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Darth Launch

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  1. I would've thought so too, but it looks like you were beaten by three months.

  2. I thought for sure I'd be the first to visit in 2010

  3. What kind of cookies? I think of you whenever I think of or see squirrels :)

  4. alas, I remember when I used to run into you from time to time on the internetz. Oh well, I'll just eat these fresh baked cookies and think of you

  5. I'm currently listening to Bjork's Earth Intruders... who needs coffee when you can listen to this song when you wake up? *crazy dances*
  6. Together, forever, that's how it must be

  7. my watch is lovely, thank you

  8. This is mine... the text in the bottom corner makes me giggle lots :D
  9. Ha! I've effortlessly surpassed your meager 874 profile veiws!

  10. I'm currently listening to Fatboy Slim's "Right Here, Right Now"
  11. Considering most people make their degree choice when they're 16-17 years old, I'd have to agree with you... money definitely didn't have much to do with my decision, but what with how the world works and growing older, money is something you have to take into consideration. Most 21 year olds I know are not in a position to be able to make that trade-off... sure, you're doing something you enjoy and find interesting, plus helping others in a pseudo-altruistic way, but you can barely afford to feed yourself. But I guess, that would be too obvious
  12. If you have the means to, I'd definitely recommend you going into as many Research Assistant positions as possible. One of my friends is currently doing a Masters in Health Psychology, I think, and she's going straight into a PhD, and she's had a couple of Research Assistant positions (non-permanent positions, as the research only had so much funding) and she worked as an Assistant Psychologist for some Clinical group, but she wasn't paid. Financially, it's quite tough, but take any means necessary to get relevant experience. Plus, you make a lot of contacts
  13. Yeh, I definitely agree about the Psychology comments. I've got a BSc in Psychology, and I'm currently in a job that has nothing to do with that. I really enjoyed my degree and found it incredibly interesting, not to mention the immense knowledge it's given me about the mind and whatnot, but career-wise, I sometimes wish I had gone with something a bit more vocational. I do have a dream to go back into something more Psychology-based, but money-wise, it's going to be hard. A lot of my friends who did Psychology with me have either gone into other areas, like teaching, or continued their educat
  14. Oh, I'm not sure what I thought this thread would be about before clicking on it, but I must say I'm a bit disappointed
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