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Ok...so im bugging the fuck out...

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by SleepAnDream, Apr 15, 2005.

  1. SleepAnDream

    SleepAnDream 12oz Elite Member

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    Ok...so im bugging the fuck out...

    Discussion started by SleepAnDream - Apr 15, 2005

    SO yeah, for those of you that know me well, youve probably known what ive been doing for the last five years. For those of you that dont, ill let you in on a little secret. you see, back in 99, as a gullible senior in high school, trying to figure out what the fuck im going to do with my life, i got suckered into something i never wouldve immagined myself doing: i joined the service, the marine corps specifically. im not saying its terrible, but its far from awsome and definetly not condusive to the type of person/ the lifestyle i live and or want to live. Its been five years of a guarenteed paycheck, a guarenteed roof over my head, medical, dental etc. Well, evidently my time is up and the time has come for me to start looking at what i need to do for the rest of my life, or for the time being at least. I have no idea where to start. i need a fucking job thatll pay me decent...ive been fixing guns for the last four and a half years...what the fuck am i going to do with myself? meh...this shit sucks...
     
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    <KEY3> - Replied Apr 15, 2005

    get a job at a gun store?
    [​IMG]
     
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    sans sheriff - Replied Apr 15, 2005

    What's that?
    Movie theater?!

    :clown2:
     
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    SleepAnDream - Replied Apr 15, 2005

    i bring people through my shop sometimes and they bug at the thousands of guns and millions of dollars in weapory and optics in this shithole. they get all excited. im starting to think that if i touch another gun in my life, i might just load it and shoot myself. im thinking about doing what everyone else has done and prolong my future by another four years and go to college but still, i need a fuckin job too, although the gi bill will pretty much pay for college, you need to pay up front first and they reimburse you. so...money is definetly going to be a factor....
     
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    Lovethyneighbor - Replied Apr 15, 2005

    damn thats pretty shitty man.

    try out www.craigslist.org.

    they got jobs for evey motherfucker.

    hope it helps.
     
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    Soldier Of Fortune magaine?
     
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    Can't you get a free college education now thanks to Uncle Sam?
     
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    Work at a grocery store and hit on all the hot women that come through your line....it got me through college
     
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    SleepAnDream - Replied Apr 15, 2005

    really, a non-military career path NEEDS to be in my future.
    id like to get into something where i can be creative.
    custom paint jobs is something ive took an interst in latley. anyone have and insight on that? i really would love working around trains as well... looks like construction and bartending for the meantime though...boring. i dont want to work with food and really, im a lazy fuck. i dont see myself enjoying laying concrete or roofing for the rest of my life....ef that...my criminal/ driving record narrow down the feild a bit too...sucks.
     
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    SleepAnDream - Replied Apr 15, 2005

    The Montgomery GI Bill provides up to 36 months of education benefits for college, business, technical, correspondence or vocational courses, apprenticeship or job training, or flight school. Participants can receive over $36,000 in tuition.


    but you pay upfront and they mail you a check a couple weeks later. you must maintain a C average or above or you have to pay the full ammount of the course you got a D or an F in...
     
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    <KEY3> - Replied Apr 15, 2005

    that's fucked that you can join the army and be given a gun despite having a criminal record
    but you probably cant get bonded to work as a night manager at a 24hour grocery store because of that same record.
     
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    Tough Love - Replied Apr 15, 2005

    work as a rent a cop or some kind of security job? bouncer? something violent or a job where ud need to be tough...ur past experience in the army could work to ur advantage...
     
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    GREENOJOS - Replied Apr 15, 2005

    go get a manager's position selling guns at oshman's or some other store like academy like hunting place. that would be pretty easy and a no brainer. to get out of the gun aspect of careers though, just think of something else you might like doing, such as sales, or whatever else floats your boat. ask other people what they do. that helped me a lot.
     
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    UPRR.com..

    Check it out..
     
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    for a norma job, you might apply at a diner to become a middle aged waitress.
     
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