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#133 - Except ya know, it does when you plan **** . I…  [+] (8 new replies) 07/08/2014 on Uni +2
User avatar #135 - TheHutchie (07/08/2014) [-]
Alright then, you get back to me when you get that job. And then you can do six month updates until you lose that job due to unforeseen circumstances.

I think you're completely naive, but hey, that doesn't matter. Not next to a positive attitude.
#154 - professorbob (07/08/2014) [-]
I think it's rather pessimistic to expect him to lose his job and have his plan fall apart for no reason, don't you? Just because life went poorly for you doesn't mean it will for everybody else.
User avatar #159 - TheHutchie (07/08/2014) [-]
Some things in my life have gone as expected, others better than expected, and some others have gone completely tits up. Anyone who says their life is different is talking shit, and it's an unrealistic expectation to say something like,
"I'll be going to be a radiologist, something that has more openings every year and good pay. I'll be able to pay off any loans I have to get within a few years after I get a job."

So yes, I think what I said was pessimistic. I met one extreme with another, and I fully intended to.
User avatar #172 - professorbob (07/08/2014) [-]
I wasn't saying that everything will go right for some people and that we should only expect the best, but it's equally as bad to assume that everything will go wrong in life and not trying at anything. I'll admit, he does seem a bit overzealous about becoming a radiologist and having everything work out for him, but you can't blame him for being hopeful. You never know how something will go unless you try. Sorry If I came off as a bit offensive.
User avatar #189 - TheHutchie (07/08/2014) [-]
I actually think much the same as you, but like I said, I was meeting one extreme with another.

I hope his plans work out for him, but I don't think he's being very bright about it. It sounds like the guy has no contingency plan at all.

I think it's pretty important that we all realise that any time you say "this will happen" or "this won't happen", you're essentially making a bet. I'm sure most of us will have heard about counting our chickens or putting all our eggs in one basket. There's no way to predict what kinds of hidden forces at play could influence his future and in what ways. Same goes for you and me.

My natural reaction when somebody seems 100% sure about something is to say, "don't count on it", because if you don't have a plan ready in case you fail, I'd say you don't really deserve success. But that's just me.
User avatar #216 - professorbob (07/08/2014) [-]
I agree completely. I just hate when people try to talk others out of following their dreams because "it might not work out in the end." It's an incredibly pessimistic and unrealistic way of looking at things, and it bugs me when people assume that just because they didn't succeed at everything they wanted to that they have to drag others down to their level.

Also, I too think it's important to have a contingency plan in case everything doesn't go as expected. I'm taking a pharmacy tech course over the next few years and hopefully that should help me on my way through college if I manage to find a job. And if my chosen career doesn't work out, I can possibly go back to school and earn a degree to become a pharmacist. Although that is way down the road, it's good to know I have a few potential fallback plans in case something goes wrong.
#225 - anonymous (07/08/2014) [-]
Thehutvhie is an ass. radiologists make good money. 40-60 a year. and community collages are cheep. $20,000 is not bad. I had $50,000 from a University that was forgiven because I worked as a firefighter for 5 years.
User avatar #224 - TheHutchie (07/08/2014) [-]
I'm currently following two of my dreams. Well, one's already sort of come true, and now I'm sort of bashing everything into shape, and the other's a work-in-progress.

The first one, the one that's already happening, is a gaming channel on Youtube. I don't plan on stopping making videos for it, and there's not really any real contingency plan I can throw down for that one, so we'll see what happens.

The second, however, is a bit of a gamble. Applying for what is essentially a dream job. There's a good chance I won't get it. I have to accept that. I think that might be why Captain Optimism up there annoyed me so much. Well, that and loans aren't exactly the most financially viable option these days, with APRs of 1400% and shit like that.
#127 - It'll cost around $5,000 a year, and I might be able to get gr…  [+] (10 new replies) 07/08/2014 on Uni +1
User avatar #131 - TheHutchie (07/08/2014) [-]
How young are you that you haven't yet worked out that none of these things ever go to plan?
User avatar #133 - drldrl (07/08/2014) [-]
Except ya know, it does when you plan shit.
I've already got a job lined up after I get my degree, and if needed there's a company that'll completely pay for my college if I go for engineering. But I'd rather not do that.
User avatar #135 - TheHutchie (07/08/2014) [-]
Alright then, you get back to me when you get that job. And then you can do six month updates until you lose that job due to unforeseen circumstances.

I think you're completely naive, but hey, that doesn't matter. Not next to a positive attitude.
#154 - professorbob (07/08/2014) [-]
I think it's rather pessimistic to expect him to lose his job and have his plan fall apart for no reason, don't you? Just because life went poorly for you doesn't mean it will for everybody else.
User avatar #159 - TheHutchie (07/08/2014) [-]
Some things in my life have gone as expected, others better than expected, and some others have gone completely tits up. Anyone who says their life is different is talking shit, and it's an unrealistic expectation to say something like,
"I'll be going to be a radiologist, something that has more openings every year and good pay. I'll be able to pay off any loans I have to get within a few years after I get a job."

So yes, I think what I said was pessimistic. I met one extreme with another, and I fully intended to.
User avatar #172 - professorbob (07/08/2014) [-]
I wasn't saying that everything will go right for some people and that we should only expect the best, but it's equally as bad to assume that everything will go wrong in life and not trying at anything. I'll admit, he does seem a bit overzealous about becoming a radiologist and having everything work out for him, but you can't blame him for being hopeful. You never know how something will go unless you try. Sorry If I came off as a bit offensive.
User avatar #189 - TheHutchie (07/08/2014) [-]
I actually think much the same as you, but like I said, I was meeting one extreme with another.

I hope his plans work out for him, but I don't think he's being very bright about it. It sounds like the guy has no contingency plan at all.

I think it's pretty important that we all realise that any time you say "this will happen" or "this won't happen", you're essentially making a bet. I'm sure most of us will have heard about counting our chickens or putting all our eggs in one basket. There's no way to predict what kinds of hidden forces at play could influence his future and in what ways. Same goes for you and me.

My natural reaction when somebody seems 100% sure about something is to say, "don't count on it", because if you don't have a plan ready in case you fail, I'd say you don't really deserve success. But that's just me.
User avatar #216 - professorbob (07/08/2014) [-]
I agree completely. I just hate when people try to talk others out of following their dreams because "it might not work out in the end." It's an incredibly pessimistic and unrealistic way of looking at things, and it bugs me when people assume that just because they didn't succeed at everything they wanted to that they have to drag others down to their level.

Also, I too think it's important to have a contingency plan in case everything doesn't go as expected. I'm taking a pharmacy tech course over the next few years and hopefully that should help me on my way through college if I manage to find a job. And if my chosen career doesn't work out, I can possibly go back to school and earn a degree to become a pharmacist. Although that is way down the road, it's good to know I have a few potential fallback plans in case something goes wrong.
#225 - anonymous (07/08/2014) [-]
Thehutvhie is an ass. radiologists make good money. 40-60 a year. and community collages are cheep. $20,000 is not bad. I had $50,000 from a University that was forgiven because I worked as a firefighter for 5 years.
User avatar #224 - TheHutchie (07/08/2014) [-]
I'm currently following two of my dreams. Well, one's already sort of come true, and now I'm sort of bashing everything into shape, and the other's a work-in-progress.

The first one, the one that's already happening, is a gaming channel on Youtube. I don't plan on stopping making videos for it, and there's not really any real contingency plan I can throw down for that one, so we'll see what happens.

The second, however, is a bit of a gamble. Applying for what is essentially a dream job. There's a good chance I won't get it. I have to accept that. I think that might be why Captain Optimism up there annoyed me so much. Well, that and loans aren't exactly the most financially viable option these days, with APRs of 1400% and shit like that.
#20 - Had an 8th grade teacher that did this. When people interr… 07/08/2014 on STFU SOPHIE 0
#118 - Americans are idiots when it comes to college, and I'm America…  [+] (13 new replies) 07/08/2014 on Uni +2
#213 - anonymous (07/08/2014) [-]
>Becoming a radiologist
>Going to community college
Pick one
#122 - anonymous (07/08/2014) [-]
"I'll be able to pay off any loans I have to get within a few years after I get a job."

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
User avatar #127 - drldrl (07/08/2014) [-]
It'll cost around $5,000 a year, and I might be able to get grants for a little less than that every year. So yea, I'll be able to pay it off easily once I get a job.
User avatar #131 - TheHutchie (07/08/2014) [-]
How young are you that you haven't yet worked out that none of these things ever go to plan?
User avatar #133 - drldrl (07/08/2014) [-]
Except ya know, it does when you plan shit.
I've already got a job lined up after I get my degree, and if needed there's a company that'll completely pay for my college if I go for engineering. But I'd rather not do that.
User avatar #135 - TheHutchie (07/08/2014) [-]
Alright then, you get back to me when you get that job. And then you can do six month updates until you lose that job due to unforeseen circumstances.

I think you're completely naive, but hey, that doesn't matter. Not next to a positive attitude.
#154 - professorbob (07/08/2014) [-]
I think it's rather pessimistic to expect him to lose his job and have his plan fall apart for no reason, don't you? Just because life went poorly for you doesn't mean it will for everybody else.
User avatar #159 - TheHutchie (07/08/2014) [-]
Some things in my life have gone as expected, others better than expected, and some others have gone completely tits up. Anyone who says their life is different is talking shit, and it's an unrealistic expectation to say something like,
"I'll be going to be a radiologist, something that has more openings every year and good pay. I'll be able to pay off any loans I have to get within a few years after I get a job."

So yes, I think what I said was pessimistic. I met one extreme with another, and I fully intended to.
User avatar #172 - professorbob (07/08/2014) [-]
I wasn't saying that everything will go right for some people and that we should only expect the best, but it's equally as bad to assume that everything will go wrong in life and not trying at anything. I'll admit, he does seem a bit overzealous about becoming a radiologist and having everything work out for him, but you can't blame him for being hopeful. You never know how something will go unless you try. Sorry If I came off as a bit offensive.
User avatar #189 - TheHutchie (07/08/2014) [-]
I actually think much the same as you, but like I said, I was meeting one extreme with another.

I hope his plans work out for him, but I don't think he's being very bright about it. It sounds like the guy has no contingency plan at all.

I think it's pretty important that we all realise that any time you say "this will happen" or "this won't happen", you're essentially making a bet. I'm sure most of us will have heard about counting our chickens or putting all our eggs in one basket. There's no way to predict what kinds of hidden forces at play could influence his future and in what ways. Same goes for you and me.

My natural reaction when somebody seems 100% sure about something is to say, "don't count on it", because if you don't have a plan ready in case you fail, I'd say you don't really deserve success. But that's just me.
User avatar #216 - professorbob (07/08/2014) [-]
I agree completely. I just hate when people try to talk others out of following their dreams because "it might not work out in the end." It's an incredibly pessimistic and unrealistic way of looking at things, and it bugs me when people assume that just because they didn't succeed at everything they wanted to that they have to drag others down to their level.

Also, I too think it's important to have a contingency plan in case everything doesn't go as expected. I'm taking a pharmacy tech course over the next few years and hopefully that should help me on my way through college if I manage to find a job. And if my chosen career doesn't work out, I can possibly go back to school and earn a degree to become a pharmacist. Although that is way down the road, it's good to know I have a few potential fallback plans in case something goes wrong.
#225 - anonymous (07/08/2014) [-]
Thehutvhie is an ass. radiologists make good money. 40-60 a year. and community collages are cheep. $20,000 is not bad. I had $50,000 from a University that was forgiven because I worked as a firefighter for 5 years.
User avatar #224 - TheHutchie (07/08/2014) [-]
I'm currently following two of my dreams. Well, one's already sort of come true, and now I'm sort of bashing everything into shape, and the other's a work-in-progress.

The first one, the one that's already happening, is a gaming channel on Youtube. I don't plan on stopping making videos for it, and there's not really any real contingency plan I can throw down for that one, so we'll see what happens.

The second, however, is a bit of a gamble. Applying for what is essentially a dream job. There's a good chance I won't get it. I have to accept that. I think that might be why Captain Optimism up there annoyed me so much. Well, that and loans aren't exactly the most financially viable option these days, with APRs of 1400% and shit like that.
#40 - While they look really similar, Tom has more white in his bear…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/08/2014 on but there are people out there 0
User avatar #54 - auntyino (07/08/2014) [-]
Damn, I thought it wasn't for so long until the people I was with convinced me it was... Thought he was a bit too young looking tbh... But hey, I met a guy who looks a lot like Araya in stage lighting settings haha
#121065 - Now some parts of this are decent, but it all still sounds out… 07/08/2014 on Music - new music, hip hop... 0
#121063 - It sounds like they all put in earplugs and tried playing diff…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/08/2014 on Music - new music, hip hop... 0
User avatar #121064 - shibe (07/08/2014) [-]
This Heat - Horizontal Hold In my opinion, Deceit isn't their masterpiece. In my opinion, their self titled is their masterpiece. Less screamy guy, more great instrumentation.
User avatar #121065 - drldrl (07/08/2014) [-]
Now some parts of this are decent, but it all still sounds out of place and doesn't flow together at all.
It made me want to listen to Slipknot's first album though, so I guess that's good.
#23 - "better voice actors" Sorry but 99% of Japanese …  [+] (7 new replies) 07/08/2014 on I can't think of a good title -2
User avatar #24 - ponieskilledmyacc (07/08/2014) [-]
Okay, can't really read that and stay silent.
They certainly look like chicks, but voice acting there is so respected for a reason.
When something is popular, it gets better (kinda like sports) and voice acting is probably more popular than actual acting in Japan, so they got really good at it.
User avatar #253 - kinginyellow (07/08/2014) [-]
So have English voice actors, it's not obscure or unpopular here. People just can't look past anime and look at the things actually given a big budget in Western animation. Pixar and Disney overshadow anime dubs in terms of money, so they make sure to hire professionals. You can't tell me voice actors like Mark Hamill and Nolan North aren't respected as much as Japanese voice actors are, the problem is looking at the same medium in different countries instead of the most popular form of animation in each.
User avatar #309 - ponieskilledmyacc (07/08/2014) [-]
Oh, no, no, I never said Japanese voice-acting is superior to American, nor I meant to say it's better to watch Avatar in Japanese, I just couldn't let the guy say shit about one of the best voice acting in the world(tied with American and Brazillian in my humble opinion).
User avatar #310 - kinginyellow (07/08/2014) [-]
Oh ya, just sounded like that. Well you're not a weeb so you're good.
User avatar #311 - ponieskilledmyacc (07/08/2014) [-]
Well I do watch anime, but I really miss when it used to be dubbed in my language(pt/br).
#93 - captainprincess (07/08/2014) [-]
They're not that good though
User avatar #54 - sketchE (07/08/2014) [-]
to correct drldrl, a lot of dudes are voiced by chicks
#121043 - I like this better than the original. Phil was never to…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/08/2014 on Music - new music, hip hop... 0
User avatar #121061 - citruslord (07/08/2014) [-]
Tyr usually does some sick covers. Heri has a good voice for it.
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User avatar #13 - waitingformydeath (12/12/2013) [-]
are you drl?
User avatar #14 to #13 - drldrl (12/12/2013) [-]
This was just asked like a month ago. There was a bunch of comments here but the dude deleted it or sumtin.
Nope. I met him though. It was strange.
User avatar #15 to #14 - waitingformydeath (12/12/2013) [-]
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and you met the guy irl? how tall is he
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No, I saw him on here.
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