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    Sir-Mass-a-Lot Sylux's Avatar
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    congrats matt

    matt finished college today guys let's all give him a few cheers

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    One Thousand Member JJJorgie's Avatar
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    Congrats, Matt!! Good luck with true adulthood!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Demonfyre View Post
    She has spoken and so we must obey!

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    Well done, Matt, welcome to adulthood. It sucks, you're gonna hate it.

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    Congrats! Now find a shitty job, and hopefully you'll have time while doing your shitty job to find one that's not so shitty so you can pay off those student loans without starving.

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    He beat me! BUT SOOOOOOOONNNNN /shakes fist

    Hopefully he remembers us when he's all famoose and stuff. *^*

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    One Thousand Member Matt's Avatar
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    Thanks guys. I'm going out to follow up to an application at a local bookstore today, so if I ever do become famous, it's going to happen slowly. Meanwhile, I'm gonna keep working on art and writing

    Also, Seefy, I graduated with a lot of my high school upperclassmen. So I suppose I did the same thing in college that you did in high school. Except I'm willing to bet you graduated high school early because of raw intelligence, whereas I graduated college quickly because I managed to secure a scholarship that covered finances for a two-year degree.

    So Pajamajam, that means no working shitty jobs to pay off student loans, fortunately for me. I have both the time and money to find a good one (and by "money" I mean a $5 balance in my savings, because merely not being in debt puts me in a better position than many of my classmates).

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    In the long-term, I want to make a career out of either writing or drawing or both, and then go into teaching after I've had a few decades of experience in that. I think it's best if students learn from someone with experience in the field they're interested in. To get there, I'll practice while working for a living at the bookstore and build up from there.

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    Lord of Death jubeh's Avatar
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    does anyone have $5 I can borrow

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    Super Senior Member Celestial-Fox's Avatar
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    Matt does.

    Actually, I chose to go to high school for all four years, so I didn't get out earlier than the people in my class. My elementary, middle, and university educations were all expedited, though! I think you'd be a good teacher, though. Sounds like a lot of fun. I can totally imagine you being like Brandon Sanderson or something like that—UGH, a class with him would be so great!

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