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You've heard of the White Knight, so... I must be his antagonist
ha yeah cheesy I know lol
I've checked out the forum a few times, but I've now decided to join.
21 year old male
Living in South Florida
Thankfully I get to interact with the visiting foreign girls. It'll hold me over until I can see more of them at a later date.
Good plan. Learn about their culture and language as a way of doing reconnaissance on future prey. I did that in college and it helped alot. At least keep them in the friend zone as much as you can because after college, you can always call them for favors or advice, etc.
Welcome Black Knight. Do you represent the dark side, or are you another "brother" here. lol
Whom do you fight against? Whom art thine enemy?
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Yeah, I will. I've met a lot of people particularly from Central Europe at my university. Specifically Slovakia, Czech Republic, and Poland. The young Slovaks are particularly bubbly, friendly, and smiley. They like the nickname I've given them: "The Happy Smiley Bunch". Ha, I've even found myself smiling a lot more by hanging around them.
I represent the dark side, but I can be found on the gray side. My uni studies interfere with my
nocturnal tendencies. As one who identifies with the "tri-racials", I will objectively represent the "brothers", when it's fitting.
"Those who believe in conformity, propaganda, and who have been flummoxed. Anyone who refuses to use his or her brain to form their own opinions about life and choose to put their blind faith in others."
That is on my Coat of Arms.
What particular STEM subjects are you studying? It should be apparent that the plan is for the West to become a de-industrialized third world wasteland, so your chances for employment are bleak. In general, trying to do anything remotely useful is for chumps these days. The money is all going to scams and Ponzi schemes of various kinds.
Welcome TBK! I see you've already been given your complimentary helping of conspiracy theorist whargharbl!
Which STEM field are you in? Some transfer better when making the move overseas, so keep that in mind if you want to widen your opportunities for employment abroad.
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I'm studying Aerospace Engineering. My university requires that we have at least one minor, and I've chosen to minor in History. On the other hand, I've been monitoring the job market and wouldn't mind staying in school an extra semester or so, if getting another minor would be useful.
Studying History also helps when trying to study foreign cultures. Going abroad wouldn't be an issue for me, considering I've been pipelining and building up an international social circle
Aerospace is solid for working internationally. Some engie fields, like civil and electrical, often require country-specific training. Not so with aerospace. Don't bother with a second minor. Do study abroad if you can though.
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