or something related to the field he wants to go into.
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Eh, I think it's a better use of time to take some time off and figure out what you want to do, all while learning something new that you've been interested in. When you graduate, how many years of your life have you spent in the black hole of education?

You have the most freedom ever in your life the moment right after graduation. Most people know what it's like to be young and won't look down on a few years of "whatever" directly after college. They've been there too.
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move to korea. teach english. get yellow fever (the good kind). kop toj from your backyard.
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Originally Posted by lmaozedong View Post

That Buzz Bissinger article is horrifying. I don't think I'll buy clothing ever again

The Divine Stylist, born in Iran and given her wonderfully fiery temperament, would do a sushi on them if they gave any remote indication of encroachment.

Its always excess...either uranium or gaudy luxury goods overdone ffffuuuu.gif
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actually the reality is from talking to my bosses/mentors etc. people really do look down on applicants with large time gaps on the resume. if you want some corporate job it will hold you back when trying to break in to just fuck around for a while. and it's easy to say "fuck that" for now but like, idk i always had the perspective that one should think before one closes doors because it's never bad to have options.

i'm not sure this applies for like, volunteering or nonprofit work or like working in an urban garden or teaching english abroad.
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i'm not sure this applies for like, volunteering or nonprofit work or like working in an urban garden or teaching english abroad.

Add "curating a blog" to that list.
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personal growth

professional experience

choose one
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this only applies to traditional fields of work
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

What did my post have to do with cycling at all? Trust me, being a pro cyclist is not even remotely a possibility. I was just making the point that it may be a better use of time to get an internship or something related to the field he wants to go into.

It means you can do things you enjoy and don't always have to worry about "career dead ends."
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But the worry brings this and so much more.

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