Grand Moff Tim
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Sep 13, 2010
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Cheongju, SK
ESL Teacher, ex-Navy

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Grand Moff Tim

Some call me... Tim, from Cheongju, SK

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Jul 21, 2018 at 11:52 AM
    1. synrgy
      Hey Guy!

      Just wanted to say that if you haven't already, find a copy of Yoshikawa's "Taiko" and give it a read. If you liked "Musashi", there's no reason you won't enjoy "Taiko" as well. I actually found several parts of it a little more engaging. It's kind of a classic underdog story. Young kid born into poverty, and stricken with bad looks to boot, eventually ends up a brilliant military/political strategist through his quick wits and a little luck and more or less unified the empire prior. Look up the name Hideyoshi; That's the title character.
    2. Grand Moff Tim
      Grand Moff Tim
      EPIK puts people in public schools all over the country, so it's a bit of a crapshoot in that regard. I don't think the people that get accepted even know where they're going to be teaching until they're already in Seoul for the orientation. Could be Seoul, Busan, Jeju or some small town in the middle of nowhere. The cutoff date for the next group of applications is July, I think, so my application will be cutting it a little close. I couldn't apply without my degree, which was only finalized this week. I hope I make te deadline and get accepted, but if not I'll look in to hagwons.

      Do you work evenings and weekends pretty much exclusively? How's your boss? I've heard some horror stories about hagwon bosses.
    3. signalgrey
      is EPIK inside Seoul or in Gyeonggi Do? Public schools can be as iffy as Hagwons but for the most part they are easier to predict and easier to get in and out of since its government run. I work for Chungdahm Learning which is a great place to make money but not a great place if you want loads of vacation time. Do you know where you are going to be?
    4. signalgrey
      yeah I teach at one of the academies here. Not a bad gig. Money is good and life is fairly easy.
    5. highlordmugfug
      I'm way dumber on benadryl than I am drunk. :nuts:
    6. highlordmugfug
      I just reread that OP in that thread, boy howdy was I wrong. :lol:
      Antihistamines, why must you hate me only slightly less than histamines?
    7. highlordmugfug
      ♫It's a dirty job but ♫
      I think it is time we demonstrated the full power of this station.
    8. highlordmugfug
      HIGHLORDmugfug, GRAND MOFF Tim...

      Us high rankers gotta stick together. :yesway:
    9. fredw138
      Ha ha ha, I think everyone finds it confusing. Industrial genre fights can be as crazy as metal genre fights... if not crazier.
    10. highlordmugfug
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    Cheongju, SK
    ESL Teacher, ex-Navy
    Primary Seven:
    Ibanez UV70P
    Main Rig:
    ACG > Aguilar > MB
    Sevenstring Guitars:
    Ibanez UV70p, Jackson DR-7
    Other Guitars:
    Gibson Buckethead LP Studio, Fender American Tele, Fender Traditional MIM Fat Strat, Reedoox Strat clone, Epiphone Les Paul Custom, Slammer by Hamer Centaura, Hamer Echotone ES-335 clone, ACG Skelf Multiscale 6, Bacchus Woodline PJ, Fender Tony Franklin signature fretless Precision, Ibanez Portamento fretless 4, Ibanez Premium BTB 5, Warwick Rock Bass Corvette 5, Fender Standard J-Bass V, Squire J-Bass, Ovation USA 1777, Alvarez acoustic-electric, Ibanez Classical acoustic/electric.
    Aguilar Tone Hammer 500, Vox VT40+, Crate DX212, Epiphone Valve Junior, Orange Crush 25BX, Some crappy little Crate bass combo.
    Effects & Pedals:
    Axe-Fx II Mark 2, Boss ME-30, Boss Metal Zone, Boss Acoustic Simulator, Boss ME-50B, Vox Stomplab IIB.
    Cabinets / Monitors:
    MarkBass Traveller 102P 4ohm
    Studio & Recording Gear:
    Line 6 Sonic Port
    JamUp & BIAS
    Presonus Audiobox 22VSL USB interface
    Presonus Studio 1
    Icon studio headphones
    Icon condensor mic
    Misc/Other Gear:
    Lanikai LKP-C Concert Ukulele.
    Does my Digeridoo count?
    I yam what I yam, and that's all what I yam.

    Music, Linguistics, Vidja Games


    Walter Winchel was wrong. People are terrible.