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#1 Comment By kelly On April 27, 2012 @ 1:26 am
I get the feeling from reading your blog that you are still young. Do you mind if I ask how old you are? Please don’t take offence, I’m just curious.
#2 Comment By Samuel On April 27, 2012 @ 1:35 am
No offence taken at all Kelly. I’m 24, so I suppose that does make me young.
I’m intrigued about why you’re interested. Do I come across a certain way that makes it obvious that I’m young? Do you think I should be doing something differently?
#3 Comment By kelly On April 27, 2012 @ 1:43 am
Hey great response. yes you come across as someone who would be really good doing a higher degree at university. I feel you have a sharp intellect that can be developed further.
#4 Comment By Samuel On April 27, 2012 @ 2:30 pm
That’s very kind Kelly. Thank you.
I’ve considered going back to study a few times, but it’s not something which would fit around my current employment, and I’m quite happy with my current employment. That said, if I were to go back to study, at least now I would make a better choice than when I was 18 and was following a career path which I later discovered wasn’t where my real interests lie.
#5 Comment By kelly On April 28, 2012 @ 3:18 pm
I retrained too. I took a paycut to do it, but it was worth it. Interesting about your radio blog. I just read a history of 1ZB in NZ. There were some great links to the West Island (Australia to you) including 2UE. Wonderful character called Uncle Scrim.
#6 Comment By Samuel On May 8, 2012 @ 4:00 am
I’m considering it still Kelly, but university life is not something that mixes well with me. If I can get in, learn what needs to be learned, and get out, then it’s fine, but ultimately the social and political atmosphere of most universities is incredibly off-putting to me.
I may very well be putting myself at a disadvantage by taking this stance (which was learned the hard way, I might add), but it weighs heavily in my deliberations.
As for New Zealand radio. I don’t know much about it, but would love to learn more. Do you have any links or publications which you could recommend?