Top Schools, Free Ride, Cant Decide

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GaryGrice

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Top Schools, Free Ride, Cant Decide

Postby GaryGrice » Fri May 25, 2018 1:17 am

The facts:
- Accepted with a full tuition scholarship to: Yale, Stanford, Harvard, Chicago, Columbia, Berkeley.
- Canadian, no ties to the USA.
- Bitcoin millionaire (no cost of living expenses)
- Goal is to get rich or die trying $$$. Plan to retire by 30

- Other criteria to consider:
1 ) which school location has the best restaurants;
2 ) which school location has the hottest women (future wife);
3 ) which school will get me the easiest job making biggest $$$;
4 ) which school location has good weather;
5 ) which school will get me a job with the most vacation;
6 ) which school will get me a job with the nicest office;
7 ) which school has most breaks/holidays/time off during study;
8 ) which school has the most lenient professors. I'm a genius and don't need to study much, but I hate deadlines;
9 ) which school is going to bother me the least when begging for alumni contributions;
10 ) which school will my future kids want to attend.

Wu-tang

chenin_blanc

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Re: Top Schools, Free Ride, Cant Decide

Postby chenin_blanc » Fri May 25, 2018 11:06 am

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beinghuman

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Re: Top Schools, Free Ride, Cant Decide

Postby beinghuman » Sat May 26, 2018 4:48 pm

So what's the purpose of this post? Are you trying to be funny or are you dealing with some issues?
If it's the former, it's a good start but it could be funnier... But if it's the latter, you should try to make sure that your claims are at least somewhat believable.

GaryGrice wrote:The facts:
- Accepted with a full tuition scholarship to: Yale, Stanford, Harvard, Chicago, Columbia, Berkeley.
- Canadian, no ties to the USA.
- Bitcoin millionaire (no cost of living expenses)
- Goal is to get rich or die trying $$$. Plan to retire by 30

- Other criteria to consider:
1 ) which school location has the best restaurants;
2 ) which school location has the hottest women (future wife);
3 ) which school will get me the easiest job making biggest $$$;
4 ) which school location has good weather;
5 ) which school will get me a job with the most vacation;
6 ) which school will get me a job with the nicest office;
7 ) which school has most breaks/holidays/time off during study;
8 ) which school has the most lenient professors. I'm a genius and don't need to study much, but I hate deadlines;
9 ) which school is going to bother me the least when begging for alumni contributions;
10 ) which school will my future kids want to attend.

Wu-tang



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