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From Indianapolis. Inescapable wasteland.

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by wolvenreign, Sep 20, 2010.

  1. wolvenreign

    wolvenreign Registered Member

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    Greetings, one and all. The name's Bob...Bob Palindrome.

    I'm a 21 year old college dropout, who left because my 60 year old parents won't be able to pay off Sallie Mae's "parent plus" loan.

    So now I'm stuck in Indianapolis, with no way out of my parent's house financially. Mostly because of a lack of transportation and because it's Indianapolis.

    I do have a few talents, however, including a Don LaFontaine voice, software-related skills (modifying Wiis and the like), massage therapy (I don't have enough money to get certified), and writing.

    The writing part comes from having grown up on the Yahoo Role Playing Games chatrooms, and the Yahoo User Rooms beforehand. I have learned to type at 70 WPM, and my creativity knows no bounds.

    But really, it doesn't mean jack. No one wants to hire me because I'm overweight and can't get to my job. I'm hoping, screamingly, that one of these threads on BHW can help me out. Nothing else seems to be able to.

    Well, thanks for reading my thread. Now to go post about Tycoon CashFlow and how it's a bunch of horse soul, because all it is is "Clickbank + Google AdWords! Herp de derp!".
     
  2. waterman262

    waterman262 Registered Member

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    Hey man your young! stay optimistic and look for more short term work to do while building a long term web business!
     
  3. wolvenreign

    wolvenreign Registered Member

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    Ach, if only my youth could be my source of optimism.

    In November, Sallie Mae will come looking for my loan...I won't have anything to give them. I'm 8k in the hole.

    *rubs temples* This is one of the reasons I hate money. Most of the time, your success is just so arbitrary that it hurts.

    I'll try, though.