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post #88111 of 109053
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Originally Posted by RegisDB9 View Post

Is everyone here a lawyer?? I feel like that is the SF job to be in


I think 70% of the members at my gym are doctors or lawyer, I was chatting to a 4 guys the other day and it turned out all of them were lawyers.
post #88112 of 109053
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

On another note, anyone have a rec for a chunky wool turtleneck in black, charcoal or navy? Something Yooxy perhaps? Or maybe someone has a Jil Metallic they'd like to let go of foo.gif

I recall both of these being pretty nice when I was at the store. Gonna go again in a couple days, can pay closer attention.

http://www.cosstores.com/gb/Shop/Men/Knitwear/Speckled_roll_neck_jumper/46907-11478601.1#c-24479
http://www.cosstores.com/gb/Shop/Men/Knitwear/High-neck_wool_jumper/46907-10161600.1#c-22755
post #88113 of 109053
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post


I meant the peninsula. Most of the East Bay = a giant project (5). It's also too far to commute. Maybe good for rental property though.

My friend just "got a great deal" on a tiny duplex without a garage in Russian Hill. Paid above ask all cash as is... somewhere around $1.4. Wasn't the highest bid. At least they can subdivide after a year and rent half out or something.

True that, there is nothing good in the bay if you want a detached house, 3 bedrooms minimum (who wants a 2 bedroom HOUSE?) for less than $1m, well, maybe $990,000.  Plus, it's not like it's going to be a nice house, just going to be a house that isn't terribly shitty.  Either the kitchen or the bathroom will suck.  It'll have either a yard or a view.  But you know, it's a house in the bay, shit only goes up.  

 

Plus, reedo should totally go to law school, he's already in it.  I know you can come up with examples of how hard it is and how you made a lot of money but it sucked hard.  You know what sucks harder?  Not going to law school, working your ass off and not making any money, happens all the time, why people go to law school.

post #88114 of 109053
can we stop giving reedo career advice? he's heard this shit a number of times on sf alone, let the boy cook.
post #88115 of 109053
Reedo, there's always money in the banana stand.
post #88116 of 109053
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

I'M GONNA DO IT DAMN IT


On another note, anyone have a rec for a chunky wool turtleneck in black, charcoal or navy? Something Yooxy perhaps? Or maybe someone has a Jil Metallic they'd like to let go of foo.gif

if I've always gotten then impression you're going into law because 'it's something to do.' if not, then have fun! michigan is a good school too, which helps!

more people should looking into university administration. excellent pay, you frequently work less than 40 hours a week, you get to work on a college campus (great lifestyle) and the benefits are unbeatable. you do have to eventually get a PhD though.
post #88117 of 109053
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Originally Posted by NaTionS View Post

You mean if I go to law school it's not guaranteed I'll end up like Harvey Specter?

You are guaranteed 100%.

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Stay strong, reedo!!
post #88118 of 109053
yo teg, how do you break into that area/how does the working/phd at the same time thing work out? i'm still drawn towards getting a phd, but it's never seemed like an economically sound decision.
post #88119 of 109053
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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

I meant the peninsula. Most of the East Bay = a giant project (5). It's also too far to commute. Maybe good for rental property though.

My friend just "got a great deal" on a tiny duplex without a garage in Russian Hill. Paid above ask all cash as is... somewhere around $1.4. Wasn't the highest bid. At least they can subdivide after a year and rent half out or something.

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Originally Posted by Dbear View Post

True that, there is nothing good in the bay if you want a detached house, 3 bedrooms minimum (who wants a 2 bedroom HOUSE?) for less than $1m, well, maybe $990,000.  Plus, it's not like it's going to be a nice house, just going to be a house that isn't terribly shitty.  Either the kitchen or the bathroom will suck.  It'll have either a yard or a view.  But you know, it's a house in the bay, shit only goes up.  

Plus, reedo should totally go to law school, he's already in it.  I know you can come up with examples of how hard it is and how you made a lot of money but it sucked hard.  You know what sucks harder?  Not going to law school, working your ass off and not making any money, happens all the time, why people go to law school.

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Originally Posted by superego View Post

what's your point? cost of living obviously varies from major metro areas to the rest of the country

he referenced a million in a non-projects area (yes, hyperbole)...plenty of stuff in the east bay that fits those criteria

Point is it's not a hyperbole. It's a fact.

East Bay is super ghetto and like cyc said a giant project. Sure it's a little sarcastic but it is also true. Schools are terrible as well so if you're trying to raise a kid it's not where you want to be.
post #88120 of 109053
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Originally Posted by reedobandito View Post

I'M GONNA DO IT DAMN IT


On another note, anyone have a rec for a chunky wool turtleneck in black, charcoal or navy? Something Yooxy perhaps? Or maybe someone has a Jil Metallic they'd like to let go of foo.gif

I'll let you know... I'm still undecided.
post #88121 of 109053
congrats reedo! just don't abandon us after you graduate, like kelvin... butbut.gif

^which jil metallic? i'm intrigued
post #88122 of 109053
the navy metallic turtleneck...size 48

aka the best one ever
post #88123 of 109053
never been to east bay, but in general lol @ affluent white people calling areas of cities "ghetto." most of the time they're just being racist fucks.
post #88124 of 109053
48 might be too big on me but pm me if you want to sell smile.gif

+1 on what mikey said
post #88125 of 109053
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

never been to east bay, but in general lol @ affluent white people calling areas of cities "ghetto." most of the time they're just being racist fucks.

Damn since we are all so white

Have you seen the amount of time invested by Teach for America in the East Bay?


And what do you call a "white" guy living in the LA ghetto? lol8[1].gif

Discussion isn't gonna make sense since most people just don't understand how ridiculous prices are in the Bay
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