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  • JordanMariam14
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    RaptorsFohEva wrote: View Post
    Why not possible?
    Other than VC (he'll be almost 40 by then) the salaries, my guess.

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  • 007
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    Why not possible?

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  • MunsMunny
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    JordanMariam14 wrote: View Post
    Do you guys think with a roster of

    Lowry
    DD
    Durant
    Johnson
    Valanciunas

    Vasquez
    Ross
    Carter
    Patterson
    Draft pick

    With JV, TR, DD improved we could win a championship?

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    That roster is probably not possible. But it would be the ultimate.....

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  • Jamshid
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    Jordan Evans wrote: View Post
    Kobe would be gone in the next two years or so. DD would become their #1 option.
    DD the #1 option for LA LOOOOOOLLLL, My friend, you have no idea what LA team is and what it means to be a Laker

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  • stooley
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    imanshumpert wrote: View Post
    Many people in arts degrees do graduate degrees or professional programs after that increase their earning capabilities.

    Or they're just very passionate about their field of study and use personal business to make it make money for them.

    You look like a damn clown when you judge someone based on their degree, your statement reeks of ignorance and entitlement. Obviously technical degrees like Computer Science and Engineering are more guaranteed to get you a high-paying job, but satisfaction is also important. I can't remember where I read this piece of advice, but it said that men should pursue their passions and figure out a way to earn a good living from them. You're going to be happier that way.

    This is coming from someone studying engineering btw.
    There's absolutely nothing wrong with studying your passion. I am passing no opinion whatsoever.

    That particular poster said he was more interested in money than art, yet chose an art degree. There was either a miscommunication, or a contradiction in that statement.

    Given the statistics (and I'm talking about fine arts here, not a bachelor of arts, or a program in arts and sciences) that is a poor choice if you're more concerned with making money than producing art.

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  • yabadabayolo
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    imanshumpert wrote: View Post

    This is coming from someone studying engineering btw.
    Ouuuffff that's ruff buddy...I respect how dealt with the stress of game 7 and engineering school
    Last edited by yabadabayolo; Wed May 28, 2014, 09:30 PM.

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  • 007
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    Did you guys look at the title of this thread?

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  • imanshumpert
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    stooley wrote: View Post
    good luck to you sir. it's probably a better bet learning plumbing. they make 6 figures with nice job safety
    Many people in arts degrees do graduate degrees or professional programs after that increase their earning capabilities.

    Or they're just very passionate about their field of study and use personal business to make it make money for them.

    You look like a damn clown when you judge someone based on their degree, your statement reeks of ignorance and entitlement. Obviously technical degrees like Computer Science and Engineering are more guaranteed to get you a high-paying job, but satisfaction is also important. I can't remember where I read this piece of advice, but it said that men should pursue their passions and figure out a way to earn a good living from them. You're going to be happier that way.

    This is coming from someone studying engineering btw.

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  • stooley
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    ryanc123 wrote: View Post
    I'm in an arts program and I value money over art. Stop talking.
    good luck to you sir. it's probably a better bet learning plumbing. they make 6 figures with nice job safety

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  • Bendit
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    ryanc123 wrote: View Post
    I'm in an arts program and I value money over art. Stop talking.
    Taking any Philosophy courses?

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  • BobLoblaw
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    ryanc123 wrote: View Post
    I'm in an arts program and I value money over art. Stop talking.
    You probably just like pictures on some of them.



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  • ryanc123
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    BobLoblaw wrote: View Post
    They are inspired people, they value beauty.

    I'm in an arts program and I value money over art. Stop talking.

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  • Jordan Evans
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    phiLLy wrote: View Post
    Lakers out of the running for Melo. They don't believe Melo/Kobe can exist together.

    I wonder if they'd take DD though? DD I believe showed a little bit he could play second fiddle. I mean hell, a lot of us agree/believe that DD isn't a #1 option on a championship team. Could be play beside Kobe?

    DD for 7 + TPE?

    (Is that even possible) -- If so, it allows us to help facilitate trades between other teams, to help acquire more picks and assets and what-not.

    Ala Houston/Chicago.
    Kobe would be gone in the next two years or so. DD would become their #1 option.

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  • TSF
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    BobLoblaw wrote: View Post
    They are inspired people, they value beauty.
    No, those are artists. Some arts students are artists who truly value beauty (or dirty and grimy and ugly, which can be the same thing) and only care about money to the extent that it allows them to practice their art. Other arts students just took it cuz everyone knows arts are cool and I wasn't really in that dumb popular circle in highschool and I mean I like Arcade Fire and Bon Iver and screw working for the man, I don't want to work in no office. Those people suck.

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  • phiLLy
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    Lakers out of the running for Melo. They don't believe Melo/Kobe can exist together.

    I wonder if they'd take DD though? DD I believe showed a little bit he could play second fiddle. I mean hell, a lot of us agree/believe that DD isn't a #1 option on a championship team. Could be play beside Kobe?

    DD for 7 + TPE?

    (Is that even possible) -- If so, it allows us to help facilitate trades between other teams, to help acquire more picks and assets and what-not.

    Ala Houston/Chicago.

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