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    Quote Originally Posted by Hommie
    Haha, that's the way we do it here, no choice. Got some people work as:

    security guard(Venom69 aka nightshift) at night,
    some as Mamasan(Promama),
    some laupanliang(yourself lah!),
    fence climbing guest(obviousdude),
    rich TPY member (JoHO),
    Alarm clock (zhapchit aka morningshift),
    Afbug (here to watch our soccer channel),
    Pinhead aka nailface(Hommie)

    All those not in here can fill in yourself
    yah,

    but it's just so weird to see a totally delayed reply to a message not even intended for the person....


    it's fine to comment...


    but sometimes, it seems a bit funny to "interupt" albeit a bit late, a conversation....

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    Quote Originally Posted by obviousdude
    you are from different worlds, we're sooooooooooo far apart...

    some TPY, some West, some Central..

    all light years apart, can't meet up for prata one.

    maybe ramly burger will be good.
    tonight prata???

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibitemynails
    tonight prata???
    me had a humongous dinner at a party my company hosted. too full to move now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by obviousdude
    me had a humongous dinner at a party my company hosted. too full to move now.
    Haha, good! No climbing intruder liao!!!! Yeah!!

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    yawnnnn

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    Quote Originally Posted by jOhO
    yawnnnn
    Don't have PSing to do??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hommie
    Don't have PSing to do??
    i have TONNES of psing to do..

    tonite feeling particularly sian. i REALLY should quit my ft job. even if i dun go into photog fulltime after quitting, i can always look for another ft job.

    i'm losing my soul getting raped daily....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jOhO
    i have TONNES of psing to do..

    tonite feeling particularly sian. i REALLY should quit my ft job. even if i dun go into photog fulltime after quitting, i can always look for another ft job.

    i'm losing my soul getting raped daily....
    I think you should try full time. Me started on part-time videography wedding when I was having a full time job too. And man, was it tough! If you have done video editing before or know remotely how editing video goes, you would know that its 10 times the PSing you do now. But it is tough when you have to juggle with a FT job and after work slogging on the computer on extra cash.

    When it meant doing a thing which you enjoy on a weekend and a bit of extra cash, slowly wears you down(too much work) and you will feel the interest in Photography waning....... Suddenly it become a meaningless exercise instead of the hobby you like.

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    But beware of going FT as me as you are likely to going into difference set of problems. Like making ends meet on the hobby you like and unsteady/unpredictable stream of income......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hommie
    I think you should try full time. Me started on part-time videography wedding when I was having a full time job too. And man, was it tough! If you have done video editing before or know remotely how editing video goes, you would know that its 10 times the PSing you do now. But it is tough when you have to juggle with a FT job and after work slogging on the computer on extra cash.

    When it meant doing a thing which you enjoy on a weekend and a bit of extra cash, slowly wears you down(too much work) and you will feel the interest in Photography waning....... Suddenly it become a meaningless exercise instead of the hobby you like.
    you're absolutely right, but unfortunately giving up a ft job means u also give up an amt of income, and to most, the ft job is the MAIN and STABLE source of income.

    anyway.. i'm sure u've been thru this debate.

    i think it boils down to: confidence and risk-taking.

    care to add more "KPI's"?

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    No CPF, no medisave etc.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jOhO
    you're absolutely right, but unfortunately giving up a ft job means u also give up an amt of income, and to most, the ft job is the MAIN and STABLE source of income.

    anyway.. i'm sure u've been thru this debate.

    i think it boils down to: confidence and risk-taking.

    care to add more "KPI's"?
    Let me be more clear on this. If it is plain risk aka unknown plunge you taking, forget it. If it is base on calculated risk, then I am all for it!

    It boils down to the contacts/exposure you have. Is it enough for you to survive long term?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hommie
    Let me be more clear on this. If it is plain risk aka unknown plunge you taking, forget it. If it is base on calculated risk, then I am all for it!

    It boils down to the contacts/exposure you have. Is it enough for you to survive long term?
    why do u think i'm still not ft?

    the best guage is the last 12 months. and using that, neh, not time yet.

    i'm waiting for the end of the year b4 i do a reassessment. but.. i'm slowly dying.. i dunno if i can endure till end of the year.

    it's not exactly too busy. i'm mentally "unstable" from my ft job, let's not even talk about the TIME i spend at work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jOhO
    i'm mentally "unstable" from my ft job
    Gulp.......er.....g-goodn- nite....!

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    Hahaha.....*laughing nervously*

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    *Since yesterday's missing date from JohO's Nailbiter, he has been unstable since......!*

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    *He slowly walks back to his kitchen and continued sharpening his parangtoh......*

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    where is obvious dude?

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    all went for prata?

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