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    *Shrugs* Might as well start out this way.

    Might as well start a post that amounts to something instead of one of those "Im new here" Posts

    What is your current job?

    Im 16, and working on finalizing my A+ test- Just the software portion left. All i have to do is find money for that thing :\ - and part time studying for the network core test.

    When im able to, im hoping to major in computer sciences, and work with networks cause in the summer, I work with the cities school district as the grunt worker. Its fun.

    Sooner or later, ill see a job opening for any computer job, and ill take it. Only time will tell.

    So what do ya'll do?

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    College student.

    Lift weights and stare at fine women!

    No really, that's about all I do.

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    I make sure tanks can find things to blow up. Via networking of course.
    I hate this place, nothing works here, I\'ve been here for 7 years, the medication does\'nt work...

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    htmm graphic designer or bastard network administrator

    edit: Currently I'm a Junior in High School .

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    Sophomore in high school.

    I stare at passing boobies and sleep and just hang out, whatever i can.

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    23 yr old. Ex-Government Employee in Aviation Security. Current Security guard with a small company. Thinking about going to Police Academy.
    "Never give in-never, never, never, in nothing great or small, large or petty, never give in to convictions of honor and good sense. Never yield to force; never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy!" - Winston Churchill

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    24 Year old college student in 2nd year studying computer security and forensics.

    I spend all day staring at my computer screen wondering why I can't find any women.
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    I went to school when I was five, stoped going after I turned 13, came back when I was 15 or 16 but that was only to drink, smoke, fight, and ****, then I got bored and stoped going agian... I've taught myself stuff except reading, writeing, & talking... my parents taught me that stuff. Schools & computers wow.... what a ****ing waste of my time.

    Now I have to go get a G.E.D. with a bunch of peaple who are ****ing 10 times stupider than I am, then afterwards I will most likely go to a really shity school, To be honest I never learn anything... I just want something to hang infront of my wall which will help me get some better jobs but unfortunetly 'better jobs' means that I will most likely spend the rest of my days fixing cars or computers because I have no other real skill besides codeing and telling other peaple how to ****ing point, click, then get a clue.

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    Freshman in College. CIS Major. Gonna take COBOL, and webdesign (java, html, .asp etc) VB, and C++ in next two semesters.
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    Now I have to go get a G.E.D. with a bunch of peaple who are ****ing 10 times stupider than I am
    I wouldn't worry about that too much, I had to get my G.E.D. as well. I home-schooled my senior year of highschool and the damn people I homeschooled with refused to send me my diploma! After a year of waiting on it I had no other choice but to go ahead with the G.E.D. so I could go to college. I'm now a sophomore in college, so it can work out.


    <--- homeschool association

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