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Resolution.

I will not turn 30 and still be working in Kirksville, Missouri.

6 responses so far (Respond)

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Good resolution Matt!! Go to the big city. You’ll find more of what you’re looking for there. Do you want to be in the South? Or stay in the Mid-West? (hint: go to Atlanta)

john | 19 Apr 2001
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i was in kirksville for far too long and it was only three years. 93ish, 94ish, 95ish. super walmart and the petite 3 cinema just weren’t enough to keep me there. oh no.

dana | 19 Apr 2001
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Good on ya, Matt. One of the few (very few) benefits of nearing 30 (I’m 14 months away and counting) is that it seems like a great “deadline,” psychologically speaking, for all of those “getting your life in order” issues.

Max | 19 Apr 2001
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Woop woop! Don’t go back to Rockville…

Jason | 19 Apr 2001
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I’ll be 29 next week, and the only thing I’m dreading is everyone’s assumption that I’m lying when I reveal my age. (29? Riiiight.) I agree with Max, 30 is a nice round number for getting your shit together. Jeez, what do I wanna do with my life before next April? A lot.

Bill | 20 Apr 2001
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i was in kirksville for far too long and it was only three years. 93ish, 94ish, 95ish. super walmart and the petite 3 cinema just weren't enough to keep me there. oh no.

dana | 4 Nov 2009