Well, I've finally taken the leap and quit my job. You won't hear any more bitching about how my job is draining me of my life force. I did learn a few valuable lessons from the short period of time that I had a fulltime job. One is that a job is simply not for me (and I'm never getting another one ever again). Another one is that the Dilbert comic strip has more truth in it than I previously thought (this has been scaring the hell out of me). If you ever worked in a large company, you'll know what I mean. All in all, I'm very happy that I left. I was surrounded by cynicism, indifference, and people who weren't even remotely passionate about what they do. I'd like to dedicate this thread to all those people who haven't been able to quit their job yet. May the force be with you, and may you free yourself from the tyranny of fulltime employment! Oh and in case anyone's wondering where "Free Willy" came from, click here.