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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#4 - scrumdillyicious
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One of my teachers said that she's totally okay with us sleeping in class because, the fact that we're falling asleep in an environment that has light, noise, and interactions, means we're completely exhausted and most likely won't be able to process any information taught to us anyway.
#5 to #4 - ididwonderbread
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I had a couple teachers like that, its pretty ******* sweet.
#11 to #4 - anon id: f85f1ec9
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If I were a teacher I wouldn't care if you slept because I don't care if you fail. Not my problem.
User avatar #43 to #11 - gytisout
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if you were a teacher it sort of is your problem. As a teacher you're supposed to find out why the students aren't learning and make it so they do.
#44 to #4 - blablub
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In Japan you can take a nap at your working place. It's even considered a sign that you were working really hard, and you earned it.
User avatar #47 to #44 - gmanofwonder
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I'm moving.
User avatar #9 to #4 - srapture
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I don't think that's really true. I'm often close to falling asleep during my lectures, to the point where I'll stab my leg with a compass and twist it around to keep me awake, which unfortunately becomes less effective over time. However, if I really attempt to listen and concentrate on making as many notes as possible to occupy my mind, I can still learn.
#40 to #4 - motherduck
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My English teacher told me that I was rude when I accidently fell asleep in her class.
MFW
User avatar #42 to #4 - biggydy
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Several of my teachers are cool with us sleeping in class, but still, even if i'm tired as ****, i don't do it, because my stuff will be gone and i'll probably have something written on my face or my shirt. ******* classmates, they're all jerks.
#13 to #4 - marikthegunslinger
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My senior English teacher let me sleep the one time I collapsed in class. She woke me up at the end of class after everyone left and recapped the lesson quickly for me. She was wonderful.
User avatar #15 to #13 - tomahawkit **User deleted account**
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my teacher lets me play my Gameboy in class, I don't think he cares if you don't.
#1 - teranin
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#35 - buymemilk
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User avatar #2 - bushingenna
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look at all those simple logic comics.
#14 - emberstar
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#49 - hellsjester
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>Be me
>in ninth grade biology
>can't stay awake cause teacher is ******* boring a ****
>during one of my study sleeps teacher gets pissed off and confronts me
>"hey jester why do you sleep in my class"
>me "i'm hypnotically learning your subject"
>teacher "write a no bs report with legit sources on this subject and you can continue sleeping in this class as long as grades are good as well."
>so next day i bring in 8 page report on hypnotic learning.
>she grades it A+ 10 points extra credit
>teacher "just don't tell the others about this and keep your grades up"
>MFW i got an extra hour of sleep from copy/pasted report and got good grade cause potato easy class and had teacher convinced i was learning in sleep.
#51 to #49 - secondfunction
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send me your report... i need it for... reasons...
send me your report... i need it for... reasons...
#52 to #51 - hellsjester
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one sec i can get you the links your lucky i saved it .... it's like 6-8 years old now.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sleep-learning
www.sciencenews.org/article/you-really-can-learn-while-you-sleep
and the rest of it was bs'd from dextor's laboratory
#53 to #52 - secondfunction
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Thank you good sir, your work will not be in vain. here, take my thumb and gif.
Thank you good sir, your work will not be in vain. here, take my thumb and gif.
#16 - mayoroftownsville
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Ok, don't study at home, see how much you learn. The schoolday is not long enough for you to be taught everything you need to know. Sorry, but thems be the facts. Get ready for college, because they are not going to give a **** if you don't study. There will be no intervention or scolding, if you're lucky they might send a mid-semester notice.
User avatar #17 to #16 - racrox
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>College
>Having to study
Pick one. I haven't studied a single thing outside of my classes (besides of course what I was already into before I went into college, but I don't consider that studying) and I get awesome grades.
#18 to #17 - mayoroftownsville
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Liberal arts majors don't get jobs.
#19 to #18 - racrox
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I am in a multi media course that deals with film and sound editing, developing interactive devices, programming in Java and other coding languages, 3D modeling and movie production, 2D animation, psychology, and the list goes on.

As well I'm only in first semester and I've already made contacts and most likely will have a job right out of the program if not sooner. Dunkass.
#25 to #19 - sofakingood
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...how does psychology fit into all those other subjects?
User avatar #27 to #25 - racrox
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I wasn't sure at first, but it's like a psychology class tailored to my program. How people perceive things and such. For instance we looked at a Hugo Boss ad that had a picture of a bottle of cologne from and angle where it looked like you were looking at a big building in a downtown area, and had the word BOSS in big letters at the top of the building. Like its supposed to make the viewer insecure and believe that one day he could make it to the top if he wore the cologne. So I suppose it ties into marketing in a way.
#29 to #27 - sofakingood
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Oh ok that makes sense. So do they actually teach you how to put subliminal messages into pictures, ads, etc. or do they just show you examples?
User avatar #32 to #29 - racrox
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They don't expressly say "This is how you do this" but more like "This is how it's been done" and then you learn from that how you can do it too. We learn about people's mental processes in regards to that. We also just finished a segment on memory and the reliability of it even if its only been 5 minutes since they've seen something. And how choice of words can greatly influence memory.
#22 to #19 - weirddark
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#21 to #19 - mayoroftownsville
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And you don't have to study (except stuff you were already into)? That's ********, unless you count pretty much all of that as stuff you're already into, in which case saying you don't study is ridiculously misleading. Also, first semester? Top kek, you don't even know the meaning of work yet. You've been at college for two months and you already think you're tough ****. Once you hit stuff you don't already know, you're going to be in for a world of pain.
#23 to #21 - racrox
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Well actually I do consider almost every class something I am into, that's why I picked the course. More power to the people the people that take big science courses in Universities if that's what they're into, but if they don't enjoy what the are doing I feel sorry for them.

“Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.”

This quote works for everything, no point in doing something you don't want to do, unless that helps you achieve something you do want to do.
#24 to #23 - mayoroftownsville
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Then saying you don't study except what you were already into is saying you don't study except for everything. It's good that you like what you're doing, but you're being dishonest.
User avatar #26 to #24 - racrox
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I suppose, I guess I've just never thought I was actually studying.
#28 to #26 - mayoroftownsville
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Let me put it this way: If you never did any Major-related stuff outside of class, would your grades still be as good? If not, then that's studying.
User avatar #30 to #28 - racrox
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Yeah I see what you're saying, but I think why I don't consider it studying is because I was doing stuff like this long before I entered the program.

Like I was working on a game in Flash a few months before I started college, and I'd work at that for hours on end without thinking of it as work of any kind, I was just having fun animating the characters and coding (albeit I'll admit when code doesn't work it is the worst feeling, especially since AS2 is like the easiest thing to code in).
#31 to #30 - mayoroftownsville
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That's fair, but it also doesn't apply to everyone, or even most people, so saying
>College
>Having to study
Pick one
is not usually applicable.
User avatar #33 to #31 - racrox
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I guess, I also think depending on where you live it might be different? Like I'm Canada so colleges are mostly hands-on type courses, with some but not a lot of theory involved whereas Universities are all about the theory and stuff.
#34 to #33 - mayoroftownsville
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I was not aware of that. In the US, the terms are generally interchangeable. Have a thumb.
#36 to #16 - ragingflamingos
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#37 to #36 - mayoroftownsville
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I got the joke, I just hate the sentiment.
#45 - iamjustheretoroll
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**iamjustheretoroll rolled a random comment #713001 posted by tarekmig at Video Games Board - console gaming, pc vs console gaming, video console and games ** :
I would probably kill them, because they would be mooning me
simple logic
User avatar #41 - PlagueDoctor
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Tell that to your finals
#3 - acidreign
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I miss having nap time.
I miss having nap time.
User avatar #10 to #3 - bonlino
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im in college, and my teacher couldnt give two ***** whether you are asleep or awake, as he isnt paid enough to care. he's chill.
#8 to #3 - ReignFox
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It's OK bro. We're here for ya. I am at least.
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