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By Anonymous / Saturday 7 November 2009 08:04 / United States
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By  hoschiadedodi  |  0

I'd never leave a good job just to return to family. A good job is the basis for a happy, thus healthy, life. I'm not a workaholic. So YDI. Unless there's a family member that couldn't move and needs you to care for.

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  raNDMGUy  |  5

some people get confused with the it's and its, if an apostrophe can be used as possession then it's a fair mistake to make, and it's the fucking internet, doesn't mean he deserves it

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  americayay  |  0

That and OP freaking CHOSE this job over his/her terrific and fabulous job. Maybe they could've waited for a different opportunity. Either way, OP, you made the decision all on your own, so shut the fuck up.

By  hoschiadedodi  |  0

I'd never leave a good job just to return to family. A good job is the basis for a happy, thus healthy, life. I'm not a workaholic. So YDI. Unless there's a family member that couldn't move and needs you to care for.

By  unFmyLife  |  0

I'm not going to say you deserve it ... but it is your fault. It was your decision. My family (I.E my parents and sisters) live VERY far from me. Like on a different continent far. I think of going back to them all the time. Life would be soooo much easier, but I don't because if I did I would have to get a job about as crappy as the one that you just got thus wasting my education and opportunities. I see your point it is tough without your family, but sometimes you just gotta stick it out.

By  pawpaw_fml  |  0

And in Missouri, way to go. Man (or woman) up, take a deep breath and take the plunge into those turkeys. At least you have a halfway decent college football team in Mizzou to watch.

By  blastvortex  |  3

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