Hentai Action Theater - Letitia Cromwell 3 08

7th Aug 2021, 12:00 AM in HAT-Letitia Cromwell Ch 3
Hentai Action Theater - Letitia Cromwell 3 08
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7th Aug 2021, 12:00 AM
"Getting into a better school" is on the list of top-five life goals of 80% of BATS students.


7th Aug 2021, 11:03 AM
I dropped out of college back in the 80's (foolish me) primarily because I didn't have any direction with my studies. What was my goal? I dunno. "You need to go to college to get a good job!" But what job? I was going into debt for no specific goal. Dropped out and went to work and been working in industry ever since.

I guess the point is, what is your goal, Letitia? Being good at sex magic is nice and all, but what are you going to do with it?
7th Aug 2021, 5:44 PM
That conversation MIGHT be coming up...
7th Aug 2021, 7:35 PM
Should have stuck with Computer Science, but I hated coding. My CS instructor talked me out of COBOL (which I wasn't really interested in anyway.) Do you know what COBOL programmers make these days? It's not that there's any new hardware being made that uses it, but that all this legacy hardware is still around that uses it and the old COBOL programmers are dying off.
8th Aug 2021, 11:16 AM
I had my first Fortran course around 1973, do the assignment on punch cards and then wait a day to see if your program ran or not
Ran out of money and interest for University in 3rd year, joined the military instead, ended up taking more courses than I would have had to have taken to finish Univ.
My cousin took COBOL and pretty much wrote her own contracts when Y2K came around, she could easily have retired after that.
8th Aug 2021, 11:21 AM
All the .new' and mocu more efficient programs still run on an underpinning of COBOL and Basic, because nobody wants to start from scratch, all they want to do is 'update' what they have. even Windoze 10 is really just a glorified DOS system, and gates said "nobody will ever need more than 640K of memory" so it's still stuck with that limit at the lowest level.
I remember enough machine language to recall what it is and I can still stumble through a Boolean string but doing anything meaningful with it has long since faded away with other dusty memories. Reverse Polish Notation and Gray code are just words now.
8th Aug 2021, 11:33 AM
Hey, my first coding experience was Fortran too -- on punch cards. This was when I was probably mid-late 70s. The computer we were allowed to play with was already not exactly cutting edge. We got to carry our stacks of cards across the room and drop them into the bin to see if our code would run.