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#161 - nigeltheoutlaw (03/01/2015) [-]
Many women also take large amounts of time off or even delay starting their careers to have children, or forego advancement opportunities for more time wither their children, so they are farther behind than a man with similar qualifications who was there and ambitious. Women also tend to go for far lower paying jobs like teachers or even stay at home moms, which skews the statistics even more. The pay gap does exist, but it's due to female choices, not sexism.
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#8 - assassindash (11/21/2014) [-]
American here, and I have a firm belief that the rich have a very strong goal to make the middle class, and poor class, as dumb as possible. This being not exception, since peculiar spellings can make the brain more flexible.
Our water, and i'm not sure if this is the same everywhere else, has fluoride filtered into it, and they say it's to strengthen our teeth, but with so many stories of kids losing and chipping their teeth, myself included, I don't think it really does that much. The thing about fluoride is that it's technically considered a very mild neurotoxin. I don't think I spelled that right.....
Normally, the small consumption of fluoride wouldn't have an affect on anyone, but i'm 90% sure that if you consume it over the entire span of your young life, that it straight up affects your potential as a deep thinker.
I mean, this is all paranoid speculation, and I wish I had evidence that this was the case.... Maybe if I knew what the well informed and social rich drank, that could give a hint if i'm right or not. Oh yea, and there's also the media's corrupt BS that just spoon feeds people blatant stupidity.
Christ, I would want to live somewhere else honestly if I had the money to move somewhere else....
Oh, worst yet, the constitution and the average laws have become such a fucking joke now. People having lived with it for so long are able to just skirt and avoid, and sometimes even meander their way out of any sort of punishments and consequences.
You have all these cop stories about how they HAD to arrest someone they believed were innocent, simply because the law forces them to, and that lady justice is blind. It's been proven in American history that if enough people think something is wrong, they can just group up and BREAK the limits on what they can do.
And sure, law enforcement can try to stop a group of people, but if the people starting that movement ARE the law enforcement, what the fuck then? Checkmate.
#13 - anonymous (11/21/2014) [-]
That was like the first thing he mentioned. Like his first paragraphish thing.
#17 - assassindash (11/21/2014) [-]
I JUST made a rant about how colleges and schools in general don't make people smart, it just pretty much prints knowledge unto their brain. Answer A is Answer A becuase B C and D are all wrong, and this is why they're wrong. Anything more than that, ask a fucking teacher, or someone who's smart.
#19 - assassindash (11/22/2014) [-]
Totally disproves my point on how education is just a large copy and paste for the brain, you know, that whole trying to make me seem less credible thing.
Honestly, I've had friends who go to college and family go to college, and you know what it seems to me? It seems JUST LIKE what i'm saying it is. A big copy and paste system. More to remember, more to write down, and more to do.
And you said you were a mechanical engineer? So you remembered complex physics, math, and no small amount of chemistry then? That's real fuckin-neato.
Degrees are great, because society sees it as proof of knowledge. I'm not saying that Colleges in general don't teach, in fact, that whole copy and paste thing is all teaching is. I'm just saying that just because you have a degree, doesn't mean you're smart.
A smart person could learn what you'd have learned at a faster rate, and remember it longer. A smart person could pick up the books your college made you read, and read it faster, and again, remember it longer. Teachers are there to teach and guide the people who can't teach or discipline themselves.
In other words, education was invented for the ignorant and stupid, and it was created by a smart man. It's not there to make you smart, it's just there to inform you, and that's it. You want to be called smart? Come up with a solution to a problem others have been unable to solve. Do something nobody else has. Otherwise, you're just a fucking worker bee, there to lift bricks and place them until you rot.
In short, no I have not been to college, but at the same time, i'm currently too young to go to college, but I don't need to be old and hairy to see how things are.
Use your degree to sustain yourself, but especially use your knowledge to do things others have not. That is what it means to be smart.
#20 - damping (11/22/2014) [-]
OH God its worse than I ever imagined. A high school know it all.
You really gave it away that you haven't been to college when you said that high school and college are the same. College is not memorization. It is critical thinking, problem solving and looking at things at a deeper level.
Someone who has a college degree especially at prestigious institution is a hard field proves that they are both smart and a hard enough worker to make it through. College is based on a curve, so when you go to a top school like I do, you compete against top kids.
BTW using my Mechanical Engineering degree and the skills I learned at college like the Design Process, 3D modeling and 3D printing, I have a patent currently under review.
Shut the Fuck Up. You have no idea what you are talking about.
#21 - assassindash (11/22/2014) [-]
"It is critical thinking, problem solving and looking at things at a deeper level. "
Yea, I see no damn difference. The only difference is that it's more advanced, which I said, but you clearly ignored that part.
This is exactly what I hate about most college graduates, they always have this sense of, "I'm better than you, and there's no way you could be smarter than me without going to college."
I mean, hell, you even said it on that last sentence, "You have no idea what you are talking about."
Fucker, all you did was exactly what I thought you would do, and that's just try and talk the person you're talking to down. You're no different than the overly arrogant people I hate.
I mean, fuck, honestly it's almost the same way feminists argue. You're BULLSHIT, and therefore everything you SAY is BULLSHIT. Yea, I played down your degree, but don't you dare fucking lie to me and say that you came up with the problems given to you yourself.
You had homework given to you just the same, you had essays to write, you had books to read and copy and take notes upon, and you could not have graduated AT ALL without being the perfect worker bee.
Here's another hint it was invented as a copy and paste method, even if you knew EVERYTHING there was to know about your subject, you could still NOT PASS without DOING THE WORK, and I bet that you had to use THEIR methods, even if you had your own that worked.
And one last thing, you're not a fucking paragon of wisdom either you shit monger, I may not know that subject as well as you, but that doesn't mean there's shit that I know that you don't.
"You really gave it away that you haven't been to college when you said that high school and college are the same. College is not memorization. It is critical thinking, problem solving and looking at things at a deeper level. "
I didn't say college and High School was the same you assumptive cunt. I said that College was a larger version of High School. It's still a massive C & P tho
#22 - damping (11/23/2014) [-]
LOL I don't do half my homework. In college 90% of your grade are exams you dumb shit. I am in no way a perfect worker bee. You are such a cocky bastard. You think you know something about college but you a haven't even graduated high school. Grow up Kid.
You act like you are smart, but I doubt you even have a C average in high school. You probably blame it on the system. HAHAHAH what a tool.
#23 - assassindash (11/23/2014) [-]
Also, I have graduated, and I graduated early. Have my degree and everything. Just saving for college at this point. The degree is good for jobs and such.
Also, all you're doing is calling me shit. Go ahead and look at what you've been typing, none of it points out HOW its any different from what i'm saying, none of it points out HOW i'm "wrong." You're just saying it is.
The only good thing you said through out this entire argument was how the college you went to uses 90% of the grades in exams. And I did good by pointing out how different that is compared to most. At least now a days anyway.
You're just whining and bitching and insulting. I mean, you were trying to call me an uneduated little dick nugget, but fact of the matter is, you're acting like one.
#24 - damping (11/23/2014) [-]
I have never, ever had a class where homework was worth more than 25%. Most of the times it is worth between 10-15%.
You don't know what you are talking about. We also normally have 3 or 4 tests a semester. Not just one.
You goin learn one day.
PS. Don't talk about fluoride in your college essay.
#25 - assassindash (11/23/2014) [-]
That fluoride thing is just a suspicion, more than a belief.
Talked up like one though, that's for sure.
Also, if you don't believe me about the grading thing, here's a citation: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Academic_grading_in_the_United_States
Homework generally takes 50% of the final grade, and 50% generally means instant failure.
I have learned, and looked up, and studied. What college did you even go to?
#28 - assassindash (11/23/2014) [-]
I tried looking for a better link, but for some odd reason i'm not finding anything that tells specific grading systems for all colleges in USA.....
I was told this is how it is by most of my college graduated friends, so I know that's how it is.
I'm not necessarily finding any evidence what you're saying is true either, that's the messed up thing. If I had a link to most college systems, and it said you were right, then I would admit defeat, but nothing? Nothing at all?
The fuck internet?
#29 - damping (11/23/2014) [-]
Well it does depend. Especially on major and what they include as Homework. If they include essays and projects then it might be close to 50%. But I have had classes with no graded homework at all, just 4 tests.
What's funny is that all my high school teacher said we would have barley and homework at all. I was actually surprised by the fact we had even 20% graded homework.
#33 - assassindash (11/23/2014) [-]
Wait nevermind, Asked a college friend and he said that the grading systems vary too much to keep track of, so it would be pointless to make a site for the gradings per class, because a teacher can change how the grading works on a whim.
In his words that is....
Which is all kind of fucked up in my opinion.
You're not needed at this moment internetexplain , sorry to have called you without thoroughly making sure I could have figured it out myself.