Most Self-Aware Freak Ever [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 4 years ago

So much for that bank job interview tomorrow.
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Female 2,027
hmm good luck with that
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Male 273
If you need to change the way you look to feel unique/important then I feel sad for you. All I need is practical, clean clothes at a fair price and I`m happy, no need for a huge tattoo on my back or a louis vuitton jacket to make myself feel special.
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Female 87
Why let people look how they want to? Everyone should be the same & wear polo-shirts..because polo-shirts are wholesome.
Obviously plastic surgery & tattoos lead to unemployment, look at all the people on television!
OH WAIT.
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Male 55
@ Gerry -
If that were the only measure of education, I would agree with you. And while that is the measure, for many people, I don`t think it applies across the board. I think it`s better to say that education is to instill to knowledge to allow you to pursue what you want to pursue. For most people, that`s money. For [the smart, self-aware] philosophy grads, it`s often something other than money. Similar things going on with many arts and humanities majors, there are other things they want to accomplish. They will never make a lot of money, but I don`t think they`re dumb for not caring, they just have different priorities.

But you`re absolutely right, a degree is not intelligence. A philosophy degree, however, is just as likely to evince intelligence as any other degree; in fact, statistically, more likely than many.
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Male 55
I`m not claiming that a college education (in any subject) is ALL you need to do well in life. Not by any stretch. I just meant to say that, if we`re singling out philosophy grads, in comparison specifically to other grads, to call THEM stupid for their particular choice in major is silly. Because compared to grads in other majors, philosophy grads perform well on a variety of measures of intelligence and critical thinking.

Does education = intelligence? Of course not. And I strongly agree about grads who get into the working world and have no clue how to work--grads from all disciplines. That`s a sheltered-kids problem, though, not specifically a philosophy problem.
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Male 14,330
Philosophy majors future work....
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Male 3,894
@Tsuryou- You`re right, Philosophy majors DO think rather highly of themselves.
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Male 1,950
I`ll bet it hurts his feelings if you walk by him and don`t gawk. Attention whore - self expression my ass.
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Male 380
Who wants to work in a bank anyway....
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Male 13,624
Tsuroyu

We have had plenty of uni sorts in my plant
very few survive because of the lack of knowing
what a real 8 hours toil is.
not even starting with the 12 hour 5 day a weeker
Ive had guys and gals coming in with god knows how many degrees, wanting to further the history of engineering, only to find these big ass Mori CNC`s waiting for them. They have the theory
but when crap happens, like a thread miller welding in the billet, and you have 30 minutes or so to get it rolling again, they are lost. And usually dont come back, Im nay against uni life,
but you need to have the experience of REAL dirty hands reality. Thinking on your toes and ergo such things.
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Male 37,888

@ Tsuroyu - I would take you to task on your words "educated and intelligent". If the purpose of education is to instill the knowledge of how to fend for oneself, then it`s a failure. Not many philosophy jobs pay well these day. As for "intelligent" who`s smarter? The one with the sheep skin or the one who can actually bring home the bacon?

Do not confuse a degree with intelligence. I`ve interviewed many illeterate college graduates.
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Male 55
I love how people are like, "Ha, BA in philosophy, what an idiot," as if people with a degree in philosophy aren`t highly educated and intelligent, and graduate with much better average critical thinking abilities than their colleagues in most other subjects. As if they don`t average #1 for GRE scores, #1 for LSAT scores, and #4 for GMAT scores.

And don`t give me that line about, "If they`re so smart, why`d they pick a worthless major?" News flash: phil majors are well aware of the job prospects in their field, and not all life decisions are based on maximizing income.
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Male 37,888

What`s his name... someting Sleestack isn`t it?


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Male 485
BA in philosophy... HAHAHA
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Male 1,793
bank job fast food, they both have drive-through..
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Male 191
yeah, this is Erik Sprague, awesome guy all around. hes been doing this for YEARS, so this really isnt new and shocking....oh, and he has a BA in philosophy and was a PHD candidate before he chose to live the freak show life. so, yeah, self aware....

seems fancy has a case of the mondays.
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Male 757
Didn`t tattoo the nipples what a chicken.
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Female 6,381
"Then, one day in 2015, he awoke up with a strangely clear mind and looked at the mirror with horror and incomprehension..."
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Male 291
This guy actually makes money as a freak in a freak show.
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Male 2,675
Good luck with that minimum wage for life job.
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Male 37,888

If you turn it upside down the nipples and "freak" make a frownie face.
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Female 4,447
Isn`t that The Enigma? Oh, wait, no, The Enigma is covered in puzzle pieces.
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Male 19,838
Link: Most Self-Aware Freak Ever [Pic] [Rate Link] - So much for that bank job interview tomorrow.
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