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Originally Posted by mbamg View Post

I admit the theoretical stuff in math just blows your mind, but engineers put in the most work by far and have the most lectures/tutorials/labs (40+ hours/week in engineering vs. 19 hours/week in CS).

Ever heard of Engineering Science? Run away as soon as you hear of the program. Doesn't matter whether you're AP/IB - you simply won't be able to handle the workload. It will break you.

A PSA on Eng Sci: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BcPO4yhWSUg
You are making me worries and grim frown.gif

Oyasumi miina
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Is it time for Panda-sama to go to uni?

1 more week before I can participate in the thread again! Calculus midterm (2nd midterm and the last of my midterm) on thursday. F YEAH!

Oh and I bought the AD700~
post #43293 of 157255
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Originally Posted by mbamg View Post

 

I admit the theoretical stuff in math just blows your mind, but engineers put in the most work by far and have the most lectures/tutorials/labs (40+ hours/week in engineering vs. 19 hours/week in CS).

 

Ever heard of Engineering Science? Run away as soon as you hear of the program. Doesn't matter whether you're AP/IB - you simply won't be able to handle the workload. It will break you.

 

A PSA on Eng Sci: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BcPO4yhWSUg

I don't really mind workload as long as it's fun...?
I mean I pull allnighters with my own projects all the time.

 

lol never heard of EngSci, seems terrible, gonna stay away.

post #43294 of 157255
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Originally Posted by graphidz View Post

Is it time for Panda-sama to go to uni?

1 more week before I can participate in the thread again! Calculus midterm (2nd midterm and the last of my midterm) on thursday. F YEAH!
Oh and I bought the AD700~

Yeah, along with me and a few other guys. biggrin.gif

 

LOL what was the point of asking 4 advice...?

post #43295 of 157255
>get out of bed @ 1230
>JoJo ep. 10
>great half-Sunday confirmed
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SAO 23
that was pretty awesome biggrin.gif

but...

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Why can she suddenly use the admin pass without a console????
that's one HUGE plot hole!!

post #43297 of 157255
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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post

SAO 23
that was pretty awesome biggrin.gif

but...

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Why can she suddenly use the admin pass without a console????
that's one HUGE plot hole!!

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

The door was the console (sort of) ??? 

That's the only explanation I can think of.

 

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Just can't help to think Kirito is such a big cheater. Totally OP.

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Holy flaming vampire balls on a 10-foot oxidized platinum pole, JoJo part 2 is SO ********* AWESOME, MERE WORDS IS INSUFFICIENT FOR IT! It's..... beyond divine glory. Anybody who loves shonen is missing sh't tons of pure unadulterated awesomenessesesesesesessess. Best shonen this year, every year, forever. Wish I could give a 12 rating on MAL because 10 is not enough.
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Originally Posted by jgray91 View Post

Holy flaming vampire balls on a 10-foot oxidized platinum pole, JoJo part 2 is SO ********* AWESOME, MERE WORDS IS INSUFFICIENT FOR IT! It's..... beyond divine glory. Anybody who loves shonen is missing sh't tons of pure unadulterated awesomenessesesesesesessess. Best shonen this year, every year, forever. Wish I could give a 12 rating on MAL because 10 is not enough.

re-rate all your shows with the imperial scale. wink.gif

 

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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

The door was the console (sort of) ??? 

That's the only explanation I can think of.

 

lol I'll take it as a plot hole

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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post

re-rate all your shows with the imperial scale. wink.gif

i c wat u did thar
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Originally Posted by graphidz View Post

Is it time for Panda-sama to go to uni?

 

Meanwhile, I'm feeling depressed and seriously considering the possibility of dropping out of uni after ~4 years. Recently it's been hitting me hard (though I've always known it to some degree) just how stifling, trapped, and utterly oppressed academia and the current education system is. There is little to no free thought or creativity, just convention and mindless thought and action based on primitive beliefs, romantic fervor, and taking current outrageously violent and obsolete socio-political-economic-cultural conditions for granted as intrinsic states of nature. This is not a good environment for learning or science. If you try to do or say anything a little too intelligent or actually be an honest and open person, you are in need of "advisement," ostracized, or marked a failure. No one gives a flying frak about actually educating anyone. Almost no one has the ability to see things in any way other than that in which they've been told to see them. Almost no one really cares about using their knowledge and technology to actually solve problems, or trying to make the world a better place for everyone on this planet. 

 

It sickens me that pretty much everyone both attending and working at schools thinks the point of it all is to "go to school for the sole purpose of getting a "job" making someone else rich, get married and buy a house and car(s), buy stuff you don't need to impress people you don't like meanwhile people are starving and being killed everyday, have zero freedom and be in constant debt, have and raise kids which will probably end up being equally as oblivious as you because you have no idea how to educate them, die. " And you call that "success?" Well I don't want success!

 

And honestly, a degree in music doesn't get you Schiit. What's the point? Especially since I'd just end up being several thousand dollars in debt afterwards? Working in the music scene/industry doesn't require any degrees anyway. While I probably would learn plenty of useful things at school, it's nothing I can't learn elsewhere.

 

tl;dr. Sorry for the spontaneous rant. All I can say is: Don't let school interfere with your education. Gonna continue a little Toradora now and then off to bed...

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Originally Posted by manveru View Post

Meanwhile, I'm feeling depressed and seriously considering the possibility of dropping out of uni after ~4 years. Recently it's been hitting me hard (though I've always known it to some degree) just how stifling, trapped, and utterly oppressed academia and the current education system is. There is little to no free thought or creativity, just convention and mindless thought and action based on primitive beliefs, romantic fervor, and taking current outrageously violent and obsolete socio-political-economic-cultural conditions for granted as intrinsic states of nature. This is not a good environment for learning or science. If you try to do or say anything a little too intelligent or actually be an honest and open person, you are in need of "advisement," ostracized, or marked a failure. No one gives a flying frak about actually educating anyone. Almost no one has the ability to see things in any way other than that in which they've been told to see them. Almost no one really cares about using their knowledge and technology to actually solve problems, or trying to make the world a better place for everyone on this planet. 

It sickens me that pretty much everyone both attending and working at schools thinks the point of it all is to "go to school for the sole purpose of getting a "job" making someone else rich, get married and buy a house and car(s), buy stuff you don't need to impress people you don't like meanwhile people are starving and being killed everyday, have zero freedom and be in constant debt, have and raise kids which will probably end up being equally as oblivious as you because you have no idea how to educate them, die. " And you call that "success?" Well I don't want success!

And honestly, a degree in music doesn't get you Schiit. What's the point? Especially since I'd just end up being several thousand dollars in debt afterwards? Working in the music scene/industry doesn't require any degrees anyway. While I probably would learn plenty of useful things at school, it's nothing I can't learn elsewhere.

tl;dr. Sorry for the spontaneous rant. All I can say is: Don't let school interfere with your education. Gonna continue a little Toradora now and then off to bed...

Truth and nothing but the truth

You could study on your own and also hire a tutor or whatever (is there any college level tutors there btw?). You can freely do what you want with what you have afterwards. Though, there is a higher risk of unemployment since your employer do want proof of how "smart" you are. Unless you wanna start a business and know what to do with it, I'd say stick to achieve a "successful" life
post #43304 of 157255
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Originally Posted by manveru View Post

 

Meanwhile, I'm feeling depressed and seriously considering the possibility of dropping out of uni after ~4 years. Recently it's been hitting me hard (though I've always known it to some degree) just how stifling, trapped, and utterly oppressed academia and the current education system is. There is little to no free thought or creativity, just convention and mindless thought and action based on primitive beliefs, romantic fervor, and taking current outrageously violent and obsolete socio-political-economic-cultural conditions for granted as intrinsic states of nature. This is not a good environment for learning or science. If you try to do or say anything a little too intelligent or actually be an honest and open person, you are in need of "advisement," ostracized, or marked a failure. No one gives a flying frak about actually educating anyone. Almost no one has the ability to see things in any way other than that in which they've been told to see them. Almost no one really cares about using their knowledge and technology to actually solve problems, or trying to make the world a better place for everyone on this planet. 

 

It sickens me that pretty much everyone both attending and working at schools thinks the point of it all is to "go to school for the sole purpose of getting a "job" making someone else rich, get married and buy a house and car(s), buy stuff you don't need to impress people you don't like meanwhile people are starving and being killed everyday, have zero freedom and be in constant debt, have and raise kids which will probably end up being equally as oblivious as you because you have no idea how to educate them, die. " And you call that "success?" Well I don't want success!

 

And honestly, a degree in music doesn't get you Schiit. What's the point? Especially since I'd just end up being several thousand dollars in debt afterwards? Working in the music scene/industry doesn't require any degrees anyway. While I probably would learn plenty of useful things at school, it's nothing I can't learn elsewhere.

 

tl;dr. Sorry for the spontaneous rant. All I can say is: Don't let school interfere with your education. Gonna continue a little Toradora now and then off to bed...

4 years? why haven't you graduated yet?

 

Yeah, the education system is stupid... but that's the way it works now.

 

I have a pretty good reason to go to college, that is, the privilege use their resources and facilities free of charge.

I don't give a damn about getting a degree or a job as long as I can have fun doing what I want to do.

I plan on doing post-grad studies just because I can keep using the college resources for my own projects. biggrin.gif

post #43305 of 157255
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Originally Posted by graphidz View Post

Truth and nothing but the truth
You could study on your own and also hire a tutor or whatever (is there any college level tutors there btw?). You can freely do what you want with what you have afterwards. Though, there is a higher risk of unemployment since your employer do want proof of how "smart" you are. Unless you wanna start a business and know what to do with it, I'd say stick to achieve a "successful" life

 

I'm a music major, and really no one cares if you have a degree for music-related things if you're competent, so if I was going to pursue that type of thing anyway, I'm not super worried about it in that sense. If I can survive, I'd consider that success. I'm not an "ambitious" person.

 

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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post

4 years? why haven't you graduated yet?

 

Who can graduate in 4 years nowadays? I'm looking at two more years minimum from now to get a bachelor's.

 

In any case, I've got another quarter ahead at least. Already payed for parts of it. After that...I've got some serious thinking to do. My parent's will probably flip out if I propose this idea to them, haha.

 

Oyasumi.

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