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My senior English teacher did this to my husband and I. He was acting up with a friend in class and she moved him next to me because we would "work better". She put us in groups based on skill level and made sure we were the only two with our book. 16 years together, 9 years married and second baby on the way. Every year she wishes us "happy birthday" and gives a little impish note about what she did. on Funny Pics (Upvotes: 118)
My kid has been sick for the last few days. Thank you funnypics community for being there while he wakes us up constantly. Giving me something to contemplate while Little Man battles what is most likely the flu. He's a trooper. He slept all day yesterday and then went to throw up. While holding the toilet bowl, he looks me dead in the eyes and says,"I WANT bacon". Savage Little Man. on Funny Pics (Upvotes: 54)
Ok- let me put out there WHY we learn math the way we do. No- the average adult will never factor polynomials again in their life. But factoring causes multi-level logic processes. You have to find the answer and need to manipulate the problem within a set of constraints/rules. Linear progressions. Geometry develops spatial awareness and has students develop the idea of proof- yes it's true, why is it true? It causes the student to question the world around them. I could go on and on about the philosophies of math (and yes, even Common Core math which is a good idea it's just applied terribly wrong in the United States. I have a math degrees and don't believe we should be teaching advanced number theory to kids before they are neurologically unable to handle it).., on Funny Pics (Upvotes: 77)
@KoolHandLuke, so I was a massage therapist for years and saw many many different clients. Also an army brat. Had a veteran come in one day and tell me he had a herniated disc in his back from his time in the Army. We get to chatting and he lived in Ft Irwin and trained at NTC. He trained in tank tactics and had one brilliant story. Another thank was going into an active zone but for some reason their radios weren't working/someone wasn't listening. He was told to "head them off" to prevent injuries to themselves and others. So he just straight GUNS it towards this other tank. He manages to cut him off but not before he can cut down speed in which he propels himself up in the air after hitting a ditch. The tank actually goes airborne and completely obliterated on landing. It destroyed a few million dollar vehicle. Oh, and he got a herniated disc. Biggest kicker? He only had a few weeks left as active duty. Hope I described what happened well enough- he thought it was hilarious. on Bridge out? No problem (Upvotes: 43)
@The Gay Gatsby, and what's worse, is when they find your friend innocent, the college probably won't let him back in on Huh... (Upvotes: 41)

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