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post #6526 of 85708
ou lost to an unranked team.
post #6527 of 85708
how about this.. When we get pissing off, better Come to the ROCK EVENT and get in to the mosh-pit and slam slam slam slam.. hehe..rather than kicking the window
post #6528 of 85708
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Wished I could took a pic when I was lying in the bathroom with blood pooling on the floor and the flesh hanging off my calf

after stitching and dressing last night

and the window:


Learned a valuable lesson: kick the person, not the window

Lol. What the hell sparked this little outburst? I don't understand how people can lose control like that. I mean a glass door... What did you think would happen?
post #6529 of 85708
Damn eason sorry to hear that, well now you know better I guess.
post #6530 of 85708
being sick and also having a pain in my bellybutton, hope it's not a hernia
post #6531 of 85708
Eason: hope there was no permanent damage and that you heal soon!
post #6532 of 85708
I am genuinely not enjoying college so far. I was expecting it to be at least the slightest bit interesting.
post #6533 of 85708
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I am genuinely not enjoying college so far. I was expecting it to be at least the slightest bit interesting.

Try acting less like Conne.
post #6534 of 85708
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I am genuinely not enjoying college so far. I was expecting it to be at least the slightest bit interesting.

Are you in the dorms? Do you not like your major (what is it btw)?
post #6535 of 85708
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Are you in the dorms? Do you not like your major (what is it btw)?

I live at home and commute about 30 min to school in the morning (wake up at 6:30 and drive out there). I like my aviation management major, it's just that I am only taking one aviation class, which is once a week. The rest of my classes are all the core classes crap I have no interest in.

Wednesdays and Fridays I wake up at 6:30, first class starts at 8. After work I am back home again at about 10:30 in the evening.
post #6536 of 85708
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I live at home and commute about 30 min to school in the morning (wake up at 6:30 and drive out there). I like my aviation management major, it's just that I am only taking one aviation class, which is once a week. The rest of my classes are all the core classes crap I have no interest in. Wednesdays and Fridays I wake up at 6:30, first class starts at 8. After work I am back home again at about 10:30 in the evening.
I see a problem here. You seem to be spending way too much time worrying about enjoying the academic aspects of college and not enough time looking for cute college girls. Get your priorities straight!
post #6537 of 85708
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I live at home and commute about 30 min to school in the morning (wake up at 6:30 and drive out there). I like my aviation management major, it's just that I am only taking one aviation class, which is once a week. The rest of my classes are all the core classes crap I have no interest in. Wednesdays and Fridays I wake up at 6:30, first class starts at 8. After work I am back home again at about 10:30 in the evening.
Have you gone to college because that's how you get a piece of paper that lets you get the job you want? Guess what? That's a lie. If you think about it, of course it is. 99% of companies (more now than ever) do not hire degrees, they hire people. College is not about what you get; it's about who you become. I find, over and over, the quiet truth that it doesn't matter* to the movers and shakers what your degree is, it matters who you are. A dear colleague of mine is fretting over wanting to get to management without an MBA. He's going to get the slot sans MBA and they are going to just let him take the courses that have the stuff he needs for the postion and it's done. No fuss. The breadth of a college education can give you that roundedness that everyone is looking for if you actually embrace it. When you've got that the other stuff is not as important. Nine out of ten dumb schmucks are in college just to get a degree and I'd love to knock some sense into their very thick heads -- it's not the product, it's the process story that's important. And those crap core classes might stretch your mind a little and open some new pathways for thought that will always be available to serve you in whatever you do. How can you understand money (economics) without understanding people (humanities) and how they interact (most social sciences), where they came from (history), how the world works (science), and how to convey the stuff you know in written and oral communication (English and Public Speaking). I critique resumes on the side, usually just to help people out. You know how often they write 'excellent written and oral communication skills' on the resume but can't structure a sentence or even maintain consistent tone and voice? No wonder 98% of resumes barely get read. People who were paying attention don't have to say they communicate well, it speaks for them, and guess what? They go places. Come on, what's the dumbest core class you're taking? Pony up.
post #6538 of 85708
I just found out that photobucket keeps track of image stats. It's telling me one of my pics has been posted on hybebeast but I can't seem to find it. It's pissing me off!
post #6539 of 85708
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I am genuinely not enjoying college so far. I was expecting it to be at least the slightest bit interesting.

Man, you are whiney

K
post #6540 of 85708
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itunes is a horrible piece of software. It's converting my wma lossless so that it can sync with my phone and it's slow as hell. Why doesn't it have like 4 threads going, each converting a song? It will take me a month to convert my classical and opera at this rate. And I can't queue conversions unless I want it to go on full auto-pilot which I don't want to do.
Use foobar2000 or another third party converter to compress into HE-AAC which is more efficient than the codec iTunes uses, then import the files into iTunes.
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