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12-11-2008 @ 3:56PM
totally agree with a lot of the posts herethe "game" is not the issue - the "individual" is. period. no questionI found WoW during my 2nd year of my B.Comm(H). I was (and still am) and active member of Canada's oldest Fraternity, i worked 25-30 hours a week, took a full course load EVERY semester, spent countless hours at the poker table, started chasing my future wife........etc etc Ton's of people have been here and succeeded - maybe its easier for some then othersFor me those 4 years were tough as hell, but always incredibly rewarding - I don't remember sleeping that much........If you can't prioritize and have poor time management you will always fail@ school, @ work, anywhereJust a thought, our North American culture seems to be getting lazy no? There is somewhere to place blame for everything, "its not your problem, you have X-condition and we have a new pill to cure you right up!"when did we lose personal accountability for our actions?
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