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Posted 1/21/13
If there were more hot chicks at Rutgers, I would like it more.
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22 / M / Denmark
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Not really no, as im forced to learn a lot of useless shit for absolutely no reason whatsoever. I like learning stuff alot but when it comes to reading a book and then writing a resume off it, i'd rather just take a crap on the teachers desk because to me thats more productive.

With that said, i'd rather learn everything that i needed to learn on my own, researching into what is really the truth instead of just being told what is the truth ( Like reading mein kampff, instead of just believing that hitler was evil, while he actually wasnt and he helped the german people more than anyone before him, but everything taught about hitler is really a twisted tale of the story. )

tl;dr Studying is great, school is for brainwashing and socializing
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god no. i go to school where if your not in a sport or a farmer you have no reason being there. if you dont fit in with either the jocks or people who get wasted and high all the time you dont fit in at all. and at my school they will constantly add on to rules, like just this year sweat pants and pajama bottoms were band who the hell does that. also the teachers have no idea what there doing either they're to old to know whats going on around them or they're young and straight douche bags
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when i was in school. no i didnt like it, not enough friends and to many enemies (people who talked shit about me behind my back) even the teachers set me up to fail. seriously, they tell you that school isnt a place to sleep and slap a shit load of homework on you which is confusing and you spend half the freaking night doing and they have the nerve to tell you not to sleep in class? b please, dont give us so much darn homework and we can sleep at night lol

personally, i learned alot more out of school, they teach nothing on the real world.
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Posted 1/22/13

kronikle wrote:

Not really no, as im forced to learn a lot of useless shit


Eventually, you'll realize everything is useless, even humanity.
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I dislike attending school in America because it is government sponsored babysitting. My teachers have no interest in challenging me academically. They call it “No Child Left Behind.” But unfortunately for a group to travel forward and leave no one behind, it must move at the pace of its slowest member. This encourages teachers to disregard the most capable and proficient students. I would prefer homeschooling but both of my parents work.
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no D= but it was a good place to nap lol
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Posted 2/24/13
Yeah, it gives me something to do.
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Posted 2/24/13
I miss being a student.
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Yes because I want to be a professional and earn lots of money xD I just don't like having to deal with so much work and stress.
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17 / M / Stoke, England
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Posted 2/24/13

trinkit wrote:

I dislike attending school in America because it is government sponsored babysitting. My teachers have no interest in challenging me academically. They call it “No Child Left Behind.” But unfortunately for a group to travel forward and leave no one behind, it must move at the pace of its slowest member. This encourages teachers to disregard the most capable and proficient students. I would prefer homeschooling but both of my parents work.


They recently attempted to do that over here, and instead of "No Child Left Behind," they named it "Success for Everyone." They're in the process of completely changing the curriculum though, and changing exam boundaries and whatnot. Probably realised they were making it too easy.
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Posted 2/24/13
NOOOOOOOOOOO
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NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO TIMES 10
Posted 2/24/13
It is ok. I miss my friends the most.
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