I’m actually stoked about the Yahoo purchase.
I highly doubt they’ll change much initially, and I’m hoping they bring in ad revenue. So what if every 20 posts on the blog roll is an add. I’d rather see an ad than not see Tumblr at all. Also, I’m hoping we can start having ads on our actual blog pages if we so choose. I get you can already, but they’ll delete your blog if they find out. This opens up a whole new realm of possibilities for the site.
Please Don’t Complain About Student Loan Debt If…
1. You chose to go to a private college/university. You made the choice to go somewhere that is going to be more expensive than most any in state colleges/universities. That’s on you.
2. You chose to go to a school that is out of your home state. You made the choice to go somewhere that is going to be more expensive than most any in-state colleges/universities. That’s on you.
If you have a ton of debt, and went to an in-state public school then you can complain. That was the most economical choice you could make. It also gave you an education that was probably just as balanced, and enriching. It unfortunately cost you a bunch of cash because colleges are all about making money.
Also, never try and say profs need to make more money. Any job where you can make $50K(low end of assistant Profs) to $150+K(Full profs at some state, but mostly private schools with a balanced budget) you are doing just fine. You’re in the top ten percent, and if you are lucky enough to be married to someone with an education you are probably in the top 2%-7%.
Welp, it’s Over.
Over the last two years or so I’ve been in a long distance on-again off-again relationship. It started as a college relationship that was great for two years, and began to fall apart when I had to move back home. We’ve both had our low points, and failures in life. We both caused problems for each other. I was really wanting to rebuild it, but that’s not up to just me.
When I didn’t have a job I needed to have a job. When I didn’t earn a ton I need to earn more. When I earned more I needed to move somewhere else. From my viewpoint I was fine with living at my means as I’m waiting to go back school, but that wasn’t acceptable for her at this point.
I’ll just have to see where life takes me. Maybe back with her if she realizes that happiness is about the people more than anything. Maybe with someone else. Maybe alone. Who knows.
Google has banned WhiteWhine from advertising because some prudish asshole got offended and reported the site as inappropriate. I can’t say this enough: If you’re offended by anything on here, you’re free to email me or, better yet, just don’t come back to the site ever again. But don’t go after the few dollars this site makes because you’ve declared yourself an Internet vigilante, determined to cleanse this vile city of all the evil that you, alone, have decided needs to go.
And just in case my anonymous tormentor is reading this: the few dollars - literally, it makes a few dollars - this site makes is paid almost entirely to a friend of mine who helps with the social media. So you haven’t hurt my wallet, just hers.
White Whine whines about some other douche whining to Google because of the laughter towards white whines, or possibly his own white whine being put on White Whine for whining about something only a white person would whine about.
Might be a run-on sentence, idgaf. Sucks for them as a company, but if your whole company is based off of selling laughs from other peoples dumb moments you’ve got to be prepared for some retaliation.
So the military no longer has TA.
Just in case anyone out there that is a civilian was wondering…
When you are in the military they will help pay/fully pay for your education while serving. TA is Tuition Assistance.
While it will cause issues for some service member there are still programs that aren’t having cutbacks. The following options are still ways to receive funding for your education while serving the military.
Montgomery GI Bill-Active Duty, (Chapter 30), Montgomery GI Bill-Selected Reserve (Chapter 1606), Reserve Education Assistance Program (Chapter 1607), the Post 9/11 GI Bill, federal grants and federal financial aid. National Guard Airmen may also be eligible for their state’s individual TA benefits.