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    Know how you feel. I'm a ****ing prick tbh.
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    (Original post by KatieBlogger)
    What about a BSc in a non-vocational subject from a red-brick? People on here are totally blinkered lol.
    STEM or non STEM?
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    (Original post by like_marmite)
    What good university? LSE?
    Despite what your teachers have told you, the university you attend really doesn't make much of a difference to your job prospects. It can help, but even going to Cambridge or Yale doesn't guarantee anything.
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    (Original post by James.Carnell)
    Know how you feel. I'm a ****ing prick tbh.
    Most of the time I try to be kind and interested in people but when they show no interest in me, I just let loose.
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    (Original post by AdjectiveNoun)
    Despite what your teachers have told you, the university you attend really doesn't make much of a difference to your job prospects. It can help, but even going to Cambridge or Yale doesn't guarantee anything.
    Pretty much true, Oxbridge included. It's all about class and contacts.
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    I got fired from my first job in 2009 tbh the manager was racist and preferred Eastern Europeans
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    You're fired.
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    (Original post by AdjectiveNoun)
    Despite what your teachers have told you, the university you attend really doesn't make much of a difference to your job prospects. It can help, but even going to Cambridge or Yale doesn't guarantee anything.
    That's the kind of thing non-STEM/non-successful people say.
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    (Original post by Butternuts96)
    That's the kind of thing non-STEM/non-successful people say.
    That's the kind of logical fallacy I'd expect people who are completely entrenched in their own world views to use.
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    (Original post by AdjectiveNoun)
    That's the kind of logical fallacy I'd expect people who are completely entrenched in their own world views to use.
    What's wrong with my logic?
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    Go on The Apprentice. Might as well go for the big one.
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    Don't do things that will get you fired
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    (Original post by Butternuts96)
    What's wrong with my logic?


    "Everyone who doesn't agree with me must be part of a certain group of people that I don't admire. This allows me to feel justified in ignoring their opinions and arguments ."
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    (Original post by AdjectiveNoun)
    "Everyone who doesn't agree with me must be part of a certain group of people that I don't admire. This allows me to feel justified in ignoring their opinions and arguments ."
    You take "putting words in people's mouths" to a different level.
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    (Original post by Butternuts96)
    You take "putting words in people's mouths" to a different level.
    How else should I interpret this?

    "That's the kind of thing non-STEM/non-successful people say"
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    (Original post by AdjectiveNoun)
    How else should I interpret this?

    "That's the kind of thing non-STEM/non-successful people say"
    Take it literally; no need for unnecessary interpretation that English Lit/Lang students do to feel good about themselves
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    (Original post by Butternuts96)
    Take it literally; no need for unnecessary interpretation that English Lit/Lang students do to feel good about themselves
    I don't think you're a very nice person...
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    Turning up would be a start, trying not to break the law would be helpful aswell. Why did you walk out of Maccies?
    I agree
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    (Original post by AdjectiveNoun)
    I don't think you're a very nice person...
    I think you're an English Lang/Lit student.
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    STEM or non STEM?
    Lol, want to like but can't. You're killing it XD
 
 
 
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