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Chris Knopps

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About Chris Knopps

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    Mr. Gone & Back Again

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    North Carolina

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  1. I've been focusing on what others beyond just you are saying. Your arguments are entirely "those darn whites" and "those poor minorities" as well and I can only stand that for so long so I moved onto other political things being discussed. Not be black... Right after Obama... This is definitely devolving back into anti-white territory again. Nice job on your part. very nice job. He's a manipulative man who knew how to play his cards right and he won by being ahead of the game. The reasons he won sucked, sure, but he won because he was smart enough to use weaknesses and bad natures to his advantage. He's savvy, not a great man perhaps, but definitely savvy.
  2. Yes he did, try not to come back in here with random mess like that again. Going around the country, having meetings and speeches all over the place, nearly entirely funding his campaign single handed. It took a lot of his PERSONAL time, work, and money to win. A lot of strategic work as well. So that "I HATE TRUMP ARGHRGHRGH!!!" stuff isn't going to work. You might hate him, but it took a lot on his part to win.
  3. I'd like to imagine the Super Sonic boss happening the same way, only you're warping through space during the battle, like each hit takes you to another planet you circle around while fighting or something.
  4. No it's not, whatsoever. If effort is bullshit that certainly explains all the complaining today. If you don't push hard, you don't get anything, that's reality. You have to be clear how much you want the job, any job. And there's your problem and likely why obtaining a job has avoided your grasp. Do the application online, and when it's finished and sent in, go to where you applied, talk to management, be well dressed and stand straight, eye contact and firm shakes, and your chances will vastly increase. It's up to YOU to be pro-action, not pro-sit-and-wait.
  5. Actually, now that you mention this, yes, that's another big issue of mine. it took me FOREVER to figure out how I even accessed these moves I was unlocking until I noticed the menu while browsing the file screen and it had me saying "the hell?" basically. The concept of fighting each other for the gem was awesome, I think it was the boring "arena" location. Side scrolling Super Sonic bosses are the best to me which is why I doubt Doomsday Zone will ever be topped.
  6. I think it's both, lack of budget AND rushing the game combined that's damaging Forces.
  7. I don't think delays would help Forces, the company just doesn't have the budget to give for this kind of Sonic game yet Sonic Team are pushing it anyway. You can tell it's pretty much Unleashed on a budget going by the visuals and 2D amount compared to 3D, plus the quality of the scenes/animations are pretty... Eh... Then you have all of the re-used stuff going into the game too in order to save money.
  8. We don't even get bloated Sonic games nowadays. They're all pretty bare-boned and generally short. Heck, Lost World was literally just bits and pieces of masses thrown around together to jump on with a bottomless void at every angle with only a blurry background around you. The last bloated game we had was Unleashed. And it certainly left me satisfied because it was bloated.
  9. So you did the later I'm assuming... That was your mistake then, if again, ASSUMING that I'm correct. You have to call in and, most importantly, meet the management face to face. Firm handshake, eye contact, good stance, dressed well, etc. Otherwise if you're unemployed after "trying" then I can definitely see why.
  10. Okay, you've applied... Did you call them several times? Did you go in and talk to management several times? Did you REALLY PUSH how much you wanted the job by being a frequent face/voice? Or did you apply, call/go in once or twice, and call it quits?
  11. If nothing else, start at Mc. Donalds then and work your way along to other jobs. You have experience for things it sounds like, it's a matter of you giving in to doing jobs you might not like for a while. Though again, reality.
  12. I work at K-Mart and given the condition of the company I might be one of the next poor saps on unemployment for a bit. The town where I live is booming as of late so work is a non-issue for the most part. Experience is a big factor that will help as well.
  13. So... You couldn't find work soon enough... And you turned to SSDI instead as a supplement for work...? You should have gone on unemployment benefits, not SSDI, that was a tangled web kind of mistake. I'd recommend doing triple time to get off it and back in the workforce then if your condition/health that made you qualify for SSDI allows you to do so.
  14. Working for one. If i'm not mistaken you're only allowed to do so much. They take benefits away in a snap if you work so many hours and/or earn so much.
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