The optimal course of action is always that which enhances the range of options available to you. If civil engineering is the best (for your purposes/interests) qualification available to you, I would take it. You should also investigate, however, whether civ eng could open up further doors for you that might be even better. My uncle did engineering (although I think he did mech rather than civil) and later got a business diploma, eventually becoming a mining CEO and making fuck-you money. I'm not sure when... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1015094 Its engineering, so if you'll probably be able to find a decent job. Engineers are trained to be problem solvers, so just because your a civil engineer doesn't mean you can only build bridges and stuff. There's a large amount of opportunities for any type of engineer if they have the drive. However make sure you are interested in that field above all else if you plan to major in engineering. If you are doing it just to get a good job upon graduating, you'll be weeded out within the first couple of semesters.
If we could get rid of welfare, unemployment and food stamps, universal income could probably come out to a similar cost. Also if someone makes more than let's say 12 000 dollars there would be a cutoff of the universal income, this could work? Also everyone could feel safe and free and do stuff they really want and not lose their potential to a brain dead job.
>>1015086 The whole "Basic Income" idea could work, under certain terms. I'm against it as a whole but it could word. Namely if there's no cutoff, there's no reduction or increase, and it goes to absolutely everyone.
The main appeal is younger kids (I'm 26), as we'd block them from accessing their payments until 18. Now they can pay for college on their own and graduate with no debt, so they can spend more in their early adult lives and get houses/better cars/any consumables sooner and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Can i take an android device load up some apps open source and add my own things and then refit it into a homemade case to fit a certain purpose and then patent it as a new thing?
The reason is that the patent with my name on it will be insurance in case my friend decides to try and fuck me over. I already keep notes on how everything will work and can make up a good design for the prototype. I can draw it too.
>>1015031 You'll need 30k for the patent and you're a poorfag so stop right there. Edison was already rich, Tesla wasn't, so Edison got all the patents, wealth, and fame while Tesla was shit on until he died and then nobody cared for another century until reddit decided to exaggerate his ideas.
Hey guys. Just a quick question for y'all. I've been looking for a house on land and I keep seeing this term crop up on a lot of them:
"Property is being offered in an online marketing event."
Usually more information is offered after that, and every single one mentions that the property is occupied, no visitation is allowed, and one even mentioned it was criminal offense to trespass on the property. They also only show 1 picture of the outside, no other pictures.
I'm really confused, since these are on legit listing sites with MLS... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1015024 No, a short sale is when the owner is selling it for less than what their mortgage is worth. Usually the bank gives them a strict number they have to sell it for. An auction would not be a short sale, it'd be a foreclosure, where the owner didn't make payments, so now it's owned by the bank.
Why do menial labor jobs in the food industry pay so well compared to other labor jobs? I'm 21 and I just got a temp job at Hershey a few weeks ago and it's been easy as hell. $10/hour and goes up to $16/hour once I'm full time. People who have been there for ~10-20 years get paid $30/hour. There's literally nothing to it. Before that, I was getting paid $8.50 (25 cents above minimum wage) to do backbreaking 12 hour shifts at a lumber yard. Been there since I was 18 and never got a single raise. Once I get hired full time and make $16/hour, I can possibly... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I work for a FCM. Most profitable "day traders" are of retirement age and don't make quite enough gains to live off of. I assume they just trade for a hobby but don't quote me. The accounts that make >6 figures are literally 1 in 100,000, at least of the accounts for our brokerage.
>>1014882 It'll stall at $30 per barrel for a year or three, drop to $25, and start pushing way the fuck up to $40 for a year and keep climbing until they hit $70 where it'll start a loop of raise/drop between $50 and $70 over the course of a few years. It'll stay in that range for decades, minus the inclusion of inflation adjustments.
>>1014882 it'll probably creep back to 50, maybe 60, people will start to think it's stabilizing or even heading back to 100, then the global market jitters start up again, plummets to 25, the donks on /biz/ will be running threads on how they're going to buy it for $5/bbl then it'll head back up towards 50-60ish and actually stabilize
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