Dying of various chronic illnesses
What about you, Zephyr?
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I'm building planes and getting FAT
Both excellent things to do IMO.
You're not wrong, but I'd rather get FIT
Mister Angry Rules Guy
1st February 2010
I am saving up every bit of money I can, so I can move to Maryland. If all goes to plan, I will leave by this summer.
The real challenge will be selling off most of my possessions. I plan to only take the bare minimum. I will only take one car. As both a guitarist and a bassist, I will only take one of each instrument. Then, I plan to only take a bedroom, and an office, and that is it. That said, lightening the load does have a few other upsides.
1: Selling everything will put a significant dent in the expense of moving.
2: A small load means easier logistics for everyone involved. I could probably move everything in one trip, in one box van. That will save me time, and save me money.
Knight of MarsBeater of Ass
3rd June 2006
I have little Ki's now, as some of you know.
Single father of two. Shit is demanding.
After all this, I went on to work for EA on a few titles. Got tired of getting layed off a year after launch, went into the pizza business. Just moved my kids and I out to Colorado, and run a pizza place in a resort town.
That's really about it.... for now. I work and play with my kiddos. Sort of restarting stuff midway into the game.
Last edited by Ki Adi Mundi 2 weeks ago
Still working in the ancient history department at my university, although my contract ends this summer (for quite some time, German university positions have almost exclusively been time-limited for one to three years and have to be re-applied for constantly; if you're ever wondering why you don't know many top-level German universities, there you go, they scare people away) and I've decided not to try and stay on longer and instead go for becoming a school teacher of history, English and political sciences. Which was what I originally went to university for.
If it doesn't work out (waiting times for the final training / testing phase are horrible in my federal state), I'll either go for something in the private sector or apply for training as federal archivist (the latter is set up in a way that they only train as many people as they need, meaning that you're guaranteed a life-long job if you're accepted for training).