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22 / M / Ribeirão Preto/BR
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Posted 9/28/12
well for me , i hate mthematic , but i like history , since i´m brasilian portugues and geography , and i´m curretly doing law
Posted 9/28/12
My fave was Modern War Histories class. Conventional warfare history and the strategems and tactics of its leaders and participants from WWI through Vietnam. Best class I ever took. Did my report on The Tet Offensive.
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I don't remember to much being in school.. I was alittle problem child when I was in my teens. I mostly hid in the computer room. if not at home. I never had to worry about graduating cause I got my GED and later went to college anyway. but my fav. class would of been the. pre cisco networking class that they had. now I hear there are all sorts of. stuff you can do in highschool that I wish I had participated in.
Posted 9/28/12
I liked my Danish classes the most. Breaking down texts, analysing them, expanding my knowledge on literature and what not, writing essays, reviews, articles, poetry, all that kind of stuff. Loved it. Was closely followed by English. English classes were awesome.
Posted 9/28/12
My worst was math, but I was really good with History and English.
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23 / F / Sexual Chocolate
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I've always enjoyed history classes, enough so that I decided to major in history. Math on the other hand can piss right the hell off.
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19 / M / Essex, UK
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Posted 9/28/12
Computing at College. Seeing as it makes up the full 100% of my 3 day a week course :3
Posted 9/29/12
English.
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27 / M / Gotham City
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Chemistry

English
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Florida, US
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Posted 9/29/12
social studies/ geography/ history

loved learning about the world.. still do
Posted 9/29/12
heh, metal shop
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20 / M / Sydney, Australia
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Quantum Mechanics
Algorithms & Data Structures
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44 / M / Memphis, TN
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Literature
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20 / M / Ohio
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Math or Science because im smarticle
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66 / M / Columbia, MO
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Posted 9/29/12
Last season of undergrad college level I attended the seniors had to attend a 1 hr class similar to a sabbatical. In it the professor described in detail what it would be like and what would be expected of any entry-level individual working for a large company with a structured bureaucracy. Since he had worked in industry for a few decades before reinventing himself via collegiate instruction his industrial expertise outshone the other professors who were career academic instructors. Looking back I wish I had taken better notes.

One thing he mentioned when working for corporate (then) was likability. If people in power liked you it was possible to be incompetent and still remain gainfully employed. To the contrary, if they didn't like you AND you were exceptional that positive aspect of you just didn't matter. Likability carried more weight than merit. If you were incompetent but liked you would stay employed longer than being meritorious but unlikable. When he said that in class my initial reaction was that he was full of shit. But looking back on my CAD experience with a curtainwall manufacturer upon graduation from that university I must admit he was right. Actually, reading the cartoon Dilbert in the funny papers accurately reflects corporate life should you choose the wrong outfit for employment.
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