The life of a lonely man
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30-05-2017, 03:43 PM
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05-06-2017, 10:19 PM
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It does seem I have the support of Peebothuhul who refuse to write in English Laugh out load
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06-06-2017, 02:14 AM
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07-06-2017, 03:22 PM
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(12-08-2013 04:31 PM)viocjit Wrote:  Who I'm ? My name is Anthony I'm 19 years old and I'm from France and I live in the main region of this country (Isle of France or Île-De-France in French language).
I live in a fucking (excuse me for the word) neighbourhood where there are nothing to do and nothing to make.
Except speak with friends but I lose the contact with the majority of them because we didn't studied the same things. The majority of them studied in a "Lycée Général" (College). I studied in a "Lycée Professionnelle" (Vocation school). For this reason I lose contact with them like I had a busy schedule. People that I met in my vocation school live very far of my city.
Each holidays this is the same thing.
I leave my home only when I must :
1.Empty rubbishes.
2.Buy something at the grocery store.
3.Buy something at the pharmacy.
4.Buy bred at the baker.

Also I leave my home when I can see my grandparents.
I missed my "Bac Pro" (BTEC National Diploma). I will try to obtain a job in September. But if I can't find a job ? that means few social interactions again and again.

Damn, dude. That sucks. Are there any clubs that you could join where you could meet people?

I kind of get how you feel, though for me it's more that I can't relate to the people I know. Keep on trucking. The more you get out and meet people, the higher the chances are that you'll make friends. I know that sounds simplistic and basic, but it's true.

Do not fear death; fear an empty legacy. --An alcoholic I met in a bar one time
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16-06-2017, 10:37 PM
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(07-06-2017 03:22 PM)Dozerman Wrote:  Part snipped by viocjit.


Damn, dude. That sucks. Are there any clubs that you could join where you could meet people?

I kind of get how you feel, though for me it's more that I can't relate to the people I know. Keep on trucking. The more you get out and meet people, the higher the chances are that you'll make friends. I know that sounds simplistic and basic, but it's true.

I have goals and I will do all the necessary to achieve these.
Read my previous posts on this topic.
I'm in a zone in which trust people can bring you problems.
For example : I avoid people who refuse to do things to get out of theirs situations like get a diploma to avoid being in unemployment.
If you frequent this kind of people you risk to be like them.
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16-06-2017, 10:41 PM
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Hey there! Still mystery shopping?

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Swing with me forever, we can count up every flower, we can weather every storm.
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16-06-2017, 10:44 PM
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(16-06-2017 10:41 PM)Losty Wrote:  Hey there! Still mystery shopping?

I didn't practice since many month but I'm still waiting for a mission.


For those who want to know my dreams.
Read this topic : http://www.thethinkingatheist.com/forum/...urs-dreams
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11-07-2017, 09:08 AM
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NEW : I'm still doing training to get "Épreuve Théorique général du permis de conduire" or "General Theoretical Test Driving Licence" that is something certifying you know code de la route (Litt : Code of the road , Understandable English : Traffic code) in order to get a driving license to drive cars.

I feel I'm nearly ready. I'm longer than many people for this step but I can't practise everyday.

I'm still doing training to get a DNB (diplôme national du brevet / diploma of national certificate) as a candidat libre (Litt : Free candidate , Understandable English : external candidate or independent candidate).

The list below contain diplomas equivalent or similar to DNB in the main English speaking countries.
Australia : Not found
Canada : Not found
Republic of Ireland : Junior Certificate (Irish : Teastas Sóisearach)
New Zealand : Not found
UK : GCSE under C grade (general certificate of secondary education)
USA : High School Certificate or HSC

I think that most complicated disciplines will be mathematics , physics and chemistry and SVT "Sciences de la vie et de la Terre" or literally Life Sciences and Earth Sciences in English.
It does correspond to biology courses in English speaking countries.

The easier disciplines to pass will be Civic Education , History and Geography and English.

I think others discipline will be a bit difficult to pass.
But I think I'll easily get 10/20 or more (In the French education system 10/20 does means you answered rightly to half of question).

Usually , we pass this diploma at the end of 3ème.
It is the equivalent of Year 10 or Ninth grade. (Accorded to countries)

I'm still doing training to get a baccalauréat général (general baccalaureate) as a candidat libre (Litt : Free candidate , Understandable English : external candidate or independent candidate).
Now , I know which séries (Litt : Series , Understandable English : Specialities) to choose between ES (économique & social / economic & social) , L (littéraire / literacy) and S (scientifique / scientific).
I let you guess my choice.

The list below contain diplomas equivalent or similar to baccalauréat général in the main English speaking countries.
Australia : High School Certificate (HSC)
Canada : Canadian Diploma Certificate of Education (CDCE) more known under the name of High School Diploma.
Canada (British Columbia) : British Columbia Certificate of Graduation
Canada (Ontario) : Ontario Secondary School Diploma
Canada (Quebec) : HS Diploma/Diplôme D.E.S.
Republic of Ireland : Leaving Certificate Examinations (Irish : Scrúduithe na hArdteistiméireachta)
New Zealand : National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA)
UK : A-Level
USA : High School Diploma
USA (New York State) : Regents Diploma

I think that most complicated disciplines will be mathematics , physics and chemistry and SVT "Sciences de la vie et de la Terre" or literally Life Sciences and Earth Sciences in English.
It does correspond to biology courses in English speaking countries.

The easier disciplines to pass will be Civic Education , History and Geography and English.

I think others discipline will be a bit difficult to pass.
But I think I'll easily get 10/20 or more (In the French education system 10/20 does means you answered rightly to half of question)

I'm still thinking about becoming a casino dealer.
I want to register myself to a professional training when I'll get my DNB and BAC.
I hope get my driving license before the professional training.

Why I want to be a casino dealer ?

The majority of jobs with a good pay are unreachable to me because of my low level of education (This is why I want to get my DNB and the baccalauréat général).
Also , I'd like to travel around the world and this job can be practiced nearly everywhere.
I know I won't win a lot of money even if there are tips but it can be a good personal and professional experience.

Study is long. I don't know really what to do after I get my baccalauréat général but I'm thinking about get a licence (Bachelor's degree in English speaking country. You get it generally three years after you get your French baccalaureate) then maybe a master (Masters' degree in English speaking countries. We get it two years after we get a license otherwise we get it five years after we get the French baccalaureate) and why not a doctorat (PhD in English speaking countries for the majority of doctorat equivalent. You can get it generally three years after you get your master's degree otherwise you get it generally eight years after the French baccalaureate).

I have dreams and I want to do things in order to realise these :
http://www.thethinkingatheist.com/forum/...urs-dreams
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11-07-2017, 07:27 PM
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15-08-2017, 04:04 PM
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NEWS : Soon , I'll go to a meeting in order to become a casino dealer.
If I pass the test. I'll maybe have the possibility to learn the job in a foreign country.
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