I wonder if you know someone there...
Dairyland is indeed my home.
Well doh, I live here. Of course I know people living in Wisconsin! XD
BTW why would you want to join the Marines after school?
Okay, now I'm curious. Where are you getting this from?
Shall we say I know you better then you think I do ^_^ You didn't think I would dare to communicate with people I don't know, right?
Now if only I knew your adress....oh wait...nvm :P
It's rude to snoop on people like that though, especially if they don't know about it.
Not sure why you'd want to learn more about some random person on a forum anyway. I'm about as uninteresting as they come, especially according to modern culture's standards.
I was bored...so I thought let's check out some people on google ^_^ first I did myself...seems i'm a sex coach on twitter.... then I did some other peeps, and finally you....seems like you disclosed quite some information on the internet though.... becarefull with it. Best things = log in again to those old account and delete the info.
I mean...you never know what kind of creepy Chua people might look you up... >. >
LOL I'm aware of that but I don't recall ever giving sensitive info over the internet which is what's puzzling. Most of anything was as a teen though so I'm not too concerned about that. I care more about nosey snoops getting into other people's business. :P
Well forums are so open....I wouldn't consider it ''other people's business'' ^_^ But as for the genuine question you still want to join the marines? I always wonder what people see in it (not negativly) but aren't you somewhat afraid to get send out and...things happen to you? Or...?
Well military isn't for everyone. I think about what is human life good for and what is worth living for and dying for. Should I just live for myself and seek pleasure or should I strive to achieve something and sacrifice myself for something greater?
I went through a tremendous amount of emotional and intellectual growth in my teens and I was interested in the opportunity to build character and inner strength and resilience that the Marines would offer. I had already thought a lot about death previously and I decided that life ends regardless of my choices and that living life fearing the inevitable just seemed pointless to me.
Strange question mayby but what if you weren't able to join the military/marines? Did you had a second choice in education? (for me, my second choice was an education about green energie and it's application to companies etc. I forgot the entire name of the course).
If something bad happened to me, honestly I wouldn't be surprised. I thought about possibly dying in combat or being a cripple/amputee for the rest of my life and maybe PTSD (I doubt that'd happen though).
Part of it was also me proving to people that I could overcome obstacles that even my family doubted I could overcome.
The thought process behind it is long and deep so it sounds like rambling here but the risks of military life didn't deter me.
Game design. Wanted to do it since high school and that's what I'm doing now.
However, problem is, I hate school. I absolutely can't stand it. I have the brains for high intellect fields but none of the patience to get there. I barely even got my HS diploma because at some point I just couldn't go to school anymore.
For that reason I'm hesitant to pursue a high-education field. I don't want to spend a decade of my life in agony because I absolutely abhor academic work. I can't even put it into words how much I hate school.
It's unfortunate too because I want to learn a lot but the learning process is absolutely dreadful for me.