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    lol you're such a beg
    how many times have you been banned now?
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    This is pathetic.
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    (Original post by Zargabaath)
    lol you're such a beg
    how many times have you been banned now?
    Lol I have been banned zero times. Come back to me when you have a life you sad underachieving meme addict.
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    (Original post by the bear)
    betcha can't hack your 4 green gems :hahaha:
    Burn.
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    (Original post by K2G)
    Why did Lennie have to die? I Loved him as much as he loved that pup
    i cry everytime i think of Lennies death stupid curley and carlson he was gonna have rabbits and live on the fatta of the land but now he cant. but george is BUFF in the movie w-o-a-h
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    (Original post by TearsInRain)
    sad underachieving meme addict.
    it takes a special type of dimwit to unironically post this on his 4th, probably more, dupe after being banned from a student forum
    does the lack of attention hurt you? did mummy not hold you enough as a child?
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    (Original post by typonaut)
    How did you manage to do that, given that most people don't start a degree until they are 18, and those are usually three years in duration, most PhD students then do a masters, another year, and a PhD usually takes a minimum of three years.

    My non-PhD maths indicates that under normal circumstances you'd need to be 25 (18 + 3 + 1 + 3).
    To be fair it is possible to get a PhD at 23 - you would have to start uni at 17 (not impossible) and get onto a PhD course without doing a masters which is quite common in STEM disciplines

    The salary though is questionable... as it would have to be essentially a grad or PhD level position - there are very few of these earning that much. The highest salaries at that level would be up to in the region of £60K at a maximum but in a quant hedge fund there could be a year end bonus which he wouldn't have yet but could bump it up to £100K.
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    (Original post by Zargabaath)
    it takes a special type of dimwit to unironically post this on his 4th, probably more, dupe after being banned from a student forum
    does the lack of attention hurt you? did mummy not hold you enough as a child?
    Your premise rests on the assumption that this is not my first account. In fact this is my first account therefore you are just an idiot.

    Also how does it feel knowing your birth documents are an apology from the abortion clinic?
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    (Original post by natninja)
    To be fair it is possible to get a PhD at 23 - you would have to start uni at 17 (not impossible) and get onto a PhD course without doing a masters which is quite common in STEM disciplines

    The salary though is questionable... as it would have to be essentially a grad or PhD level position - there are very few of these earning that much. The highest salaries at that level would be up to in the region of £60K at a maximum but in a quant hedge fund there could be a year end bonus which he wouldn't have yet but could bump it up to £100K.
    PhD at 23 and software engineer is all true. However, I may have been a little flexible about the figures because I wanted to be in the top bracket lol.

    Although at my current rate of progress it shouldn't be too long.
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    (Original post by K2G)
    I make more money from my several Turkish restaurant joints without working than you. Soooo, No.
    Just out of curiousity, did you start up each of these businesses yourself, with your own money?
    How did you do it?
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    (Original post by fr0sr_)
    Just out of curiousity, did you start up each of these businesses yourself, with your own money?
    How did you do it?
    2 of them were owned by my dad. The third one we went 50/50 with my brother. I've been working since I was around 13-14 at off licenses and stuff like every other Turk who starts working at a young age and now the 4th is being built atm, Eventually I will have 100% ownership of most because my dad does not trust my brother with the management of the restaurants.
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    (Original post by natninja)
    To be fair it is possible to get a PhD at 23 - you would have to start uni at 17 (not impossible) and get onto a PhD course without doing a masters which is quite common in STEM disciplines.
    I'm not saying it is impossible, just unlikely. As we now find out the OP is admitting lying for the salary part of the story, I really doubt any of it.
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    (Original post by typonaut)
    I'm not saying it is impossible, just unlikely. As we now find out the OP is admitting lying for the salary part of the story, I really doubt any of it.
    Indeed
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    (Original post by typonaut)
    I'm not saying it is impossible, just unlikely. As we now find out the OP is admitting lying for the salary part of the story, I really doubt any of it.

    I don't care whether you believe me or not: it's true either way.

    I've enjoyed the interesting kebab flame war in this thread though. So to all adieu.
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    (Original post by TearsInRain)
    Just taking a break from my studies :date:

    I am a 23 year old software engineer with a PhD in computer science.

    I am rated:
    -100% trendy
    -100% attractive
    -100% athletic
    -0% overweight
    -0% plain
    -100% healthy
    -100% sexy

    I live in London postcode NW10 6BB

    This is my profile picture:
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    If any Elite (as in non peasant) TSRians want to date me I now an Elite Single :awesome:
    What is elitesingles and why should we care?

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    Would have thought you'd have lived somewhere better than NW10 tbh.
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    (Original post by TearsInRain)
    Just taking a break from my studies :date:

    I am a 23 year old software engineer with a PhD in computer science.

    I am rated:
    -100% trendy
    -100% attractive
    -100% athletic
    -0% overweight
    -0% plain
    -100% healthy
    -100% sexy

    I live in London postcode NW10 6BB

    This is my profile picture:
    Attachment 532543

    If any Elite (as in non peasant) TSRians want to date me I now an Elite Single :awesome:
    i have a piece in my corporate scope that 5 times that at peak value
 
 
 
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