Casinos also do everything that they agree to. They pay the winners and take from the losers...it doesn't make for an equal arrangement between parties though. If I decided that I would take everything I own, head to Vegas, and play craps until I was either finacially secure or dead broke, and was passionate about it...it doesn't make me a sucess, it makes me an idiot. The people who choose not to play craps until all of their money is gone are not chickens, they are people who realize that the odds are stacked so heavily against them that they enjoy their night out and don't try to make a career out of it just because several of their friends have actually walked away from the table winners. I think that this is the analogy that many of the people on this board are trying to get accross to you. Regardless of how passionate and focused and determined you might be, you're still rolling dice in a game that doesn't have you as the favorite. It is my personal opinion, that if you were to take all of your passion and focus and determination and put it into something that will more than likely benefit yourself as well as others, you'd be much better off. And if you are so hell-bent on sticking with a company just because they follow their agreement, have I got a deal for you! Just send me whatever money you have left at the end of each month and I'll spend it as I see fit and in return I'll give you nothing. I promise that I will uphold my portion of this agreement for as long as you see fit...and tell your friends about this great deal too and I'll try to include them.
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