Has anyone had to purchase mice? I need some mice and some specific reagent for an organ transplant surgeon.
No good reason, but smiles all around...still.
A Co worker asked me to post this for him, as he has about 2 weeks to get rid of the stuff before he moves:
My wife and I have moved in to a smaller place and do not want to pay to store all of this furniture. If you know of anyone who would be interested in buying any of it, please let me know. 2 years ago, all of it cost $5,000+. We just need to get rid of it.
The pool table, cue rack, balls, and cues for $500 and you move it.
The card table w/chairs and reversible top for $850.
The pub table w/chairs for $250.
I'm a little dissapointed at the moment. I've been looking into grad school programs that I could do while working at my present job, since they've agreed to be very flexible in terms of scheduling to allow me to go back to school.
I've been thinking about the Dartmouth's Thayer school's Masters in Engineering Management program. I wanted to see if I could take a class per term for a while until I've decided that's what I'd like to pursue. It would take me about 16 courses to finish. As an enrolled student, it's ~13,000 per quarter (3 courses), and you can apply for financial aid. To take one course at a time it is $4,892 per course. That's a lot...
The education benefits at work are not as good as I thought, and only pay up to $2,250 per year. Thus, I really can't afford to go back to school. I'm looking for ideas on how to make this work. Any thoughts?