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  • Does this make me lazy or worthless?

    I've always been a slow-worker but

    that doesn't make me lazy, does it?  

    I have a hard enough tune working 

    more than 30 hours/week at Coffee-Bean.  

    I love being there, but I would

    have to really push myself to '

    work the standard 40 hours/week.  

    There's lots of other things I can do.

    I can work in a library, as a library tech.

    I also looked into working from

    home as a medical-transcription editor.  

    Bottom-line: I need to work

    in an environment that's quiet.  

    Your thoughts? 

  • Does this make me a lazy or worthless?

    I've always been a slow-worker but 

    that doesn't make me lazy, does it? 

    I have a hard enough working more 

    than 30 hours/week at Coffee-Bean. 

    I love being there, but I would 

    have to really push myself to 

    work the standard 40 hours/week. 

    There's lots of other things I can do. 

    I can work in a library, as a library tech. 

    I also looked into working from 

    home as a medical-transcription editor. 

    Bottom-line: I need to work

    in an environment that's quiet. 

    Your thoughts? 

    2 AnswersOther - Society & Culture1 week ago
  • Does anyone else support/understand my world-view?

    You can't have everything perfect until you are 

    a spiritual-genius. Einstein was nothing compared

    to our true potential. I've met people who can 

    attract money out of thin-air. Others have de-materialized

    (became invisible and teleported) right in front of my eyes. 

    It's nothing new. These are called Siddhi-Powers. 

    They're normal in some countries. Just not in America. 

    Your thoughts? 

    6 AnswersOther - Society & Culture1 week ago
  • Is clarinet busking a decent job?

    I am very talented. I'm tired of looking for a job

    that doesn't pay well. How much can I make

    playing the clarinet standing on the street-corner? 

    2 AnswersOther - Careers & Employment2 weeks ago
  • What's the best way to accomplish my dream?

    My dream is to move to Lake Tahoe, 

    or some other mountain-town. I can: 

    A) Work from home as a remote customer-support agent (about $2,100/month)

    B) Working in medical-coding (online)

    C) Sell candles online? 

    D) Work from home offer tarot-card readings? (online). 

  • Which of these has the greatest chance of success?

    A) Working as an online customer-support agent? (about $2,100/month)

    B) Remote Medical-Coding?

    C) Selling candles online?

    D) Offering tarot-card readings online? (self-employment)

    2 AnswersPolitics4 weeks ago
  • Is it selfish to want to work from home?

    I'm stuck in Los Angeles where most companies only

    pay half of what you need to live on. Wouldn't it best   

    to work from home (online) so I can get the he-- out of LA?  

    The only decent remote/online jobs I could find were

    medical-coding, tarot-card reading, customer-support.   

    Advice Please? 

    Politics4 weeks ago
  • Is it selfish to want to work from home?

    I'm stuck in Los Angeles where most companies only 

    pay half of what you need to live on. Wouldn't it best 

    to work from home (online) so I can get the he-- out of LA?

    The only decent remote/online jobs I could find were 

    medical-coding, tarot-card reading, customer-support. 

    Advice Please? 

     

    1 AnswerOther - Society & Culture4 weeks ago
  • Is living in Los Angeles, a lost cause?

    Since most companies here pay half of what you need to live on,

    wouldn't it be best to start an online business so you can leave LA?   

    Note: There are studio-apartments here filling

    up with 6 or 8 occupants. Forget owning a house. 

    6 AnswersOther - Society & Culture1 month ago
  • Wow, I just learned the Weather Channel works for Deep-State?

    Now, I've seen everything. Oh brother. When will this madness end? 

    6 AnswersPolitics1 month ago
  • How does college promote the American-dream?

    It clearly does not. 40% of students drop out anyway,

    since they can't handle it, or can't afford it. Companies 

    only take the top 20% of graduates with the highest 

    grades. So am I right to assume 80% of college-graduates 

    never reach Middle-Class? 

    3 AnswersPolitics1 month ago
  • I need your honest opinion please?

    Since I can't find my place in Corporate-America 

    very well, I'd prefer to work from home offering 

    tarot-card readings. I think I'd really love that job. 

    I can charge $40/hour which means I only need

    20 to 25 customer/week, to live comfortably. 

    Bonus: If I move to Lake Tahoe, would I need 

    a car? Or would it better to use a bike and rely 

    on the bus?

    Thank You

    2 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 month ago
  • What does Love mean to you?

    Love is the glue that holds atoms and molecules

    and together. The proton is the Father. The 

    electron is the Mother. Neutrons are the Sun (Christ). 

    Your thoughts? 

    5 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 month ago
  • Help! I want to lead a normal as possible?

    A) How do I learn life-skills such as team-work/time-management,

    how to pay bills and rent, how to negotiate a salary, how to set up 

    a retirement-account?  

    B) Ever since the crash of 2008, it's too hard for me to get out of poverty.

    Most of the jobs I can do are very low-income such as barista, florist,  

    math-tutor, library-technician. None of them pay enough to live on in LA.  

    Is it realistic to earn $3,000/month by offering tarot-card readings online?

    C) How much would a basic model Honda Accord 1992, cost to maintain?

    Advice Please

  • Is living in Los Angeles, a lost cause?

    Nothing has been normal since the crash of 2008. 

    Here, I have a list of 20 jobs I can and do. They all pay

    half of what I need to live on. Even studio-apartments

    cost $1,500/month. Has Los Angeles become overpriced

    for most residents? Should I make plans on moving?

    3 AnswersPolitics1 month ago
  • How does college promote the American-dream?

    It clearly does not. 40% of students drop out anyway, 

    since they can't handle it, or can't afford it. Companies

    only taken the top 20% of graduates with the highest

    grades. So am I right to assume 80% of college-graduates

    never reach Middle-Class? 

    8 AnswersPolitics1 month ago
  • How do you see the Ascension (End-Times) ?

    There are so many theories as to what is up on planet Earth.

    I heard friendly aliens are trying to set up a new economic-vault 

    in space that will introduce a new, safeguarded currency free of  

    illuminati-control. Many claim aliens are going to land and save us

    which I don't see as viable. 

    Others are saying climate-change is already out of hand.

    We're going to see Hurricanes that span the whole-ocean

    and kill 50 million people in USA. Over the next 200 years, 

    there will be a move to build cities underground or floating

    cities on the ocean. 

    Your thoughts? 

    5 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 month ago