I'm an English major that dreamed of writing the next great fantasy novel. Since that British bitch Rowling beat me to it, I realized that I enjoyed playing video games more than writing. Due to that obsessive hobby, I learned how to work with computers (extensively as I fried mine often while trying to squeeze that last bit of juice from it). Thus, I ended up in a computer job so that I could afford my gaming addiction. After a while, I wanted a bigger system, so I had to take a more respected job, a IT Project Manager. So, now that I can afford my games and movie popcorn, I still groan inwardly when people ask me what my degree was in. And then the enevitable follow up question, "Why did you get that degree?"
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