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Subject: Re: How Close Are You to the Cap

Forum: How Close Are You to the Cap
When I first started CNET the cap was pretty new. Regardless, though raising the cap would be nice for those still looking for ways to pay for school... $10,000 is still an amazing amount. Share the wealth :)

Subject: What do you do in your down time?

Forum: What do you do in your down time?
Whenever I have down time. Meaning no work, chores, or errands. I like to sit down with my family and play video games while drinking milkshakes.
What do you do in your down time?

Subject: Re: What is the most valuable gift you have?

Forum: What is the most valuable gift you have?
Hello!

My most valuable gift that I own would be my ability to see past what is in front of me the old "look outside of the box" saying fits best. My gift enables me to see things for their true worth and it is a gift that I plan to pass onto my children someday.

Subject: Re: Do You Play Games On Your Cell Phone?

Forum: Do You Play Games On Your Cell Phone?
The games I play on my cellphone are township and bakery town. I like them because they are both time management games and they offer an element of customization that you don't get with other games.

Subject: Re: Issues You Have at Work with your boss

Forum: Issues You Have at Work with your boss
I recently had to ask myself this same question and finally, I came to the personal conclusion that no amount of disrespect, especially in a work environment. If your employer does not respect you, no matter how much knowledge you may obtain from them... will on do so much for you in the long run. Consider your mental health. Does it bother you that the person you are working for doesn't respect you? How do you feel when you go home at night? Do you still look forward to going to work knowing that person is going to be there? Is your job worth it?

After considering these questions then you should determine if you are going to maintain your position or branch out for newer opportunities.

Subject: Re: What do you do for work right now?

Forum: What do you do for work right now?
For work now, I am a full-time optician. At my job I do everything. I open and close the store, I teach people how to care for their glasses as well as how to properly maintain, insert, and remove their contacts. I am also in charge of payroll and making sure that our office has its proper supplies. I also run insurances, adjust and fix glasses as well as sell them. Oh, and did I mention handling customer complaints? I basically do everything however soon I will be moving to a different office with more staff so my workload is going to be cut significantly.

Subject: Re: Do you ever skip days posting on Cnet?

Forum: Do you ever skip days posting on Cnet?
I use to be very diligent and post each and every single day on CNET until I started taking out loans. Then I didn't see a need to post since my school bills were covered. Now my loans aren't enough and I'm back to posting every day.

Subject: Re: What Is Your Favorite Candy?

Forum: What Is Your Favorite Candy?
Hi, Eddie!

My favorite candy would have to be the purple bag of skittles. Yes, that exact one. I love how well the flavors blend when meshed together. That and the fact that the cherry skittle is my favorite one.

Subject: Im Back!

Forum: Im Back!

Hey CNet! I know that it has been a while but I am back!
While I was gone I got a full time job and I went to school full time as well. Now that it is time for me to transfer to a 4 year college I believe that I have all of my ducks in a row so to speak. So yes, I will be posting how I use to way back when. I can't wait to get started!

Subject: Re: Should College Presidents Earn Millions?

Forum: Should College Presidents Earn Millions?
In my above post my opening statement is incorrect, I meant to say
"CEO's are not being OVERPAID,..."

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