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Originally Posted by hanno View Post

LOL he wants the proof by contradiction though.  The truthtable is in the wiki article also, as is the indirect proof.
don't worry I proved that P or negation of Q and Negation of P or R implies Q or R to be true

can we get this back on track please. I'm wearing Engineered garments and vans slip ons
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Originally Posted by thatoneguy View Post

don't worry I proved that P or negation of Q and Negation of P or R implies Q or R to be true
can we get this back on track please. I'm wearing Engineered garments and vans slip ons

for the love of God + a billion. the logic dork-a-thon is deadhorse-a.gif

btw... I'm breaking in a pair of APC NS beaters I got on sale.... ok?
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Originally Posted by yslbitch View Post

to most 21-25 year old's coming out of college that is good money in slc.  you have to remember utah is relatively inexpensive.  rent is ~ $800/month for a 2-bed and you can buy a large house for 250-400k.  most condo's downtown are around $200-$350/sqrt ft.  its at least half the cost as some of the larger east coast cities so many people make less. 

fuckkkk.. you need at least 200k to live well in Vancouver.
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Is this an exercise on who has the bigger dick brain?

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Gimme dat sweet brain dick
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Originally Posted by hoozah View Post

people actually go to college to make 80k a year? what a rip off.

ummm people get phds to land professorships that pay less than that. people get masters degrees to be public servants. unless your sole goal in a career is to get rich, then the link between education and salary can often be tenuous. do you and don't act snobbish; it's not really a good look.
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Originally Posted by yslbitch View Post

to most 21-25 year old's coming out of college that is good money in slc.  you have to remember utah is relatively inexpensive.  rent is ~ $800/month for a 2-bed and you can buy a large house for 250-400k.  most condo's downtown are around $200-$350/sqrt ft.  its at least half the cost as some of the larger east coast cities so many people make less. 

the average salary of someone coming out of harvard business school is a little over 100k. the percentage of people coming out of undergrad and landing 80k jobs is infinitesimal.
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Originally Posted by puddin View Post

ummm people get phds to land professorships that pay less than that. people get masters degrees to be public servants. unless your sole goal in a career is to get rich, then the link between education and salary can often be tenuous. do you and don't act snobbish; it's not really a good look.

ugh, don't remind me.
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fuckkkk.. you need at least 200k to live well in Vancouver.

i don't live in vancouver but i'm going to go ahead and say your view of "living well" is fucked.
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Gimme dat sweet brain dick

crackup[1].gif jfc.. somebody PM me when this thread returns to actually talking about clothing
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Originally Posted by puddin View Post


the average salary of someone coming out of harvard business school is a little over 100k. the percentage of people coming out of undergrad and landing 80k jobs is infinitesimal.


Except anyone in a CS or Finance program who's marginally competent. Or Oil and Gas exploration, or any number of degrees fit for industries ripe with cash.

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I bought a nice lofted 1 bedroom in downtown boulder 1200^2 ft brand new building pool gym etc etc for 200k and boulder is a hell of a lot better than SLC. also its a confined city surrounded by natural parks with no where left to build meaning prices are actually increasing 

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but utah is a fucking desert.  its a nice place but by no means is it a place you want to live long-term. 

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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

Did any of you major in real things in college? teacha.gif

I majored in Trillanomics

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Originally Posted by Tirailleur1 View Post

I majored in Trillanomics


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or

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Originally Posted by yslbitch View Post


this is not entirely true.  i see new people each day that start around $38/hr.  but i guess it depends on the field and your education.  if you sat in a bunch of history courses and have no real marketable skills and wait for things to come to you, then yeah ... i can see that.  but if you worked hard and got a marketable degree and figured out how to interview and want to work for a big company then its not that difficult to find. 

infinitesimal might be a bit of hyperbole, but if you look at the entire field of graduates in a given year it's pretty damn small. there will always be instances that disprove the averages, and engineers obviously do better than most.
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