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Old 08-14-2017, 04:28 AM   #25
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Originally Posted by vatterin View Post
Actually that's quite wrong. Studies have shown that people change their personality at least once every decade. But that becomes less as they get into their twilight years. Also, habits are based upon someones personality. When that changes so does their habits.

I'll use you as an example. If you do a simple search on your posts. You can see how helpful, cordial, and nice you were when you first joined the forums. As you go through the years of posts you gradually turn into this immature asshole. Whether that's who you were all along or not doesn't matter. You changed. From that you've (on paper) grown up but you're still quite passive aggressive. You still typed out all of your "achievements" for what? Your own personal merit? You're no better than oats was then and is now. Also, I'm going to guess you're not being entirely truthful about this free education for a design engineering degree. You said you cooked for five years? There are only 10 colleges in the United States that offer any sort of "design" engineering courses. Which might I add are branched off into several categories. You can't just take a course that's "design engineer".

All in all chef, you're an asshole. You're not just a regular asshole, you're a lying asshole who hasn't changed one bit. So maybe you're right. People don't change.
bad, mad, n sad. thats all i think of when i think back on the FF days with David-
A design engineer is a person who may be involved in any of various engineering disciplines including civil, mechanical, electrical, chemical, textiles, aerospace, nuclear, manufacturing, systems, and structural /building/architectural

so basically what you're saying is that there are only 10 colleges in the country that offer design engineering degrees for allllll those disciplines? hmmm.

not everyone here has a career path ceiling of a tier 1 tech support rep. perhaps you should consider changing yours to that of a psychiatrist. or maybe just go see one.

and yes those are all of my life's achievements, all perfectly described in a short list here on these tried and true forum boards where they will be forever etched in time. im a lying asshole fraud - you've got me. i suppose if i were to have added some world of warcraft achievements in there, it would've appeared more credible in your eyes.
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