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Gagium wrote:This

I took it like 3 years ago and don't have anything retained though, so whatever.

Gagium wrote:This

High school science is a joke
That’s why I only take AP classes in the humanities

Quebecshire wrote:I took it like 3 years ago and don't have anything retained though, so whatever.

I took it two years ago and I remember nothing
Then I remember almost everything from AP world which I took that same year

I had a huge post ready where I was going to lambast Paleo (especially for the wife arrest) but then he posted that he caught the guy before I had a chance. Sad!

The Constitutional Republic of Zion wrote:High school science is a joke
That’s why I only take AP classes in the humanities

Enjoy going to college for librol arts, librol

Gagium wrote:Enjoy going to college for librol arts, librol

Liberal arts is a broad and relevant designation, :clown:

Quebecshire wrote:Liberal arts is a broad and relevant designation, :clown:

Silence, leftist

Quebecshire wrote:I had a huge post ready where I was going to lambast Paleo (especially for the wife arrest) but then he posted that he caught the guy before I had a chance. Sad!

You'll have plenty of opportunities to lambast us in the future Queebecshire.

Gagium wrote:Silence, leftist

I don't know, dismissing Chemistry the way you did sounded pretty commie to me.

Gagium wrote:Enjoy going to college for librol arts, librol

I will
I’ve put down political science as my first choice for a major,
International Relations/political economy as a second

Gagium wrote:Silence, leftist

"My Chemistry class is really boring" exhales the sense that the people there have too high IQs for you; otherwise you would be interested in the subject. That will automatically translate to "This is unjust, everyone should get high grades despite their different levels of effort and the nuances of their cognitive capabilities" in the future, mark my words. And what is the equal distribution of wealth equal to? Exactly, communism. I can say that with confidence because I read that on Facebook and it had a ton of positive reactions. In fact, you insult the liberal arts, but by insulting both them and subjects like Chemistry, you are essentially dooming yourself to ignorance in all quadrants of knowledge — that means you'll be a pawn of the very people you criticize right now, when they try to bring socialism to the west.

Neo Polisophos wrote:I don't know, dismissing Chemistry the way you did sounded pretty commie to me.

Neo Polisophos wrote:"My Chemistry class is really boring" exhales the sense that the people there have too high IQs for you; otherwise you would be interested in the subject. That will automatically translate to "This is unjust, everyone should get high grades despite their different levels of effort and the nuances of their cognitive capabilities" in the future, mark my words. And what is the equal distribution of wealth equal to? Exactly, communism. I can say that with confidence because I read that on Facebook and it had a ton of positive reactions. In fact, you insult the liberal arts, but by insulting both them and subjects like Chemistry, you are essentially dooming yourself to ignorance in all quadrants of knowledge — that means you'll be a pawn of the very people you criticize right now, when they try to bring socialism to the west.

On the contrary, my opinion is that of the Laissez-Faire capitalist. You see, what we happened to be practicing in that Honors Chemistry Zoom Call was chemical equation balancing, but not just any sort of chemical equation balancing, no - Chemical equation balancing that involved math that a fifth grader could do. By stating that practicing basic mathematics that young children could complete with ease inflicted boredom upon myself, I recognized that my math abilities were decidedly better than that of what our teacher thought our abilities were. Because I was doing better than how the State expected me to, you see, I was practicing capitalism on a microeconomic level. In fact, only Communists could expect for a class to be forced to perform basic mathematics and other menial work and not become swiftly bored or tired of it.

Now, let us compare myself to Quebecshire, who is indeed a leftist/socialist/communist/radical anarchist. He said, quote, "Honors chem is/was boring and a joke anyway", but not only this, but he implied that he was helped in this class by none other than yourself. Now, relying on others for free aid seems pretty socialist/communist/leftist to me. You should reexamine who the real leftist is, librol. get factchecked

Gagium wrote:On the contrary, my opinion is that of the Laissez-Faire capitalist. You see, what we happened to be practicing in that Honors Chemistry Zoom Call was chemical equation balancing, but not just any sort of chemical equation balancing, no - Chemical equation balancing that involved math that a fifth grader could do. By stating that practicing basic mathematics that young children could complete with ease inflicted boredom upon myself, I recognized that my math abilities were decidedly better than that of what our teacher thought our abilities were. Because I was doing better than how the State expected me to, you see, I was practicing capitalism on a microeconomic level. In fact, only Communists could expect for a class to be forced to perform basic mathematics and other menial work and not become swiftly bored or tired of it.

Now, let us compare myself to Quebecshire, who is indeed a leftist/socialist/communist/radical anarchist. He said, quote, "Honors chem is/was boring and a joke anyway", but not only this, but he implied that he was helped in this class by none other than yourself. Now, relying on others for free aid seems pretty socialist/communist/leftist to me. You should reexamine who the real leftist is, librol. get factchecked

Were you the extreme capitalist that you so vainly claim to be, you wouldn't be complaining about your classes on the internet, like the people on Twitter — all socialists, I must add! — like to do about every tiny problem they face. Instead of whining and trying to exhibit your superior intellect — and hey, the people who manipulate the masses to promote and accept left-wing policies all do that — you would be refuting your teachers, showing your classmates the grim truth about public education: It's communism. But no! All you do is lazily sit there, watching the collapse of freedom and the supremacy of oppression, all whilst you whine to us that everything is so boring. Truth be told, you have no interest in promoting the salutary practices of unrestrained capitalism! You want to suffocate it, you want to see your classmates indoctrinated, attached by chains stronger than a triple bond to the State. You want to see marionettes of the Illuminati globalist elite around you!

As for me helping Quebecshire, it's the proof that I am your polar opposite: I enlighten my regional colleagues, and thus their chains break.

Zaeapa wrote:Thus the police need more new equipment

Exactly

Quebecshire wrote:I had a huge post ready where I was going to lambast Paleo (especially for the wife arrest) but then he posted that he caught the guy before I had a chance. Sad!

The wife was in on it though.

Sorry about what happened a few days ago yall. There really was no excuse for that to happen and I should have not let my impulsivity get the best of me as what tends to happen. As some of you may heard I may be coming back sooner or later and I promise not to start lashing out at people and doing what I did if/when I come back.

Greater Sacramento wrote:Sorry about what happened a few days ago yall. There really was no excuse for that to happen and I should have not let my impulsivity get the best of me as what tends to happen. As some of you may heard I may be coming back sooner or later and I promise not to start lashing out at people and doing what I did if/when I come back.

Good to hear you're coming back, the region is better with you.

Voting Recommendations for Current WA Proposals at vote: Repeal: "Landfill Regulation Act" and Commend Kenmoria

For General Assembly Resolution Repeal: Landfill Regulation Act

As World Assembly delegate I urge all members of the WA within the LCN to vote FOR this resolution. It is a very well written resolution that points out how overreaching the original legislation was. It also points out how the original resolution mandates the unnecessary creation of oftentimes redundant and underused regulations and agencies in member nations.

For Security Council Resolution: Commend Kenmoria

As WA delegate I urge all WA members in the LCN to vote FOR this resolution. This nation's actions in the WA including the passage of key legislation such as the "Data Protection Accord" and "Reducing Food Waste." Additionally this nation is dedicated to assisting WA members edit proposals and is a key member of the forum community of the WA.

Paleocacher wrote:Voting Recommendations for Current WA Proposals at vote: Repeal: "Landfill Regulation Act" and Commend Kenmoria

For Security Council Resolution: Commend Kenmoria

As WA delegate I urge all WA members in the LCN to vote FOR this resolution. This nation's actions in the WA including the passage of key legislation such as the "Data Protection Accord" and "Reducing Food Waste." Additionally this nation is dedicated to assisting WA members edit proposals and is a key member of the forum community of the WA.

9 out of 10 people who have voted in the LCN disagree :teeth:

Gagium wrote:9 out of 10 people who have voted in the LCN disagree :teeth:

I don't know why, but I chose what I thought was the correct choice.

Paleocacher wrote:I don't know why, but I chose what I thought was the correct choice.

If a resolution says “Proposed by: Honeydewistania” on it that means vote against

Gagium wrote:If a resolution says “Proposed by: Honeydewistania” on it that means vote against

Please tell my why this is.

Paleocacher wrote:Please tell my why this is.

He spammed the FCN entry point once I think, lol

Quebecshire wrote:He spammed the FCN entry point once I think, lol

yes thus vote against

Gagium wrote:If a resolution says “Proposed by: Honeydewistania” on it that means vote against

I think he proposed both of the ones up right now, lmfao

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