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college is really good, i love it even though i'm really busy doing it and working too. Making a short film in 2 weeks, our biggest production to date. A 4 day shoot. Looking forward to it

when are you going to change jobs?
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mojo
 
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the part-time teaching english course i'm doing is finished in may, gonna apply for jobs then. hopefully somewhere in europe or asia for september!
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dwayne
 
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How are you finding the course, dwayne? I'm thinking of doing it and heading off to Asia this time next year myself
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Pretty good course, definitely getting a lot out of it. Bit more than halfway now.

I'm doing the part-time one in the International House, it's 2-6 on Fridays and 10-2 on Saturdays, with a lot of self study. There's the 4 week full-time one as well, which sounds pretty intensive.
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I don't think I can put myself through any more extra-curricular study after I finish my current course in May. For the last 6 weeks I've pretty much been in college half 5-9/10 every weeknight plus extra work on weekends. Will probably be doing the same 'til mid-May (maybe a bit less after I hand in my thesis Friday week but back up again coming up to exams end of April). I'm actually enjoying it right now more than I have ever done in the past year and a half as I've been putting in the work before getting stressed, but can't be doing it to myself much longer.

I think I'll either do a month intensive in Dublin in January then head off, or maybe even do it over in Vietnam or somewhere around the same time. Just jump in and go for it. I don't think I'll have a problem with the workload after this course.
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Greetings from the other side of the pond. I'm braving the snowy tundra in Canada, and have heard that Electric Picnic is the place to be if I want to go and volunteer myself over to a crazy festival while over in Ireland this summer.
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Welcome misty vine

It certainly is a crazy festival
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mojo
 
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Hi, My name is Dave and I love to darave. Its been 3 years since my last darave and Im looking forward to getting back on the saddle
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you're not darave
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Imposter
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:oops:
darave
 
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i dont know what to believe anymore
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Dave da Rave - AMA!
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If you could bring a saddlebag to the picnic, what would you put in it?
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Phierstarter wrote:If you could bring a saddlebag to the picnic, what would you put in it?

That's the best password questions ever. :lol: :thumbs:
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VR Babes Boobs!
darave
 
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welcome back dave the rave
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mojo
 
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its like being back in 2007
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Zook
 
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Its more like being in a mental hospital and cured patients come back to visit now and again
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mojo
 
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HEY HEY!! Someone say, MENTAL HOSPITAL??

*studio audience cheer loudly*
I'm a businessman. I love money, I love power, I love capitalism. I do not now and never will love children.
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