> if you need a janitor i have 1 year in a training class and i would
> really love to work in space because that is all i think about ever
> second i dream and ever night i wish to go into space either to work
> live or travel and i really think that i was ment to live in space and
> not on earth i know it sounds wierd but i don't think i fit in on earth
There are a lot of folks that are attracted to space as an escape from
Earthly woes or boredom.
Space won't necessarily make your life better, but it is a noble goal to
want to be involved in space exploration or development. Maybe you can
apply your "sanitation engineering" experience to the problem of orbital
debris? There are lot of theories, but few with practical experience in
waste disposal studying the problem. It might prove an area that you
can contribute, beyond just getting a janitor job at an aerospace
company or NASA, which probably isn't too difficult to get.
> i have no friends at all
Sorry to hear that. If you learn a lot about space, then maybe you will
have some interesting conversation starters to interest people in
becoming your friend. Join some organizations for what ever interests
you and start some interesting personal project. Even though space
organizations are probably where you might think about joining, I would
suggest joining other non-space organizations as well, since spacers can
be too focused on space rather than relating to other people (i.e.
> and i think space is the most beatiful and
> peaceful place anywhere and i sit outside ever night looking at the
> stars when there are stars wishing that alien would come and take me
> away for ever i know that must really sound wierd but thats how i am and
> going into space is one of my biggest dreams in the world and i would
> give my life to go into space
Spaceflight may be a singularly unique experience, but I think it is a
mistake to wrap all of your dreams and goals into just that one thing.
Set a series of life goals of ever increasing difficulty, therefor you
can celebrate along the way instead of waiting for that big opportunity
that may not come. You can still dream about that ride to the stars,
but don't let it be your only goal or expectation.
> so could please find a way for me to get into space either give me a job or something
Don't look at a job as something someone has to give you like a favor,
rather as a challenge that you can convince an employer that you are up
to. It will be up to you to find a route into space, no one will just
had you a ticket to go.
> becasue i'm going to die if i don't get into space
No you won't. You will be rather disappointed, but hopefully you have
more to live for than just space. If not seek professional help.
> so please help me please and i would do anything i have to . to get into
Will you apply yourself to learning as much as you can about space?
Education and hard work are your best shot at going into space.
> please write back and make my dream and wish come true thanks
Change those dreams and wishes into goals and personal challenges, and
then you will find a way to get into space without David's help.
BTW, if you are a troll, this will be my only response, other than to
notify your ISP of any further unsolicited e-mails.
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