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Post Reply Do you find school to be boring?
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"These people are examples of millionaires that did not go to university."

People win the lottery every day, but that doesn't increase your chance.

As for being a wage slave. If you want to be self employed and go it alone, then I have nothing but respect for you. As long as you take responsibility for failing as well as succeeding. But if you feel self employment will free you from others control, then I think you ended up being born a couple hundred years too late, tax slave.
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School isn't bad, it's just the people that go there that makes it seem so. But I still remember High school and having to remember my classes almost immediately, that's the part that I don't like..
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School is so entertaining that I almost fall asleep in every class I'm in...even when the subject is actually interesting. Nothing is more enjoyable than see the teacher babble about one subject for hours and rarely giving you anything to do.
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saying that all about school is boring well you will still be hold to the ground if you think so.

mostly it depends on so much, content they are teaching you (repeating, basic's not going further or any good content to teach about or do)
Teachers, classmates, whole env around you.
Some of school is really needed, and some is just destroying you like really hard..


GTO where is that Great Teacher at?
Out Smoking?
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I find my last 3 years of school really really fun. All we did were stay on our computers and work on it. Trade school and whatnot. Really fun.
My other 10 years was meh...

Atleast school made it so I had a reason to wake up...now, not so much
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I find school to actually be quite fun. Making friends, socializing, getting involved in activities, etc. is lots of fun.

I have some friends who have graduated from college already, they tell me to enjoy it while I still can, I won't have those fun times out of school.
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Yeah its boring. Only time its fun is when I get to talk with friends

No one tries to make it interesting anymore, they just try to shove as much as they can down your throat in a year. One class, Spanish, can be fun. The teacher tries to make it. The rest are just your normal classes
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Posted 8/23/15
It beats the hell out of working an assembly line.
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I guess I do. Since its basically the same exact routine for me and I dont do anything else besides that. I go to school learn then go home. There are some classes which are very interesting but most of the time its boring. I dont talk to many people so most of my time i'm on my phone if i have nothing to do. I'm also not into many clubs/sports, only a couple.
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Posted 8/23/15 , edited 8/23/15

AiYumega wrote:


DesuMaiden wrote:

Just Google the following quote by John D Rockefeller, " I want a nation of workers, not thinkers" That's proof that Rockefeller wants to turn everyone in the world into nothing more than wage slaves to his big corporations. Rockefeller is an evil man because he wants all of the power in the world. The same goes for the Rothschilds. They are also using the schooling system to enslave humanity.


You do know he's dead right?


Well, yeah, I mean, a guy who said that back in 1900 would be, one would think.

And I'm guessing someone who doesn't even have the faintest clue who or what the Rothschilds were, outside of just borrowing a few cliche's they heard from prewar Germany?


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I'm dead serious.


You can't be. NO ONE could be, without the least trace of dignity or irony.
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Just skip classes
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When I went I loathed it for the most part. I had a hard time making connections/relating to people since everyone was obsessed with what was "in" at the time (everything pop culture) while I wasn't. I didn't want to force my self to fit in so I didn't which lead to me not having very many friends in and out of class. Not talking to many people for the duration of school which was 7-8 hours for me isn't going to bode well with my enthusiasm to go to school.Some teachers were creative with there work while other's weren't. So some classes even without the interaction with my classmates were fun and interesting. Overall did school have any real life to it? Sometimes it did however most of the time it didn't ,but for me at that point in time it was boring for the majority of the time which is why I dropped out.
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i hated taking core classes; like an unnecessary and boring 200 credit hours that i could have easily lived without

once it got to my playing field, it was gweaaaaaaaaaaaaaat
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im taking all the courses i have an interest in so no
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DesuMaiden wrote:

I love to learn knowledge, but I hate school. I find school to be nothing more than a prison. I feel that school is nothing more than a social engineering project by which the elite turn you into debt and wage slaves.

I finished 3/4 of my psychology degree, but I decided to drop out mainly because I feel school is just a waste of my time and money. More importantly, school has too much indoctrination. Even though some of the stuff they teach you in psychology classes is true, a lot of the stuff taught in those classes is politically biased nonsense. My university teachers obviously have an agenda since they teach us a bunch of nonsense.

I'm dead serious. I used to like school because I thought by finishing university I would end up having a great job. But now I realized that is nothing more than a big lie. I realized that university is a big rip-off. You will probably end up with a lousy job after university.

I live in Canada, by the way. So university here isn't as expensive as in the USA. But it is still pretty expensive.

To be honest, even if university was free, I wouldn't go to it because it is a complete waste of time. About the only good thing about university is that you can make a lot of friends there, but then again, you can make a lot of friends on the Internet too. If it wasn't for the fact that I made a few good friends in university, I would think that my university experience was totally negative.

In short, I don't only find school boring, but it is also terribly evil. Just Google the following quote by John D Rockefeller, " I want a nation of workers, not thinkers" That's proof that Rockefeller wants to turn everyone in the world into nothing more than wage slaves to his big corporations. Rockefeller is an evil man because he wants all of the power in the world. The same goes for the Rothschilds. They are also using the schooling system to enslave humanity.


Let's get this straight, you've already paid or will be billed for the years you've spent studying and you're going to drop out solely because you find it boring? How is it that you didn't have this epiphany before you entered college/uni? You've already wasted time and money. This is a poor justification for dropping out at this stage. No one has to go to university just for the sake of it. Some professions do require at least a Bachelor's degree to enter but not all. You can still end up a debt slave without having gone to uni. What do think people worry about when they have mortgages and or business loans to pay off? Every decision regarding work, recreation, social life and family life even procreation is focused on paying off those loans. That makes them wage slaves to banks. Renters are indirectly the same (myself included). Then there's taxes.

No information is totally unbiased regardless of where you get it from. Learning is something you do from the day you're born regardless on where you are.
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