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Old 12-27-2006, 09:41 PM   #91
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Old 12-27-2006, 10:23 PM   #92
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Old 12-28-2006, 12:35 PM   #93
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Wow, I had no idea. I thought that other states had lottery funded scholarship programs too (I never knew it was a Florida-Exclusive type of thing).
ohio was going to correct loop holes in a similar scholarship like thing, though it may have just been a loan, any ohioans know how it turned out?
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Old 12-30-2006, 01:06 PM   #94
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A seasonal life guard! It can be boring and the pays horrible, but it comes with a tan that the girls love (I can't say my dermatologist likes it ).
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Old 12-31-2006, 12:36 AM   #95
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A seasonal life guard! It can be boring and the pays horrible, but it comes with a tan that the girls love (I can't say my dermatologist likes it ).
LOL I love this. As long as you enjoy doing it the bad pay is okay!

The sun was bad for me this last summer. I went to a airshow and we were sitting out in a open field on the runways. I am not by any means fair skin. I have a tiny bit of Indian in me and dark Irish. I can be out in the sun for hours and barely burn and just tan.

The airshow I noticed my leg was turning pink so I used this aresol (sp) sunblock. I must of reacted to it because my skin pretty much boiled on my leg where I used it. I was a little burnt everywhere else I did NOT put the spray but it went away right away the next day. My leg I had to go to the doctor and get cream for it and couldnt walk it hurt so bad.

A dermatologist would of slapped me!!! The doctor came in and asked what was going on. I lifted up my pant leg and he turned white as a ghost and said "OH MY GOD" and got really close to my leg and just stared at it. LOL it was awful.

I reverted back to sunblock is not for me!
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I am a sudent at the moment majoring in chemistry. A few months ago, I switched from being a long time physics major to a chemistry major. I switched for the simple reason that phyiscs majors have trouble finding work after they graduate.
Now, I work 30-40 hours a week, go to classes, and rack up alot of debt in college loans. So, I plan on going into the military after I graduate to train as an officer in the navy, hopefully I will be able to become an officer on a sub. The advantage to going in after college is they will cover most or all of college debt while on the flip side of the coin it's almost a given that I will be trained to be a commissioned officer, which is good for attracting girls!

EDIT: I just read osme of information from others complaining about their Organic Chemistry. I have heard rumors about that class, but I think a good professor can win the day no matter what the issues. Besides, I've taken advanced physics courses, like Modern and Mechanical phyics, where theory becomes reality and the world becomes quite complicated. I look forward to Organic chem this coming fall semester- after those physics behemoths, it sounds pretty nice!
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physicsdude, do you plan on enrolling at Annapolis? I know a few people going there now.
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