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This is a discussion on What pays the bills? within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally posted by virpacalis A high school Latin teacher here. Is it true that doctors prescriptions are written in latin?...

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    Originally posted by virpacalis
    A high school Latin teacher here.
    Is it true that doctors prescriptions are written in latin?

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    Originally posted by RayfieldsWRX
    I'm sure that what I'm NOT minimizing isn't worth paying the $150/200 an hour that you were bragging about...

    Truthfully, I will concede that my investment situation (and family situation) has become more complex in recent years. It's entirely possible that I may justify the cost of consulting a tax expert one of these days. Happy?
    Easy there killer, i was just joking with ya. No need to get your panties in a bunch.
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    Originally posted by KzooWRX
    Easy there killer, i was just joking with ya. No need to get your panties in a bunch.
    People with their "panties in a bunch" don't put smilies at the end of sentences. Just so you know...
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    Originally posted by RayfieldsWRX
    People with their "panties in a bunch" don't put smilies at the end of sentences. Just so you know...
    Unless you like your panties bunched up

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    Originally posted by trainrex
    Unless you like your panties bunched up
    How did you know!!
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    I am a Student Naval Aviator in the USMC(2nd Lt.)

    Right now I fly T-34's and have close to 100hrs

    To me, its one of the best jobs in the world, course I guess anything could be as long as you love it.
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    Originally posted by trainrex
    Unless you like your panties bunched up

    shhhhhhh!!!! Don't tell anyone!!
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    LMAO Kzoo,

    "you are nothing but unorganized grab-asstic pieces of amphibian sh@t"
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    I work for people like some of you and your bosses. i work at a really nice country club in Denver. The job is fun because i get to look at mercedes, BMWs, Ferraris, and nice classics all day: i also drive alot of golf carts. I'm only 16 though so this is just providing gas and a little spending cash. My future jobs are probably all going to be automotive related in someway or another.
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    I work for a wine importer, yes, I prettymuch get paid to sit around all day and drink alchohol Sometimes in France, Spain, or Italy. It's a tough job but someone has to do it so you peasants have wine to drink

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    Mmmm, wine tasting, what a great job that would be- I'm working on my architects license and working for city government, graduated from CU 2 years ago. Number one party school for a while I could have earned my wine-tasteology degree if they offered it

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    Currently a junior at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute majoring in Computer and Systems Engineering. Summer work is for my family business that treates water systems in large scale buildings. Future plans are either to work for an automotive manufacturer and eventually design ECU's or just hit up the family business.

    Nothings set in stone.

    And for those of you looking into engineering schools, RPI is hard and its a lot of work, but they have a great Formula SAE team and avg. starting salary of graduates is around 60K.

    and tuition costs a buttload, but I have a nice aid package.
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    Originally posted by complexx
    And for those of you looking into engineering schools, RPI is hard and its a lot of work, but they have a great Formula SAE team and avg. starting salary of graduates is around 60K.

    and tuition costs a buttload, but I have a nice aid package.
    RPI is a GREAT school. When I graduated NC State in M.E., the average starting salary for a degreed engineer was about $34,000. Of course, that was 14 years ago...
    Plus you RPI guys probably can get a bit of a premium...
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    I work for a small (well, used to be small, now it is the largest in the world) PC modification company. Our website is www.frozencpu.com

    I have been with the company since it was being run out of the owners apartment, and now it is a very, very, very successful company in a large office complex

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    I have a BS in Marine Engineering Systems with a minor in Nuclear engineering and I'm attending the Navy's Nuclear Power school. Eventually I will work on a nuclear reactors in subs, for now I am getting paid to go to school but they do have my butt locked up for five years, no quitting or getting fired here
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