This is me. :biggrin.gif:
What are those in the background?
Quote from Krunchyman »Quote from Soulfox »
"Furries disturb me sometimes" is not an opinion, it's a statement. Furries disturb most people sometimes.
You're right, but I don't see how that offends you.
Quote from USMC Craft »Virginia Tech (thought I'd throw it in there :tongue.gif:)
Fort Hood shootings
Unrest in the Middle East (more than usual imo)
Japan becomes natural hell
Plus threats from Yellowstone volcano
and Kim Il Sung's would-be 100th birthday is next April (2012), and the N. Koreans declare it "the day they open the gates to becoming a rising superpower", which sounds a little threating...
All this and it's almost 2012. I really think a hellavu lot more people are gonna go wild than I thought on December 21st.
We're in for a show.
Quote from zohnnyz »
Public education is pointless. It's just a bunch of teenagers who:
Don't want to be there.
Don't want to learn.
Know that you really don't need to know this stuff to survive.
Public education is a waste of tax money and time.
Quote from pwntpants »I agree with the OP
NOT saying that education should just stop at 9th grade (I'm a 9th grader myself; before you guys say anything about me being stupid, Im in 3 accelerated classes and 1 AP class lol) but really, by 9th grade, there's probably something that interests you so instead of learning all this other crap, high school should be more like a "pre-college" type deal; say you want to be a programmer, instead of learning 4 or 5 subjects you don't need, why not be able to take more specific (maybe not as specific as college) classes towards your career, like C++ and other things instead of underwater basket weaving and english class, really english class is useless past about 7th grade because now its just literature...
I also think there should be a current events class, but thats beside the point, haha.
Quote from Nazzul »You might think that school is unimportant but those who are looking for employees disagree. Try getting a job without graduating high school. I know to many people who have tried.
Quote from Vastator1 »Quote from Legendman3 »Actually I am 15 ;D Also I know that programming takes atleast 10 years to master.
sure. a kid in 9th grade can learn it, but it takes everyone else 10 years.