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#21216

OMG: Stop hating on Arts. Your passion is not any less than anybody else's.

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  1. But your wallet will be. Bah dum tss!

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    1. if ur gonna make a joke, make sure it's funny.

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    2. that was pretty hilarious. Sounds like someone is in Arts.

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  2. Nobody hates arts. Some people look down on them.

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  3. If it makes you feel any better I hold unemployed physics PhDs with the same contempt-- signed: well paid CS grad.

    Yeah, sometimes I can be a self-righteous a-hole, just like every one else.

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    1. Start any of your own businesses yet?

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    2. Four startups already now and made a decent amount. Nothing to get too excited about but more than enough to pay the bills and not have to worry about retirement.

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    3. not bad. regional?

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    4. We should really make a new name to differentiate between startups that make stuff and ones that are two dudes coding apps.

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    5. ^Agreed. But then one could also filter these entities by date and ethics. Creating a startup in 2008 is quite different to the past few years where a grandmother with an ipad could start one. As for ethical startups just do a little research into KiK and why parents and law enforcement agencies despise it along with the now-dropped lawsuits initially.

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  4. I have yet to meet anyone in the Waterloo region that could talk shit about anyone else based upon personal achievements.

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    1. I imagine that says more about you than it does Waterloo.

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  5. Pfffft. Funny.
    Go back to doing nothing like you usually do, artsies.

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  6. well, a BA is about all you need to get a secretary job.

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  7. I personally have a CS degree but I found this article recently and its made me change my mind about arts degrees.

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/georgeanders/2015/07/29/liberal-arts-degree-tech/

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  8. Honestly, if you have an idea of what you will do with your life/degree (and it's at least somewhat realistic), then it really doesn't matter what you study

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