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@dankwraith @chillallmen yeah but they gotta do it until they find the right one

@chillallmen @dankwraith can we make them manually mine bitcoin, like doing sums on a chalkboard

i fan't believe it took me like three months to think of

"anthropawlogy"

@nimirea ones that pushed me to try and apply for things that i thought were way above my class. even the rejections were good practice.

ones who encouraged me to prioritize work that would contribute to my own goals over turning down opportunities in favor of continuing to do their grunt work for them.

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@bgcarlisle @Cyborgneticz fuck though a burning bridge would be such a great tattoo

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@cryospheroid tell them they have sweet work, and hope they're not also a baker 😁

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