Yeah, there have been a lot of complaints but I actually like it. It is similar to another site I got to once in a while and I think that it has distanced itself from the child-luring look
I think what I'll do is give Parker a day or two more. He tends to get bored of leagues after a while anyways because he is busy a lot, so that might be why he hasn't joined. If he doesn't, I'll remove The Chodes.
Btw, do you think we should use a randomized draft order like last year or should we just wait until the draft?
Who is the person you think could join up? I'm thinking that even if we can get that person and Parker it would work because I think I might have to kick someone out because I'm sure they are going to be inactive.
Sooo not a stalker. The word you're looking for here is " fate" I rarely ever come on anymore, but tonight I just so happened to be browsing and saw you on ^_^. That dear sir I am not! Why do you ask? If it was a facebook status, well that is a long story haha.
he's actually generated a huge following within the past 2, 3 months. he's already kind of washed out though, at least appearance-wise, and i'm sure that's a huge determining factor in his marketability. like, mike posner sucks, but he's whiteboydukegrad and easy for the masses to digest.
well, i wanted to be assured a job at the end of the college road. i wasn't gonna be another casualty of a bachelor in arts from a private liberal arts school with 6 figures in debt and working a job at sprint or tmobile. dental hygiene is one of the few careers expected to grow in upcoming years. i wanted to do somehting in the medical field, and nursing was too high-stake risked for me. like, blood and death and feces and woof. plus, most nursing students just end up shipped to some sad nursing home anyways. the dental field is a bit of a sure-shot, you have the possibility to leave the dental field but be able to work in the marketing side of things (crest, colgate, invisilign, etc) and the hours are ideal in the sense that you can pretty much make your own schedule on a week-to-week basis. the only downside is that i'll probably have to work at 2 different practices for manyyy years in order to have "full time hours"... and this means getting benefits is pretty much nill for awhile until i can get situated in one office
aaand i had a disgustingly terrible money-hungry dentist growing up that made me what to commit mass murder. my orthodontist finally recommended that i go to this dentist in a town a few towns over from now on. this dentist has since changed my views on everything regarding the dental field and how important patient care and comfort is. so, he pretty much got me started looking into the field when i was a freshman in highschool, and here i am now... lolol
yess i love the weeknd. bring the drugs baby i can bring my pain
i don't like admitting it but life was more challenging when he was around. i was in the 5th grade, and the attention that it rendered in my community was completely overwhelming. i had to legitimately beg my elementary school's "Father's Club" to not hold a luncheon in my father's honor or dedicate a shelf in the library to him. i just didn't like the attention.
it definitely defines your character and the way you appreciate time and the people in your life. my mom and i had a memorial day lunch together and she was saying how she didn't know how she ended up with 3 great children under such shitty circumstances. i told her that i think we all just did it as a service to her.... it returned some sense of normalcy to our lives. and, it is always more rewarding to rise above your situation and live to tell about it than it is to live within it in silence and misery brah
yeah, we can definitely reach a mutual agreement on that. i'm sorry though, it's a lot more hard hitting for you in the sense that it's your reality....for me, i was so young it all just seemed like a sub-reality. i don't know.
you're handling it amazingly well though, from what i can gather.... good luck on your endeavors in california. and did you say boston? whaaat's up! what's in boston for you?