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#11 - yeah, if you get a really nice one, you can get a much less ex…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/14/2014 on *the feeling after a shave* 0
#12 - tmgrskat (02/14/2014) [-]
Try it then.
#9 - yeah, i've been looking at straight razors since i was this po…  [+] (3 new replies) 02/14/2014 on *the feeling after a shave* 0
User avatar #10 - tmgrskat (02/14/2014) [-]
Really? I remember in a documentary I saw that they ranged from 300$ to 500$, if memory serves me right.
User avatar #11 - brrigg (02/14/2014) [-]
yeah, if you get a really nice one, you can get a much less expensive one that will do the job. i'm surprised that i found this one for 50 bucks though, i was expecting to spend like $150 bucks to get all my stuff together, but this might just be a good way to go.
#12 - tmgrskat (02/14/2014) [-]
Try it then.
#5 - i've always wondered where to buy a razor like that, or how to…  [+] (5 new replies) 02/14/2014 on *the feeling after a shave* 0
User avatar #6 - tmgrskat (02/14/2014) [-]
They are expensive as fuck.
User avatar #9 - brrigg (02/14/2014) [-]
yeah, i've been looking at straight razors since i was this post, it seems like if i want a good one that is shave ready, i'm gonna be looking at about 80 bucks just for the razor, but i did find a kit that comes with a strop, brush, soap, and bowl, and a razor, that has some decent reviews for 50 bucks.
User avatar #10 - tmgrskat (02/14/2014) [-]
Really? I remember in a documentary I saw that they ranged from 300$ to 500$, if memory serves me right.
User avatar #11 - brrigg (02/14/2014) [-]
yeah, if you get a really nice one, you can get a much less expensive one that will do the job. i'm surprised that i found this one for 50 bucks though, i was expecting to spend like $150 bucks to get all my stuff together, but this might just be a good way to go.
#12 - tmgrskat (02/14/2014) [-]
Try it then.
#607 - **brrigg rolled user reallynotdashie ** yeah, pic related… 02/14/2014 on ITT: Roll your valentine 0
#7 - Picture 02/14/2014 on Not clear 0
#39 - no, that's a hat. 02/14/2014 on Freestyle Battle +1
#38 - that's.... actually kinda smart. 02/14/2014 on Freestyle Battle 0
#246 - that's basically what i'm saying, kids are lazier, and not put… 02/14/2014 on damn ... 0
#244 - not sure which country you live in. but are you sayin…  [+] (2 new replies) 02/14/2014 on damn ... 0
#245 - allinallout (02/14/2014) [-]
my average class is 24 students, AP chem is one class of 16. In honors 8-10 of the 24 should be in normal chemistry, 2 shouldn't even be in chemistry, and in the AP class probably 3 shouldn't be in the class. I live in the united states, I'm not sure if you do too, but here we do education state by state since most of the money for education comes from the state and county governments. and you'd think presenting the bad grades would be good enough, but when you present the bad grades, the parents think it's your fault or the students fault, when in reality it's the parents fault for doing a half-assed job raising their child. "Hey little Johnny, did you do your homework?" "Yeah dad (shows him some classwork from class or some shit)" "Looks great." When you have kids, you have to be really active with them. I mean obviously a teenager shouldn't lie, but cmon. People are starting to realize this about toddlers and shit, but I really think it should extend at least until the child is 15.
User avatar #246 - brrigg (02/14/2014) [-]
that's basically what i'm saying, kids are lazier, and not putting in the work needed to be successful in those classes, sure parents that aren't involved with their kids lives may be the source, but it's the kids themselves not applying themselves in the first place that is making the rest of their lives harder. they do it to themselves and i don't feel sorry for them.
#242 - okay, you watch too much ******* television, and …  [+] (4 new replies) 02/14/2014 on damn ... 0
#243 - allinallout (02/14/2014) [-]
lol I'm a highschool chemistry teacher. This shit happens in real life. Open enrollment in AP classes, which they do at all public schools in my county, and probably most in the state, means that parents can put their average child in an AP class (AP chemistry) when he really would be having trouble taking honors.
User avatar #244 - brrigg (02/14/2014) [-]
not sure which country you live in.

but are you saying that every time you have open enrollment for these classes, half your class shouldn't be enrolling in it, and there is no possible way that you can explain to their parent's that they shouldn't be in the class because they wont perform well, or they don't believe you and then when you have conferences, you can't use poor results as proof to pull the child out of those classes?
#245 - allinallout (02/14/2014) [-]
my average class is 24 students, AP chem is one class of 16. In honors 8-10 of the 24 should be in normal chemistry, 2 shouldn't even be in chemistry, and in the AP class probably 3 shouldn't be in the class. I live in the united states, I'm not sure if you do too, but here we do education state by state since most of the money for education comes from the state and county governments. and you'd think presenting the bad grades would be good enough, but when you present the bad grades, the parents think it's your fault or the students fault, when in reality it's the parents fault for doing a half-assed job raising their child. "Hey little Johnny, did you do your homework?" "Yeah dad (shows him some classwork from class or some shit)" "Looks great." When you have kids, you have to be really active with them. I mean obviously a teenager shouldn't lie, but cmon. People are starting to realize this about toddlers and shit, but I really think it should extend at least until the child is 15.
User avatar #246 - brrigg (02/14/2014) [-]
that's basically what i'm saying, kids are lazier, and not putting in the work needed to be successful in those classes, sure parents that aren't involved with their kids lives may be the source, but it's the kids themselves not applying themselves in the first place that is making the rest of their lives harder. they do it to themselves and i don't feel sorry for them.
#238 - you'll notice all the red thumbs for comments calling out the … 02/14/2014 on damn ... 0
#237 - yes, you've hit the nail on the head, parent's with expectatio…  [+] (6 new replies) 02/14/2014 on damn ... 0
#241 - allinallout (02/14/2014) [-]
expecting your child to do something, and expecting your dumb child to be a doctor and then telling him he's tearing his family apart because he got a C in Biology, are two completely different things buddy. and that's what I meant. You fucking missed it
User avatar #242 - brrigg (02/14/2014) [-]
okay, you watch too much fucking television, and you should probably stop being such a whiny little shit, parents aren't fucking retarded, if their child is smart, then they know it, and are disappointed when they don't apply themselves, if a child isn't intellectually talented and struggles, parent's know this too, and usually offer more support and encouragement for them to improve. but hey, what would i know, because you are the first person in the history of ever, to go through anything like what you're going through, and nobody will every understand you. you should DEFINITELY keep complaining.
#243 - allinallout (02/14/2014) [-]
lol I'm a highschool chemistry teacher. This shit happens in real life. Open enrollment in AP classes, which they do at all public schools in my county, and probably most in the state, means that parents can put their average child in an AP class (AP chemistry) when he really would be having trouble taking honors.
User avatar #244 - brrigg (02/14/2014) [-]
not sure which country you live in.

but are you saying that every time you have open enrollment for these classes, half your class shouldn't be enrolling in it, and there is no possible way that you can explain to their parent's that they shouldn't be in the class because they wont perform well, or they don't believe you and then when you have conferences, you can't use poor results as proof to pull the child out of those classes?
#245 - allinallout (02/14/2014) [-]
my average class is 24 students, AP chem is one class of 16. In honors 8-10 of the 24 should be in normal chemistry, 2 shouldn't even be in chemistry, and in the AP class probably 3 shouldn't be in the class. I live in the united states, I'm not sure if you do too, but here we do education state by state since most of the money for education comes from the state and county governments. and you'd think presenting the bad grades would be good enough, but when you present the bad grades, the parents think it's your fault or the students fault, when in reality it's the parents fault for doing a half-assed job raising their child. "Hey little Johnny, did you do your homework?" "Yeah dad (shows him some classwork from class or some shit)" "Looks great." When you have kids, you have to be really active with them. I mean obviously a teenager shouldn't lie, but cmon. People are starting to realize this about toddlers and shit, but I really think it should extend at least until the child is 15.
User avatar #246 - brrigg (02/14/2014) [-]
that's basically what i'm saying, kids are lazier, and not putting in the work needed to be successful in those classes, sure parents that aren't involved with their kids lives may be the source, but it's the kids themselves not applying themselves in the first place that is making the rest of their lives harder. they do it to themselves and i don't feel sorry for them.
#212 - it's probably just our problem, but i don't know, i can't say …  [+] (9 new replies) 02/13/2014 on damn ... 0
#221 - anonymous (02/13/2014) [-]
Imagine having parents who are college graduates who haven't been able to help you with your homework since middle school. My high school work was equivalent to their college work. Then they say they understand and went through the same thing. Even though they have no idea that you started losing friends to serious drugs before high school started. I'm currently a high school graduate unsure what I'm going to do with my life. I live in a suburb, in one of the richest counties and states in the entire country. Yes you see a lot of children complaining but that's not the majority, that's the one's who voice it. Not trying to go off on you just throwing in my 2 cents.
#216 - allinallout (02/13/2014) [-]
lol you have no idea what you're talking about. it's not the children, children have always complained. It's the parents. Parents don't understand that a child has limitations. They set they're expectations too high and then can't even bring themselves to love their child when they don't meet their expectations. I see it happen every year
User avatar #237 - brrigg (02/14/2014) [-]
yes, you've hit the nail on the head, parent's with expectations of their children don't love them. you heard it here first folks, if you expect your children to do anything, you don't love them, and are a bad parent.
#241 - allinallout (02/14/2014) [-]
expecting your child to do something, and expecting your dumb child to be a doctor and then telling him he's tearing his family apart because he got a C in Biology, are two completely different things buddy. and that's what I meant. You fucking missed it
User avatar #242 - brrigg (02/14/2014) [-]
okay, you watch too much fucking television, and you should probably stop being such a whiny little shit, parents aren't fucking retarded, if their child is smart, then they know it, and are disappointed when they don't apply themselves, if a child isn't intellectually talented and struggles, parent's know this too, and usually offer more support and encouragement for them to improve. but hey, what would i know, because you are the first person in the history of ever, to go through anything like what you're going through, and nobody will every understand you. you should DEFINITELY keep complaining.
#243 - allinallout (02/14/2014) [-]
lol I'm a highschool chemistry teacher. This shit happens in real life. Open enrollment in AP classes, which they do at all public schools in my county, and probably most in the state, means that parents can put their average child in an AP class (AP chemistry) when he really would be having trouble taking honors.
User avatar #244 - brrigg (02/14/2014) [-]
not sure which country you live in.

but are you saying that every time you have open enrollment for these classes, half your class shouldn't be enrolling in it, and there is no possible way that you can explain to their parent's that they shouldn't be in the class because they wont perform well, or they don't believe you and then when you have conferences, you can't use poor results as proof to pull the child out of those classes?
#245 - allinallout (02/14/2014) [-]
my average class is 24 students, AP chem is one class of 16. In honors 8-10 of the 24 should be in normal chemistry, 2 shouldn't even be in chemistry, and in the AP class probably 3 shouldn't be in the class. I live in the united states, I'm not sure if you do too, but here we do education state by state since most of the money for education comes from the state and county governments. and you'd think presenting the bad grades would be good enough, but when you present the bad grades, the parents think it's your fault or the students fault, when in reality it's the parents fault for doing a half-assed job raising their child. "Hey little Johnny, did you do your homework?" "Yeah dad (shows him some classwork from class or some shit)" "Looks great." When you have kids, you have to be really active with them. I mean obviously a teenager shouldn't lie, but cmon. People are starting to realize this about toddlers and shit, but I really think it should extend at least until the child is 15.
User avatar #246 - brrigg (02/14/2014) [-]
that's basically what i'm saying, kids are lazier, and not putting in the work needed to be successful in those classes, sure parents that aren't involved with their kids lives may be the source, but it's the kids themselves not applying themselves in the first place that is making the rest of their lives harder. they do it to themselves and i don't feel sorry for them.
#210 - yes but not all of that information is even relevant anymore, …  [+] (1 new reply) 02/13/2014 on damn ... +1
#214 - flynnon (02/13/2014) [-]
Maybe lazier if you look at physical demands, however, with all this information being thrown into your face in today's society, mentally, kids have to ''work'' way harder to deal with all that information.

I'm speaking from personal 'experience', because of my autism, things like school are really tiresome for me, I can't go to school and have a job on the same day without pushing myself over the limits and getting physical problems from it. This results in money problem because I don't have a job etc etc. Were I born in an earlier generation, focussing on one thing would have been suficient, which is what I'm extremely good at. But I just can't deal with so much info, which often makes me worry about the future, when I'll have a job and a million other things at the same time. So this more advanced society is actually worse for some people.
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#50 - just don't overdo it. 02/13/2014 on Making friends is so simple 0
#49 - i mean yeah, it could be made up, but this is something that g… 02/13/2014 on Making friends is so simple 0
#46 - Picture 02/13/2014 on Making friends is so simple 0
#109 - nobody cares, don't be that guy. 02/13/2014 on Oh yes. +2
#106 - and yet, he's hilarious.  [+] (2 new replies) 02/13/2014 on Oh yes. +1
User avatar #107 - xxgirlgamerxx (02/13/2014) [-]
i dont think so. but who cares cuz ima girl!!
#109 - brrigg (02/13/2014) [-]
nobody cares, don't be that guy.
#134 - ...i regret my capitalization choices.  [+] (1 new reply) 02/13/2014 on damn ... +3
User avatar #160 - xxbandwagonxx (02/13/2014) [-]
Shit happens
#132 - TL R Kids are whiney little ***** .  [+] (2 new replies) 02/13/2014 on damn ... -2
User avatar #134 - brrigg (02/13/2014) [-]
...i regret my capitalization choices.
User avatar #160 - xxbandwagonxx (02/13/2014) [-]
Shit happens
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