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#37 - Danish dude speaking here There is flaws with both of the …  [+] (2 replies) 10/03/2013 on Denmark at its finest +3
#170 - kingpongthedon (10/04/2013) [-]
As an American who grew up below the poverty line and is now attending a great school, there is a ton of help available. Admittedly, I am attending an in-state public school, so tuition isn't that high to begin with, but after grants and scholarships, I have tuition covered and a good bit extra to help cover living expenses. I end up taking out a few thousand in loans every year to make ends meet, but it's definitely not an unbearable load.

There's a ton of conditions required to make sure everything works (everything from maintaining GPA to working just enough so I can pay bills but not so much I disqualify myself from any grants). Plus, I don't have the financial safety net of my parents like most people in school. If any one thing falls through, I'm out in no time and I've had a number of frighteningly close calls.

It's a lot more work for a lower-income student to get in (and stay in) college than their well-off counterparts. But after weighing it against my other options (flipping burgers or dealing), it's a no-brainer. That being said, I will admit I have made absolutely sure I have a good restaurant job and the option to deal (not proud of it, but it's a viable option, if necessary) waiting for me back home should things go south (like I said, there's been more than a few close calls). It is far from an ideal situation, and it is ludicrously stressful at times, but it is completely possible if you are willing to put in the work.
#113 - trollolololgabe (10/04/2013) [-]
actually not true. Many very poor people can go to very very good colleges here due to the fact that Universities LOVE diversity. If you get decent to good grades in a ghetto (and I'm not saying this is an easy feat) it is a very possible idea that you go to college on a very big scholarship.
#5 - I feel ya. I live in Denmark. Everything is more expensive her…  [+] (1 reply) 09/14/2013 on freddytor's profile 0
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#6 - rubyasshole (09/14/2013) [-]
To the riots!
#3 - I decided i made my joke too long, and would destroy it with m…  [+] (3 replies) 09/14/2013 on freddytor's profile 0
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#4 - rubyasshole (09/14/2013) [-]
oh I see. But everything is expensive here due to abusive taxes from government. For example: A car that costs 20,000.00 will cost up to 80,000.00 here. It isn't being showed by international news. But people here are blowing the shit up in riots against many of these "humanity rapes"
#5 - freddytor (09/14/2013) [-]
I feel ya. I live in Denmark. Everything is more expensive here in scandinavia + the 50% tax on income
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#6 - rubyasshole (09/14/2013) [-]
To the riots!
#41 - Its for the greater good. Brazillians makes games a living hell.  [+] (3 replies) 09/14/2013 on Apple +1
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#42 - rubyasshole (09/14/2013) [-]
HUEHUE Almost all of them, it deppends. Just imagine how painful is to play in national servers here. That's the biggest reason I just play international servers, I fucking hate brazillian gamers
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#43 - fpsnoob (09/14/2013) [-]
I've always hated encountering br players, until I started playing Tera. This was the first MMO where I've actually had a good experience with them. I mean they still zerg everything, but once you befriend them, their zerg will pop out of nowhere to save your ass in owpvp.
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#49 - rubyasshole (09/14/2013) [-]
The problem with br gamers is that the only ones who has time to play are under the age of 13, their families give them everything they want, it includes gaming consoles and pcs. So most of time it's easier to find them playing, this kind is annoying. The good ones just play after work, near midnight or even after, that's the best time to play.
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#23 - Am i the only one who plays HoN instead of lol?  [+] (5 replies) 09/10/2012 on You know.. -1
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#43 - electriccaveman (09/10/2012) [-]
Tried HoN, pretty good but my god THE COMMUNITY WAS TERRIBAD D:
#53 - freddytor (09/11/2012) [-]
Yeah i've tried dota, lol and HoN and liked hon the most. But in nearly every game you have to accept the trolls, the bads and the flamers/ragers. Most cases all three kinds of ppl is combined
#37 - winterguy (09/10/2012) [-]
I play dota 2 beta.. Never played LoL or HoN ;)
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#34 - kingnipple (09/10/2012) [-]
Nope. I play HoN about 85% of the time I play and LoL the rest. I like HoN a lot better but LoL is still good. It's cool for a nice change of scenery. Thumb for HoN though!
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#25 - stevenrm (09/10/2012) [-]
i was like you but all my other friends played lol so i joined in
#48 - Is onepiece good? I've seen all FMA + brotherhood, death note …  [+] (1 reply) 09/05/2012 on One Piece in 6 Minutes 0
#50 - anon (09/05/2012) [-]
Let me put it this way:

They made an entire anime, full story from beginning to the end. Several episodes and seasons all that.

The fans wanted more.

So despite having ended it, they revived it and continued it, despite already having concluded it once. And it is still ongoing.
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