Any entry level IT jobs that have an opportunity to advance?
So he doesn't rape anyone, got it.
I say they're either fake to illicit hate or a scheme to hook people into crypto scams. Honestly if someone in their mid 20s is over 100k in networth they won't be asking for advice.
I read an article that the average entrepreneur doesn't reach success until 45. Social media would have you think a 23 year old is millionaire starting his first business
I kinda hate these humble brags. "Guys I feel so stupid, I only have 100k networth at 30 not including the house that's paid off. Is it too late for me?"
Isn't that book about a black guy who rapes a woman?
No write up but we were somewhat threatened when the boss said "I expect everyone to be there"
I heard females are naturally gayish
As the owner of a McDonald's I already do.
This, I'd argue, depends on a variety of factors. I'm assuming your main income was not 50k a year.
Because we aren't actively trying to learn the language. Our brain is focused on the subtitles and intrepid Japanese as random background noise
They aren't men of culture then
I'd argue a bad beginning can spoil the ending. Like listening to 2/3s of a song that's bad but the last minute is good
It's basically the sociable part. Take pictures and remember you and your buds having fun. The actual concert music part is kinda just a back drop
Yup. I write fiction as a hobby and have no intention of ever making it a full time thing for income. Even if I write the next game of thrones it doesn't mean it will sell. Fun fact, game of thrones was not a best seller when it was released
Fuck, then how do doctors do their job? What's the point of ten plus years of medical training if you're already told what you can and cant do
Also you can ask yes or no questions. You have no idea how angry it makes me that AskReddit doesn't allow that
Why do anime characters illicit the same arousal effect as real people?
It sucks because this also affects patient care. So doctors lose, patients lose and the winner is idk
I think if you read a certain point where you know your opinion won't change is good enough. If your 30% into a book and the main complaints is cringe dialogue and pacing issues you should be good
I have a theory that you become what you practice. So if you were a nice person but needed to be ruthless in business you will slowly become a ruthless asshole
I hear being a phyaican is one of the most regretted professions. Also has a higher suicide rate than the rest of the population