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    Majoring in Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Tennessee.

    Hey effmaster, you should definitely consider UT! The engineering here is top-notch.
     
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    University of Arkansas is better. :D
     
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    Agreed! 100% employment rate for ME grads! Plus we didn't lose to Vandy! (just a few other SEC schools)
     
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    University of Kansas-Electrical Engineering!

    two years strong baby!
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    EE is respectable. Kansas? Ehh:ohwell:
     
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    Corn fed Cowboy right? Yeah there are gamers all across the world!
     
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    University of North Carolina at Wilmington, doing computer science. Probably will transfer to NC State, just finished transfer app. UNCW is butt easy but HeLLa TiGhT! maybe not crazy as Arizona State haha I hear that place is nuts. class of 2011!!!!
     
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    Yeah, you don't know crazy. :rockout:

    Almost went to UNC at Wilmington btw since I'm from Upstate SC, but decided to go out here to ASU instead!
     
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    haha maybe we would have been BFF's
     
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    Ouch. That couldn't be any further from the truth. Never been on a farm in my life. Just not a fan of Kansas athletics (I was referring to the sports, not the school overall).:p No offense buddy.
     
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    Yeah no problem, could be worse I could be a Missouri student. But I wouldn't know what a forum was.
     
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    Amen. I have an engineering buddy going up there, who I can no long associate myself with...for obvious reasons.
     
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    Thats a big HAH
     
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    ?? You beg to differ? If you do not agree, state your case.
     
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    ASU..For the WIN!!! :rockout:
     
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    Don't expect any of you guys to have heard of it :p...but:

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    What do you mean what the hell!!! ????


    Yeah I know im seriously considering it but the thing is is that my tech ed teacher (not the one who introduced me to AutoCAD but still the one who taught me most everything I know about AutoCAD) strongly recommended me to go to his Alma Mater of Auburn because the thing of it is is that they have great engineering programs to.
    But I really love Tennessee I have always been a sports fan of Tennessee since that is after all my homestate where i was born in (Well technically I was born on Fort Campbell but you get the idea), and I have never really rooted for Auburn to win a game unless it would benefit the Tennessee teams which it rarely would lol.
     
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    That's what I'm talking about right here, got myself a buddy! Cheers! :toast:
     
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    Looks like I'm going to have some SEC rivals in here no matter which way you go eff. I'm not to sure we can be friends anymore...
     
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    It never snows in North Carolina:roll::roll::roll::roll:

    Thats why lol. But seriously the out of state tuition would be far to high for me to pay for it.
    I kind of have the option to have in-state tuition in both of the universities that im looking at right now since ive lived a very long time in both states. (yes I called their advisors and they said yes they would only charge me for in-state tuition)
     
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    We can always be friends:laugh::laugh:
     
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    All my friends from High School go to University of South Carolina. I have one friend that goes to UT. Needless to say, there is a constant battle. SEC is way overrated IMO, however it definitely leads to some intense fights!
     

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