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Date Signed Up:2/29/2012
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#77 - Picture 5 hours ago on Block twits +2
#76 - Picture 5 hours ago on Block twits +4
#462 - "Just grow a new leg! It's easy!"  [+] (1 new reply) 5 hours ago on Feels 0
User avatar #463 - rockamekishiko (4 hours ago) [-]
growing a new leg is impossible (in the present, at least) what I said? not so much
#54 - "I am a programmer and no other field exists apart from p…  [+] (1 new reply) 5 hours ago on Perfect grades in America +3
#56 - anonexplains (5 hours ago) [-]
Actually, I believe programming should be part of the core curriculum for everyone because it teaches you how to literally think logically. Most people are incapable of thinking logically or at least making logical arguments. The more programmers we have, the less lib-tards we will have.
#77 - So thats what smh means  [+] (1 new reply) 14 hours ago on The Burn Ward Episode 4: A... +2
User avatar #95 - Midirr (11 hours ago) [-]
Actually not quite.
www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=smh

It means 'shaking my head (in disbelieve/disappointment)'
#18 - Teacher: "Calculate 56 X 215, without a calculator" …  [+] (6 new replies) 14 hours ago on Perfect grades in America +16
User avatar #73 - edgecutter (3 hours ago) [-]
And then an EMP bomb hits.
Woop, there goes all the tech you relied on!
Stupid example, I know. It is, however, one of many possible examples of why you shouldn't assume that technology will always be there for you.

Don't get me wrong, I'm a fervent technology fanatic. Some of my acquaintances may call me obsessive.
However, if you rely on one thing and always take it for granted, you're going to be really bit in the ass once that element is taken away. It is nigh essential to be able to continue working and functioning without what people deem "essential tools".

You don't necessarily have to learn to do it by heart. At least learn how to do many things with more primitive tools. I learned how to do many things in mathematics without a calculator thanks to my math teacher and my father. I learned how to use logarithm tables, an arithmetic ruler, etc.

"B- but muh technology is a part of me"
Let's say you're an engineer. You have to do a shit ton of calculations, but oh no, your computer on which you do your calculations broke down!
It is simply unacceptable as an excuse to say "sorry, can't get any work done. My computer broke down". If you learn how to rely on more things than just technology, you will always be more resilient to setbacks and the so called "luck" factor in careers.

How many times have you heard bitter middle aged men whine about how "luck" was against them. How they "never got their chance to shine", or the best one "if that didn't happen at that time, I wouldn't be in this position".

Maybe it's because I was born on a Thai farm. Maybe it's because I originally come from a place devoid of technology and only got in touch with it once I moved to the West. However, I always am mildly disgruntled every time I see someone bitch and moan because their luxury and technology isn't working and there are perfectly and viable methods right in front of them.
User avatar #68 - charagrin (3 hours ago) [-]
I just wish they taught us how to do taxes, open a checking account, register a car, things like that. I mean, even as an elective, thats information I could have truly used. I remember getting in trouble because no one ever told me I HAD to register my car, I just thought you bought insurance and got a sticker for it and the sticker somehow told them what your plates were.
#51 - anonexplains (6 hours ago) [-]
You still need to understand the math as soon as you enter anything higher than high school
#37 - anonexplains (10 hours ago) [-]
the teacher's reason for making you learn to multiply without a calculator might be fallacious, but there is a logical reason. If you were in any computing field, you would have to know how to multiply in order to use the most basic computing logic required to construct anything.

I could go on and on and on about the things we had to learn how to program in university that absolutely REQUIRED a very strong understanding of math at every level. Hell, in order to solve capacitance on a circuit, you had to use 2nd order differential equations that REQUIRE imaginary numbers to work. And in order to be a good programmer at the high level (where programming looks like words), you have to be a good programmer at the low level (where you program in binary and ASCII).

But I'm guessing someone who doesn't understand how to write a program that can do long multiplication wouldn't understand any of that reasoning...
User avatar #54 - wthree (5 hours ago) [-]
"I am a programmer and no other field exists apart from programming."
#56 - anonexplains (5 hours ago) [-]
Actually, I believe programming should be part of the core curriculum for everyone because it teaches you how to literally think logically. Most people are incapable of thinking logically or at least making logical arguments. The more programmers we have, the less lib-tards we will have.
#17 - If a company has a job to be done, they should pay someone to … 14 hours ago on Perfect grades in America +1
#9 - Północny Korea only needs for to Kawaii to make best Korean  [+] (1 new reply) 14 hours ago on West Korea is best Korea +2
#11 - malc (13 hours ago) [-]
Północna*, as Korea is feminine word in polish
#57 - Oh look another cartoon where the side the comic is in support… 14 hours ago on Apple making a car 0
#67 - *lego  [+] (2 new replies) 14 hours ago on Dear Terrible Human Being 0
#91 - anonymousfinn (8 hours ago) [-]
Lego is the plural of a lego? Shit never knew that o.o
#114 - okamibanshu (5 hours ago) [-]
lol and apparently i got down voted for typing Lego's rather then Lego. And considering the commercials say 'buy your Lego's today' i don't' think Lego is plural. Also, spell check is correcting lego's to Lego's and this is a new laptop so thats preset.

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User avatar rahtoga    
What do you think? Give us your opinion. Anonymous comments allowed.
#4 - vytros (05/24/2014) [-]
I just have to put this out there:

You are a great troll, I wonder how long until people notice what you're after.
#5 to #4 - wthree (05/24/2014) [-]
Thanks. I'm glad to see people appreciate my great works.
#2 - minibeep (05/24/2014) [-]
gl getting -400 mr. master trole
#1 - anonexplains (05/21/2014) [-]
Einstein was by no means an Atheist
He also called himself an agnostic, while disassociating himself from the label atheist, preferring, he said, "an attitude of humility corresponding to the weakness of our intellectual understanding of nature and of our own being".

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Religious_views_of_Albert_Einstein

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