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The worst rejection in my case is being qualified for the jobs I get offers for, but not being able to work full time 'cuz college'

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    ++ for Stallman
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    @d3vnu11 my uni doesn't work that way, you may take as few credits as you like but schedules for classes may differ.

    For example, let's say you take 4 classes 8 credits each but you get class A from 7-9am, class B 11-1pm and C, D from 2-6pm every day. And each semester is different. I can't full time that 😞.
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    @d3vnu11 22? What the fuck dude. That's insane that your university even allows that.
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    @d3vnu11 doesn't sound that bad, I'd go for a job like that.
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    @d3vnu11 I'm doing 64 credits this semester, apparently it's allowed.
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    GNU/Stallman
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    @d3vnu11 ++ for PLC guy
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    @Linux GNU/Stallman/Torvalds
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    @Diactoros
    Torvalds is not GNU thou.
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    @Linux Fair. I had nothing witty to say. I just chuckled at your comment because Stallman is so ornery about the “GNU/Linux” thing.

    Every time I see someone freak out and explain the whole thing, or even reference it, I can’t stop smirking. It’s one of those “literally .001% of the population of humans cares at all” topics and those who care REALLY REALLY care.
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    @Diactoros
    And thats the problem - No one cares. They dont understand the difference between GNU and Linux.
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    @Lahsen2016 in my country at my campus some subjects count as double credit, some less than the standard, it's pretty messy. Plus you don't have an hour at home, it's two hours straight at campus per class plus whatever crap your teacher says you'll do at your spare time. A side from the classes you need to do what we call service which is free work for x company and we need to do 3 thesis in order to graduate (they only call them "projects") plus. In order to shorten my stay here I'm taking accreditation exams which validate subjects and topics that I already know, so by the end of the semester that will amount to a +64 credit increase for me, which is twice the mean for students here. It's messy and crappy but there's nothing I can do.
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    @Lahsen2016 regarding your last question I do sleep (not as often and as much as I'd prefer) and exercise.
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