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One of the worst decisions i ever made was going to film school. For me though it went decently, i did learn some decent stuff and there was a decent experience of growth given the age range and the limited oppurtunuie anyway in obamas dem ridden economy. Like i know what's amature or people who think they know, and i can really dig deep into film, i know how to analyize and write a thesis, i have a sense of what's professional, but the reality is there's no money. It's incredibly hard to get the right people and have them all meet on schedule, taking off work or still going. All the fests, especially oscars, all that's fake bull shit, none of it is genuine film. The vast majority of film students are only there for like short lived weird personal fantasies. Fact is over 60% drop and most are just doing electives. I mean, just the idea, behavior, of being teained to crew in film as an industry is so stupid. There's a lot of low iq perceptions, like one has grip for fucking years before...

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Dave@DaveRubin
21 hours ago

People often ask me why I never tweet before having coffee. This Golden Girls clip sums it up quite well...

Happy Friday Rubin Report friends and refugees! I hope you have a great day and weekend ahead of you! Sunrise at the Arch by Mary Pidoni of Missouri Landscape Photography.

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