Not to brag, but I'm doing it. I freaking love my job and would love to produce and engineer other people's music for the rest of my life. I just hope I get the chance to produce one or two relative "hits" in my life... just enough to retire and live exactly like I live right now. Not too much, not too little.
I'll take a retirement beach house with woods and a nice stream nearby, though, please.
I would love to rescue animals. Exotic or domestic. Also, I'd love to save someone's life. Something to give meaning to my own existence ya know? Or to just profoundly make someone's life better in some way.
hayes - what if you were to save the life of someone who's life had no meaning, as you say? could that be considered meaningful? i mean, what if you save someone's life that felt their life had no meaning?
more on topic, it's funny how technology can affect your dreams. ten years ago I would have answered "run a music store", but now they're all closing down. photographer for National Geographic (read as Playboy) would be just fine though.
if i saved the life of someone who didn't value it before, then perhaps that simple act would give them hope. People may feel lost and worthless but in the moments before death they will realize that there is always a chance for more.
Lmao, I am not talking about iPhones here my friend. iPhones are kind of easy to rob from any one. But I am talking about MacBooks! I have a MacBook Pro and I have had an old MacBook before it. I just love Macintosh. Except the fact that there's that game I LOVE which can not be run on Macintosh. It's an online game called Soldier front which is hosted by ijji, that's the only reason why I am on Windows most of the time I spend on the computer.
Then I am pretty sure you are going to go ahead and buy the standard one right? I mean the one with the lowest processor and hard disk. Which would be the best since it isn't going to be as expensive, and since you're not going to use it for anything really important.