Thats good. Companys like employees who know lot's of programs. What I meant though is I don't wanna get stuck with just computers for a career
which is why I would enjoy Computer Science more. It's got some science mixed into it. Majoring in a plain old science on the other hand might be a
What do I want?
Well, I'm doing pretty well in life as it is. Though I could stand being a better writer. I'm like a machine, you put something in, you get
something out. I haven't read anything for a while, but I recently picked up a collection of short stories by Orson Scott Card and I'm hoping to be
Other then that......
I'll take some A&W Cream Soda.
Yeah I'm through with learning, and teaching is virtually the same thing except the opposite. Stuck in a school all day with a bunch of kids...
Of course you have all those vacation days but still...depends on the person I guess.
It was the 'stuck in school all day with those students' that really changed my mind for me. I know there are some intelligent teenagers out there,
but for the most part some of them can be real dense at times.
Hey voidmaster, I feel ya. It took me like a year to finish this one book I started reading like last Christmas. I gota brush up on those writing
techniques. They don't teach us any mechanics or writing techniques in my senior year accelerated English class. All we do is read novels, discuss,
My car, a 10 year old saturn might be on its last leg. It has 160 thousand miles. Yesterday the temps dropped and the car refused to start.
Bla.... I think the gas line is frozen, it has almost a full tank.
well. im sort of hung over, and dehydrated so id like a niceeeeee cold gatorade.
but i dont have any.
and i dont plan on getting out of this chair
i love being good looking.
cuz i can reach my cell phone
and hittup a nice lady friend.
and ask her if she wants to hang out
and tell her to bring some gatorade, a broom, and some bagels.
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