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Western Australia / Re: This Week on ANGER MANAGEMENT !
« on: August 29, 2007, 04:32:52 AM »

DIVINE HERESY (Fear Factory meets Killswitch Engage)


Met Tim Yeung the drummer for these guys when I was in LA -- he is pretty damn excited about this project. Heard some of the stuff when I was out there as well: pretty promising for what it is.

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The guy had time to think about it in between killings -- time to come to grips with what he had done, and then continued on.

The guy deserves to fucking burn: if he hadn't killed himself, I am sure people would be calling for his blood.

I don't care what he was on, what sort of guy he was normally -- it is not an excuse.

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I heard somewhere that it was actually Ken Shamrock that showed Undertaker the ropes....


not sure, I thought Undertaker would have been wrestling years before Shamrock started but you could be right.

I can't remember who told me, but I heard that the Undertaker was actually really sick in the head...?

I have a strange feeling I read it in Jenna Jameson's autobio.

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The Frontline / Re: Reputation: do we want it?
« on: April 26, 2007, 12:26:50 PM »
Actually, I don't post for the post count, I post for the love of annoying, angering and inciting people.

And we love you for it, Matt!!  :-*

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General discussion / Re: Uni Dropouts
« on: May 23, 2006, 05:00:56 PM »
fuk that, churches are occults!!

Churches are occults? Once again, something that makes no sense. I believe the phrase you meant to use was "Churches are cults".

oc∑cult    Pronunciation Key  (-klt, klt) adj.
 1. Of, relating to, or dealing with supernatural influences, agencies, or phenomena.
 2.  Beyond the realm of human comprehension; inscrutable.

cult    Pronunciation Key  (klt) n.
 1. A religion or religious sect generally considered to be extremist or false, with its followers often living in an unconventional manner under the guidance of an authoritarian, charismatic leader.
  2. The followers of such a religion or sect.


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General discussion / Re: Uni Dropouts
« on: May 19, 2006, 06:52:44 PM »
Wolfram - true, but like what happens if youve completed the things you are interested in and still become unstatified within your career path? Like ive done Retail, Child Care, Youth Work, Social Work and still have no idea. Hense the forensic investagation/ psychologist...  I dont know I once come across this reading that basically points out that 'nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal but nothing on earth can help with man with the wrong mental attitude'. Like if you are in a positive enviroment and mental state anythink is possible. For example my family enviroment lacks understanding for the university lifestyle, insisting i over 'psych-anaylsis' everything and think to much, and also my friends found me rather um, annoying to say the least, i personally found it difficult to switch off from my textbook theory and logic, onto a rational level of conversation. I like to think thats its because of my passionate nature :).


Like, make up your fucking mind and actually use one of your fucking degrees. No-one wants to work......Like, Im sure you could find yourself enjoying at least one of the areas you have studied in. Like, far out....pay some fucking taxes for once in your life

Like totally!!! :D

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General discussion / Re: Uni Dropouts
« on: May 17, 2006, 02:42:34 AM »
Iíve just done 8 units of the Bach of Social Work Degree, at Edith Cowan in Bunbury, and honestly stuff uni for a joke it destroys your life!! like no shit talk about high society, I think its bloody hard for someone that has gone to uni to maintain an intellectual conversation with any normal people, and to find someone that can analyze a particular object or action relatively close to yourself is near on impossible unless they have experienced the same type of education. Meanwhile my god I also died of shock at all the f*%#ín bitchen and shit, like 4 christ sake I thought that ended in yr 12 or something. While we also had to PAY FOR PARKING!!! Well your meant to :), but like get a grip its Bunbury not Perth, and its private property that doing sfa otherwise.

Trish


I disagree with most of what you have said there.
A) It didn't destroy my life. Yes, it took up a whole lot of time, but I met some of the best friends I'll ever have at uni.
B) I have had some of the most intelligent conversations with friends who do not go to uni, and I know some absolute retards who can't even have a simple conversation who have gone to uni. (Bloody Engineers  ;D)
C) Pay for parking? So? It's what I had to do the whole time at UWA and Notre Dame.
D) Bitching? Honey, that'll happen no matter who you are, where you go, what you do. Suck it up, deal with it.
E) Lastly, here is the bitchiest thing I am going to say: Sweetheart, you are doing a fucking social work degree. Get over yourself.

**Disclaimer: Had a bad day, this post pissed me off. Is bearing the brunt of my bad mood.

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General discussion / Re: Uni Dropouts
« on: May 09, 2006, 02:04:06 AM »
The truest thing I have ever seen: On the toilet roll dispenser in the arts block @ UWA toilets: For arts degree, Tear here.  ;D

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General discussion / Re: Uni Dropouts
« on: May 07, 2006, 04:29:38 AM »
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Its probably worth learning a trade over doing a wanky uni degree, you definetly get a job and make way more money.



There are just so many things wrong with that statement.

1. "Wanky uni degree"? We work our ARSES off to get those degrees. Long nights doing assignments, not going out on weekends because of study for exams, assignments, study for tests. Spending hour upon hour in the library researching and reading.

2. "You definitely get a job." I am guaranteed a job at the end of my degree. In fact, since I am a maths and science teacher, I can choose which job I want because there is such a shortage of teachers for those subjects. Ok, some people may not get a job in their field right off the bat, but having done a degree, they have proven that they can work hard and get the job done, and are dedicated, hence even if they go for a job nothing to do with that degree, the employer is likely to hire them over someone straight out of school.

3. "Make way more money." Talk to my friends who have finished chemistry who have gone straight into jobs earning $70k - $80k, which will rise very quickly to over $100k in the next 5 - 10 years.



Before everyone who is a tradie jumps on this and attempts to kill me; this is not an attack on tradies, this is an attack on the ignorance of someone who doesn't know a thing about university life/the doors a university degree can open up for you.




Ultimately, people should do what makes sense to them: not what their friends say, teachers say, parents say etc. Just don't become a dole-bludger cause I am not fucking paying your wage with my tax, just so you can sit around watching big brother.

People who say they can't get a job just haven't bloody tried.

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General discussion / Re: Uni Dropouts
« on: May 06, 2006, 08:13:39 AM »
Failed a couple of units here and there, but got through my 3-year degree in 4 years. *shrugs* Doing post-grad stuff now. Looking forward to earning money next year. (hooray for an income!!)

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The Frontline / Re: Perth's shittest suburb?
« on: February 03, 2006, 03:02:28 PM »
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ALthough Im surprised no one has said Balga...


East Westminster, darl. ;)

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