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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#64 - Katzie
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(01/23/2013) [-]
Covering up that it's Sassy Target rather than Target could have been a hell of a lot better if you'd moved the Target to the left.
That said, I have no clue why you bothered.
User avatar #38 - amoussa
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most of the **** you learn at a higher education level (most notably university), you're going to forget it. What's important is not necessarily the bits of factual information you learn but more the problem solving skills which you pick up and learn to adapt.
User avatar #32 - Snookbone
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Memory may be a part of our intelligence, but it's a very small part.

At any rate, exam grades don't really mean much, it's being intelligent enough to think on your feet and plan for the future that will get you the best out of life.
#34 to #32 - adxminisgay **User deleted account**
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#33 to #32 - anon id: 885df9d0
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I disagree. I'd say memory and pure cognitive ability are equal. The reason i say this is because there are many career choices in this world that completely rely on one or the other; to be a doctor, you need a memory. To be an accountant, you need reasoning. And there are tons of people in this situation where they have one but not the other, and couldn't do what they wanted to do in life.

Besides memory and reasoning, there's another huge factor related to "intelligence", and that would be creativity. Obviously a creative artist would be much more successful than an artist with a photographic memory or an IQ of 999.
User avatar #35 to #33 - flyingfrogslash
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An IQ of 999? Holy ****, do you have any idea how high that is? If you have an IQ of over 150 you are considered to have Genius level Intellect.
#37 to #35 - anon id: 885df9d0
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its just an exaggeration
#48 to #37 - anon id: 2257d63d
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Hyperbole.
User avatar #11 - bitchplzzz
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This ************ gave me a Boondocks reference.
I like this refence


****
User avatar #84 - LocoJoe
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That's what they tell their employees.
#82 - anon id: 45ff133f
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Target's just getting a head start on future employee morale.
User avatar #77 - clydeninetyseven
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Gave that bitch a punchline in the title. Bitches love punchlines in the title.
#62 - anon id: 86717f0c
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Except you just covered up Sassy Target which isn't even owned by target. ******* fag.
#60 - anon id: 88671a65
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"Yeah doesn't matter if you **** up you can always get a job here"
User avatar #58 - dantemp
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Unless it's a math exam...or physics...or writing an esse...or any other subject that requires you to use what you've memorized... Which are the most things past certain level of education...
#56 - anon id: 00b01cff
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If you were so smart, you would have bothered to learn n ****...
#55 - fuckyosixtyminutes
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That's a fitting company, specifically a fitting employer, to give that kind of advice.
User avatar #52 - ixcarnifexxi
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I read "Self esteem boots"
#46 - anon id: a73f9d7f
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don't study for exams -> you can usually learn everything you need to know by reading other questions
#47 to #46 - anon id: 7172eba8
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Yeah sure bro!
You enjoy that single qualification you own
User avatar #39 - comeatmebrother
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Believe.
User avatar #28 - fishkrieg
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All of these excuses for exams and how bad school is really piss me off. If you actually made half the effort actually doing the work and revising as you did complaining about doing work and revising, then you would finally see the ******* benefits of school and an education.
#26 - anon id: f4b6c419
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Except when you can't graduate because you got **** grades and you're left with a GED/piles of student loans to pay off.
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User avatar #20 - happygrowman
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is this what they tell their employees?
User avatar #93 - thatoneweirdguy
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This looks really fake.