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xentacle

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Date Signed Up:11/23/2011
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#14 - Mah ****** 08/30/2013 on when I find out a girl I... +1
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#121 - Listening to "You're not the boss of me now" by they… 08/29/2013 on Move the oven mitts! 0
#202 - Everything in life is a risk, its riskier not going to college… 08/23/2013 on Brilliant 0
#198 - Never said you were a college dropout, you just sound like one…  [+] (2 new replies) 08/23/2013 on Brilliant 0
#200 - xnotcreative (08/23/2013) [-]
I'm proud to be a jar head, and I'm proud to be surrounded by fellow jar heads.

College isn't the type of education for me, and it's not the type of advancement I want in life. Yes, although college can help you pursue a higher paying career, it's still a risk depending on what you go for because chances are, you'l have someone better than you out there, that wants the same job you do, and there aren't an unlimited amount of jobs out there that everyone can just work hard to get.

For example, my mother's an immigrant from Korea that made a high paying living working as a dental technician. She couldn't afford college and couldn't afford to pay off college whilst paying for her already as low as can get living standard. So she didn't go to college, and decided to open up a dental laboratory instead.

College isn't for everyone, and I believe you have absolutely no right to judge people for choosing a different course for themselves.

Also, thank you for that last sentence.
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#202 - xentacle (08/23/2013) [-]
Everything in life is a risk, its riskier not going to college/uni. You can be that better person in that field if you work your ass off, even If you're not the best but you'll certainly be better and life will be better. Yes you can still have a good life finding your own direction without guidance from further education but its less streamlined and more of a struggle, I bet your mother wish she could've gone to college. I would never judge someone for choosing a different course in life as it all boils down to you and your ambitions, however I am judging you on your narrow-minded view on the benefits of further education.

Good day, Sir.
#194 - You sound like a dropout making excuses. That or you're lazy a…  [+] (4 new replies) 08/22/2013 on Brilliant 0
#197 - xnotcreative (08/23/2013) [-]
Wrong.

I'm joining the army as soon as I turn 18 so I can train to be an auto mechanic at Fort Dix for my AIT training, and working there for 20 years till I can retire and earn a military paycheck WHILE I get a second paycheck working as a dental technician.

Such a basic assumption by the way.

Also, if you really think your copy and pasted plan for your life is going to work for you, go for it.
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#198 - xentacle (08/23/2013) [-]
Never said you were a college dropout, you just sound like one.
Your ideas of college and further education are blurred, its not a "copy and paste" there's so much variety of courses and things to achieve in universities or college not all strictly being academic , you can get some military qualifications and join the military at a higher rank (leading back to my other point). Plus Its a good experience and builds skills,further education is much different compared to high school, you're not just told to copy notes and told that this is that, its more down to your own study and research and helps build independance (aswell as living without parents)
I can't help but think you're a jar head, but sincerely, I wish you the best in your military service.
#200 - xnotcreative (08/23/2013) [-]
I'm proud to be a jar head, and I'm proud to be surrounded by fellow jar heads.

College isn't the type of education for me, and it's not the type of advancement I want in life. Yes, although college can help you pursue a higher paying career, it's still a risk depending on what you go for because chances are, you'l have someone better than you out there, that wants the same job you do, and there aren't an unlimited amount of jobs out there that everyone can just work hard to get.

For example, my mother's an immigrant from Korea that made a high paying living working as a dental technician. She couldn't afford college and couldn't afford to pay off college whilst paying for her already as low as can get living standard. So she didn't go to college, and decided to open up a dental laboratory instead.

College isn't for everyone, and I believe you have absolutely no right to judge people for choosing a different course for themselves.

Also, thank you for that last sentence.
User avatar
#202 - xentacle (08/23/2013) [-]
Everything in life is a risk, its riskier not going to college/uni. You can be that better person in that field if you work your ass off, even If you're not the best but you'll certainly be better and life will be better. Yes you can still have a good life finding your own direction without guidance from further education but its less streamlined and more of a struggle, I bet your mother wish she could've gone to college. I would never judge someone for choosing a different course in life as it all boils down to you and your ambitions, however I am judging you on your narrow-minded view on the benefits of further education.

Good day, Sir.
#118 - Mathematically this ***** can't be destroyed. 08/22/2013 on (untitled) -1
#28 - You look for a job requiring the necessary qualifications whic…  [+] (6 new replies) 08/22/2013 on Brilliant 0
#145 - xnotcreative (08/22/2013) [-]
There are way too many variables to put it as easily as you and graphenz just did.
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#194 - xentacle (08/22/2013) [-]
You sound like a dropout making excuses. That or you're lazy and are afraid of work. Just Wait till you're over thirty and you'll understand / realise
#197 - xnotcreative (08/23/2013) [-]
Wrong.

I'm joining the army as soon as I turn 18 so I can train to be an auto mechanic at Fort Dix for my AIT training, and working there for 20 years till I can retire and earn a military paycheck WHILE I get a second paycheck working as a dental technician.

Such a basic assumption by the way.

Also, if you really think your copy and pasted plan for your life is going to work for you, go for it.
User avatar
#198 - xentacle (08/23/2013) [-]
Never said you were a college dropout, you just sound like one.
Your ideas of college and further education are blurred, its not a "copy and paste" there's so much variety of courses and things to achieve in universities or college not all strictly being academic , you can get some military qualifications and join the military at a higher rank (leading back to my other point). Plus Its a good experience and builds skills,further education is much different compared to high school, you're not just told to copy notes and told that this is that, its more down to your own study and research and helps build independance (aswell as living without parents)
I can't help but think you're a jar head, but sincerely, I wish you the best in your military service.
#200 - xnotcreative (08/23/2013) [-]
I'm proud to be a jar head, and I'm proud to be surrounded by fellow jar heads.

College isn't the type of education for me, and it's not the type of advancement I want in life. Yes, although college can help you pursue a higher paying career, it's still a risk depending on what you go for because chances are, you'l have someone better than you out there, that wants the same job you do, and there aren't an unlimited amount of jobs out there that everyone can just work hard to get.

For example, my mother's an immigrant from Korea that made a high paying living working as a dental technician. She couldn't afford college and couldn't afford to pay off college whilst paying for her already as low as can get living standard. So she didn't go to college, and decided to open up a dental laboratory instead.

College isn't for everyone, and I believe you have absolutely no right to judge people for choosing a different course for themselves.

Also, thank you for that last sentence.
User avatar
#202 - xentacle (08/23/2013) [-]
Everything in life is a risk, its riskier not going to college/uni. You can be that better person in that field if you work your ass off, even If you're not the best but you'll certainly be better and life will be better. Yes you can still have a good life finding your own direction without guidance from further education but its less streamlined and more of a struggle, I bet your mother wish she could've gone to college. I would never judge someone for choosing a different course in life as it all boils down to you and your ambitions, however I am judging you on your narrow-minded view on the benefits of further education.

Good day, Sir.
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