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Architetcural graduate (work from home)
I am an Architectural graduate student going to school ,Looking for an architectural graduate that graduated, to help me with my courses this upcoming semester, I will pay 2500 per course over a 15 week semester . Please send portfolio.
Location: work from home
Compensation: see add
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I'm about to make "yellow cake mix" from scratch, because I'm using a recipe that calls for a box of cake mix but I don't want all the chemicals that come in store-bought cake mixes. Is there a parallel here, perhaps?
i should've put my name, sorry.
donna, you making nukes now?? you multi-talent.
Yeah, beta, I'm a little worried the internet searches for "yellow cake recipe" will get me in trouble some day.
so if we see on the news that indy turns into a lake, we know your cupcakes were successful?
Donna, I'll make that cake for you for $2500.
citizen, are you a graduate of a cake-making school? Because I only want someone who has already done all the work themselves to help me find my own cake-making voice.
I'll do it. I want the 2500$ up front though paid western union.
You caught me, Donna. I don't even eat cake all that well.
The insistence on the proper qualifications in that ad is hilarious. You gotta love a plagiarist with standards!
Actually, if we ignore the possibility of blatant cheating, let's consider the following:
Graduate school full-time is typically 9-12 credit hours a semester— three classes per semester. Based on $2,500 per class, we're assuming a grand total of $7,500 per 15 week period.
If the "tutor" in question works full-time providing "assistance" to the student, this person's average hourly wage is $12.50 an hour. Considering a tutor usually makes between $30- to $50-an-hour, this student is getting quite the bargain.
If anything, this cheapskate needs to be hired as a principal A.S.A.P. because it's quite clear already has a hand up on maximizing gains while minimizing overhead.
Yellow Cake? that's used in making nuclear bombs - that's what George W started the Iraq war over - he was looking for their yellow cake mix
yeah but saddam's was *bad*. horrible, stomach-churning. thus a weapon of mass destruction.
donna's is much better.
I never knew yellow cake had any other meaning. ....Everyday!
And, Big Green Head, can we get a like button, perhaps near the flag button?
"If the "tutor" in question works full-time providing "assistance" to the student, this person's average hourly wage is $12.50 an hour. Considering a tutor usually makes between $30- to $50-an-hour, this student is getting quite the bargain.
If anything, this cheapskate needs to be hired as a principal A.S.A.P. because it's quite clear already has a hand up on maximizing gains while minimizing overhead."
What kind of an idiot pays 2500$ for a class and pays another 2500$ per course doubling the grad school expenses. Nowhere in the post the poster says he/she is looking for a tutor. It is very clear that she/he is looking for someone who will help with the drawings/renderings aka monkeying work. The helper may actually get a sweet deal if she/he manages the work for a few hours a week and outsources the grunt work to China for 5$ an hour (secretly).
Sign me up. Happy to take the $2500 and then do nothing but bitch. This kid is a classic ... Someone should study him/her
This is also from Vermont, I had to Google if they even had an architecture program in Vermont.
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