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Jesus.

Someone cast cure light wounds on this man, immediately.


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Drejk wrote:

*crashes stolen Imperial bulk hauler into the thread*

If I don't get a mandalorian armor, no one gets it!

It really is not that comfortable. One of my former bosses had a suit from Empire. Of course, he also owned a sputnik and a dinosaur from Jurassic Park III (or maybe II).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LOCqVm2yz2c


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I'm not sure how nudity works into this situation....


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NobodysHome wrote:

Speaking of jobs and pointlessness, Impus Minor has hit THAT age; He's always been a good student, but now he's seeing the sheer pointlessness of a lot of the homework and choosing not to do it.

Except... it got him two Ds on his last report card, which is unacceptable.

So, I have NEVER held a job where I wasn't required to do some percentage of work that I considered pointless and annoying. If you refuse to do things because you find them pointless, you will quickly find yourself unemployed and unemployable.

Convincing a 16-year-old of this fundamental-but-annoying truth is hard.

OI vay, yes!

My own 16 year old (I used to call him Mini-me, but now I can only refer to him by his given name, "Kylo Ren") ;P

ANYway, he is also at that age. Compounded by the fact that he sailed though grade school and Jr High without ever studying, because he IS that smart. (It is getting him to apply it, thats another story) BUT now he is in HIGH school, and they really are throwing too much info at you all at once. There is NO way even a genuinely smart kid can possibly retain all of it without studying.

We had a close call at the end of last year, complete with nervous breakdown (his, not mine, believe it or not!) because it was very possible that he was going to fail an 'important' class, and be booted out of an "OK" school (which houses the Arts Academy, he takes piano) and he would have to go to a "Not OK" school by our house. (He passed)

This year is much better, BUT he is still learning time management skills. He doesn't understand why he is always so tired and hard to get up in the mornings. (Because he 'forgets' or puts off his homework til late, and is up til 1 or 2 doing it)

I am also concerned about the amount of time he spends staring at his phone screen and loses track of time, and how much time he spends on Video Games (even after his homework is supposedly done)

BUT,... His last report card? All "A's" and 1 high "B".

Not, exactly, something I can PUNISH him for. :(
>_<

He has also expressed frustration with 'pointless' homework for a subject he is convinced that he will never use.
On the plus side, he has also expressed frustration with how some classes are not actually teaching him anything, and he wishes that they would!

He is a very confusing and sometimes frustrating young man.
Gotta love 'em!
:)


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Nylarthotep wrote:
Drejk wrote:

*crashes stolen Imperial bulk hauler into the thread*

If I don't get a mandalorian armor, no one gets it!

It really is not that comfortable. One of my former bosses had a suit from Empire. Of course, he also owned a sputnik and a dinosaur from Jurassic Park III (or maybe II).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LOCqVm2yz2c

THAT place is friggin' cool.

"I have Spoken."
;)


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NobodyHome's Opinion on Dubbing, Summarized in an IM to GothBard:

Gods, I hate dubbing, even in anime theme songs! :P

The theme for The Ancient Magus' Bride is magical specifically because the singer has this sharp, pained voice that reflects the lead character's internal pain. It sounds desperate, and hopeless, and hopeful, all at the same time, because of the sharp raspiness of her voice.

The English version has a woman with a beautiful, velvety voice who smooths out all the sharps.
And it sounds AWFUL.


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And while this isn't unexpected, it IS depressing. (It's an article about a study demonstrating that lies are more powerful than truth, which just depresses a Lawful fellow like me.)


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Hello, everyone!


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Ragadolf wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Speaking of jobs and pointlessness, Impus Minor has hit THAT age; He's always been a good student, but now he's seeing the sheer pointlessness of a lot of the homework and choosing not to do it.

Except... it got him two Ds on his last report card, which is unacceptable.

So, I have NEVER held a job where I wasn't required to do some percentage of work that I considered pointless and annoying. If you refuse to do things because you find them pointless, you will quickly find yourself unemployed and unemployable.

Convincing a 16-year-old of this fundamental-but-annoying truth is hard.

BUT,... His last report card? All "A's" and 1 high "B".

Not, exactly something I can punish him for...

He has also expressed frustration with 'pointless' homework for a subject he is convinced that he will never use.
On the plus side, he has also expressed frustration with how some classes are not actually teaching him anything, and he wishes that they would!

Proud Freehold is proud.

Keep fighting the power...Fullclothesadolf?


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NobodysHome wrote:

NobodyHome's Opinion on Dubbing, Summarized in an IM to GothBard:

Gods, I hate dubbing

I love you, Papa NobodysHome.


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NobodysHome wrote:

Speaking of jobs and pointlessness, Impus Minor has hit THAT age; He's always been a good student, but now he's seeing the sheer pointlessness of a lot of the homework and choosing not to do it.

Except... it got him two Ds on his last report card, which is unacceptable.

So, I have NEVER held a job where I wasn't required to do some percentage of work that I considered pointless and annoying. If you refuse to do things because you find them pointless, you will quickly find yourself unemployed and unemployable.

Convincing a 16-year-old of this fundamental-but-annoying truth is hard.

I wish I knew how to fix the "ugh, everything is pointless" epidemic among students.


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Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Speaking of jobs and pointlessness, Impus Minor has hit THAT age; He's always been a good student, but now he's seeing the sheer pointlessness of a lot of the homework and choosing not to do it.

Except... it got him two Ds on his last report card, which is unacceptable.

So, I have NEVER held a job where I wasn't required to do some percentage of work that I considered pointless and annoying. If you refuse to do things because you find them pointless, you will quickly find yourself unemployed and unemployable.

Convincing a 16-year-old of this fundamental-but-annoying truth is hard.

I wish I knew how to fix the "ugh, everything is pointless" epidemic among students.

Do you ever have working folks come speak to the class and tell them what it is they actually do?

Sure there will be some that say "I never use math, but you know what I do use is X" and the engineers/scientists will talk about how every day they use Fourier transforms or statistics to do "y"

Even a "simple" electrician can tell them about how bending pipe to run conduit for power lines uses sin/cos/tan routinely.

Deconstruction of Chaucer? Might be a bit harder to find someone that does so, but perhaps a speech writer can tell them how allusions to literary works allows them to do z...or how to avoid pitfalls like using "born in the usa" at a Reagan rally.


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continuing that trend - reading comprehension stuff is surprisingly prevalent across many disciplines.

Engineering/law/science

Would they use it as a ballet choreographer? Probably not, but that type of student should be in a different track. (see the TED talk by Ken Robinson)


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Last night I did a tech thing (transferred data to my new phone despite a bug that's not allowing that very thing to be done) and a mechanical thing (reattached my garage door's arm to the garage door), and they both worked on the first try AND I wasn't up late taking care of it. Feeling good.


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Nylarthotep wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Speaking of jobs and pointlessness, Impus Minor has hit THAT age; He's always been a good student, but now he's seeing the sheer pointlessness of a lot of the homework and choosing not to do it.

Except... it got him two Ds on his last report card, which is unacceptable.

So, I have NEVER held a job where I wasn't required to do some percentage of work that I considered pointless and annoying. If you refuse to do things because you find them pointless, you will quickly find yourself unemployed and unemployable.

Convincing a 16-year-old of this fundamental-but-annoying truth is hard.

I wish I knew how to fix the "ugh, everything is pointless" epidemic among students.

Do you ever have working folks come speak to the class and tell them what it is they actually do?

Sure there will be some that say "I never use math, but you know what I do use is X" and the engineers/scientists will talk about how every day they use Fourier transforms or statistics to do "y"

Even a "simple" electrician can tell them about how bending pipe to run conduit for power lines uses sin/cos/tan routinely.

Deconstruction of Chaucer? Might be a bit harder to find someone that does so, but perhaps a speech writer can tell them how allusions to literary works allows them to do z...or how to avoid pitfalls like using "born in the usa" at a Reagan rally.

I've actually gotten really lucky this year with my English classes. I started off the year by telling them that there are only two skills that actually matter: understanding others and making yourself understood; everything else we did in class falls under one of those two umbrellas. I don't know if that's been the answer or if it's just a good crop of kids regardless, but this has probably been the best year I've had for buy-in.

But I know it's still an issue, and I don't know if I can guarantee it will work forever.


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I think it's about time Disney stops calling their reboots "live action remakes" I've seen plenty of nature documentaries and never once have I seen a lioness willingly let a baboon anywhere near their new born baby, much less parade it around for all the savannah to see.

Next up, I hear they're doing Bambi.


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The London Underground does everything better.

(Yeah, yeah. It's a fake posted by a prankster, but it's still WAY better than anything us 'Merikuns would come up with.)


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Nerd Herd was given a simple task: investigate a suspicious groom so dad has an excuse to call off the wedding.

This turned into a 20-minute detour to dye the ranger's new panther animal companion pink and paused right after the warlock was treed by guard dogs (they were insistent that they couldn't "attack the doggos"), the rogue had started to scale the building to spy on the windows, and the tiefling ranger had just crowbar'd the door off its hinges, used thaumaturgy to amplify his voice and tell the maid not to tell anyone.

And they haven't even gotten inside the house yet.


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Scintillae wrote:

Nerd Herd was given a simple task: investigate a suspicious groom so dad has an excuse to call off the wedding.

This turned into a 20-minute detour to dye the ranger's new panther animal companion pink and paused right after the warlock was treed by guard dogs (they were insistent that they couldn't "attack the doggos"), the rogue had started to scale the building to spy on the windows, and the tiefling ranger had just crowbar'd the door off its hinges, used thaumaturgy to amplify his voice and tell the maid not to tell anyone.

And they haven't even gotten inside the house yet.

That sounds like a typical break-in session.


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Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Speaking of jobs and pointlessness, Impus Minor has hit THAT age; He's always been a good student, but now he's seeing the sheer pointlessness of a lot of the homework and choosing not to do it.

Except... it got him two Ds on his last report card, which is unacceptable.

So, I have NEVER held a job where I wasn't required to do some percentage of work that I considered pointless and annoying. If you refuse to do things because you find them pointless, you will quickly find yourself unemployed and unemployable.

Convincing a 16-year-old of this fundamental-but-annoying truth is hard.

I wish I knew how to fix the "ugh, everything is pointless" epidemic among students.

If/When/Somehow you figger THIS out?

YOU will be rich. Period.
;)


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NobodysHome wrote:

NobodyHome's Opinion on Dubbing, Summarized in an IM to GothBard:

Gods, I hate dubbing, even in anime theme songs! :P

The theme for The Ancient Magus' Bride is magical specifically because the singer has this sharp, pained voice that reflects the lead character's internal pain. It sounds desperate, and hopeless, and hopeful, all at the same time, because of the sharp raspiness of her voice.

The English version has a woman with a beautiful, velvety voice who smooths out all the sharps.
And it sounds AWFUL.

If we didn't have dubbing, we wouldn't have all the Disney songs in French. I refuse to live in such a world.


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"There's a carpet bagger in the turnip cellar!!" - Dipper Pines, Irrational Treasure.


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captain yesterday wrote:
"There's a carpet bagger in the turnip cellar!!" - Dipper Pines, Irrational Treasure.

Gravity Falls is a national treasure.


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Also, I love dubs. I need them to function.

(Because I can't afford the time to read subs when I'm trying to clean the house.)


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Ragadolf wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Speaking of jobs and pointlessness, Impus Minor has hit THAT age; He's always been a good student, but now he's seeing the sheer pointlessness of a lot of the homework and choosing not to do it.

Except... it got him two Ds on his last report card, which is unacceptable.

So, I have NEVER held a job where I wasn't required to do some percentage of work that I considered pointless and annoying. If you refuse to do things because you find them pointless, you will quickly find yourself unemployed and unemployable.

Convincing a 16-year-old of this fundamental-but-annoying truth is hard.

I wish I knew how to fix the "ugh, everything is pointless" epidemic among students.

If/When/Somehow you figger THIS out?

YOU will be rich. Period.
;)

its not that hard.

Just show them how it will lead to sex, wealth, popularity, success or some combination thereof.


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Tacticslion wrote:

Also, I love dubs. I need them to function.

I see.

informs local sandmen as to Tacticslion's location


Rosita the Riveter wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

NobodyHome's Opinion on Dubbing, Summarized in an IM to GothBard:

Gods, I hate dubbing, even in anime theme songs! :P

The theme for The Ancient Magus' Bride is magical specifically because the singer has this sharp, pained voice that reflects the lead character's internal pain. It sounds desperate, and hopeless, and hopeful, all at the same time, because of the sharp raspiness of her voice.

The English version has a woman with a beautiful, velvety voice who smooths out all the sharps.
And it sounds AWFUL.

If we didn't have dubbing, we wouldn't have all the Disney songs in French. I refuse to live in such a world.

clearly, you don't belong in this world


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About to go home. Good night, everyone.


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NobodysHome wrote:

And while this isn't unexpected, it IS depressing. (It's an article about a study demonstrating that lies are more powerful than truth, which just depresses a Lawful fellow like me.)

IMHO it is because deep down inside we WANT to believe! And thus we tend to accept things more than we should.


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I'm listening to an audiobook of Ed Greenwood Forgotten Realms short stories (it was that or book 2 of 'The Wheel of Time')


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So my Hot Teenage Sisters and I were in the wild magic grove, doing Hot Teenage Sister things, when assassins attacked! My magic failed, then it didn't, and my shirt and pants got burned away! Then my underwear exploded! Then I beat a Sharran unconscious with a busted corset! Then Unkie Elmie turned up! All this was totally necessary to the plot and not weird in any way, shape or form!


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I'm definitely in the pro subtitles camp.


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I prefer dubbed, but that is because I sometimes have problems keeping up with both the reading of the sub and the on screen action. Plus I am lazy.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

Also, I love dubs. I need them to function.

I see.

informs local sandmen as to Tacticslion's location

Dang it, Freehold, they didn’t work! I expected a good long sleep bother it all! Your sandmen are defective - I recommend the full refund!

<This dub made possible by Funination>
<Original Translation (edited for Paizo safety): bleep your bleep bleep in’ sandmen on this bleep bleep in’ plane house those defective bleeps! Octopus narf!>


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Sharoth wrote:
I prefer dubbed, but that is because I sometimes have problems keeping up with both the reading of the sub and the on screen action. Plus I am lazy.

slips out of thread

Yes, murderhobos-r-us? I would like to report a dragon in the area...


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Freehold DM wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
I prefer dubbed, but that is because I sometimes have problems keeping up with both the reading of the sub and the on screen action. Plus I am lazy.

slips out of thread

Yes, murderhobos-r-us? I would like to report a dragon in the area...

That will be 7,000 unmarked gold pieces.

Please note: We're not responsible for collateral damage.


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There WILL BE collateral damage.


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Pepe, Murderhobo Professionnel wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
I prefer dubbed, but that is because I sometimes have problems keeping up with both the reading of the sub and the on screen action. Plus I am lazy.

slips out of thread

Yes, murderhobos-r-us? I would like to report a dragon in the area...

That will be 7,000 unmarked gold pieces.

Please note: We're not responsible for collateral damage.

7000 gold! What am I, made out of money?!

How about I give you 7 gold and you switch his dubbed material to subbed?


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I was hoping for pastries, instead it's scrambled eggs, potatoes, bacon and sausage.

I don't eat mass cooked breakfast food.

It's a good thing I brought my own coffee.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Pepe, Murderhobo Professionnel wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
I prefer dubbed, but that is because I sometimes have problems keeping up with both the reading of the sub and the on screen action. Plus I am lazy.

slips out of thread

Yes, murderhobos-r-us? I would like to report a dragon in the area...

That will be 7,000 unmarked gold pieces.

Please note: We're not responsible for collateral damage.

7000 gold! What am I, made out of money?!

How about I give you 7 gold and you switch his dubbed material to subbed?

Hey, Murderhobos, I’d like to hire you: your job (and payment) is all of Freehold’s subs, leaving the dubs from the dragon you just robbed instead. You can keep the subs - I don’t need ‘em! Also, as GM, I’ll award an extra 25 XP... EACH!

Scarab Sages

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Scintillae wrote:

Nerd Herd was given a simple task: investigate a suspicious groom so dad has an excuse to call off the wedding.

This turned into a 20-minute detour to dye the ranger's new panther animal companion pink and paused right after the warlock was treed by guard dogs (they were insistent that they couldn't "attack the doggos"), the rogue had started to scale the building to spy on the windows, and the tiefling ranger had just crowbar'd the door off its hinges, used thaumaturgy to amplify his voice and tell the maid not to tell anyone.

And they haven't even gotten inside the house yet.

Sounds like its going splendidly!

Scarab Sages

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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

NobodyHome's Opinion on Dubbing, Summarized in an IM to GothBard:

Gods, I hate dubbing, even in anime theme songs! :P

The theme for The Ancient Magus' Bride is magical specifically because the singer has this sharp, pained voice that reflects the lead character's internal pain. It sounds desperate, and hopeless, and hopeful, all at the same time, because of the sharp raspiness of her voice.

The English version has a woman with a beautiful, velvety voice who smooths out all the sharps.
And it sounds AWFUL.

If we didn't have dubbing, we wouldn't have all the Disney songs in French. I refuse to live in such a world.

Or the Lion King in dutch, where Timon and Pumba speak with flesmish accents. Which makes tham even more awesome.


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captain yesterday wrote:

I was hoping for pastries, instead it's scrambled eggs, potatoes, bacon and sausage.

I don't eat mass cooked breakfast food.

It's a good thing I brought my own coffee.

delivers beers, brats to convention

I brought your favorite!


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Woran wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

NobodyHome's Opinion on Dubbing, Summarized in an IM to GothBard:

Gods, I hate dubbing, even in anime theme songs! :P

The theme for The Ancient Magus' Bride is magical specifically because the singer has this sharp, pained voice that reflects the lead character's internal pain. It sounds desperate, and hopeless, and hopeful, all at the same time, because of the sharp raspiness of her voice.

The English version has a woman with a beautiful, velvety voice who smooths out all the sharps.
And it sounds AWFUL.

If we didn't have dubbing, we wouldn't have all the Disney songs in French. I refuse to live in such a world.
Or the Lion King in dutch, where Timon and Pumba speak with flesmish accents. Which makes tham even more awesome.

I am a fan of both Subs AND Dubs,

Because sometimes even the english voices are difficult to understand, (Either bad voicing, or bad mixing and you cant hear them over the music) and sometimes you get TWO different sets of words, what you are hearing do not always match up to what you are reading. I find this both entertaining, and interesting how they find two ways to translate the same thing. ;P


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NobodysHome wrote:

Speaking of jobs and pointlessness, Impus Minor has hit THAT age; He's always been a good student, but now he's seeing the sheer pointlessness of a lot of the homework and choosing not to do it.

Except... it got him two Ds on his last report card, which is unacceptable.

So, I have NEVER held a job where I wasn't required to do some percentage of work that I considered pointless and annoying. If you refuse to do things because you find them pointless, you will quickly find yourself unemployed and unemployable.

Convincing a 16-year-old of this fundamental-but-annoying truth is hard.

Point out that 20 years ago that was me. Should scare him straight.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Speaking of jobs and pointlessness, Impus Minor has hit THAT age; He's always been a good student, but now he's seeing the sheer pointlessness of a lot of the homework and choosing not to do it.

Except... it got him two Ds on his last report card, which is unacceptable.

So, I have NEVER held a job where I wasn't required to do some percentage of work that I considered pointless and annoying. If you refuse to do things because you find them pointless, you will quickly find yourself unemployed and unemployable.

Convincing a 16-year-old of this fundamental-but-annoying truth is hard.

I wish I knew how to fix the "ugh, everything is pointless" epidemic among students.

If/When/Somehow you figger THIS out?

YOU will be rich. Period.
;)

its not that hard.

Just show them how it will lead to sex, wealth, popularity, success or some combination thereof.

...the fact that you still hiss at the sight of math throws that into doubt because math and wealth via accounting and logic is the easiest link I can imagine. Not to mention the number of math-based pick-up lines...


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Scintillae wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Speaking of jobs and pointlessness, Impus Minor has hit THAT age; He's always been a good student, but now he's seeing the sheer pointlessness of a lot of the homework and choosing not to do it.

Except... it got him two Ds on his last report card, which is unacceptable.

So, I have NEVER held a job where I wasn't required to do some percentage of work that I considered pointless and annoying. If you refuse to do things because you find them pointless, you will quickly find yourself unemployed and unemployable.

Convincing a 16-year-old of this fundamental-but-annoying truth is hard.

I wish I knew how to fix the "ugh, everything is pointless" epidemic among students.

If/When/Somehow you figger THIS out?

YOU will be rich. Period.
;)

its not that hard.

Just show them how it will lead to sex, wealth, popularity, success or some combination thereof.

...the fact that you still hiss at the sight of math throws that into doubt because math and wealth via accounting and logic is the easiest link I can imagine. Not to mention the number of math-based pick-up lines...

that's the thing.

Noone said this to me at the ages described above. The order of the day was still "do it, its soooooo easy!" Or "just do it. You need it for your diploma."

No explanation of what this was for other than passing a test. Also this was the time period where programming languages were taking off as the internet began- schools still had no idea whether this was a part of regular math or not.

I vaguely remember one of my math loving friends going to the vice principal about starting a combination programming/tax/accounting class. He was laughed out of the office, being told we were kids and couldnt write a curriculum/we should focus on the regents.


Hurray! ...I have a flat tire.


Dang it.


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Tacticslion wrote:
Hurray! ...I have a flat tire.

*shakes head sadly and looks morose*

What a shame!

*leaves thread with a suspicious looking ice pick behind his back*

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