Life after college, advice welcomed

  • Trajen1

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    Dec 15, 2013 5:52 AM GMT
    Finally graduating! After 3 and a half years I'll finally be a college grad, Criminology-PreLaw! Any advice on life post college?
  • Trajen1

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    Dec 15, 2013 6:06 AM GMT
    thebearerofbadnews saiddo you know what you want to do after college? if you are able to answer this question, then you MIGHT be okay.


    I leave for the Marine in less than a year, between now and then I'm working with mentally challenged kids and maintaining fitness.
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    Dec 15, 2013 6:54 AM GMT
    Trajen1 said
    thebearerofbadnews saiddo you know what you want to do after college? if you are able to answer this question, then you MIGHT be okay.


    I leave for the Marine in less than a year, between now and then I'm working with mentally challenged kids and maintaining fitness.


    marry me

    i mean

    sounds like a plan!
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    Dec 15, 2013 7:28 AM GMT
    Save/invest money for retirement.
  • Trajen1

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    Dec 15, 2013 7:48 AM GMT
    Trolliosis saidAnd you're asking for advice... why?


    General life advice
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    Dec 15, 2013 8:09 AM GMT
    Trajen1 said
    thebearerofbadnews saiddo you know what you want to do after college? if you are able to answer this question, then you MIGHT be okay.


    I leave for the Marine in less than a year, between now and then I'm working with mentally challenged kids and maintaining fitness.


    First, learn that you leave for Marine Corps bootcamp in less than a year. That does not guarantee you that you will become a Marine.

    Trust me. I've been through college and the Marines. 3 months of working to become a Marine was far more stressful and tiring than 4 years of college.

    Second, working with mentally challenged kids is noble, but how will it help you get ready for the Marines???
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    Dec 15, 2013 8:09 AM GMT
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    Dec 15, 2013 8:11 AM GMT
    jmusmc85 said
    First, learn that you leave for Marine Corps bootcamp in less than a year. That does not guarantee you that you will become a Marine.

    Trust me. I've been through college and the Marines. 3 months of working to become a Marine was far more stressful and tiring than 4 years of college.

    Second, working with mentally challenged kids is noble, but how will it help you get ready for the Marines???
    I think he's going to OCS. I recall he started a thread a while back.
    10 weeks of pain for 2 bars of gold. Yut.
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    Dec 15, 2013 8:12 AM GMT
    Trolliosis said
    jmusmc85 said
    Trajen1 said
    thebearerofbadnews saiddo you know what you want to do after college? if you are able to answer this question, then you MIGHT be okay.


    I leave for the Marine in less than a year, between now and then I'm working with mentally challenged kids and maintaining fitness.


    First, learn that you leave for Marine Corps bootcamp in less than a year. That does not guarantee you that you will become a Marine.

    Trust me. I've been through college and the Marines. 3 months of working to become a Marine was far more stressful and tiring than 4 years of college.

    Second, working with mentally challenged kids is noble, but how will it help you get ready for the Marines???
    I thought the Marines were mentally challenged.


    Partly true. Sometimes I felt like I was the only sane person in a insane asylum, but I still loved them....icon_lol.gif
  • Trajen1

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    Dec 15, 2013 12:28 PM GMT
    xrichx said
    jmusmc85 said
    First, learn that you leave for Marine Corps bootcamp in less than a year. That does not guarantee you that you will become a Marine.

    Trust me. I've been through college and the Marines. 3 months of working to become a Marine was far more stressful and tiring than 4 years of college.

    Second, working with mentally challenged kids is noble, but how will it help you get ready for the Marines???
    I think he's going to OCS. I recall he started a thread a while back.
    10 weeks of pain for 2 bars of gold. Yut.


    Good memory
  • Trajen1

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    Dec 15, 2013 12:33 PM GMT
    jmusmc85 said
    Trajen1 said
    thebearerofbadnews saiddo you know what you want to do after college? if you are able to answer this question, then you MIGHT be okay.


    I leave for the Marine in less than a year, between now and then I'm working with mentally challenged kids and maintaining fitness.


    First, learn that you leave for Marine Corps bootcamp in less than a year. That does not guarantee you that you will become a Marine.

    Trust me. I've been through college and the Marines. 3 months of working to become a Marine was far more stressful and tiring than 4 years of college.

    Second, working with mentally challenged kids is noble, but how will it help you get ready for the Marines???


    First, you're right there is no guarantee. Second, working with these kids is a job. There are bills to be paid. Third, fitness training and maintaining my relation with my OSO is important for preparing for the marines. Every Spring they run a mock OCS camp for 3 days (with DI's), and I'll probably end of RE-attending.
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    Dec 15, 2013 6:05 PM GMT
    ^^

    so you're voluntarily going to become an expendable asset to the US government? Why?
  • Trajen1

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    Dec 15, 2013 9:42 PM GMT
    somersault said^^

    so you're voluntarily going to become an expendable asset to the US government? Why?


    I have plans for this country, the marines will help me achieve this in more ways than one.
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    Dec 16, 2013 6:19 PM GMT
    jmusmc85 saidYou never answered the question if you would fuck me though...you're a little wet behind the ears but if your wang is big enough we could have a lot of fun....icon_twisted.gif


    Big enough to reach to florida lol????