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#151
-26 Frags +

are you legitimately saying that hillary is a better option than trump?

or gary johnson? or jill stein?

you cannot legitimately convince me that any of those would be better than trump, especially taking into account hillary's corruption and past, gary johnson's support of the TPP, and the fact that jill stein is straight up nuts

are you legitimately saying that hillary is a better option than trump?

or gary johnson? or jill stein?

you cannot legitimately convince me that any of those would be better than trump, especially taking into account hillary's corruption and past, gary johnson's support of the TPP, and the fact that jill stein is straight up nuts
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#152
newbie.tf
20 Frags +

i was gonna come in here to post a deep, controversial, and meaningful thought but

fade-you cannot legitimately convince me that any of those would be better than trump, especially taking into account hillary's corruption and past, gary johnson's support of the TPP

ahahahhahhahahahhahah

i was gonna come in here to post a deep, controversial, and meaningful thought but
[quote=fade-]you cannot legitimately convince me that any of those would be better than trump, especially taking into account hillary's corruption and past, gary johnson's support of the TPP[/quote]

ahahahhahhahahahhahah
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#153
-4 Frags +
fade-are you legitimately saying that hillary is a better option than trump?

or gary johnson? or jill stein?

you cannot legitimately convince me that any of those would be better than trump, especially taking into account hillary's corruption and past, gary johnson's support of the TPP, and the fact that jill stein is straight up nuts

the topic of american politics didn't even pop into my head when typing that post. pretty ignorant of you to assume all political discussion is related to american politics.

[quote=fade-]are you legitimately saying that hillary is a better option than trump?

or gary johnson? or jill stein?

you cannot legitimately convince me that any of those would be better than trump, especially taking into account hillary's corruption and past, gary johnson's support of the TPP, and the fact that jill stein is straight up nuts[/quote]
the topic of american politics didn't even pop into my head when typing that post. pretty ignorant of you to assume all political discussion is related to american politics.
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#154
marketplace.tf
5 Frags +
fade-are you legitimately saying that hillary is a better option than trump?

or gary johnson? or jill stein?

you cannot legitimately convince me that any of those would be better than trump, especially taking into account hillary's corruption and past, gary johnson's support of the TPP, and the fact that jill stein is straight up nuts

lol dude

you can point out how stupid the conservative platform is without promoting hillary

that said Trump would be worse than Hillary, but Hillary is also a godawful option for the presidency. I'm just not voting. Fuck it.

[quote=fade-]are you legitimately saying that hillary is a better option than trump?

or gary johnson? or jill stein?

you cannot legitimately convince me that any of those would be better than trump, especially taking into account hillary's corruption and past, gary johnson's support of the TPP, and the fact that jill stein is straight up nuts[/quote]

lol dude

you can point out how stupid the conservative platform is without promoting hillary

that said Trump would be worse than Hillary, but Hillary is also a godawful option for the presidency. I'm just not voting. Fuck it.
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#155
43 Frags +

the safe space has been corrupted !!!!

by a political discussion on a gaming site ?!?

who could have predicted it !!!!

the safe space has been corrupted !!!!

by a political discussion on a gaming site ?!?

who could have predicted it !!!!
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#156
-5 Frags +

I'm sorry I ruined this venting and sharing post into a political topic, with me talking about Koreans turning into conservative protestant Christians, because it meet's their needs. I sexually harassed a girl once in school, and I probably made her feel really uncomfortable and I would smh in shame.

I'm sorry I ruined this venting and sharing post into a political topic, with me talking about Koreans turning into conservative protestant Christians, because it meet's their needs. I sexually harassed a girl once in school, and I probably made her feel really uncomfortable and I would smh in shame.
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#157
34 Frags +

i have cystic fibrosis and my life expectancy is 27 and im 19 and i dont see a point in doing further education besides for self improvement when most of my interests would be 4 to 6 years of study and i would be unable to work effectively by the time i can fully finish it

i have cystic fibrosis and my life expectancy is 27 and im 19 and i dont see a point in doing further education besides for self improvement when most of my interests would be 4 to 6 years of study and i would be unable to work effectively by the time i can fully finish it
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#158
1 Frags +

just soldered in all the switches to my sentraq 60% diy kit and found out the stabs were assembled incorrectly (this is my first build and there were no instructions whatsoever on how to not fuck up ur stabs) and now i found out after assembling everything that the keycaps get jammed bc of the stabs and when i wake up ill have to unsolder everything fix the stabs (still have no idea what the fuck im doing) and then resolder everything fuck this shit

just soldered in all the switches to my sentraq 60% diy kit and found out the stabs were assembled incorrectly (this is my first build and there were no instructions whatsoever on how to not fuck up ur stabs) and now i found out after assembling everything that the keycaps get jammed bc of the stabs and when i wake up ill have to unsolder everything fix the stabs (still have no idea what the fuck im doing) and then resolder everything fuck this shit
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#159
3 Frags +
-protomost modern right wing politicians are corrupt, homophobic, racist, sexist, xenophobic old white men. the fact that most don't "believe" in climate change alone is proof that conservatism is an out of date political philosophy. how can intelligent rational people be against liberalism when the other option is this??

The broken 2 party system means that I can't express my mixed conservative and liberal values into a vote because I'm forced to vote for either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton :(

This frustrates me very much

[quote=-proto]most modern right wing politicians are corrupt, homophobic, racist, sexist, xenophobic old white men. the fact that most don't "believe" in climate change alone is proof that conservatism is an out of date political philosophy. how can intelligent rational people be against liberalism when the other option is this??[/quote]

The broken 2 party system means that I can't express my mixed conservative and liberal values into a vote because I'm forced to vote for either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton :(

This frustrates me very much
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#160
0 Frags +

also unrelated to working out is it weird to bring ur desktop to ur dorm? if anyone goes to rutgers new brunswick tell me too!!

also unrelated to working out is it weird to bring ur desktop to ur dorm? if anyone goes to rutgers new brunswick tell me too!!
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#161
5 Frags +

Batman would be cooler if he murdered bad guys. I think he's an emo pussy otherwise.

Batman would be cooler if he murdered bad guys. I think he's an emo pussy otherwise.
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#162
8 Frags +

I honestly don't get why is anime such a huge issue to some people, it's just cartoons after all just like Futurama or Rick and Morty, etc.

Although I do acknowledge that there are some weird people (including myself) who take their appreciation of just Japanese cartoons to a whole worse level, that still makes a very small minority compared to the people that just watch some cartoon series for fun or enjoyment. It's like people think in their minds that the popularity of sitcom series there are out there to have the same popularity of all cutesy Japanese stuff does.

Plus, I barely do see EU people react to anime this badly, it's always NA guys.

I honestly don't get why is anime such a huge issue to some people, it's just cartoons after all just like Futurama or Rick and Morty, etc.

Although I do acknowledge that there are some weird people (including myself) who take their appreciation of just Japanese cartoons to a whole worse level, that still makes a very small minority compared to the people that just watch some cartoon series for fun or enjoyment. It's like people think in their minds that the popularity of sitcom series there are out there to have the same popularity of all cutesy Japanese stuff does.

Plus, I barely do see EU people react to anime this badly, it's always NA guys.
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#163
12 Frags +

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#164
10 Frags +
tofui love my boyfriend but he does not love me back

you should break up with him

[quote=tofu]i love my boyfriend but he does not love me back[/quote]
you should break up with him
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#165
-2 Frags +

i came up with the idea to have my grandpas grave in comic sans

i came up with the idea to have my grandpas grave in comic sans
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#166
31 Frags +

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#167
3 Frags +

i made a ugc plat team and my team ignored all the emails and didn't show up to the games

i made a ugc plat team and my team ignored all the emails and didn't show up to the games
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#168
4 Frags +

When I was unemployed I felt pretty bad because I wanted to do something but was too lazy to do it (its a great evil circle). Now I have a job and feel like I have no time over for hobbies or even to properly sleep. Life is good!

TFTV; CHILDHOOD STORIES EDITION

When I was young I would change schools a lot, 6 times though 7 years ? or so. It was my parents decisions and I was too young to understand, bare remember anything. We also ended up moving places three or so times so I didn't really have many long-term friends or hell I'd even say not at all. I got into gaming at a young age and my dad saw it as the "devils tool", heh. It was a pretty conflicting childhood, we had no internet at home until I was 14 so I didn't get much social interaction but I always felt a desire since my parents didn't really cut it and we moved around constantly. TF2 came out and we got a connection at home I ended up meeting people over the years and I thought it was the coolest thing ever that you could play and talk to people at the same time. Things escalate. I would never have imagined being here 6-7 years ago.
Its amazing that my dad still doesn't understand the concept of having online friends, playing any video game competitively or having different hobbies but I never had good communication with him either. I had to teach myself a lot of things and feel stressed about if I was doing them right or wrong. Our relationship is an extremely lost case, but I never cared much for it since as long as I remember I've disliked him. At least I didn't get beaten to death.
Surprisingly I didn't mind it too much. Its just how "family" was to me back then and I made the best out of hit. Its pretty fucked up when you think about it.

I look back on these things and I guess its a life experience and how I ended up finding something I enjoyed and friends and all that but I don't know man, I've had great times with this game and the community and my friends and I don't regret it and I'm happy how it turned out in the end. But its pretty hard to see my younger experiences as something valuable. The grass is always greener on the other side, and there is always someone who has it worse than you.

When I was unemployed I felt pretty bad because I wanted to do something but was too lazy to do it (its a great evil circle). Now I have a job and feel like I have no time over for hobbies or even to properly sleep. Life is good!

TFTV; CHILDHOOD STORIES EDITION

When I was young I would change schools a lot, 6 times though 7 years ? or so. It was my parents decisions and I was too young to understand, bare remember anything. We also ended up moving places three or so times so I didn't really have many long-term friends or hell I'd even say not at all. I got into gaming at a young age and my dad saw it as the "devils tool", heh. It was a pretty conflicting childhood, we had no internet at home until I was 14 so I didn't get much social interaction but I always felt a desire since my parents didn't really cut it and we moved around constantly. TF2 came out and we got a connection at home I ended up meeting people over the years and I thought it was the coolest thing ever that you could play and talk to people at the same time. Things escalate. I would never have imagined being here 6-7 years ago.
Its amazing that my dad still doesn't understand the concept of having online friends, playing any video game competitively or having different hobbies but I never had good communication with him either. I had to teach myself a lot of things and feel stressed about if I was doing them right or wrong. Our relationship is an extremely lost case, but I never cared much for it since as long as I remember I've disliked him. At least I didn't get beaten to death.
Surprisingly I didn't mind it too much. Its just how "family" was to me back then and I made the best out of hit. Its pretty fucked up when you think about it.

I look back on these things and I guess its a life experience and how I ended up finding something I enjoyed and friends and all that but I don't know man, I've had great times with this game and the community and my friends and I don't regret it and I'm happy how it turned out in the end. But its pretty hard to see my younger experiences as something valuable. The grass is always greener on the other side, and there is always someone who has it worse than you.
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#169
2 Frags +
catfaceI use to get sick often when I was in middle school and high school, so badly to where I had to keep a bucket next to my bed because I couldn't make it to the bathroom. My mom always thought I was faking it for some reason and would yell at me every single day I was sick because she took her anger from fighting with my dad out on me. The constant verbal abuse coupled with kids at school making fun of me made me so depressed that I had to go to a psychiatrist, where I was diagnosed with severe depression even though my mom swore that it was fake and it "wasn't a real disease." The psychiatrist I saw weekly also was very rude to me, probably because my mom fed him lies about me. He would always tell me that it's my fault that I was depressed, and basically ignored everything I told him about the bullying at school and the constant fighting and arguing at home. Sometime after I stopped going to the psychiatrist my parents got a divorce finally, but after about a year of my dad being gone he started texting my mother threats, telling her he was going to kill her and burn our house down. 2 years of this goes by and we end up with multiple different sets of slashed tires, gunshot holes in our house, broken windows, 4 dead dogs and many, many arrests. After I got to the 12th grade I couldn't take my life anymore so I dropped out of high school and moved 10 hours away from home to my gf's parent's house and I can finally say for the first time in 6 years i'm starting to finally be happy. I've used tf2 for all of these years as a coping mechanism to help me get away from all the suffering that was my life and even now I still do it. It's hard to stop playing even though I get very little enjoyment from it anymore.

man, you are one hell of a hero in my book for getting through this like a pro. i wish the best of luck with life, money, love, and the pursuit of happiness.

[quote=catface]I use to get sick often when I was in middle school and high school, so badly to where I had to keep a bucket next to my bed because I couldn't make it to the bathroom. My mom always thought I was faking it for some reason and would yell at me every single day I was sick because she took her anger from fighting with my dad out on me. The constant verbal abuse coupled with kids at school making fun of me made me so depressed that I had to go to a psychiatrist, where I was diagnosed with severe depression even though my mom swore that it was fake and it "wasn't a real disease." The psychiatrist I saw weekly also was very rude to me, probably because my mom fed him lies about me. He would always tell me that it's my fault that I was depressed, and basically ignored everything I told him about the bullying at school and the constant fighting and arguing at home. Sometime after I stopped going to the psychiatrist my parents got a divorce finally, but after about a year of my dad being gone he started texting my mother threats, telling her he was going to kill her and burn our house down. 2 years of this goes by and we end up with multiple different sets of slashed tires, gunshot holes in our house, broken windows, 4 dead dogs and many, many arrests. After I got to the 12th grade I couldn't take my life anymore so I dropped out of high school and moved 10 hours away from home to my gf's parent's house and I can finally say for the first time in 6 years i'm starting to finally be happy. I've used tf2 for all of these years as a coping mechanism to help me get away from all the suffering that was my life and even now I still do it. It's hard to stop playing even though I get very little enjoyment from it anymore.[/quote]

man, you are one hell of a hero in my book for getting through this like a pro. i wish the best of luck with life, money, love, and the pursuit of happiness.
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#170
-1 Frags +
vaniWhen I was unemployed I felt pretty bad because I wanted to do something but was too lazy to do it (its a great evil circle). Now I have a job and feel like I have no time over for hobbies or even to properly sleep. Life is good!

TFTV; CHILDHOOD STORIES EDITION

When I was young I would change schools a lot, 6 times though 7 years ? or so. It was my parents decisions and I was too young to understand, bare remember anything. We also ended up moving places three or so times so I didn't really have many long-term friends or hell I'd even say not at all. I got into gaming at a young age and my dad saw it as the "devils tool", heh. It was a pretty conflicting childhood, we had no internet at home until I was 14 so I didn't get much social interaction but I always felt a desire since my parents didn't really cut it and we moved around constantly. TF2 came out and we got a connection at home I ended up meeting people over the years and I thought it was the coolest thing ever that you could play and talk to people at the same time. Things escalate. I would never have imagined being here 6-7 years ago.
Its amazing that my dad still doesn't understand the concept of having online friends, playing any video game competitively or having different hobbies but I never had good communication with him either. I had to teach myself a lot of things and feel stressed about if I was doing them right or wrong. Our relationship is an extremely lost case, but I never cared much for it since as long as I remember I've disliked him. At least I didn't get beaten to death.
Surprisingly I didn't mind it too much. Its just how "family" was to me back then and I made the best out of hit. Its pretty fucked up when you think about it.

I look back on these things and I guess its a life experience and how I ended up finding something I enjoyed and friends and all that but I don't know man, I've had great times with this game and the community and my friends and I don't regret it and I'm happy how it turned out in the end. But its pretty hard to see my younger experiences as something valuable. The grass is always greener on the other side, and there is always someone who has it worse than you.

the very last sentence is very true

[quote=vani]When I was unemployed I felt pretty bad because I wanted to do something but was too lazy to do it (its a great evil circle). Now I have a job and feel like I have no time over for hobbies or even to properly sleep. Life is good!

TFTV; CHILDHOOD STORIES EDITION

When I was young I would change schools a lot, 6 times though 7 years ? or so. It was my parents decisions and I was too young to understand, bare remember anything. We also ended up moving places three or so times so I didn't really have many long-term friends or hell I'd even say not at all. I got into gaming at a young age and my dad saw it as the "devils tool", heh. It was a pretty conflicting childhood, we had no internet at home until I was 14 so I didn't get much social interaction but I always felt a desire since my parents didn't really cut it and we moved around constantly. TF2 came out and we got a connection at home I ended up meeting people over the years and I thought it was the coolest thing ever that you could play and talk to people at the same time. Things escalate. I would never have imagined being here 6-7 years ago.
Its amazing that my dad still doesn't understand the concept of having online friends, playing any video game competitively or having different hobbies but I never had good communication with him either. I had to teach myself a lot of things and feel stressed about if I was doing them right or wrong. Our relationship is an extremely lost case, but I never cared much for it since as long as I remember I've disliked him. At least I didn't get beaten to death.
Surprisingly I didn't mind it too much. Its just how "family" was to me back then and I made the best out of hit. Its pretty fucked up when you think about it.

I look back on these things and I guess its a life experience and how I ended up finding something I enjoyed and friends and all that but I don't know man, I've had great times with this game and the community and my friends and I don't regret it and I'm happy how it turned out in the end. But its pretty hard to see my younger experiences as something valuable. The grass is always greener on the other side, and there is always someone who has it worse than you.[/quote]
the very last sentence is very true
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#171
4 Frags +

i think this belongs in this thread and not the other one:

speaking from experience, getting out more helps in general. people irl (at least every state ive been to) are generally pretty nice and welcoming if you give off positive vibes. learning how to talk to people respectfully and without memes is one of the best skills you can learn. learn to talk to people in a way that is respectful, not awkward, and makes them feel good; people love it when you kiss their ass, whether they know it or not. every person who is good at socializing was once shit at socializing, nobody is born with it, thats why people say 'fake it till you make it'. exist in an uncomfortuable situation until it becomes your comfort zone. don't be afraid to get out there and feel awkward and out of place.

when i was in highschool i was a prisoner of my own thoughts. i always assumed people thought the worst of me. do you ever wonder if your friends don't actually enjoy your presence, but tolerate it? you can't allow yourself to tell yourself what is reality and what isn't. you can't hold court in your head, assuming what people are thinking about you is always true, trying to read their alterior motives. the reality is, most people are often thinking about themselves, with their own worries, problems and insecurities. everyone's life is a movie to them, and the rest of us are supporting actors. everyone has value to this earth, and we're all here for a reason, so be nicer to yourself in general.

i think this belongs in this thread and not the other one:

speaking from experience, getting out more helps in general. people irl (at least every state ive been to) are generally pretty nice and welcoming if you give off positive vibes. learning how to talk to people respectfully and without memes is one of the best skills you can learn. learn to talk to people in a way that is respectful, not awkward, and makes them feel good; people love it when you kiss their ass, whether they know it or not. every person who is good at socializing was once shit at socializing, nobody is born with it, thats why people say 'fake it till you make it'. exist in an uncomfortuable situation until it becomes your comfort zone. don't be afraid to get out there and feel awkward and out of place.

when i was in highschool i was a prisoner of my own thoughts. i always assumed people thought the worst of me. do you ever wonder if your friends don't actually enjoy your presence, but [b]tolerate[/b] it? you can't allow yourself to tell yourself what is reality and what isn't. you can't hold court in your head, assuming what people are thinking about you is always true, trying to read their alterior motives. the reality is, most people are often thinking about themselves, with their own worries, problems and insecurities. everyone's life is a movie to them, and the rest of us are supporting actors. everyone has value to this earth, and we're all here for a reason, so be nicer to yourself in general.
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#172
-1 Frags +
mmrarktealso unrelated to working out is it weird to bring ur desktop to ur dorm? if anyone goes to rutgers new brunswick tell me too!!

Yeah it is but my roommate fucked me over by taking the side with the Ethernet so I had to get a 50ft cable and have that go across the room, might be different for you though

[quote=mmrarkte]also unrelated to working out is it weird to bring ur desktop to ur dorm? if anyone goes to rutgers new brunswick tell me too!![/quote]
Yeah it is but my roommate fucked me over by taking the side with the Ethernet so I had to get a 50ft cable and have that go across the room, might be different for you though
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#173
5 Frags +

I don't really like men that much anymore since a bad experience but I don't get any attention from girls at all, since I'm small and skinny and not particularly masculine- so I just kind of will myself/kid myself into thinking I'm still attracted to guys, because it's so much easier than facing the truth that I'm not even slightly conventionally attractive and my standards are set way too high from years of men fawning over me.

what to do

I don't really like men that much anymore since a bad experience but I don't get any attention from girls at all, since I'm small and skinny and not particularly masculine- so I just kind of will myself/kid myself into thinking I'm still attracted to guys, because it's so much easier than facing the truth that I'm not even slightly conventionally attractive and my standards are set way too high from years of men fawning over me.

what to do
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#174
-2 Frags +
MouldI don't really like men that much anymore since a bad experience but I don't get any attention from girls at all, since I'm small and skinny and not particularly masculine- so I just kind of will myself/kid myself into thinking I'm still attracted to guys, because it's so much easier than facing the truth that I'm not even slightly conventionally attractive and my standards are set way too high from years of men fawning over me.

what to do

he?
she?
???

[quote=Mould]I don't really like men that much anymore since a bad experience but I don't get any attention from girls at all, since I'm small and skinny and not particularly masculine- so I just kind of will myself/kid myself into thinking I'm still attracted to guys, because it's so much easier than facing the truth that I'm not even slightly conventionally attractive and my standards are set way too high from years of men fawning over me.

what to do[/quote]
he?
she?
???
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#175
13 Frags +
Mouldwhat to do

dont give afuck what anyone thinks and go for whoever u like

[quote=Mould]what to do[/quote]
dont give afuck what anyone thinks and go for whoever u like
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#176
14 Frags +

just started working again like a month ago and management treats me like im subhuman. they always whistle at me and say one word commands like "come" or "eat" while pointing towards the breakfast room like im a dog.. (i dont think i ever heard them call me by my name when i say their's all the time)

everytime i ask them something they pause for a good 10 sec and just give me a disgusted look. there were some lowkey racism here and there but i didnt really want to overreact. they make me buy them coffee out of my own pocket even though i receive less than minimum wage (late pay cheque by a week). when i asked them for my pay stub, they hide from me the entire week

stuff like this really wears down my confidence about myself as a human being.my coworkers and customers on the other hand have been very pleasant and i get along with them really well

sorry for the rant i usually dont get stuff like this off my chest that often. i have that problem where i just hold stuff in

just started working again like a month ago and management treats me like im subhuman. they always whistle at me and say one word commands like "come" or "eat" while pointing towards the breakfast room like im a dog.. (i dont think i ever heard them call me by my name when i say their's all the time)

everytime i ask them something they pause for a good 10 sec and just give me a disgusted look. there were some lowkey racism here and there but i didnt really want to overreact. they make me buy them coffee out of my own pocket even though i receive less than minimum wage (late pay cheque by a week). when i asked them for my pay stub, they hide from me the entire week

stuff like this really wears down my confidence about myself as a human being.my coworkers and customers on the other hand have been very pleasant and i get along with them really well

sorry for the rant i usually dont get stuff like this off my chest that often. i have that problem where i just hold stuff in
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#177
1 Frags +
mmrarktealso unrelated to working out is it weird to bring ur desktop to ur dorm? if anyone goes to rutgers new brunswick tell me too!!

no it's not weird my roommate had one it fit just fine, you can put it on the floor or desk. What campus will you be living on?

[quote=mmrarkte]also unrelated to working out is it weird to bring ur desktop to ur dorm? if anyone goes to rutgers new brunswick tell me too!![/quote]


no it's not weird my roommate had one it fit just fine, you can put it on the floor or desk. What campus will you be living on?
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#178
10 Frags +
wjust started working again like a month ago and management treats me like im subhuman. they always whistle at me and say one word commands like "come" or "eat" while pointing towards the breakfast room like im a dog.. (i dont think i ever heard them call me by my name when i say their's all the time)

everytime i ask them something they pause for a good 10 sec and just give me a disgusted look. there were some lowkey racism here and there but i didnt really want to overreact. they make me buy them coffee out of my own pocket even though i receive less than minimum wage (late pay cheque by a week). when i asked them for my pay stub, they hide from me the entire week

stuff like this really wears down my confidence about myself as a human being.my coworkers and customers on the other hand have been very pleasant and i get along with them really well

sorry for the rant i usually dont get stuff like this off my chest that often. i have that problem where i just hold stuff in

dude where the fuck do you live? most countries have systems set in place for people to report abuse like this... you should look into this

[quote=w]just started working again like a month ago and management treats me like im subhuman. they always whistle at me and say one word commands like "come" or "eat" while pointing towards the breakfast room like im a dog.. (i dont think i ever heard them call me by my name when i say their's all the time)

everytime i ask them something they pause for a good 10 sec and just give me a disgusted look. there were some lowkey racism here and there but i didnt really want to overreact. they make me buy them coffee out of my own pocket even though i receive less than minimum wage (late pay cheque by a week). when i asked them for my pay stub, they hide from me the entire week

stuff like this really wears down my confidence about myself as a human being.my coworkers and customers on the other hand have been very pleasant and i get along with them really well

sorry for the rant i usually dont get stuff like this off my chest that often. i have that problem where i just hold stuff in[/quote]
dude where the fuck do you live? most countries have systems set in place for people to report abuse like this... you should look into this
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#179
0 Frags +
pandurrrmmrarktealso unrelated to working out is it weird to bring ur desktop to ur dorm? if anyone goes to rutgers new brunswick tell me too!!
no it's not weird my roommate had one it fit just fine, you can put it on the floor or desk. What campus will you be living on?

Livingston

[quote=pandurrr][quote=mmrarkte]also unrelated to working out is it weird to bring ur desktop to ur dorm? if anyone goes to rutgers new brunswick tell me too!![/quote]


no it's not weird my roommate had one it fit just fine, you can put it on the floor or desk. What campus will you be living on?[/quote]
Livingston
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#180
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CitroMaindwhy are people depressed and sad lately what is this, cheer up

wow it was that easy!

Zanei have cystic fibrosis and my life expectancy is 27 and im 19 and i dont see a point in doing further education besides for self improvement when most of my interests would be 4 to 6 years of study and i would be unable to work effectively by the time i can fully finish it

eight years is a lot of time for medical research to advance

[quote=CitroMaind]why are people depressed and sad lately what is this, cheer up[/quote]
wow it was that easy!

[quote=Zane]i have cystic fibrosis and my life expectancy is 27 and im 19 and i dont see a point in doing further education besides for self improvement when most of my interests would be 4 to 6 years of study and i would be unable to work effectively by the time i can fully finish it[/quote]

eight years is a lot of time for medical research to advance
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