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    Californian in DC DrWurm's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Est View Post
    I'll be moving on from my community college with an AS in biology and will be transferring to UC Berkeley to continue to pursue biology and and chemistry.
    Wow! Big time congrats there! Berkeley is one hell of an accomplishment man. I'm hoping to end up there for my master's degree.

    Quote Originally Posted by theyellowdart View Post
    Is that Cal Poly in northern California? My cousin is going to be going to a Cal Poly engineering school in northern Cali. I don't know how many there are, but it's most likely the same one.
    There are 2 Cal Poly schools. One is north of LA on the Central Coast, and there other is in Pomona, near LA. The northernmost one is Cal Poly: SLO, and it's an excellent school.

    Quote Originally Posted by Halt View Post
    Jason your avatar really looks like you btw.
    Haha, that's because it is me. I edited a photo of myself in photoshop.

    Jason

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    I live near the one near Pomona :3 I swim in the collage next to it. (Mt.Sac? ithink)

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    In the opinion of a Farmer. I cannot believe anyone would work for monsanto unless it was to change thier poor ethics system. I know it is probably a sweet job but you are working for the Devil P.S. Monsanto is the Devil!

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Future_of_Food

    Watch the movie!

    http://www.thefutureoffood.com/

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    Haha, yeah I know!

    I just finished a class in AP Environment Studies, so I've got a good idea of what needs to be done. And I'm from Corvallis, the GREEN CITY.

    I'd really like to attempt working out all the kinks of GMO crops (deaths of nearby catepillars, allergies, resistant pests, etc) if I do get a job.

    Fortunately for me, I've know a guy who knows the head of Monsanto.

    Haven't talked to him much at all about it.

    Quote Originally Posted by S_Oregon_CP View Post
    In the opinion of a Farmer. I cannot believe anyone would work for monsanto unless it was to change thier poor ethics system. I know it is probably a sweet job but you are working for the Devil P.S. Monsanto is the Devil!

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Future_of_Food

    Watch the movie!

    http://www.thefutureoffood.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirKristoff View Post
    Lol cap
    highschool is gonna be one of the best times of your life.
    Live it up now man,
    looking back 20 years later..IMO highschool is meaningless..
    the only thing highschool is good for is to get good grades so you can go on to college..
    for me, college was a billion times better than highschool!
    college was a blast..highschool was just bland and boring..

    so if you are currently in highschool and think it sucks..well..it probably does!
    but college is nothing like highschool..its SO much better..
    all the social BS of highschool simply disappears..its great!

    Im still in contact with about 10 good friends from college..
    I havent talked to anyone from highschool since I graduated in 1987..
    I didnt even care about going to my 10th or 20th highschool renuion..it means nothing to me.

    for me, "Real Life" began the day I started college!
    and those were "the best times of my life"...
    highschool wasnt bad..it was just pointless..

    just offering an alternative to highschool being "the best times of your life"!
    if they arent..and they arent for many people..dont worry about it..
    once you are out, things get much better..

    Scot

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    graduating high school on sunday =]
    Everything is explainable. The seemingly unexplainable is but a result of our insufficient knowledge.- Hans Brewer

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    Congratulations to everyone who is graduating or progressing in whatever way. It's a tough time to be looking for work, but hang in there. You know times are tough when even the accounting graduates aren't finding work. The petroleum and mining industries were busy shedding geologists when I got my geological engineering degree in 1984, so I know the feeling. Good luck.
    Bruce in CT

    Madness is something rare in individuals but in groups, parties, peoples, ages it is the rule. Friedrich Nietzsche

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottychaos View Post
    just offering an alternative to highschool being "the best times of your life"!
    if they arent..and they arent for many people..dont worry about it..
    once you are out, things get much better..

    Scot
    I'll second Scot on that one. I hated high school so much i did independent study my senior year so i could start college a year early. College is, in my opinion, a much better experience. All of a sudden, all of the petty insignificant crap you have to deal with in high school melts away. People are friendlier, and you'll finally start to a lot of students with the same career interests as you.

    Jason

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