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Old 04-15-2009, 03:11 PM
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Does Release Q3 mean quater 3?.

so like jun-august time?.
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Old 04-15-2009, 06:24 PM
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Yes, you are correct on the Q3 thing iceblast.
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The best time to come out, especially as I have like 10 weeks between the end of school and the beginning of university.
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Old 04-16-2009, 04:13 PM
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i have my exams over in 20th june. then i have the time i need.

i leave school on 16th may. but ill revise a fair bit but time to smoke some ganja lol (joke.)

ill be enjoying my last few days as a 16 year old b4 i have a low life low paid job :'(

anyone have any tips how to survive the credit crunches
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Old 04-16-2009, 04:34 PM
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Woah, they look really cool. Like medieval nazis. (the helmets)
Medieval Nazis? No such thing?

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anyone have any tips how to survive the credit crunches
If you're talking about credit cards, simple, don't use them. I rarely ever use mine and when I do I always know for a fact I have the money sitting in the bank to pay it off.
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Old 04-17-2009, 03:59 AM
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If you're talking about credit cards, simple, don't use them. I rarely ever use mine and when I do I always know for a fact I have the money sitting in the bank to pay it off.
No he is talking about THE credit crunch here in Britain, where money is getting hard to come by and the depression is beginning to hit hard. Economists predicted it would happen but no-one wanted to listen as everyone was prospering so much, now everyone is paying the price... I still blame America for setting the ball rolling though lending so much money out to people who couldnt pay it back
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Old 04-17-2009, 05:43 AM
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Ice the easiest way to survive the credit crunch right now is to keep on learning, jobs are harder to come by and most people will have a lot more to offer than someone straight out of school. Go to 6th form/college and then possibly uni to give yourself some more time to prepare as the economy sorts itself out.
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Old 04-17-2009, 05:58 AM
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ye i leave home soon :O .
anyone wanna pay me big money for something lol.

i dont wana go sixth form hate school and private schools suck. even state are worse .
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Our school is fine. Only state school to get into Times 100. Woo.

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anyone have any tips how to survive the credit crunches
My tip would be to try and get a job at a company that is recession proof. Certain types of businesses that what they provide people can't go without, this would mean government, power, fuel, health and some others I probably just can't put to mind right now.

If you're going back to school don't fall for a lot of those small colleges that promote jobs in "popular" areas. These are the schools where you pay $10K for a 1-2 year course and at the end of it there are 35 of you looking for a job in a sector where there are only 20 jobs.

The other option is taking a job in a different country. Some countries are more economically stable right now and are starving for good intelligent workers. Just make sure you get into a situation where you are guaranteed employment for x period of time, most companies will gladly give a 6 mths to a year guarantee if you're loyal enough to move for them. You don't want to make the commitment to move and then you're out of a job in 3 months.

Or if you are like us here at Reverie and you want to design games... Videogame companies tend to do better in recessions because people are staying home more, and videogames as far as entertainment vs. money spent are generally in a good position. You spend $59 for a game that can give you 30+ hours of entertainment, versus $25 for a movie that will give you 2 hours? So if you have the skills to do what we do, then that's a good way to go. Though it can be hit or miss, you always have to remember entertainment is usually a gamble because taste is very relative.
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