Originally Posted by Ankle Breaker
Just because one does well in school doesn't mean one automatically acts like a douche. Being a non-traditional student coming into podiatry school and holding down real jobs, I know a thing or two about how to properly act, even when you might not like certain co-workers. But that's nothing I really need to prove. I'll just automatically use those skills when I need to on externships. This is where my age and real life experience will be to my advantage.
You can also ask anyone from the Scholl class of 2014 who shares the most study guides or materials and most people would say me. I also recorded all the lectures this year and posted them on a mediafire share website so students could re-listen to them prior to the exam because our school is too cheap to do it for classes we don't take with the medical students.
In addition to all of that you can ask dtrack22 how much fun I like to have and how non-douchy I am. He was there watching me break out my ultra-white/ awful dance moves, in the middle of the Scholl dance circle, while partying at the club down in Miami for the pod basketball tournament.
For those reading this post, this is not an over-reaction to what bobdolerson tried to label me. It's more of a clarification post. Similar to what Air Bud did in the OCPM/Kent thread. Online personas don't necessarily match what kind of people we are in reality.
Soooo what you're saying is..... You're the nicest, most fun guy at scholl with sweet dancing and b-ball skills?