College student plans to spend remainder of life in Virtual Reality

A Trinity College junior says he has decided to pursue a non-traditional career path consisting of 24/7 VR gaming, with only short breaks for food and rest.

"It's not particularly lucrative, as there's no revenue associated with it," explained Samuel Tarpley, 20, from beneath a VR headset. "But my expenses are limited to a 10x10 room, an Internet connection, and Nesquik."

His father noted that his son had been practicing for this career path for the past five years. "At this point I really can't see him doing anything else."

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