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Harrry
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Reged: 07/14/04
Posts: 1651
Loc: Down by the river!!
Re: sweet. MOVED IN! new
#1312176 (Re: Pudmunkie) 09/04/06 07:24 PM

Originally posted by Pudmunkie:
It will be, orientation was the biggest waste of my time.

Wait until you start classes, you'll be alright.





I soo agree with you. Waste of time for sure.

Just look at the map in the fall schedule. It will show you all the builders on campus. Just use that to find your way around.

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Pudmunkie
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Reged: 09/10/04
Posts: 1978
Loc: SEMIEGLOLlerskates
Re: sweet. MOVED IN! new
#1312195 (Re: Harrry) 09/04/06 08:09 PM

Harry and I will have to give you our numbers in case you need anything.

Also, just a bit of advice. DO NOT trust the advisors, and make sure you take at least 15 credit hours a semester, or you will not graduate in 4 yrs.

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Alex
'99 SVT Contour

-=|WANTED: Vortech, working or not |=-

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LittleFishie
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Reged: 09/14/00
Posts: 1757
Loc: S. Michigan
Re: sweet. MOVED IN! new
#1312279 (Re: Pudmunkie) 09/04/06 11:33 PM

Originally posted by Pudmunkie:
make sure you take at least 15 credit hours a semester, or you will not graduate in 4 yrs.




So what? If you get out in 4 years, you missed the point of college!!

Alias, it's a chance to start a whole new life. Look at it as a clean slate where no one knows you or anything about you. Make the best of it, because all you have to look forward to afterwards is work and bills, a slave to the man.

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Pudmunkie
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Reged: 09/10/04
Posts: 1978
Loc: SEMIEGLOLlerskates
Re: sweet. MOVED IN! new
#1312465 (Re: LittleFishie) 09/05/06 03:27 AM

Maybe you like sticking around for 5, 6, or 7 years partying and going to class. I personally cant stand school, I cant stand classes, and I cant stand being broke. I want to get started with my career.

You really need more then 4 years of straight partying??

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Alex
'99 SVT Contour

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LittleFishie
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Reged: 09/14/00
Posts: 1757
Loc: S. Michigan
Re: sweet. MOVED IN! new
#1312547 (Re: Pudmunkie) 09/05/06 09:18 AM

Easy there pal! All I'm saying is what's the big rush in being out in exactly 4 years? Well of course the actual class and studying part of college isn't too thrilling, but the whole expierience is a grand thing.

I can tell we have totally different fundamental beliefs. Money isn't a big concern to me, and I can and will live quite simply. Being broke doesn't bother me so much, there is so much more to life than money and working.

FYI, I'll be out in December which equates to 4.5 years of schooling. Only once did I take 15 credit hours.

Did you meet your roomie Alias?

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Stazi
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Reged: 11/18/00
Posts: 10015
Loc: The land of Vegemite and Foster's (Actually Livonia, MI)
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#1312640 (Re: LittleFishie) 09/05/06 03:44 PM

After 4 years of engineering school I couldn't RUN out of there fast enough!

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Knuckles rebuilt w/new bearings $55
AUSSIE ENDLINKS $70
Gutted pre-cats $80/set

A lack of planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on mine!

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