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Old 03-10-2008, 11:41 AM   #21
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my girl does this too and its wierd to me but hey everyone is different. so if it helps more power to yall, ill be sawing logs.
I cant wait to finish school so i can kick this habit.
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Old 03-10-2008, 11:45 AM   #22
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I just hope i get a real classroom and not an online course
Oh yeah its a real setting how else would you learn how to pose Posing is an art and makes up 50% of the Busa Busa how to Busa 101 Class
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Learning is a life long process it does not stop cause you have a degree
but nightly cram sessions do
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I hate cramming for tests, but it never fails. i getting mine done right after the gym. Borders in galleria...see ya there.
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but nightly cram sessions do
Thats no what she told me last night she said gimme some.... oh yeah gimme more .... all night .... Cram it in!!!!! .... feels good!

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I study at night while everyone is watching tv....It actually helps me to hear the background noise in some cases. But I tend to stay up all night too; then catch a cat nap before class.
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Late night, long ago when I had to study. The last short course I took, I had to get work done at night as it was the only time the house was quiet.

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after I finish up here I am going to UHDT for my Insturmentation Engineeing and Design Degree or Process Controls Engineering....

but I am having a hard time deciding on which engineering program I really want to get into
I've been a Process Controls Engineer for the past 12 years. I like the field, as you get to deal with both controls and instrumentation.
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