Well the question here is, do you enjoy playing Star Craft 2? If so, don't let dying a bunch of times get you down. That's usually the norm when it comes to RTS games, especially Star Craft 2. If you don't like it, meh there are a ton of other games out there to try. Personally, I had the same experience with Star Craft 2, but I don't have the time to dedicate to get better.
I took a few years off to figure out what I wanted to do with my life. I actually graduated from a trade school before going to college. I agree that most of the students are ignorant and make the experience less than enjoyable. You may want to take a break from school and find yourself. It's never too late to get a higher education, and if you do well without one - more power to you. Just don't let anyone push your decision, what is right for one duder isn't necessarily right for all duders!
@VisariLoyalist: I actually run a small recording studio out of my home. I used to record local bands, but recently I've just been using it for my podcast and videos. It's really hard to break out into the music industry, especially the way the industry has changed. No longer are huge studios required to make great albums, but you do still need a ton of money which I lack.
I'm Tadros. Audio/video engineer and amature games journalist. I've been a huge fan of GiantBomb for a while now, so I finally got the cash together to become a paid member. Looking forward to contributing as much as possible to the forums, learning more about the trade, and just having a good time!
My name is David Tadros, some call me Taddy Ross. I am a graduate of the Institute of Audio Research and am currently working on my Associates degree in English. I am an audio/video engineer and amateur games journalist. I own and operate 4hgames.com I hope to move to California after I receive my Bachelors degree so I may pursue a career in games journalism full-time.
Now that I got all the boring stuff out of the way, you can continue on with your lives.