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re: Movies Ideas You'd Rather Instead of Female Ghostbusters....
Posted by Freauxzen on 1/27 at 6:59 pm
On the Smith theme.... You Can't Take it With You Starring Will Smith, Willow Smith, Jaden Smith, and Jada Pinkett Smith The Dark Tower: Starring Adam Sandler...

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re: Movies Ideas You'd Rather Instead of Female Ghostbusters....
Posted by Freauxzen on 1/27 at 6:50 pm
[quote]Tombstone Starring Kristen Wiig as Wyatt Earp, Melissa McCarthy as Virgil, Kate McKinnon as Johnny Ringo and Leslie Jones as Doc Holliday[/quote] Agreed....

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re: Movies Ideas You'd Rather Instead of Female Ghostbusters....
Posted by Freauxzen on 1/27 at 6:45 pm
[quote]Legends of the Fall re-released with Will Smith as Tristan. [/quote] :lol:...

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Movies Ideas You'd Rather Instead of Female Ghostbusters....
Posted by Freauxzen on 1/27 at 6:41 pm
I'll start... A Rerelease of Seven Samurai in color or Tyler Perry's Father of the Bride Part 3: Madea's Family...

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re: All Female Ghostbusters Cast "Taking Shape"
Posted by Freauxzen on 1/27 at 6:37 pm
[quote]I love that I received 2 downvotes for bringing this article to the attention of everyone. [/quote] That;s how bad this news is. :dunno: ...

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re: Could I become a project manager? Those with experience, have any advice?
Posted by Freauxzen on 1/27 at 3:54 pm
[quote]i understand, but look at is as a whole. There maybe some inteligent people that can get this degree and use it in other fields but the vast majority of people i see get these degrees do not have a foresight to what they want to so. It is just something to do right now and they bitch when no ...

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re: Could I become a project manager? Those with experience, have any advice?
Posted by Freauxzen on 1/27 at 12:01 pm
[quote]I agree but I don't even think what you learn in the classrooms is the most important thing about having a college degree. It shows that you are responsible, can navigate a bureaucracy, can show up on time, complete tasks on time and finish something you started over a long period of time. [/...

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re: Why do streaming services (Hulu) only carry the latest 5 episodes of a new show?
Posted by Freauxzen on 1/27 at 11:51 am
The frustrating part of it all is that digital options are supposed to remove the commitment piece. I don't have to watch it or respond only when they allow me. That is the path to me consuming more of their content and inadvertently , advertising....

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re: Could I become a project manager? Those with experience, have any advice?
Posted by Freauxzen on 1/27 at 11:50 am
[quote]Didn't like the teaching part too much[/quote] And I'm taking the idea that teaching music is a different experience from training. While related, I think there's enough difference to have space for something you may like....

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re: Could I become a project manager? Those with experience, have any advice?
Posted by Freauxzen on 1/27 at 11:46 am
[quote]I'm an excellent musician. Honest truth - I was a concert guitarist, instrumentalist, and teacher for two years. Didn't like the teaching part too much and loved the performance part. Problem was performing and building a music business as a performer kept me away from my wife and kids far to...

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re: Could I become a project manager? Those with experience, have any advice?
Posted by Freauxzen on 1/27 at 11:43 am
[quote]You may want to consider Proposal Writing/Proposal Management. Do some research into that. Proposal Managers for good companies make a very decent wage. The hours and stress can be rough, but it's never boring. [/quote] Another bit of good advice....

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re: Could I become a project manager? Those with experience, have any advice?
Posted by Freauxzen on 1/27 at 11:21 am
[quote]No. Not without experience working on projects on a lower level that produce an IT-related deliverable for several years that would allow you to sit for the PMP certification. Honest truth, though? It's a thankless profession that will bring you infinte unhappiness and thoughts of continu...

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re: Could I become a project manager? Those with experience, have any advice?
Posted by Freauxzen on 1/27 at 11:13 am
[quote]n[b]ot laughing at you, there are a ton of people that are in/have been in your shoes. These degrees are there just for people to get a degree then stay in school/teaching milking off everyone else.[/b] I wish this light was shed on the people going into degrees like that. But it isnt because...

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re: Could I become a project manager? Those with experience, have any advice?
Posted by Freauxzen on 1/27 at 11:07 am
[quote]Bachelor's - Education - Language Arts Master's - English - Rhet/Comp/Tech Writing conglomerate [/quote] Awesome To give you some context of where I come from: BA - English, Literature MA - English, Modern Studies So probably less "job focused." I worked in education for a few ye...

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re: Could I become a project manager? Those with experience, have any advice?
Posted by Freauxzen on 1/27 at 10:55 am
[quote]StringedInstruments[/quote] Found it. [quote]I worked as a high school teacher for a while and now I'm in graduate school studying technical writing. [/quote] BA in English or similar? [quote]Someone in my class mentioned yesterday that project management and other management posi...

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re: Visualization of US Bachelor's Degrees by Gender and Ethnicity (Income included)
Posted by Freauxzen on 1/27 at 10:48 am
[quote]Sociology takes the crown, though[/quote] Agreed. Sociology is often just cannibalized by other majors anyways- History, English, Anthropology, and Psychology. The major shouldn't exist. But now they have a giant chip and are extremely stubborn about their existence. Major Area fracturi...

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re: Visualization of US Bachelor's Degrees by Gender and Ethnicity (Income included)
Posted by Freauxzen on 1/27 at 10:19 am
[quote]In what way? Because I'm LOLing, alright. LOLing at the idea of careers in literature/languages averaging $54k.[/quote] This is the degree holder, not the career. The problem with English Lit/Language is the range. If you play it right, English BA/MA can get you pretty far, actually. I'...

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re: Visualization of US Bachelor's Degrees by Gender and Ethnicity (Income included)
Posted by Freauxzen on 1/27 at 10:15 am
[quote]I would think that the business group would include accounting and other business type degrees and not just business administration. [/quote] Probably. Finance is alright, and fairly rigorous....

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re: Visualization of US Bachelor's Degrees by Gender and Ethnicity (Income included)
Posted by Freauxzen on 1/27 at 9:57 am
It's funny how the "Business Degree" was regarded until the early 80s or so. It was basically a vocational degree. It still is really, but now....ridiculous in size. Other degrees do a much better job of creating problem solving individuals, but BUSINESS! *golf clap* to the business sector bei...

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re: Is Tyrese Gibson the Green Lantern
Posted by Freauxzen on 1/26 at 1:40 pm
[quote][quote]I think I like John Stewart more than Hal Jordan anyway.[/quote] I do too. I do not like Tyrese Gibson as John Stewart.[/quote] It's a push really, and I like Stewart more, but Hal has been given a bigger chance to affect the DCU on multiple occasions. So it's tough. Wit...

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