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Title: I'm back!
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#1
After eleven months of living at school (Job Corps) with virtually no access to the Internet. Thus, no Whatpulse.

I've fallen so far behind! D :

So... what's been up with you fine, fine folks?
 
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#2
Welcome back. You have a lot of catching up to do. Smile
New versions of the client are great compared to a year ago. The core is still here though, as well as members such as myself. Good luck climbing back up the ranks!
 
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#3
Thank you very much for the welcome, SearchBuzz.

I'm probably going to ditch my -now dead- family team and look for another one soon. I'll have to put some thought into it.
 
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#4
Welcome back, I've missed your comments! ;-)

What were doing doing at JC, nothing IT-related?
 
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#5
I originally went there for their CST program (Computer Service Technician) but shortly realized I already knew everything their program taught.

After bumping around for a while I ended up in Plastering, which is more or less learning how to put mud on walls. If all goes well I will be employed as a construction worker by a company in Portland by the end of this week.

Why do you specifically ask if I went for an IT program?
 
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(12-13-2013, 05:07 PM)Tozzi Wrote: Why do you specifically ask if I went for an IT program?

Mostly because of the lack of internet/WhatPulse. ;-)

Going from a technician to construction is a pretty step, no technical work around?
 
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#7
I don't understand what you mean by techical work around.

Though, I really don't feel I want to do anything computer related for a living. I love working with computers and pretending I know what I am doing when I take them apart and rebuild them. (I don't) Then the reward that I get when everything finally works out and I have a fixed computer.

I feel like if I did that for a living, I'd lose it as a fun hobby.

Besides, I'll make more money as a construction worker which will allow me to buy more computer stuff. : D
 
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#8
Computing is my living, both professionally, socially and as a hobby. If it is your passion, it never gets boring even if you end up typing all day at your job.
 
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#9
(12-11-2013, 07:12 PM)Tozzi Wrote: [..] no access to the Internet.

I'm confused, why not count w/WhatPulse anyway; while being offline? :-0

^ That and welcome back!..;) :)
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^ This was cool xD
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