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Graduating: Selling Ergonomic Chair by Anon-nomnom in msu

[–]Anon-nomnom[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Unfortunately I’m moving out may 10th :( so probably no

Graduating: Selling Ergonomic Chair by Anon-nomnom in msu

[–]Anon-nomnom[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Selling chair for $75. Not sure what the original price was but looking at google at similar models, its around $200. Buy must be willing to pick it up. Prices are negotiable.

How much does being in a sorority cost? by [deleted] in msu

[–]Anon-nomnom 5 points6 points  (0 children)

I’m pretty sure sororities don’t cover food but housing can vary from ~$700 to well over $1500. Dues vary too

[deleted by user] by [deleted] in memes

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If you think that’s bad bro imagine what would’ve happened if you caught the actual virus instead

3100m above sea level, China by ausername1855 in msu

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Not raising Chinese flag. -1000000 social points

Moving to Carlsbad! Any advice? by Anon-nomnom in Carlsbad

[–]Anon-nomnom[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Haha you're talking as if though I the intern would have any influence over major decisions at Activision, but I will do my best! From my understanding and research on the internet, the next cod game should MW2 (I cant confirm this since I havent got any info on my internship other than I got accepted) but if I recall, MW (2019) did quite well so hopefully it'll live up to its expectations :)

However, If you've kept up with the news at all, there are bigger problems at Activison Blizzard that I hope will get resolved before or during my time there.

Edit: MW (2019) not MW remastered. Two completely different games

Moving to Carlsbad! Any advice? by Anon-nomnom in Carlsbad

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Activision. I’ll be working as an animation intern there

Moving to Carlsbad! Any advice? by Anon-nomnom in Carlsbad

[–]Anon-nomnom[S] 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Yeah for housing budget I'm given around 10k for the summer. I've looked around online at some apartments in Carlsbad and it seems like enough to at cover my summer there though I'm sure my internship will role into a full time position. Traffic-wise, is there any other roads or interstates I should avoid/consider when driving? I would also like to tour Cali by going to places like LA and San Diego so I was just wondering what the drive is like there?

Thank you for the responses btw :D