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Without it, where would we be? I'll tell you where I'd be. I'd be where many people are right now: suffering through a job I don't want (if I didn't get laid off), with people I don't like, with hardly any time to do what I really want to do. And sleepless nights, tossing and turning and worrying about finances.
I think I've always known that working a job wouldn't be right thing for me. As a child whenever anyone asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up, I couldn't really give them an answer.
I knew they expected something like "a doctor" or "an accountant". But I wanted to be "someone with time and money to do what I want, when I want".
For me, Internet couldn't have come at a better time. Fresh out of college during hard economic times with prices for this or that going up...it's enough to make me want to go back to school just so I can delay having to deal with "real" world. :)
The Internet provides best way for average person to actually live life, not just go through it or be a slave to it. You can live life way you want to without having to worry about how you're going to pay bills next month. Or where your next paycheck is coming from....unless you're lucky enough to inherit a fortune or win lottery.
But most of us aren't that lucky, so why let what Internet can do for us go to waste? You only have a chance to live this life once.
And unlike Kirk's situation, it's an easy choice for most of us to make.
Seize this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. I know I am.
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