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  1. Adalaidetype5
    05-12-2015 09:34 AM
    Adalaidetype5 commented on Do you even lift, bro?
    good one!
  2. Highbinder
    05-07-2015 02:59 PM
  3. Antares
    05-06-2015 01:23 PM
    The ending makes sense if you've played through the visual novel which westerners can't really access, but yeah. That was the worst thing about the anime, that it's a prequel. I thought most things up to ep 25 was excellent though.
  4. Antares
    05-05-2015 09:38 PM
  5. Pure
    05-05-2015 08:48 AM
    Pure commented on Amusing Images Thread Vol. 5
    The shadow b/w her legs looks like a penis.
  6. Maiohmy
    04-17-2015 06:36 PM
    LMAO, at least you're being aware
  7. Maiohmy
    04-17-2015 05:56 PM
    Lol, thank you. They are very cartoonish!
  8. Maiohmy
    04-17-2015 05:49 PM
  9. Polymath20
    04-17-2015 11:20 AM
    I was 22 or 23 when I got started and I started plugging and unplugging and humping desktops around.
  10. Polymath20
    04-17-2015 09:28 AM
    There are thousands of jobs once you get into technology. You can work towards whatever kind of work suits you. There's a lot of demand for data scientists so that's something you can do. The field is always evolving.
  11. Polymath20
    04-17-2015 08:09 AM
    SQL is pretty damn easy to start learning and it's a required peripheral skill in my line of work. I would start there and take some data wrangling classes online (there's a shit ton of stuff for free). Get good with actually using databases (writing queries and recording data) but also get familiar with the technical architecture of stuff like MongoDB - things that have infinite expandability are going to be The Next Big Thing.
  12. Polymath20
    04-17-2015 07:54 AM
    The most important things are your intelligence/drive and what is geographically available in your area. I'm lucky to live in a tech hub so my career has advanced by sheer virtue of the high demand for intelligent people who can learn on the job. I only started with A+ and Network+ certification and no degree. The right combination of hard work and geographic demand did the rest.
  13. Polymath20
    04-17-2015 07:33 AM
    Yeah why?
  14. eagleseven
    02-05-2015 09:15 AM
    eagleseven commented on Being practical vs. chasing your passions
  15. Antares
    Once you've been good friends for this long I guess you sort of see her as a sibling- they've been friends for more than 40 years now, and the behavior had emerged in the last few years after she had been laid off. My aunt, her sister in law, has also displayed some shitty behavior towards my mother over the years, which begun when my maternal grandmother clearly preferred me over my cousin (her son). Typical Asian family drama. Mother did a cost benefit analysis and decided that winning an ego pissing contest wasn't worth alienating the people she cares for (my uncle and my mom's friend... she doesn't much care for my aunt). Even this friend isn't a bitch all the time. My mother likes to take the high road. She's sort of a saint sometimes. She can just shrug off these insults after a short while. Enneagram Type 1 at its finest.
  16. eagleseven
    10-23-2014 11:14 AM
  17. eagleseven
    09-17-2014 10:34 AM
    eagleseven commented on Critique this Physique pt.2!
  18. Antares
    Was just reading this post. Dating an ENFJ man right now. He canceled plans several times (we're long distance) because his friends put something upon him and he felt he couldn't say no. Honestly I find it highly disrespectful (to his credit he felt guilty- guilty! To hear that I declined an invitation because we agreed to skype that night). To me it was not a hardship at all. I promised him BEFORE I got the invitation. If I had gotten the invitation before and said yes, I wouldn't have skyped him just because he asked unless it was an emergency. I keep my promises because I respect him and take him seriously. It's an issue of honor. I would do it for anyone I respect. I would respect it if he declined to skype because he had promised his friend first. But he hadn't. Honestly I feel I'm pretty low priority in his life right now, just because I'm not in his physical vicinity to make him feel guilty about turning me down, while they are. If I had been physically present when he got that invitation, I bet he wouldn't have flaked. Did you ever try to resolve this with your ex ENFJ?
  19. desuntcetera
    08-12-2014 03:32 PM
    I actually got the job, but decided not to take it. I think I probably would have if it hadn't been a 2 year temporary job.
  20. 2obvious
    08-11-2014 10:39 AM
    Ah. I think we're talking about the same thing. (DC has a very high level of base education.)

    Regardless of one's umpteen degrees, I consider you "anti-intellectual" when your idea of a "good time" involves turning your brain off. What you do for fun trumps what how your values shape your actions. "Taking oneself seriously" is a negative, ironically in the pursuit of a serious relationship.

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