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#2 - Picture  [+] (10 replies) 11/17/2016 on barron +2
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#3 - anon (11/17/2016) [-]
Im not gonna delete this but would appreciate it if you did
#6 - tariv (11/18/2016) [-]
You have no power here, anon
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#10 - woozuh (11/18/2016) [-]
That was me sorry
#11 - tariv (11/18/2016) [-]
While I do concede that you do have power here, and I respect you for not outright deleting it, I cannot respect you requesting its deletion in the first place.
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#12 - woozuh (11/18/2016) [-]
#13 - tariv (11/18/2016) [-]
It's not actually my comment. I can't delete it. I was just shit-talking the anon who turned out to be you.
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#14 - woozuh (11/18/2016) [-]
Wut anime
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#15 - tariv (11/18/2016) [-]
Fairy Wish Prince
Just Google it
#13 - wait a second... now, i dont know just exactly who this gu…  [+] (5 replies) 11/07/2016 on JUSTICE +7
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#33 - gowge (11/07/2016) [-]
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#36 - Brabander (11/07/2016) [-]
Thank you for this, got a great laugh out of it!
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#32 - necrova (11/07/2016) [-]
He was given that dildo from a fan back in The Creatures because his tag is UberHax0rNova and that dildo is the Nova mold
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#18 - thumbsdenied (11/07/2016) [-]
I think hes uberhaxornova.
#21 - risenforce (11/07/2016) [-]
I know he is Uberhaxornova.
#8 - due to the commutative property of multiplication, 5x3x6 is eq…  [+] (25 replies) 09/24/2016 on I wanna be the very worst +25
#15 - amigobro (09/24/2016) [-]
yeah the teacher is incorrect in correcting if both options are equal id think. Also i kinda doubt its real, seems to obviously dumb to not be a fake pic
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#17 - addoxx (09/24/2016) [-]
No, it's believable. it's called common core, and it is hastening the dumbing down of this country. that happens all the time at my niece's school, and it's destroying children's confidence and self esteem. if i were the type to wear a tinfoin hat, i would say it's an attempt at putting the serfs back in their place as laborers for the ruling class, but it's probably just the result of idiots teaching idiots.
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#25 - mcderfenschmirt (09/24/2016) [-]
What, that particular math assignment is not common core. That's just regular multiplication that we learned as kids. And there's nothing wrong with common core. It's just adults taking one look at it and saying, "that's not I learned it therefore it's the wrong way." Common core teaches how to work out problems in your head rather than just memorizing the answer. It makes more difficult equations easier down the line.
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#43 - addoxx (09/24/2016) [-]
Yeah, that's what it's supposed to do. but for a majority of schools have shown there to be issues. The images above are not simple multiplication. look closer. the student gives an answer as though it were simple multiplication, but gets marked wrong, because it isn't done in the style they want it done. Maths have no one linear path to resolution. There are many ways to solve the same problem. well, for most of the basic stuff. Common core tries to teach there is only one way to do it, and
if any other way arrives at the same answer if it uses a different method to get there it's wrong. Which is horsespit. And when a teacher tells you flat out, no paraphrasing summarizing or beating around the bush that the way they learn to do math is different from what they are expected to do it later in jr high and high school, and that the school believes it is the parent's responsibility to reteach them, it proves that common core is a load of steamy white bullpiss. Anyone, yourself included, who says there's nothing wrong with common core is flat-out wrong. spend some time with a loved one who is not stupid, and is a whiz at math, but who's brain works differently from the common core methods and is made to feel so bad they literally cry at night, and tell me again how there's nothing wrong with making everyone think the same. Fuck you. You can't. Common core is a product of the communist obama regime and will be continued under killary, and it has no place in society.

Sorry, it's just something about which i feel very strongly. it's destroying or country, and has helped contribute to making our country less great every day it exists.

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#63 - mcderfenschmirt (09/24/2016) [-]
See, I felt like this was a purely opinionated rant not based on any actual evidence. Up until you got to the "communist Obama regime" part and now I know that this purely based on your unfounded opinion of common core. And not based on any actual evidence. The only problem kids face with common core is when they ask their parents for help on their homework they just say "don't do it the way the teacher says do it this way", and then they keep learning contrasting information and it overloads them. The picture in the post isn't common core, it's just a dumb teacher who doesn't understand math and just looked at how it was written in the answer book and marked the kid wrong.
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#69 - addoxx (09/25/2016) [-]
So, actual first-hand experience, followed by actual first-hand research doesn't count as evidence. Duly noted. You are a first class mouth-breather, and you clearly have no experience with this subject on a personal basis, you are only capable of parroting what has been spoon fed to you by some other entity (who probably has a vested interest in some way). You literally have no idea about what you are opining.
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#71 - mcderfenschmirt (09/25/2016) [-]
One person's experience doesn't define everyone's experience. One crazy dude giving a 5 star restaurant a 1 star Yelp review doesn't mean the restaurant is shit. One kid having a hard time with a subject doesnt mean we shouldn't teach it. You're describing common core as some sort of conspiracy to dumb down the masses so that, what, so that we depend on the government to do our math for us? We've been using the same teaching methods in public schools for decades and grade averages are continuously slipping. So the people who come up curriculum thought maybe teaching a more critical thinking kind of math could bring those scores up in their later years.
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#72 - addoxx (09/25/2016) [-]
Common core is not a conspiracy, it's just an awful thing. and if you think my experience is singular, or even in the vast minority, you are genuinely deluded. I'm starting to see that explaining reality to you is like trying to teach a monkey to write calligraphy: it's never going to work, and you're just going to end up flinging poo when you realize you are out of your element. You will never understand that man was not intended to think, act, and learn the same way, and trying to force us to do so is a monumental setback in the advancement of the human species. At least you will never be capable of understanding that you are part of why humanity is failing. Ignorance is bliss, so at least you have that going for you.
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#73 - mcderfenschmirt (09/25/2016) [-]
You're making zero points for your argument. You're only saying that I don't know what I'm talking about. And you just said that not all kids learn the same way which is exactly why common core was introduced. To teach new ways of solving problems. It's better to teach kids how to solve problems themselves rather than just make them memorize the answer. If they know how the problem works then they can solve more complex problems later on. Critical thinking skills are needed in this society where people see an opinion opposing theirs and they can't think of any way to prove their point other than thinking that the opposition is just flat out wrong.
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#74 - addoxx (09/25/2016) [-]
No, I've made valid points. I just didn't simplify them enough, I guess. And any critical-thinking high-school graduate is capable of seeing that common core in practice is more forcefully requiring people to thing the same than the DPRK. I hate having to point out hyperbole, but that's what that last sentence was. an exaggeration to verbally punctuate a point. I am absolutely you would have thought I was being literal, so I am explaining it to you to stop your poo-flinging before it starts. Your arguments point out succinctly that you have no direct experience with common core teaching, and you are only doubling down on your defense of an opinion that someone else gave to you. But again, trying to explain that you is futile. Monkeys and calligraphy, remember? The fact that you very clearly do not have any idea about the subject, and yet continue to defend it is, while not the most valid of points I have brought up, still a good one. You are never going to get anyone with experience in common core teaching results to believe in your recycled propaganda, I very seriously have no idea why you are even trying at this point.
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#75 - mcderfenschmirt (09/25/2016) [-]
So far your only points were that common core was a product of communism and that kids are being being punished for not conforming to the new methods. Both points don't make sense. Growing up in school, you were always supposed to show your work getting the correct answer was only hAlf the score. You had to show that you knew the process of getting the answer. They just brought that line of thinking to the younger students too. So they don't just memorize that 8 times 7 is 56. They can work out in their head HOW 8 times 7 is 56. I'm trying to understand your point of view where critical thinking skills are evil and our kids shouldn't learn them.
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#76 - addoxx (09/25/2016) [-]
Holy shit, that's what you took away from this? That I think common core is a product of communism? Are you retarded? Not in the derogatory sense, but actual, clinical mental retardation? It is not a product of communism. Point out where I said that. I dare you. Copy and paste it. (spoiler alert: you can't) And I also notice that you are desperately trying to deflect from my continual point that you still have no clue, and are only defending your opinion that was given to you by someone else. Your cognitive dissonance is so painful to your psyche that you are now performing mental gymnastics to avoid the valid and ever-present point that you are defending a process that you only know of through what someone else tells you. You have no leg to stand on here, and it baffles me why you think you have the moral high ground. Metaphorically, so you know. It doesn't matter how many legs you actually have, or your specific elevation in relation to me. I apparently have to be very literal with you, or at least provide specific explanation otherwise you will (and already have) make up my point for me, just so you have an easier time pretending to defend the opinion you have been given.
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#77 - mcderfenschmirt (09/25/2016) [-]
You literally said that common core is a product of Obama's communist regime. A product of communism. You forgot your own words and threw a bitch fit that I don't know what I'm talking about when I point them out to you. Jesus christ. You're completely incapable of arguing an opinion. Your only arguments are that I have no idea what I'm talking about. You haven't offered any actual argument other than saying I have no idea. You're not arguing a point. Try that shit in any elementary scool level debate class and you'll get an F, dude.
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#78 - addoxx (09/25/2016) [-]
I forgot nothing. you twisted my words. why do you think those are the same thing? And now you are trying to use my own point, because you don't have one of your own. big surprise. (Sarcasm, btw). Also, you are still not addressing the point, you are deflecting. That's the cognitive dissonance kicking in. Look... common core very specifically squashes individuality. Let me further explain, hopefully using a simple enough approach. I asked my niece how she knows 7x8 is 56. not just memorizing it, but how she knows. She told me that any number times 10 is that number with a 0 added. because it's times 1 with a 0 after it. and if you take 7x8 and change it to 7x10 it is 70, and a is 2 less than 10 and 7x2 is 14, and 56 is 14 less than 70. Granted, I am paraphrasing you I am not rambling on like a 9 year old girl, but then again that may be what you need. The above noted method conforms to your stated standard of critical thinking, and is well beyond memorization. Under common core, when she show her work like that, she is marked wrong. Common core is forcing her to memorize her times tables because common core says that just because she gets the right answer doesn't mean she's not wrong. She's a 9 year old girl. She doesn't need the school system telling her she is a failure because she doesn't think like you. That's the system you are defending, and yet somehow you still can't understand that you're the monster here. I am very specifically arguing a point, you are just ignoring it because it is inconvenient for you. You get the F here.
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#79 - mcderfenschmirt (09/25/2016) [-]
So you're telling me that this girl was capable of figuring out 7 times 8 without memorizing which is critical thinking which is a good thing. And you're going to tell me that it's bad. How? How is critical thinking bad? You won't tell me that. You'll tell me that it is and then you'll tell me I'm not understanding what you're saying. And you're right. I don't understand what you're saying. Especially now that you said that this girl understands critical thinking and somehow it's a bad thing because you don't quite uderstand how it works.
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#81 - addoxx (09/25/2016) [-]
I'm predicting your next comment: deflect, deflect, ad-hominem, deflect, straw man.

I'll put money on me being over 90% correct in my prediction.
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#83 - mcderfenschmirt (09/25/2016) [-]
You're the only one who ever deflected and you used ad-hominem repeatedly throughout your comments until my "you'd fail debate class" remark.
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#85 - addoxx (09/25/2016) [-]
I called it.
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#87 - mcderfenschmirt (09/25/2016) [-]
Called what, dude?
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#80 - addoxx (09/25/2016) [-]
Oh my god, try to keep up. I am not saying that's bad. Common core is saying it's bad. Her way of thinking does not arrive at the end result the same way common core tells her to get there, and considers her wrong for it. and you're defending that. you continue to do so. and then you twist my words to create a point that was never made, and then provide a counter-point to that made up argument. You have done that with nearly every single reply. You are either an incredibly gifted troll, or, as I have been guessing to be more accurate, have no idea about what you are talking. It's not that I don't understand how common core works. You can't find even one time I made that assertion. That is yet another straw man you created to argue against instead of my actual point. And yet you talk to me about failing grade school debate lol.
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#82 - mcderfenschmirt (09/25/2016) [-]
Have you considered that the problem isn't common core and instead the teacher being stupid and not being able to handle the switch from contemporary curriculum to common core? Most people I've talked to who have a problem with common core said that it's stupid because they don't understand how it works so they don't see how their kids could understand it.
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#84 - addoxx (09/25/2016) [-]
Have you considered that if a noticeable chunk of trained educators have an issue with a new method that forces conformity, maybe it's not the teachers' fault? And while I personally do not believe for a second that you have talked to many people nor have they told you they don't understand it, I will not even worry about trying to refute that because it is literally inconsequential to my point.
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#88 - addoxx (09/25/2016) [-]
Well, now there's no reply button. You deflected and argued straw men so much we hit the reply threshold. Good job.
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#86 - mcderfenschmirt (09/25/2016) [-]
A minor chunk of educators who trained in teaching the method of memorization have a problem with switching over to teaching a method of critical thinking. People who do things one particular way for years usually have a problem trying to do things a different way.
#21 - amigobro (09/24/2016) [-]
sorry to hear that, hope things get better soon.
#30 - logitech released a new dongle a few years back that allowed t…  [+] (8 replies) 09/15/2016 on Why, Microsoft? +24
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#96 - useroftheLOLZ (09/15/2016) [-]
It's different kinds of input.

Completely different.

The Xbox controller sends far, far more data out than a simple mouse, at a constant rate.

What is probably seen is a micro computer that is designed and able to handle 8 different streams of data, without latency.
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#71 - bombadealar (09/15/2016) [-]
Logitech dongle has problems as soon as you are 2-3 meters away
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#78 - chuca (09/15/2016) [-]
When do you use your pc from more than 9 feet away?
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#105 - xxTheJesterxx (09/15/2016) [-]
Makes it easier to role play when I'm sniping people
#91 - zhuftiuv (09/15/2016) [-]
When I'm using X360 pad to play on it. That's why it's bigger - to allow me that.
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#121 - chuca (09/15/2016) [-]
Why though? Unless you have one big ass TV there's no point. I understand you don't want to sit right in front of the screen but I also don't try to get as far away as possible.
#122 - zhuftiuv (09/15/2016) [-]
I've it mapped to work like mouse+keyboard (with xpadder), and use it like a remote.
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#76 - lovot (09/15/2016) [-]
Most dongles have a very limited range, increasing the size of the antenna would boost that range since most devices mostly send data, the rest of the hardware can be the same size.
#1 - how about astronaut, or captain of a powerful vessel? what…  [+] (1 reply) 08/27/2016 on Makes Me Wonder III -1
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#7 - thetarrman (08/27/2016) [-]
Sorry those are still shitty jobs. The work is hard, you boss is an a$$hole, and you're still not paid nearly enough for all the cons of the job.

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