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Re: dreams till the end

Posted by alexandra_k on May 6, 2020, at 3:12:57

In reply to dreams till the end, posted by rjlockhart37 on May 5, 2020, at 1:50:20

what do you mean an 'investor'?

like... trading stocks on wall street? or like buying up all the face masks?

i kidding with ya, sorta.

i'm kinda sad i didn't make it through college with a cohort. my schooling got all messy and then i shifted schools a few times over a couple years. in the last year it was only about passing the examinations. i just needed 3 'c' passes to get to university. i took 5 subjects to try and distribute the risk (and worked for english and little else) and ended up with a 'B' bursary...

i wanted to study english and philosophy at university.

i remember tutoring a friend for the socrates section of classics. if something was loved by the gods because it was good, or if something was good becaues it was loved by the gods. funsies.

so i didn't have graduation or whatever. i don't have any of those standard sorts of typical normal people US milestone kinds of socially normal things. no graduation from school.

not much has changed for me, either lolz. stuck in the same old loop feels like a lot of the time.

repetition compulsion is supposed to be this thing where you are looking for a different ending but...

something external needs to happen to pop you out of the loop. in my experience.

apparently i am expected to file the judicial review myself. i think because most of the lawyers genuinely and truly are very very very very slow workers. or something. whatever.

why not just get stupid old me doing still more of everyone elses work for free.

what a f*ck*ng joke.

what did you want to trade in??




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