I love how someone made this picture expecting others to support the person...when in reality the person has just gotten a ton of shjt for being a cry baby
What a crybaby. The world doesn't owe you anything. Using that doors obviously sets off the alarms which is going to make people think there's an actual emergency, might even alert local emergency responders.
@1371, a quarter of a million dollars a year? Good Christ I'd be a crybaby too!
@1371, I was the one who had to go turn off the alarm at 4am when people did this so like thank you for saying this. I'm glad someone thinks this way
@Sir Artorias , they chose to go there no one forced them
I hate when people pay for something, and then expect something special without following through on set expectations.
@AnimusJ, not to mention he's not even the one paying
@AnimusJ, this reminds me of a semi-long story from my freshman year at college. My friend was a bio major and was taking this science class. A few weeks into the semester, this one kid (who only ever came to class to turn stuff in and take tests) showed up for class. The teacher pulled him out in the hall and told him he dropped him from the class over a week ago cause he never came. The kid got furious, shouting stuff like "I've paid thousands of dollars to be here, you can't kick me out! That's bullish!t!" And then stormed out of the room. While it was still silent my friend said "You'd think he'd at least come to class if he was gonna pay that much." The kid stormed back in and simply said "Fvck you!" And knocked all the beakers and glass tubes off the table next to the door. Needless to say he doesn't go to our school anymore.
@Joe Dirte, seriously though. If the class was that boring and easy that he didn't need to be there to pass it then why kick him out for not being there?
@FFCrisisC, oh I agree, but then again, if your professor says they count for attendance then you should probably be there or else something like this would happen. The part that sucked most is that the kid apparently had an A in the class.
@Joe Dirte, I have aced psychology classes at my university up until the 400 level setting the curve on midterms and the final, with less than 17% attendance, and the teachers still tried to get me to "fail" the class; as such, I relate heavily with that kid.
Sometimes courses are required, and just too goddamn brainless to bother actually attending. If you can get over a 90% let alone a perfect score on a test without attending class, you probably don't need to attend class.
@Joe Dirte, that's even more reason attendance shouldn't matter he obviously already knew the material no point making him waste his time re learning it.
I think they meant $25,000, not $250,000....
@JustAnotherWhiteGuy, clearly he's not taking a Math degree
@JustAnotherWhiteGuy, I think he's saying 4 years of college at $60,000 a year
@Xanyok, is that what American universities cost per year?
@Earthman , If you go to a school outside of your own state it's usually 40-60 thousand
@Xanyok, shït that's expensive, my first year will be $6k, not including books
@Earthman , It's what I'm looking forward to when I apply in the fall
@Xanyok, you graduated?
@Earthman , Not yet
@Xanyok, gr 12 or 11? A few months until I graduate, and even then I won't be free from learning
@Earthman , End of 11
@Earthman , almost every quality private college is at least $30000 minimum tuition.
Paying money doesn't equal entitlement. These people are the worst
Ooh, someone's jimmies are rustled. But seriously just because you pay doesn't mean you can act like a jàckass, of course I guess you could but if you get kicked out for being a jàckass you don't get a refund.
At my cousins private school you pay thousands of dollars and you have to mow the schools grass, mop the floors, make food for the cafeteria, and more stuff. I don't know about you I think that's Bullsh!t
@Turding turtle, Great. You have to pay to do chores.
@Turding turtle, supposedly, the schools where they let the kids handle the "chores" actually produce better functioning graduates. Having said that though, all the stories I've heard about those schools also say they save A LOT of money by having the kids do it, so that actually makes having to pay to attend even more of a slap in the face
@your inner Yoda , the parents do the chores not the kids.
@Turding turtle, oh, well that's bullshjt then.
Who put you on the planet...? Eugh!
@Piikachu, so savage its spoiled
He has a point
Notice "my family" and not "I'm paying out of my own pocket"
YOUR parents paid, not you.
The flaw is.. The other person is paying to attend to. Don't be a dick. Also.. Disable the alarm?
@ShayMuddafzckinDavis, It's there so nobody breaks in, I assume. That's like disabling your fire alarm because someone keeps burning toast- people do it but it's a stupid idea.