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Thanks for reminding me, Clayton.

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Been wondering how I would deal with it this year. This is the first time in 2 1/2 decades I don't have to be there.

I can stop wondering. Feels pretty good.

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11 hours ago, Senko lover said:

Thanks for reminding me, Clayton.

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That is all.

You'll come to appreciate it too when you're a cranky old man like me one day. 

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My daughter started on friggin' August 1st.  Don't ask me why as I don't have the foggiest idea why this county insists on starting so early.

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Some of my friends are going back to school and I'm just sitting here like ?FB_IMG_1471551473758.jpg

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@Catch and Grease Umm if you are out and have nothing to do where is the fishing tackle? :frog-13::Bass_Boat: :fishing2:

 

Oh and school being in is a OK thing but College for my daughter is $ 

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I started college yesterday. Crazy

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39 minutes ago, MIbassin said:

I started college yesterday. Crazy

Congrats!  It's hard work, but worth it!

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53 minutes ago, MIbassin said:

I started college yesterday. Crazy

Its a decision you will never regret. I regret not going to college. The end result is working a %^#@ job with low wages. GO TO SCHOOL!!!! My dad once told me "You may like McDonalds food but you won't when you are serving it". 

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In the greater Richmond area up to Fredericksburg and the surrounding counties public schools do not open until after Labor Day due the the Kings Dominion Law.

This law, passed by the Virginia General Assembly many years ago, keeps the public schools closed until the first week of September so that Kings Dominion, Busch Gardens and other tourist locations can keep the high school kids working.

In the northern and western parts of the state our public schools are already open and ready to rock and roll.

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15 hours ago, Glenn said:

Congrats!  It's hard work, but worth it!

 

14 hours ago, Gundog said:

Its a decision you will never regret. I regret not going to college. The end result is working a %^#@ job with low wages. GO TO SCHOOL!!!! My dad once told me "You may like McDonalds food but you won't when you are serving it". 

Yep, I'm ready to work hard but I just can't believe how fast it's gone. I joined this site as a freshman in HS I feel like it was yesterday! Go Gators!

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7 hours ago, MIbassin said:

 

Yep, I'm ready to work hard but I just can't believe how fast it's gone. I joined this site as a freshman in HS I feel like it was yesterday! Go Gators!

And for the love of all things holy -- choose a degree in a field with reasonable job prospects!  It's great to say you're following your passion by getting your degree in Sanskrit (bonus points for those of you who recognize the movie reference), but it ain't a great life decision to go tens of thousands of dollars, or more, into debt only to work in a career field with low earnings potential

If you feel that strongly about getting a degree in one of those areas, at least get a minor in something more useful so you have a plan B.

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1 hour ago, Chris at Tech said:

And for the love of all things holy -- choose a degree in a field with reasonable job prospects!  It's great to say you're following your passion by getting your degree in Sanskrit (bonus points for those of you who recognize the movie reference), but it ain't a great life decision to go tens of thousands of dollars, or more, into debt only to work in a career field with low earnings potential

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I don't go back till wednesday and the kids don't start till after labor day....I am not looking forward to all the training days before school starts but it is what it is i guess.  

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