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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #23 - anonefgthree
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Never got Fs because I wasn't a retard, sorry
#81 to #23 - twofreegerbils
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Lol, people thumbing this down.

If you get F's in highschool, you are nothing short of mentally retarded.

>inb4 hurr durr you took easy classes
Yeah, I guess that's why I got so many AP credits, huh? Sure was nice skipping Calc 1 and 2, along with all those ******** general education classes.
User avatar #93 to #81 - freakyorange
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Or you could be like me and fail miserabally at Algebra, and Algebra only.
User avatar #108 to #93 - twofreegerbils
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...is this a joke?

As in, 5=3x+12, solve for x?

You find that difficult?
User avatar #115 to #108 - spceinvdr
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not everybody is cuntshrivilingly smart as you
User avatar #135 to #115 - twofreegerbils
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Nice word
User avatar #136 to #135 - spceinvdr
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thank you, i have to admit im a bit proud of that one.
#149 to #135 - spceinvdr
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But seriously, sometimes its hard to understand why people struggle with things that seem so easy. For example, I love electronics. I can build them from scratch, read schematics, diagnose issues, and other geeky ass ****. I think its super easy, but
<other people's fw they see this ****

Everyone has their strengths and weaknesses. I know a guy who got a 17 on the ACT, but he can listen to a song on guitar and play it without even seeing the music. He can tune by ear, and do all sorts of crazy ****, and he thinks I'm stupid at music. I am, but I try
#114 to #108 - migueldecervantes
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Algebra extends farther and into more complex realms than that simple equation seems to suggest...

Although I do agree that if you fail high school you are probably a tad retarded, I don't believe college to be for everyone—especially not for writers who are mostly considered to be quite intelligent and insightful people.
#124 to #114 - anon id: bb17e51b
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While I understand your point, higher levels of education are only going to become more mandatory for people in general as we go forward, as it always has. Pretty soon "college" will be the new "high school" and high school will just be trivial.
If you don't want to go to college and think you have what it takes to become a successful writer than more power to you, but still, it's a risk you're deciding to take.

It's worth mentioning that colleges and universities are where lots of people develop the connection necessary to succeed in their fields. I'm an engineer. Before I enrolled, I had not Idea what actual companies were out there and how to REALLY get involved. College is more than just classes. It's an industry road map.
#157 to #124 - migueldecervantes
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Very good point.
#126 to #124 - anon id: bb17e51b
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User avatar #156 to #108 - freakyorange
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Not that kind of thing, the more advanced stuff.
#134 to #108 - anon id: d7233b49
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This is more like what the class is about.

log2^x + log2^(x + 2) = log2^8
That being said I took athlete math, so I can't do this. That class was set up so you could not fail. Hay you got to play in the big game.
#62 to #23 - anon id: 3e16ddb8
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You get good grades from knowledge and memory. Neither of those are intelligence. You're probably still a retard. Especially so when you consider you never thought of this, apparently.
User avatar #94 to #62 - anonefgthree
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>this is what retards actually believe
lel
#87 to #23 - montykarl
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It's not that simple. I basically am a retard and never made below an A in my AP or college classes. People just have different kinds of intelligence and you shouldn't look down on them because they don't conform to our highly flawed educational systems.
User avatar #101 to #23 - KINGOFTHESTARS
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alot of stuff on the internet really doesnt phase me but dang, man.

thats coup de gras right there.

school is really hard for me. ...
#128 to #23 - furiousmarshmellow
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But you were most likely a complete asshole.


So, it evens it out.
User avatar #142 to #23 - hellomynameisbill
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it takes a retard to think that good grades make you a good person
#29 to #23 - pootismang
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Or maybe you never got Fs because you were a retard, and had only retard classes.
Or maybe you never got Fs because you were a retard, and had only retard classes.
User avatar #45 to #29 - anonefgthree
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o **** i got rekt
#50 to #29 - guywithguitar
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#rekt
#rekt
#71 to #29 - lolzordz
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#41 to #29 - gedab
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#39 to #29 - evanthebrony
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#5 - dudemysides
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This whole thing kinda annoys me. Remember the episode "Jazzy and the Pussycats" during season 18 where Bart finds out he's an awesome drummer and joins a famous Jazz band? Lisa then gets so damn jealous because her failure of a brother is better at her than something she likes.

And lets not forget all those episodes where in the future Lisa is successful and happy while Bart is a failure and miserable. Just like this one. Holidays of Future Passed -Evolution of The Simpson christmas photos
#66 to #5 - mrepicllort
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User avatar #12 - Mr Ronok
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isnt a 50 a pass? wouldnt a 59 be like a C- equivalent? or do american grade work differently
User avatar #19 to #12 - ssjcarbon
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Canada, Alberta
0-50 = Fail
51+ = Pass.
User avatar #28 to #19 - princekyle
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Heeeeey
I'm an Albertan too.
Cool ****, dude.
User avatar #51 to #28 - uberderpyhooves
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Okotoks reporting in.
User avatar #52 to #51 - princekyle
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Lethbridge here.
Going through Okotoks tomorrow.
User avatar #53 to #52 - uberderpyhooves
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Watch out for all the pre teens with Tim's.
User avatar #54 to #53 - princekyle
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Eee You need to login to view this link

You know who I am, right?
User avatar #55 to #54 - uberderpyhooves
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I assumed so. :3
User avatar #56 to #55 - princekyle
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You betcha.
I remember talking to you about moving to Alberta.

I've been living in Lethbridge now for... 7 months?
User avatar #58 to #56 - uberderpyhooves
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Don't live around here. Housing is a bitch. The land I am on right now is worth nearly a million dollars.
User avatar #59 to #58 - princekyle
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You can make that argument for anywhere in Canada, really.
Calgary's damn expensive though. I'm just living on campus here in Lethbridge, so it's cheap enough.
User avatar #24 to #12 - kabageguy
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Where I live below 68 is failing.
#46 to #12 - anon id: 51b2e862
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In Quebec it is 0-59% fail
60+ % pass
User avatar #74 to #12 - brettyht
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I know that states and countries are allowed to administer their own grading curriculum and stats, but to me, seeing 50% be a passing grade feels like you are letting almost anyone get through. I guess this is partly because my school had something like
0-69% - F
70 - 74 - D
75 - 79 - C
80 - 89 - B
90 - 100 - A
and we had a "no child left behind" program, which allowed almost anyone to turn in late grades after the first few days of missing it, so I guess we were able to be stricter on final grades.
User avatar #117 to #12 - spacefield
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My high school is higher than all of these what the hell?

96-100 A
94-95 A-
92-93 B+
88-91 B
86-87 B-
84-85 C+
80-83 C
78-79 C-
76-77 D+
72-75 D
70-71 D-
0-69 F
User avatar #22 to #12 - zzforrest
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In virginia, 64 is an f, 65 would be the lowest passing grade (d). Some states do it differently though.
User avatar #33 to #22 - mylazy
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Until this year we had it set up so that anything below a 70 was failing.

0-69 F
70-78 D
78-83 C
84-93 B
93-100 A.
User avatar #68 to #22 - nuclearnacho
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Northern Virginia Represent. And yeah, that sounds right. I love how an 89.6 is still and A- here.
User avatar #30 to #22 - ehzio
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***** I'm in Va too!
and yeah I can confirm it's the same thing in college except a C=fail
User avatar #14 to #12 - goodcheese [OP]
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nah it's: 0-59% - F
60-69 - D
70-79 - C
80-89 - B
90-100 - A
User avatar #16 to #14 - Mr Ronok
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ah see in canada, or ontario at least its
0-50% - F
50 - 59 - D
60 - 69 - C
70 - 79 - B
80+ - A
User avatar #48 to #16 - screamy
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Whats the max score? 100? If so Canada school is ******* easy.
#89 to #48 - opsbuttbuddy
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The workload is scaled up so that it's not actually ******* easy.
User avatar #42 to #16 - shadowkingdr
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cool somone else from ontario
#25 to #16 - funnyguyz
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What part of ontario do you live in?
User avatar #112 to #25 - Mr Ronok
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im way the hell down in windsor
#121 to #112 - funnyguyz
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oh lol. that's not too far from where I am. I'm in Brantford
User avatar #110 to #14 - bikehole
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In British Columbia it's a bit more easy going
0-49% - F
50-59%- C-
60-66%- C
67-72%- C+
73-85%- B
86-100%- A
User avatar #95 to #14 - yutdollacwwwthree
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In my high school it was:

0-68 - F
69-79 - C
80-89 - B
90-100+ - A

My high school dropped D's because students were performing so badly that the high school was in danger is losing it's accreditation.
User avatar #85 to #14 - IamSofaKingdom
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Depends on the school. Where I went F went up to 69
#38 to #14 - anon id: 24927e80
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Really? In my high school it was
0-69% - F/E
70-74- D
75-84- C
85-92- B
93-100- A
User avatar #79 to #38 - dragonax
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I believe those are private school grades, because I went to a private school and it had that same grading system. I go to a public high school now and its the grades shown above.
I may be totally wrong about this.
User avatar #111 to #79 - slowbroking
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I went to a public school for my entire life and grading system was the one that the anon said.
User avatar #40 to #38 - slowbroking
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That seems like some Pennsylvania **** right there.
User avatar #70 to #40 - dancingturnip
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That's how it was in South Dakota
#113 to #38 - walmartysnextghost
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I went to a public school in east tennessee, which is like number 43 out of 50 on the academic listing of states in the united states and that was our grade system
User avatar #18 to #14 - fjusernumberone
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I wish my highschool grading was like this (it's how it is in college now).
My high school scale was

0-69 - F
70-75 - D
76- 84 - C
85-93 - A

Or some weird **** like that.
User avatar #34 to #18 - mylazy
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No B?
User avatar #155 to #34 - fjusernumberone
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Ha. I put B and C together for whatever reason.

B is like 80-84
#37 - hydromatic
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Why does Tumblr always have to find something deep in everything?
#83 to #37 - anon id: d60ad593
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well thats jsut it a stone to man is jewel to anther or trash to one man is another mans treasure mean more than actaully cale of somthing while i understand you fidn this annoying people find what you say to be annoying woks in more ways than one neither arewrong or right
User avatar #154 to #83 - hydromatic
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wat
#43 to #37 - bdawg
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Normally I would agree with you but this one is an exception in my eyes.
#61 - vamprlz
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Ok fj, i gotta be honest here. Ive never opened up before about anything, but i can so ******* relate to this ****. Since ******* freshman year in school, ive been struggling....before that it was so easy, id be on honor roll every year. but my high school is for some real serious ****, math science and engineering... Eng is always okay, bc my teacher is a bamf and grades you on effort, but my fresh/soph math teacher was such a bitch and gave these ******* hard ass problems; science teacher those years was also bamfy, let you make environ. science related cakes for extra credit, and doing dances like worms in biology...junior year was the worst, because my math teacher was so ******* nice but i just couldnt get it, and my chem teacher was such a ******* ******** and cant explain **** simply to a dumbass like me, or even bother to offer extra help when prompted. I had retake my final in math last year to pass and do a chem course over the summer. So chem guy would have been my physics teacher all year this year, but thank god he retired, and after failing first mp, now coming out with bs cause new guy is great. But honors calc is kicking my ass this year and principal says no more breaks. If i fail im so ******. I try so ******* hard...i see my teacher early, i ask a **** ton of questions, and do everything i need to do. Still barely passing this class. Not helping when my teacher is giving ap problems as half of the credits on tests. I cant pull this **** off...not by a long shot. I dont know how ill graduate this year
User avatar #139 to #61 - alphabetagama
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U.S. Olympic Team Tribute To Muhammad Ali
When you read this post take a minute to calm down. Stare at a watch for a full minute and don't let anything distract you. Don't think about anything for a full minute. Just BE for a full minute and nothing else.
...Done?
Good.
Now listen to me. You are in honors classes, right? You are doing God's work , son. If you are religious. Else. You are rising above the masses. Or take both.
As far as point of view of the world goes look at the video. Every morning when you wake up and look into a mirror. Make a smile even if it's the cheesiest or fakest smile ever. It works trust me I did this. It will lift your mood.
Ok now you are calm and awake as well as somewhat happy.
Are you American? I can help you with a few tips on that and entrance exams.
That aside. Assuming all your grades are great apart from calc I can suggest the following:
Your engineering mind works in formulas. If you can get a few simple assignments and dissect them into what kind of info goes in which part of the formula. Once you learn this you can dissect any calc problem and keep up a good grade. it's complex but formulas work.
Second there is plenty of online help with calc. Might want to check it out.
Third TI-84 will help beyond belief even if it doesn't have half the functions you need to have in calc. You can also emulate it on your computer.
4th talk to your ****** teacher and tell him that those problems are a bit too much and to tone it down once or twice. Ask for extra lessons but sector by sector OR type of assignment or text of the question by type OR formula by formula.

Motivational stuff here:
Keep to the lyrics of the song for motivation. "... I must be the greatest I am king of the world...".
If not for yourself then do it for the family who helped you on the way.
ALSO
Your worst enemy is yourself. If those monks can stop their hearts with mental training then you can get your ass to learn this ****.
#129 to #61 - jaegarbombastic
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Hey man don't worry so much. I'm sure your own insecurities are holding you back. I sense that you are incredibly smart and can do anything you push yourself into full force 100%. Don't drop your head yet the battle isn't over life gets better just gotta go through the hard stuff first.


This is coming from a guy with a heart condition of sorts a full plate of advanced and dual classes and saturday school and school after school on mondays. ***** hard but don't you give up yet. We'll both make it through this **** because I believe we both can.

Keep your head up man and godspeed.
User avatar #131 to #129 - alphabetagama
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damn it I was about to say something inspirational. Give me a few minutes to come up with something else.
User avatar #57 - icespine
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i miss the older simpsons episodes when the storylines seemed more relate able. sure, it's a cartoon so i dont expect realism, but i liked when the older episodes were about the hard-working, average middle class family that didnt have enough money for stuff, and went through hardships
#31 - xxTheJesterxx
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Yeah but like one second later doesn't he reference something to George Washington about failing and the teacher gives him extra credit or some crazy **** and he passes?
User avatar #72 to #31 - dragostarc
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Yes, then he kisses her and runs out of the classroom
#6 - anon id: bc5caf73
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Here's the harsh reality when you practice apathy, act like you don't give a **** and pretend to be made of stone, everyone just assumes that's who you are and they start assuming you to be the person who can't get hurt because hell you made them think that way but one day if you find a chink in your armor everything else falls apart and you're left naked, vulnerable and you feel like a complete failure and at that point there will be no one there for you because you've made them feel like you have no weak spots. So. the moral of the story is simply that "If you want to have a hard shell against most of the world you could do that but always have a few people know exactly who you are.
#10 to #6 - anon id: 4a18befb
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pretty much yeah. Took me all high-school to figure that one out.
Growing up isn't so bad y'know
User avatar #11 to #6 - TheHutchie
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I've always resented when people act like they're untouchable and made of stone. I don't hate them, it's more a kind of pity. There's a lot of story behind it, which I guess I'd tell if anyone was actually interested, but for now I'll just say this:

Anybody who really has no ability to be emotionally hurt is inhuman. Anybody who tries to pretend they can't be emotionally hurt is just that; a pretender.
User avatar #67 to #11 - fzjoss
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Im one of them, and its not like we pretend, we really dont care and are really apathic about a lot of stuff because we dont want to get hurt... but then we realize what we are doing and just sit there, in the corner of our beds, thinking, and that thinking makes us realize how deep in **** we are, then we cry and cry, even more because there is none there to empathize with us because we look so emotionally strong on the outside.

Then after we stop crying, we realize that, the way we are right now, is the way we have been most of the time, and that its okay, we can deal with it, and move on then again, in about a couple months, it all falls apart again and we cry like faggots its like a period of apathy and faggotry, minus ovaries and blood
#47 to #6 - thatguyinabox
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User avatar #73 to #6 - brettyht
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What sucks is when you have to act like you feel nothing when you are doing it for someone you care about. Had to move away from my old highschool a few years ago, a community that i grew up with my whole life, and used that as an excuse to shun most of my friends away so that I wouldn't have to worry about actually saying goodbye and hurting them. Probably the worst decision I have ever made, since I was not only hurting my friends now, but myself as well. For three months, i stayed at my next home, had an emotional breakdown as soon as I started going to the new school there, and went back to my old school to finish senior year there. It was honestly the best year of my life, since I was able to actually graduate school with all my friends beside me.
#144 to #6 - anon id: f1d4d911
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Is there any advice for those of who are without those people? I don't mean to be all mellow dramatic, I was just wondering.
#147 to #144 - anon id: 38401f41
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find some you got dealt a hand of blackjack at poker
hit me
#148 to #6 - anon id: 0425841f
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This describes me so accurately that it scares me to think that other people live like this. With all I've been through during my 18 years on this planet, even my best friends see ho cold, distant and scarred I am. They know who I was, and who I am today. He may be buried somewhere deep down, but even I don't know where, or if He's still in there somewhere.
#151 to #148 - anon id: 0425841f
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148 here, adding to what I said above. It wasn't only out of choice for me to act like this. I was an addict to prescription painkillers (oxycontin, percoset, etc), for 4 years. It takes away the sorrows of life, as well as its joys. When I got sober, that numbness never left me. My psychiatrist said that I understood what I had done intellectually, but not emotionally, which has seemed to be a common theme throughout my life. In short, my addiction turned me into a sociopath.
User avatar #64 to #6 - schmuxy
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that wasn't really relevant but damn is it a good point
User avatar #69 to #6 - AdmiralSuperman
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I don't want to say that I was that person or that I you speak for me, but you do. All those that do tread that path and haven't realised yet that you need those few people, that one person, there to help you, you best understand how heavy it hits you when you let your emotions out. Because all those emotions you suppressed, you hid, that you made the world believe you didn't feel don't vanish.

They just build up waiting for your dam to break and with out that person for me, i would have drowned.
#7 to #6 - theorangefox
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What you described just now is exactly me.
#13 to #7 - Sethorein
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#138 to #7 - anticitezenone
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I'll be your fat white chick tonight
#153 to #138 - theorangefox
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Y-you'd do that for me?
#35 to #7 - anon id: 24927e80
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Oh you're so deep and misunderstood.
#36 to #35 - theorangefox
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Just like anons. Except nobody cares about them.
Just like anons. Except nobody cares about them.
User avatar #99 to #35 - iamaniceperson
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He's not "misunderstood" at all since we understand him alot... And you can't blame a man for having feelings.
#145 to #35 - anon id: 38401f41
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User avatar #26 - doctorprofessornv
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I feel like if he is consistently failing worse than this even when trying to pass, it might be a sign that he needs extra help (like a special ed class or at least a tutor program) Tests these days are pretty idiot proof, if you can't even get above a 60 then it might be a sign that there's something wrong besides 'lack of commitment'.

Then again, this is a cartoon I am talking about. **** logic.
User avatar #27 to #26 - yordles
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Not all states have idiot proof tests, I mean my tests are difficult but the test I needed to graduate was a breeze.
#32 to #27 - anon id: e1de8732
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WHen he said idiot proof he meant that they were too easy to fail...so your state test being a breeze supports his point.
User avatar #82 to #32 - yordles
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> I mean my tests are difficult BUT the test I needed to graduate was a breeze.
#15 - nothinisnibblin
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Man, I know that feeling, I always used to screw up no matter how hard I tried