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Getting My Life Back On Track

Started this discussion. Last reply by David F. Oct 13, 2014. 50 Replies

Spring semester 2014 I was dismissed from school and lost my financial aid. The university's policy is you are dismissed for a semester and then you can return. I want to return but the financial aid…Continue

Working with an "All black department store dress code"

Started this discussion. Last reply by Claude Aug 8, 2013. 11 Replies

I work at a Department store where the dress code is black. The guidelines for men is black shoes, black pants, a tie(in any color), and some kind of black top such as a shirt( the most commonly used…Continue

Turning 21

Started this discussion. Last reply by Stephen Lindenmayer Mar 24, 2013. 16 Replies

I'm turning 21 soon, and I would love to hear any advice you all have to share. Mainly, I would like some advice on how to NOT look like a ”newbie” at bars and such. However, any advice you have for…Continue

A Career Decision: history teacher vs. going into business

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ron Knapper Aug 26, 2012. 9 Replies

I have a dilemma. I'm trying to decide what I want to do as far as a career. On one hand I want to be a history teacher, on the other, I want to go into business. Two things are influencing my…Continue

 

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David F. replied to Walt Morgan's discussion Getting My Life Back On Track
"Why are you returning to that school?  Are there other places that will give you a better shot.  Sometimes a different place is the trick."
Oct 13, 2014
Nick H replied to Walt Morgan's discussion Getting My Life Back On Track
"Taking control of your life usually means you create your own plan"
Oct 12, 2014
Nathan Kemp replied to Walt Morgan's discussion Getting My Life Back On Track
"My first semester of college, at 19, ended with a GPA of 0.5. I'd love to write that from that moment on I vowed to improve myself. Sadly I must write that I bounced off the bottom for a few more years. How did I turn it around? After losing…"
Oct 11, 2014
Brother Joseph replied to Walt Morgan's discussion Getting My Life Back On Track
"Just don't fall into the student loan trap. That's a tough thing to ever recover from. It's better to work your butt off and leave debt free. Only then will your education pay off immediately."
Oct 10, 2014
Leto Atreides II replied to Walt Morgan's discussion Getting My Life Back On Track
Oct 10, 2014
Will replied to Walt Morgan's discussion Getting My Life Back On Track
Oct 10, 2014
Rick Shelton replied to Walt Morgan's discussion Getting My Life Back On Track
"So, at the moment he's a useless bum.  If he doesn't change anything then he's a useless bum and will continue to be a useless bum."
Oct 10, 2014
Regular Joe replied to Walt Morgan's discussion Getting My Life Back On Track
"The point is that it might define him in the moment but it doesn't define his entire self throughout his entire existence unless he lets it. "
Oct 10, 2014
Regular Joe replied to Walt Morgan's discussion Getting My Life Back On Track
"The correct use of language is hardly worthless crap. "
Oct 10, 2014
Jack Bauer replied to Walt Morgan's discussion Getting My Life Back On Track
"Nothing else there. JB"
Oct 10, 2014
Josh100LuBu replied to Walt Morgan's discussion Getting My Life Back On Track
"Always picking up on worthless crap. "
Oct 10, 2014
Rick Shelton replied to Walt Morgan's discussion Getting My Life Back On Track
"But whatever situation you find yourself in, other than the situation you find yourself in at birth, are due to decisions and actions taken by yourself.  There are times when 'it's not my fault' is an applicable defense but more…"
Oct 10, 2014
Jack Bauer replied to Walt Morgan's discussion Getting My Life Back On Track
"Punctuation ... the difference between "Let's eat Grandma!" and "Let's eat, Grandma!"  Using commas is always better than accidentally cannibalizing your grandmother.   JB"
Oct 10, 2014
Regular Joe replied to Walt Morgan's discussion Getting My Life Back On Track
Oct 10, 2014
Regular Joe replied to Walt Morgan's discussion Getting My Life Back On Track
"Capital letters; the difference between helping your uncle Jack off a horse and helping your uncle jack off a horse. "
Oct 10, 2014
Lucius Artorius Castus replied to Walt Morgan's discussion Getting My Life Back On Track
"Grammar. The difference between "your shit" and "you're shit""
Oct 10, 2014

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Nathan DeParis replied to Nathan DeParis's discussion Actuators in Control Theory
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Jay D replied to Nathan DeParis's discussion Actuators in Control Theory
"Going with Kit here. The Heater gets constant feedback and regulates the temperature steady. If the temperature to low it the heat goes up, if the temperature is to high the heat goes down. As for the eye... dont know how eyes work but basically i…"
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