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11-12-2010 @ 8:30AM
It's kinda odd, and a little embarrassing at times.But, it seems like everyone in my guild has an advanced degree.Even worse there are several teachers with master degree's. Of course I never knew this until recent months.Wonder what they really think about my loud uneducated redneck self.We also have several Soldiers (God Bless Them).It does make you wonder if you have done enough for yourself and your life.I'm not complaining. I have a good job and a good life, I went to the school of hard knocks.I am an accomplished Tool &Die maker for more than 20 years.I am a little more careful of how I act in Vent though lately.And anyone reading this, I WOULD NOT recommend the school of hard Knocks.Go get yourself a degree if you have the ability. My Knees are now shot.
11-12-2010 @ 9:44AM
Coming from someone who has done some Master's level work, my advice would be to be yourself. If you were friends with these guys before you knew what they did, then my guess is that they are a good group who educational background is, but rather what kind of person they are. My father never went to college, but he is one of the best guys I know. I might know more about Plato and Aristotle, but he knows more about cars and mechanics. And our difference in education doesn't precludeus from having a lot in common.
11-12-2010 @ 6:52PM
@LeroyI hear ya Brother, I'm always myself.That may just be part of the Problem !! LOL j/k My guild is a great group.I really like those guys.I was just a little surprised to find out the true caliber of some of the people I game with.
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