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im finishing my education then im leaving for good

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im finishing my education then im leaving for good

Postby hamdizzel » Fri Jul 30, 2010 11:50 pm

I have decided to stay here for several more years and finish my education
get my college degree and then get the heck out of here
i understand education for me is the key to leaving america not
just for a few years but forever. if i choose to come back for
any reason (friends famliy job) i can i have a us citizenship
it would be a cakewalk. maybe i'll get a degree in English
or something we'll see.

winstin i blame you for showing me all those pictures of those
gorgeous women you were getting in other countries man
i just.. never knew it was possible but you had the pictures
and VIDOES to prove it! but its bad in a way i found this site
because its just torture knowing that if i had left years ago
i would be healthy fit and happy with so many friends and hot women...
still now im fidgeting trying to keep patient its so damn hard


does anyone have any suggestions on how to keep patient
finish my education make some money without losing my mind here?
thanks! just 3-6 years is all perhaps
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Postby WakingUp » Sat Jul 31, 2010 2:19 am

I feel your pain, bro. I got 2 years left of school myself.

does anyone have any suggestions on how to keep patient
finish my education make some money without losing my mind here?

How about using these years to build skills (i.e. another language) or a business that you can run abroad?
I'm trying to get going as a programmer - something you can do anywhere in the world.
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