Thread: "I Love College"
11/05/2012 11:56pm, #91
Maybe I just don't understand how grade inflation works, but I know I had to learn what was on the tests to pass.
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11/06/2012 12:30am, #92
11/06/2012 2:24am, #93
1. I "disappeared" because I had to travel and work and train and stuff. I wasn't diddling a child. And seriously, you think you're that important that your shitty tantrums would lure me back for some kind of fight fest?
2. You're a coward. You're afraid of women your own age, so you **** children. You also don't have anything to show for anything that you're doing. As long as I'm here, I'm only going to reply to you because you keep falling for the same god damn bait over and over.
3. You realize everyone except you understands the massive **** that you are right? Like, everyone is embarrassed for you and won't come to your aid. Look at it. Everyone is circle jerking each other, high-fiving each other and generally acknowledging each other. You? You're just being ignored. Nobody is referencing you, nobody gives a **** about you. It's not because you're doing fine on your own. It's because you're fucking embarrassing and nobody wants to associate with you. When I'm done here, I'm going to be off and I won't remember you until you respond to my posts again, like I want you do, and then we'll do this again and again, you'll be worthless and continue to play the game with the rules I've made. You will be thinking of me. You will be wanting to come find me. You will be compelled to come into MY posts and comment on MY threads. I win. I always win.
4. Show us something. Show us a video of your technique or strength or something. Put yourself out there for peer review. You won't though, because you're crippled by the fear of being judged, because you're a fucking coward.
11/06/2012 6:45am, #94
If you dance well I'll buy you a little vest and fez hat.
You don't get to see any of it. You may continue to wallow in your rage and ignorance.
You're starting to crack Sirc.
That's me in the blue track pants;
11/06/2012 6:58am, #95
You'll need to make sure you can transfer the credits but you can litteraly save thousands this way. It will also give you some time to feel out what subjects you enjoy or are strong in and put you in a better possition to choose a career path before you commit that big money to your Alma mater.
11/06/2012 7:09am, #96
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Some degrees prepare you nicely. You know, even starting as a middle manager in big department store isn't that bad. His dreams are simple enough.
****, lately i heard that there is a guy here specializing in building kitty doors into your original door for an affordable price...He is making some serious money. It's all about finding a niche.I though that if i go to uni ill have less and less competition the higher i "climb", the competition remains and it just gets harder and harder. If you have no real passion but for some manual jobs you did, go study business maybe integrate with economics or even accounting (not bad) and start your own company of dry walls or some ****. Or start working for a huge building company and move up, be one of those guys with a hard hat a tie and a big SUV.
11/06/2012 7:34am, #97
Re: "I Love College"
The answers you gave would have been "B" answers twenty years ago. Today they are "A" answers. But this goes back to my initial point—how did you get to be an adult and not have heard of any of the basic concepts we've been talking about all day?
11/06/2012 7:38am, #98
11/06/2012 8:07am, #99
On topic, I would like to share:
11/06/2012 8:24am, #100
Business has moved into the Liberal Arts realm where they are suggesting having experience and a Post Graduate degree.
Interestingly enough, this link says Business is dropping below Philosophy, art and
Some degrees prepare you nicely.
You know, even starting as a middle manager in big department store isn't that bad. His dreams are simple enough.
****, lately i heard that there is a guy here