Ya'll should just move to Canada, it's pretty chill here.
Job market's not as good as before the shit hit the fan, but with a little perseverance you can still find something. Which is more than one could say for certain other countries.
The American capitalist environment is pretty straight forward. You want to be successful then you've got to break enough eggs to cause chicken genocide.
Work, innovation, intelligence, intuition, connection, confidence, and adaptation to get to the top.
Otherwise you end up beaten, poor, ignored, taken over, and socially rendered useless by the government and really all of society in general.
And my fellow Americans all wonder why we're actually one of the unhappiest individuals on earth.
And if anyone starts to crack wise. I'm originally from a third-world country.
My situations pretty straight forward. Go through shit-ass hell everyday for 4 years in a university. then another 4 in a prettier looking graduate school. then 2 years eating every lead pharmacist's ass.
then my starting salary is 6 figures. and in a few years it'll be 7 figures usd.
Then expand my expenses, invest in china, start some companies and 10 million early 30s. easy peasy. except for the medical ass-raping, competitive backstabbing, bloodthirsty position mobbing, socially draining, morally destructive experience to get there.
But hey. I digress. What's life without a few hitches? Without challenge yields no success
Last edited by oldmanhobo; 12-11-2010 at 12:51 AM.
War. War Never Changes.
hobo, if it were that easy, everyone would be doing it