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|#37 - Wasn't there a really ****** up one from this guy…||7 hours ago on My biggest fear||0|
|#15 - Sure, that's cool yet this **** is unacceptable? … [+] (7 new replies)||7 hours ago on As good of a reason as any...||-9|
#30 - bronywiseman (5 hours ago) [-]
You had to upgrade in order to embarrass other people too? And why does she have hands and hooves?
Everything about this tattoo annoys me.
On the plus side though, his tattoo has its own tattoos, so, that's pretty cool, I guess.
|#19 - POTENTIALLY STUPID COMMENT INBOUND! But I always thought t… [+] (9 new replies)||7 hours ago on Meth||+27|
#57 - anonymous (2 hours ago) [-]
I took a logic course in at my university, which could surely be used instead of differential equations at my A-level exams at highschool, for the purposes you listed.
The thing is math is so general, it would be preposterous to not teach it, because while logic is great for youknow, logic. - and it really is.
Math like differential equations is useful for nearly any education after high school, at least the "STEM"-fields or natural sciences, whatever you prefer to call them
Discipline on the other hand, I have not been taught yet, and I've done math from when I was 6 to now (19). Discipline is something you get from hard work, where you improve by practice. Math certainly is both, but if you're good at it already, or inherently enjoy the activity, discipline isn't coming.
I needed discipline for my biologi / social studies, that shit was boring. (And as such, rote memorisation and disciplined reading was the way forward.)
My 2 cents.
#45 - pholmes (5 hours ago) [-]
You're actually not wrong so don't feel stupid. The only thing is that when you get to higher order mathematics (Calc, Linear Algebra, DifEq etc) there's more focus on technique and methods to solve the problems. At my college you can take a class based on what you're talking about but it's generally a first year/gen ed. math class that any non-STEM major would take. For me, 3 levels of Calculus, Linear Algebra, an entire class dedicated to differential equations, and statistics. Physics ftw bro.
|#119 - **madcoww used "*roll 1, 00-99*"** **madcoww rolls 78** Gimme!||7 hours ago on Opinions||0|
|#20 - Picture [+] (3 new replies)||7 hours ago on (untitled)||+24|
|#91 - Picture||9 hours ago on Friendzoned again||0|
|#27 - Ooo... are we posting parodies?||11 hours ago on saegbon||-1|
|#21 - hfw they say he isn't qualified [+] (5 new replies)||11 hours ago on Penguin Science||+78|
#31 - sinjection (9 hours ago) [-]
Actually, scientists in Antarctica aren't permitted to have physical contact with the penguins, so I'm not sure if he was jumping away because he wanted to avoid breaking a rule. Although, this is a pretty weak argument because it seemed as though he was initially walking towards it anyways.
#28 - poutinesalad (9 hours ago) [-]
Haha, you are a much manlier man than I.
Honestly though, yes a pitbull. Some lady was training it in a field at midnight-ish and i walked by. It ran straight for me super fast barking and shit while she was chasing after it. When it got close i stood my ground and it stopped just short of jumping at me and continued to bark. She admitted she thought i was in serious trouble and asked me why i didnt run.
Honestly in a situation like that if you run you're worse off than if you stand your ground. The things going to get you regardless, at least if you stay put it may back down like it did in this situation.
I'll stand by my negative thumbs for this. It's cool.
|#68 - Yep, you guessed it... Honey badger is not a badger... … [+] (4 new replies)||11 hours ago on Friendzoned again||+21|
|#33 - My fav||01/25/2015 on Tinder Lines 5||0|