It's sad. The Internet has given me more useful tips than high school ever did.
@SquidwardTorteIIini, school only worry about teaching what is on their standardized tests so you get good grades on them which rewards the schools with higher grades, contrary to common sense that would say the 'not as good' schools need more funding for teachers, etc. And after they grind you through studying rudimentary crap which you'll apply MAYBE 15% to life outside of school, you get dumped in the real word and realize the other 85% of stuff you learned was just for a handful of tests to graduate and be forgotten shortly after. Ahhh, the beauty of government controlled/enforced education system that doesn't give 2 shjts about you as a person and more as a way to make you another stupid sheep that makes them money.
@SquidwardTorteIIini, No no no. What's sad is that StuckPixel literally just reposted a photo that has their own download banner plastered across the bottom of it.
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, I'm assuming this is coming from someone who was very bad at school and blames the school and government and not themselves?
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, good luck getting a job without an education bro. I don't know of any colleges that take highschool dropouts.
@daweim0, *not that college is absolutely necessary, but highschool grads do make a lot more than dropouts.
@daweim0, I dont know, I kinda agree with him and Im 3.8 in high school right now unweighted. Like, the most useful classes Ive taken were pre-algebra in middle school, Computer Science, Spanish 3, and Animation, but only cause our teacher uses our rendering time to teach us about life and stuff.
@Can yew knot, bad assumption, djckhead. Where I lived as a kid, I was zoned for public schools with some of the worst ratings in the county. I personally did great and received a 4 year scholarship to a university but, I constantly noticed classmates struggling and couldn't get extra help they needed to understand what we were being taught (which was not applicable to succeed in real life) and some failed a year or 2 due to bad scores on these standardized tests. I don't blame the government for my own problems but I give credit where credit is due and the governments education system in America IS flawed and plenty of foreigners will agree. They care too much about scores that result in more funding instead of helping kids prepare for life.
@Can yew knot, although you sound like one of the privledged assh0les that probably went to a private or A grade public school that gets more funding when the public schools that are lower rated obviously need that funding for better teachers or longer hours for after school tutoring
@daweim0, are you a high school drop out? Where did you read me saying I was? I have a great career and just got a Christmas raise to 60k a year and I'm 26. Idk about you but I think I'm doing pretty good for myself. Learn to read, I was simply stating that America's public school system is flawed and fails many, though I was not one.
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, How would you prepare a high school or middle school kid for "life?" Having them show their educational ability in high school, apply to college with career in mind, and major in whatever they want to major in sounds like the best path. What do you propose, teaching kids "life hacks" for 4 years and hope that they are well-rounded and prepared to find a job in a competitive market?
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, The thing is, tests and classes are meant to show your capabilities to learn and apply. If I spend 3 weeks teacher quadratics to some kids and then half of them fail the "apply quadratics test," should I just spend weeks and weeks teacher them what they already should've have learned, just to give an inflated rating of their abilities? Most kids I knew in highschool with bad grades simply didn't try and didn't apply themselves. They say though classes on their phones or whatnot, and then companies that the essay was too hard
@Can yew knot, not all kids learn at the same rate so when some have a harder time understanding, do you not think a little extra help won't help? And I'm not talking about quadratics (which to me is stupid to learn before you choose a career path. I graduated at 17 and am now 26 with a very successful career and have NEVER used quadratic equations except on my end of year test). You are completely failing to see the point which makes this argument stupid. All I'm am saying is in middle and high school the should teach more practical education. How to balance a checkbook, how to apply for a job and interview (not just fill out a resume), how to apply for loans and understand credit and intrest, how to have debates and maybe even how manage life. Not solve excessive math problems. I value intelligence and greater knowledge,but let's face facts: Not everyone goes to college,not everyone that goes to college with a major get a job in that field.
@Can yew knot, and if your going to be a art teacher or construction foreman or a small bagel shop owner,you will never use quadratics. What you call life hacks are called that because most people aren't taught them but it is necessary to successfully manage your life no matter what career. You still just sound like an entitled snot because not everyone is on you level or have difficulty understanding some things while they may be better than you at others. There are essentials to life left out of public schooling and not all have the privledge of being bright or having parents to help fill in what school leaves out
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, Guess what? High school covers all that you mentioned. Checkbook, interest, loans, resume, interviews. Everything is covered in various classes and electives. Anything else to complain about?
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, Yea, and we should definitely go back to the days where everyone only knows how to do there job. It's called increasing general intelligence and offering a choice. You might want to change careers later. Also, no one wants to live in an area where a plumber ONLY knows about toilets and an electrician can't do anything except fix wites
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, if 60k is pretty good, I'm crushing it then. No one cares.
The shower steam don't work for me on shirts...Maybe dresses are....cut from a different cloth. YEEEEAAAAA😎
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, shouldn't you have said it don't worry for you on pants?
@Ashildr, that would imply I wear pants
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, the shower steam thing has never worked for me.
I thought the cup of water with pizza was disproven.
@Cellembreo, lt is invalid
@Cellembreo, I dunno, but regardless be careful with that one. Microwaving water can make it superheat so it's above boiling but not boiling, and when you disturb it it basically explodes. Lots of burns.
@VaporStrike, I thought that was for water that had all its impurities removed, like distilled water. I don't know for sure. :/
@Cellembreo, Maybe? I dunno, it happened to my cousin, I'll have to ask what water type he used.
Also never store pizza in the fridge in the cardboard box, it get all dried out in the first place. Put it in plastic containers and it stays soft for way longer
@Leprechaun Giant, this a great condom commercial in the makings...
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The pizza one doesn't work ;(
The watermark on the bottom indicates that not only is this a repost, but that the image was downloaded from this very app and then reposted back to it.
Took me a little bit to figure out how to read the last one ._. It's early, shuddup
The pizza one is wrong you want to hear it up in a frying pan works way better