Sep 13th 2010 6:40PM Amen to that BOOWAH. It's hard to believe how some people can be so absurd about family.. they tell people to grow up and get out of the house. I say Grow up and realize that person you just kicked out was your own kin. Where I come from, Family is there for each other, and nothing is thicker than blood.
Sep 13th 2010 2:28PM Though I agree to a certain point with those who are against children living with their parents, I believe this little story can help those who are completely for it.
I am 20 years old, I have been living with my parents since birth. Last year I fell in love with a girl and decided to move in with her in a different state. After much time looking for a job, and unsuccessfully obtaining one, my girlfriend dumped me and I was forced to move out. After 127 applications to jobs of all sorts around that local area, only 3 granted me interviews. I was not hired. I believe much had to do with me being an out of stater. Hence, I moved back in with my parents. During all that time I was also paying for college to obtain a degree on my own. When I moved back in with my parents, I got a job and am currently working to still pay for college. I applied to 14 places when I moved back and got a job after 2 weeks. Much was appreciated through the help of my parents, Knowing who they know. However it is just a gas-station job. It beats not having anything at all. Now imagine trying to pay for college, and paying for rent, Even with a roomate, that is near impossible. let alone by oneself. So understandably I do appreciate what my parents do for me. So I in turn pay them 100 dollars a month for helping me out, though they did not ask me to pay them at all. I felt as though I should. Many people say Failure to Launch, However I say without my parents help, It would be launching me to failure. In today's economy finding jobs are not as easy as 10-18 years ago. Especially if you move out of the state you were born in.
Feb 9th 2010 9:56PM This is also true, I think girls need to look back at what they are saying because when you are commenting on a supposed "majority" of males stereotypes, don't use a stereotype of your own to back up your theory. It is just bad sportsmanship, and I think that is what has been lost over the years here.
Feb 9th 2010 9:52PM Okay, granted girls play games, And yes all Gamers believe they can topple over everyone else, just don't say that since you are a girl you can out-do any guy. That is most likely not logical in any sense whether you are a guy or girl, there will always be a better player no matter the sex. And though many guys probably think that way about girls, they are immature and need to look back on what they just said. Most guys who take gaming seriously know that girls are a force to reckon with (me being on of those guys.) In my opinion girls should play more, it just offers more of a challenge, across all platforms. So girl gamers, tell your girlfriends to get into the gamer world. It's much better than it used to be.
Jan 20th 2010 11:35AM So basically he's not a born genius? He just studied / studies really hard. To me that is far better than claiming oneself as automatic genius, it describes his potential at striving towards a goal. I congratulate you young one, Hope to hear your name more fluently in the future. Again Congratulations.
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