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never stick your dick in something you aren't sure it'll come out of.

 

never stick your dick in crazy

was something I read on here a while ago, and thank god I did follow that advice

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never stick your dick in crazy

was something I read on here a while ago, and thank god I did follow that advice

 

Funny. I once read, I need to pump a baby in this one.

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never stick your dick in crazy

was something I read on here a while ago, and thank god I did follow that advice

 

Nah man, crazy is the best kind.

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Haven't seen you on here for months, now you return with this statement..

 

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LOL

 

I've been around... Lurking in the shadows and plotting our return.

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No ketchup on hotdogs

 

I like ketchup on hotdogs. Actually I usually get my fully loaded with ketchup, mustard, that kethupy onion thing they do and sauerkraut.

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Selling product is better than selling service. The former scales far easier and you can literally do it in your sleep. The latter has a lower ceiling considering everyone has the same 24 hours and the complexities of logistics and success are exponential as it scales upwards.

 

Should seem obvious but wish I’d taken this to heart 20 - 25 years ago instead of trying to make up for it now.

 

On that note, anyone know where @KaBar is?

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Honestly, one of the most invaluable things in the 21st century is self-learning. There are so many resources out there online that you can fully take advantage of and land you a job. Just to list a few off my head:

https://ocw.mit.edu/index.htm, https://www.khanacademy.org/, https://www.udemy.com/, https://www.studypug.com/glossary.html, etc.

If you fully commit yourself to learning a particular skill and demonstrate it through a personal project, many employers will look into hiring you (especially in the software field).

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On 6/12/2018 at 12:58 PM, misteraven said:

Selling product is better than selling service. The former scales far easier and you can literally do it in your sleep. The latter has a lower ceiling considering everyone has the same 24 hours and the complexities of logistics and success are exponential as it scales upwards.

 

Should seem obvious but wish I’d taken this to heart 20 - 25 years ago instead of trying to make up for it now.

 

On that note, anyone know where @KaBar is?

Interesting. Makes sense in terms of growing a business... but do you think that necessary makes it 'better'?

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Well, “better” is inherently a subjective term. But if the goal is to make more money or at least to make money with less individual involvement, than yeah. Probably better. 

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19 hours ago, misteraven said:

Well, “better” is inherently a subjective term. But if the goal is to make more money or at least to make money with less individual involvement, than yeah. Probably better. 

For real, I didn’t word that very well. Just interesting coming from someone whose done so much cool stuff. 

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