Originally Posted by deathrattle
As you must be aware, I do not habitually take your bait, but this thread is a little different.
Your comments above display a level of ignorance that I can guarantee you will regret if you carry this attitude into your adulthood.
I am just about old enough to give you some of the fatherly advice in which you demonstrate to be so desperately lacking.
In whichever field you concentrate your career, your bigotry and narrowmindedness will betray you and hinder your progress. However skillful you become at turning a dollar, unless you are exceptionally lucky, you will find yourself competing with people who exhibit worldliness, poise and a broad understanding of how the world came to be the way it is. Against this type of person, no matter how good your specific qualifications, you will appear foolish.
Whenever you call-out someone to be an idiot, you had better be sure you can 'cash the cheques written by your mouth' In Naomilla's case, you picked the wrong person mate.
So my message to you is this. Have as much fun as you like in internet fora, but don't make the mistake of believing the personality traits you exhibit here will do you any favours in the world of commerce and industry.
Thanks DR, you give me way too much credit.
Kamil, there are some things money can't buy, as the Mastercard ad states.
I however, beg to differ: There are MANY
things money can't buy.
While I believe a fair amount of your posts emanate from your invented internet persona, it is also true that the said persona is based upon your true character. DR's message to you above is one of the many things that money will not bring you.
It is not everyday you get useful advise, and much less if it is something truly of value (note: value cannot be measured by money alone). Ignore as you please, but some of the great financiers, particularly those who are revered and respected are the ones who managed to cultivate broader views outside of their chosen field. Those who did not may have generated more riches, but most they managed to leave behind was a bad portrait hanging in the boardroom.
You complain in the other thread that you get no straight answers but verbal abuse. It is only fair since you show no respect for others - it all comes back to you. If you want to be taken seriously and be treated with respect, then quid pro quo.