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banned7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
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banned7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
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banned#1
Ceo`ing is the way forward or so I am lead to believe:?
banned#2
bykergrove
lol serious thread... so what are your plans dog cop?


I have achieved more things then I ever thought was possible when I got kicked out of school at 16 with no qualifications to speak of
#3
i plan to be in good banking/stock brokering job 2 years after i graduate the move to the states (ny or la) by im 25 settle down start a family round bout the same time, make enough money so tht im comforable for life, retire befor 35 become a basketball coach and do that till i cant anymore :thumbsup:
banned#4
dog_cop
I have achieved more things then I ever thought was possible when I got kicked out of school at 16 with no qualifications to speak of


Really?
#5
I have no idea what my school/college/uni mates are doing because I havent kept in touch.

I am doing well, own company yada yada, would like to retire at 50 to grow my own strain of cannabis in the Carribean.
#6
dog_cop
I have achieved more things then I ever thought was possible when I got kicked out of school at 16 with no qualifications to speak of


agreed,I left at 17 with none as well,worked in lots of different countries and done loads of stuff that I am really happy about and have no regrets


lost touch with all school friends was a good school so am sure they went down the university,job,kids route thing,whatever makes them happy
banned#7
boothy
agreed,I left at 17 with none as well,worked in lots of different countries and done loads of stuff that I am really happy about and have no regrets


lost touch with all school friends was a good school so am sure they went down the university,job,kids route thing,whatever makes them happy


I would imagine some of the thugs I used to go to school with have done some serious time by now :roll:
banned#8
boothy
agreed,I left at 17 with none as well,worked in lots of different countries and done loads of stuff that I am really happy about and have no regrets


I don't think I know anyone who didn't manage at least a General Studies A-Level.

Most people I went to school with are working in office jobs or are teachers. Nothing too exciting.
#9
dog_cop
I would imagine some of the thugs I used to go to school with have done some serious time by now :roll:


Didnt get that at mine,lots of posh intellectual boys and girls(not me of course) alot of them were really up their own ass,a few have committed suicide for some strange reason:?
banned#10
Anyone else?
[mod]#11
Varies.........some have great jobs, some have crap jobs and sadly a couple of them have died.
#12
Not in touch with anyone from school,so don't know.

I got nothing but about 5 GCSE's fairly poor some them,had bad situations as teenager,not the best of upbringing which probably contributed to me not doing more,not being in position to.
However at times I feel pretty good way things have happened and it could be a lot worse,I'm in a better position than I imagined myself to be at this age anyway.

For moment am fairly happy now at moment,another baby on the way,I like to live the fairly simple life and am happy for things as they are from day to day,I don't like big fuss.
#13
older and one on top of the other usually

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