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    Hey Pen, saw your answer on CHRISINREALLIFE about priorities for 30 year olds. Def good points you had.
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    Saw some of your posts talking about your finals. Figured you were probably a typical college student. Then saw in one of your posts that you saw a girl from back when you played as an undergrad 10 years ago. So, I thought well if he was an undergrad 10 years ago, he must be an "older" college student. Then looked at your profile and saw you were 30. I'm 30 also and back in school pursuing a teaching degree. It's definitely an awkward feeling for me being in class with people at least (if not more than) 10 years younger than me!! So, just thought it was kind of cool to see somebody on this board in school also at age 30. Thought I was the only one, lol!! Anyways, good luck with your studies.
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    Paul, I saw this link, and wanted to send it to you, since it seems somewhat appropriate given your choice of graduate programs: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a_uzUh1VT98. Just imagine all the new things (and dance moves) you'll be learning Best wishes on the move and beginning grad school!

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    First of all, I am sorry to hear about your Uncle. I lost both of my grandmothers to cancer and it can be a sad, slow death.

    Second of all, do you deal with a lot of foreign customers in the call center that you work in? I was accused by my boss of being terse with a foreign customer that called in from New York City. She was asking 10 million questions about our products that we sell and if we had the items in stock. Her accent didn't help matters either. To be quite honest she was getting rather cloying with me. I am also very annoyed, for example with our Asian customer base for constantly wanting to do price matches with other retailers.
    I seem to have this problem with our foreign customer base. I don't know if it is the language barrier, or the fact that these folks are used to doing business differently than I am. How do you deal at your job? Any advice or pointers?
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March 18, 1980 (36)
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Black Chicano Native American Jewish lesbian folksinger
Not Baltimore, contrary to popular belief
Quizbowl/trivia, country music, British comedies, alt history, travel, cooking, hiking, politics, poker
I work for a Big Evil Bank.


I've always been different, with one foot over the line
Winding up somewhere one step ahead or behind
It ain't been so easy, but I guess I shouldn't complain
I've always been crazy, but it's kept me from going insane

I've always been crazy, but it's kept me from going insane
Nobody knows if it's something to bless or to blame
So far, I ain't found a rhyme or a reason to change
I've always been crazy, but it's kept me from going insane

I've Always Been Crazy, Waylon Jennings (1978)


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