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    (Original post by umar39)
    Good Luck my dude/madam! You'll ace it!
    Thanks but unfortunately this madam knows she has not
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    Oh my gosh, I'll be 29. I want to be financially independent, married hopefully, happy and healthy. I want to be a solicitor in London with a cute mews house in Kensington and Chelsea (a girl can dream!) and I really want a white Mini Cooper!
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    I'll be 31 then

    The world will probably be even worse than it is now if things carry on at this rate.

    As for me - I think I'm hoping for a stress free lifestyle.

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    I will be 30 years old, hopefully a success and earning lots of money into the city. I would hope that I am physically fit, have a wife and perhaps planning for a kid. I also hope I will be driving a sports car of my dreams and making my parents proud.
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    I'll be 37 :gasp:

    Dunno. I hope I have a partner and kids. That's all I can say really.

    I'll still be cycling fit :dumbells:
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    (Original post by Platopus)
    Either

    1. Good job, family, nice house.

    Or

    2. Working at McDonalds, alone, living on the streets.

    All depends on what happens next Thursday.
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    Of course, I'm joking but even so
    Haha you'll be fine
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    I'd be 35 I hope be a multi-million author by that point

    More realistically, I would just be happy to be working for a magazine in a higher up position and to own my very own house, married and two kids
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    I will be old :cookie:
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    I'll be 30 O.o
    Hopefully, I'll be a qualified veterinary surgeon, married or in a long-term relationship and generally happy and healthy
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    I'll be 28 :eek:
    and probably in prison for driving over the speed limit too much---maybe
    and I'll be working as a forensic scientist or detective.....
    and the world will be 14 yrs older...thats how old i am now
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    I might kill myself by then .
    I'll probably be alone or with an adopted kid that I'll pick based on his/her intelligence.
    I'll have a cat. I'll be a scientist doing research(hopefully) .
    I'll still drink tea and suck lemons .
    I'd like to be a member of the Science party , trying to make it more famous and appealing.
    In case of WWIII I'll be a deserter ( I don't really care who's gonna win ) and if I'm lucky enough I'll move to Iceland forever.
    Or perhaps be part of the UN if it still exists ( our future unique country ... hopefully if humanity makes it till that point ).
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    (Original post by niteninja1)
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    Actually British science is going to decline after Brexit since science funding will be less in future years.
    What makes you think that Farage cares about science ?
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    I'll be 32, hopefully a latin teacher or even head of department in a nice school somewhere, living in a nice small house with a dog and a cat and beginning the process of adopting a child
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    (Original post by Vesniep)
    Actually British science is going to decline after Brexit since science funding will be less in future years.
    What makes you think that Farage cares about science ?
    UKIP have always said they would prioritise STEM and reduce funding for the arts
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    (Original post by Vesniep)
    Actually British science is going to decline after Brexit since science funding will be less in future years.
    What makes you think that Farage cares about science ?
    Brexit is a good thing
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    Also the government has committed to maintaining all funding
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    (Original post by niteninja1)
    UKIP have always said they would prioritise STEM and reduce funding for the arts
    However the result is that British science will get less funding , because EU funded most scientific programs.

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    Brexit is a good thing
    Ohhh now you persuaded me . You presented arguments based on evidence and you reached that conclusion.
    So brexit doesn't have positive and (mostly) negative impacts on the British economy and way of life , it's just ' a good thing ' in general .
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    (Original post by niteninja1)
    Also the government has committed to maintaining all funding
    And why are scientists so worried about scientific careers in Britain .
    Is it just an irrational fear ?
    You know scientists and experts were always the irrational , while the 51.8% reached the rational conclusion that they'll be better outside the EU (based on facts of course , it was surely not an emotional response)
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    (Original post by Vesniep)
    And why are scientists so worried about scientific careers in Britain .
    Of course scientists have a long history of irrationality , so WHO THE **** CARES ABOUT THEM
    The chancellor only announced the commitment a few days ago
 
 
 
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