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Options after a PhD

Posted: June 5th, 2014, 3:36 pm
by Sprinter
this is common sense. you can ask phd students phd graduates if they lived in poverty while studying for a funded phd.

Options after a PhD

Posted: June 6th, 2014, 12:22 am
by access1nash
QuoteOriginally posted by: Sprinterthis is common sense. you can ask phd students phd graduates if they lived in poverty while studying for a funded phd.Wow! You can't just stop spewing BS, can you? I got what I wanted from here (from experienced people). Your opinions means less than nothing to me and it's not welcome. You still want to have the last say, fine. Keep posting nonsense and I'll just ignore from now on.

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Posted: June 6th, 2014, 5:32 am
by Sprinter
any sane individual reading this post will know who is BSing. what kind of a guy are you. you have grown this grudge against me over this post chain. you keep on bragging offensive remarks while I am replying to you telling you the reasonable facts. you go back and read on your last posts and my replies. if you are so decided and aggressive in your approach you will have to learn develop your personality get exposure to be on this side of the game the world of financial markets and quantitative analysis.

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Posted: June 6th, 2014, 2:52 pm
by riskguru
QuoteOriginally posted by: Sprinterany sane individual reading this post will know who is BSing. what kind of a guy are you. you have grown this grudge against me over this post chain. you keep on bragging offensive remarks while I am replying to you telling you the reasonable facts. you go back and read on your last posts and my replies. if you are so decided and aggressive in your approach you will have to learn develop your personality get exposure to be on this side of the game the world of financial markets and quantitative analysis.Finally you said something people will agree with: We all do know who is BSing!!! In case you have not noticed, the people worth listening to on these forums are providing either tangible examples based on their own experiences to make a point or have built up their credibility over a long period on these forums which makes their philosophical musings worthy of attention. You, unfortunately, seem to have neither AND it does not seem to stop you from pontificating. A truly toxic combination.

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Posted: June 6th, 2014, 6:20 pm
by Sprinter
you seem quite scholarly. do you have interest in philosophy. you should write a book explaining some of your toxic combo theories. you should be a success. paperback. already excited for you.