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Prospective Veterinarian (I need advice)

Started Jul 12, 2015 0 Replies

This is to anyone who may have already gone through the process of getting into vet school:I'm a junior in college desperately doing everything I can to build up hours of experience (mostly unpaid)…Continue

Tags: vs., income, experience, Balancing, Money

Kilts

Started this discussion. Last reply by William Reed Oct 26, 2014. 11 Replies

Kilts, yea or nay?  I'm of Scottish descent, I'm proud of it, and I know from a fact, by wearing a highland great kilt, that they're comfortable and functional.  What do you all think?Continue

Cigar Selection

Started this discussion. Last reply by Capt. Monkey Feb 8, 2014. 13 Replies

I turned 18 this year and as a right of passage me and my best friend decided to become connoisseurs of cigars.  We've only had three so far over a period of 9 months, we aren't avid smokers we just…Continue

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Prospective Veterinarian (I need advice)

This is to anyone who may have already gone through the process of getting into vet school:I'm a junior in college desperately doing everything I can to build up hours of experience (mostly unpaid) in order to get into vet school.  My problem is that I don't have the economic security to be obtaining hours for no pay.  This puts me in the situation where I can only get minimal experience if I want to have money to pay for food, rent, insurance, etc...If anyone can tell me their own personal…See More
Jul 12, 2015
William Reed replied to Conor Gallagher's discussion Kilts
"Put in that persepective, yeah, that's pretty true, lol. Historically though, the kilt, as we know it, is a relatively modern invention, from the 18th century. Even great kilts are a modern invention. The wool blankets worn before the…"
Oct 26, 2014
Native Son replied to Conor Gallagher's discussion Kilts
"I believe the ancient fashion evolution had more to do with whose "prestige job" involves riding a horse all day.  "
Oct 26, 2014
Ian Wilson replied to Conor Gallagher's discussion Kilts
"why do i wear kilts?simple: they are comfortable. i'm surprised at how clothing styles have evolved (well not really), but my point is, is that when you think of which gender is expected to wear pants and which gender is expected to wear…"
Oct 25, 2014
William Reed replied to Conor Gallagher's discussion Kilts
"Question is, why? Here's why I ask: I am a bagpiper. Somewhere, WAY down my mongrel heritage, I have Scots blood. All that being said, when I first started playing the pipes, I thought wearing a kilt was cool. I wore one quite often, actually.…"
Oct 25, 2014
Native Son replied to Conor Gallagher's discussion Kilts
"What else would you have expected from an Englishman?"
Oct 25, 2014
Ian Wilson replied to Conor Gallagher's discussion Kilts
"i wear a kilt every day.  not the great kilt of course, though i have a couple of those.  nor do i wear the formal dress kilt i got married in, comfortable but it is expensive wool. my daily wear kilts are UtiliKilts."
Oct 24, 2014
Sir replied to Conor Gallagher's discussion Kilts
"That picture is da bomb. Seriously:  no kilt.  Even if I were Scottish and not cold:  kilts are expensive."
Oct 24, 2014
N. Vest replied to Conor Gallagher's discussion Kilts
"one word . . . "slivers""
Oct 24, 2014
Pale Horse replied to Conor Gallagher's discussion Kilts
"Oh myyy."
Oct 24, 2014
Carl Monster replied to Conor Gallagher's discussion Kilts
"Ewwwww."
Oct 24, 2014
Conor Gallagher posted a discussion

Kilts

Kilts, yea or nay?  I'm of Scottish descent, I'm proud of it, and I know from a fact, by wearing a highland great kilt, that they're comfortable and functional.  What do you all think?See More
Oct 24, 2014
Conor Gallagher replied to Todd Serveto's discussion Calling Dad by his First Name? REALLY?
"Personally I call my dad by his first name every now and then, it's basically interchangeable with dad.  I started doing it as I got older and I'll typically do it in a crowd where saying dad won't necessarily get the attention…"
May 19, 2014
Conor Gallagher replied to John Muir's discussion Housefire
"I had it happen to me when I was 11. I remember having a friend of the family let us use one of his apartments until we could get a new home, which conveniently came in the form of the neighboring house (to the burned down one) that a friend of the…"
Apr 6, 2014
Conor Gallagher replied to Sean O''s discussion Bad-ass-ness
"I climbed thirty feet up an oak tree with a hatchet in my belt and a saw slung over my shoulder so that I could hack away at a large branch that I had to sit on in order to chop.  When the branch came down I had to hang from the trunk of the…"
Feb 12, 2014
Capt. Monkey replied to Conor Gallagher's discussion Cigar Selection
"I tend to like maduros too.  Seems like a commonality with many of us.  If you can get your hands on a Monte Cristo, try.  They're definitely on the steep end and hard to get (Cubans), but I've enjoyed the few that I've…"
Feb 8, 2014

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