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12-13-2012, 07:28 PM
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Deferred by New Hampshire and Vermont, and rejected by Northeastern. Argh.
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Deferred by New Hampshire and Vermont, and rejected by Northeastern. Argh.
btw did u apply to any SUNY's?

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12-13-2012, 07:36 PM
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btw did u apply to any SUNY's?
Nope. Not one school in New York.

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Nope. Not one school in New York.
really? damn the majority of mine are in NY lol. think the only two outside of NY are UMass and Scranton

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Question. Cresty you may know the answer.

If I get layers cut into my hair, will that delay the progress of my hair's growth? If I see it possible to get layers cut after about another inch to inch and a half of hair, will my hair still grow into those layers in the following months?

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12-13-2012, 09:26 PM
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Question. Cresty you may know the answer.

If I get layers cut into my hair, will that delay the progress of my hair's growth? If I see it possible to get layers cut after about another inch to inch and a half of hair, will my hair still grow into those layers in the following months?
Let me answer your question with my dinner.

I could roast the entire piece of pork whole and keep all the juices intact and get a nice sear on the outside or I can portion them into medallions. For this cut of meat, it'll be better to not slice it before cooking it BUT it is easier to medallion it.

So in more understand terms, it won't delay your hair growth per se.
What I once did was let me hair grow for ages and then go to a great haircut place that charges like $80 and had it done once and for all into the right style.
It was annoying as hell to keep it so long and thick though (that's what she said).

Alternatively, you could layer it now as you go along and the end result is practically the same. My hair style before was disproportionate so that's why I had to let some areas catch up but if your hair style is fairly even then layering as you go along shouldn't matter too much.

Consult with a specialist at your local beauty salon or someone else on this board to get a 2nd and 3rd opinion.

Long answer short, it won't affect it much.

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12-13-2012, 09:27 PM
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Let me answer your question with my dinner.

I could roast the entire piece of pork whole and keep all the juices intact and get a nice sear on the outside or I can portion them into medallions. For this cut of meat, it'll be better to not slice it before cooking it BUT it is easier to medallion it.

So in more understand terms, it won't delay your hair growth per se.
What I once did was let me hair grow for ages and then go to a great haircut place that charges like $80 and had it done once and for all into the right style.
It was annoying as hell to keep it so long and thick though (that's what she said).

Alternatively, you could layer it now as you go along and the end result is practically the same. My hair style before was disproportionate so that's why I had to let some areas catch up but if your hair style is fairly even then layering as you go along shouldn't matter too much.

Consult with a specialist at your local beauty salon or someone else on this board to get a 2nd and 3rd opinion.

Long answer short, it won't affect it much.
Thanks for the great answer. Guess I'll have to see where I'm at in another month or two and decide.

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12-13-2012, 09:56 PM
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Super NSFW language, so I won't embed.

Dude covers Lil Jon's "get low" in a coffee shop acoustic set

https://www.youtube.com/watch?featur...=E1p0sA8bgGA#!

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Super NSFW language, so I won't embed.

Dude covers Lil Jon's "get low" in a coffee shop acoustic set

https://www.youtube.com/watch?featur...=E1p0sA8bgGA#!


That's fantastic.

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12-13-2012, 10:03 PM
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Super NSFW language, so I won't embed.

Dude covers Lil Jon's "get low" in a coffee shop acoustic set

https://www.youtube.com/watch?featur...=E1p0sA8bgGA#!
Brilliant. I just laughed my ass off

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One more exam and im FREEEEEE
3 more for me currently studying for my 2 tomorrow. im not even stressed i just want them to be over

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3 more for me currently studying for my 2 tomorrow. im not even stressed i just want them to be over
I got one satruday at 8:00 to 11:00.

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I got one satruday at 8:00 to 11:00.
yeah my finals week goes from tuesday to saturday and my last one is saturday. i just want to slap the people who are done already.

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yeah im throwin in the towel on studying for these 2 exams. i know enough i think. either way i just want to go home so i can play dishonored on my new tv and relax.

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I'll just point out that people who buy, and resell tickets for a charity concept are the scum of the earth.
Forgot to post this last night

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On Thursday, Senator Charles E. Schumer sent a letter to StubHub and three other major online ticket exchanges, urging them to not allow sellers to profit from the demand for the concert.

“Every dollar spent for these concert tickets should go to help the victims of Superstorm Sandy, not to line the pockets of unscrupulous scalpers,” Mr. Schumer said in a statement. He urged the Web sites to refuse to list the tickets unless they were sold at face value or the seller promised to give the proceeds to charity.

A spokesman for StubHub, Glenn Lehrman, said it did not have the technology to require sellers to give their profits to charity. He said StubHub had decided the best policy was to give its fees to the cause, rather than reject the tickets altogether.

Tickets for the concert sold out on Ticketmaster within minutes of going on sale on Monday at noon. (Chase Bank customers were allowed to buy tickets at 9 a.m.) That same day StubHub was flooded with tickets to the show at inflated prices. The face value of the 13,500 tickets sold on Ticketmaster ranged from $150 to $2,500, but they have been listed on StubHub for much more.

On Thursday afternoon tickets for the floor in front of the stage were listed for as much as $48,000 while those in the upper level were going for $525 to $3,000.

Mr. Lehrman said StubHub had decided even before the tickets went on sale that it would donate its fees on these sales to the Robin Hood Foundation, which is distributing the money raised by the concert. He said his company had rejected the idea of barring sales because the tickets would have been resold through Craigslist or other sites in any case.

“This is going to take place regardless of whether we enable it or somebody else does, and at least by us enabling it, we can give a good portion to charity,” Mr. Lehrman said.

By Friday afternoon, StubHub, which gets a commission of about 25 percent of the selling price on tickets, had given more than $500,000 to the charity, he said

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Question. Cresty you may know the answer.

If I get layers cut into my hair, will that delay the progress of my hair's growth? If I see it possible to get layers cut after about another inch to inch and a half of hair, will my hair still grow into those layers in the following months?
Growing the flow? Respect. It's a pain but it's worth it in the end.

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Growing the flow? Respect. It's a pain but it's worth it in the end.
Yup. Exactly, just gotta fight through it.

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