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Postby Muszka » Oct 10 2008, 17:19

8| I've been there and I've seen none. Are you sure weren't simple flies? ;|
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Postby Asheera » Oct 10 2008, 17:27

I haven't even seen them, I just got some mosquitoes bites
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Postby Koni » Oct 10 2008, 17:52

An hour ago I was stinged by a wasp, when I was peeling an apple. Ouch! It burns and twiches in my right hand middle finger, and I can't use it typing these letters. But worse than that, I'm handicapped in playing Salamandre's great WoG-Map "Alexander the Great". Everybody, who hasn't played it yet, should try it AT ONCE. ;)

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Postby Pol » Oct 10 2008, 18:29

Muszka wrote:
Corribus wrote:Orcs do it everywhere.

Wait, what are we talking about? :devil:

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Here what that just reminds me? I sense a Vhilhu's humour strongly, guess where he can be procrastinating this time now??
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Postby Veldrynus » Oct 10 2008, 18:32

theLuckyDragon wrote:My random thought: Vel (wherever you are), what was that about the uni? That it sucks? Well, I can confirm it one more time :mad:


Well, our education system is a bad joke. While seemingly it functions like a big brainwashing machine, turning happy children into stupid and obedient robots, in reality "education" has two other important roles: giving the parents the comforting illusion that their children are trained to become successful grownups, AND more importantly: giving a job to a bunch of lower level intellectuals, the teachers. (Luckily, there are a few great teachers too.)
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Postby Avonu » Oct 10 2008, 18:38

Veldrynus wrote:in reality "education" has two other important roles: giving the parents the comforting illusion that their children are trained to become successful grownups, AND more importantly: giving a job to a bunch of lower level intellectuals, the teachers. (Luckily, there are a few great teachers too.)


As one of my teachers said:
"If you are good at something, do it. If you are bad, teach it."

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Postby Muszka » Oct 11 2008, 2:08

Pol wrote:Here what that just reminds me? I sense a Vhilhu's humour strongly, guess where he can be procrastinating this time now??
Dunno my friend. I'm quite buzzed now... :) Hey.. why don't we have a drunk smiley? :disagree:

Whatever....

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It's not just the education. The whole system is a crap.
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Postby Muszka » Oct 11 2008, 11:13

My not-so-random thought for today: I wonder why is so hard to spell my name correctly.. :disagree:
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Postby Asheera » Oct 11 2008, 11:34

Hehe, I also sometimes write Muzska, but then I remember it's not the correct spelling and I correct it. :D
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Postby Lord Lakely » Oct 11 2008, 12:59

Avonu wrote:
Veldrynus wrote:in reality "education" has two other important roles: giving the parents the comforting illusion that their children are trained to become successful grownups, AND more importantly: giving a job to a bunch of lower level intellectuals, the teachers. (Luckily, there are a few great teachers too.)


As one of my teachers said:
"If you are good at something, do it. If you are bad, teach it."


The Teacher gt it probably from that old Peanuts Joke :D

Charlie Brown just taught Snoopy to stand on it's head and show it to Lucy

Lucy: Wow, Charlie Brown, I didn't know you could do that
CB: I can't stand on my head, Lucy. Those who can't, teach.

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Postby Asheera » Oct 11 2008, 13:08

Avonu wrote:"If you are good at something, do it. If you are bad, teach it."
But this is very true though. Nobody would choose to be a teacher if he/she is good at that something. You have a lot of other better jobs than being a teacher.
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Postby ThunderTitan » Oct 11 2008, 13:45

Lord Lakely wrote:The Teacher gt it probably from that old Peanuts Joke :D


Only if someone found Peanuts strips written in hieroglyphs...


Nobody would choose to be a teacher if he/she is good at that something. You have a lot of other better jobs than being a teacher.


Unless you "like" underage kids...
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Postby Chai26 » Oct 11 2008, 14:37

Asheera wrote:
Avonu wrote:"If you are good at something, do it. If you are bad, teach it."
But this is very true though. Nobody would choose to be a teacher if he/she is good at that something. You have a lot of other better jobs than being a teacher.


Amen, tho teachers might be a little offended :D
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Postby Borsuc » Oct 11 2008, 15:07

No some teachers truly are good at what they do and pretty smart, they either chose that profession because they had no other choice, or because they just like to teach. Some people "like" that kind of job.
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Postby Asheera » Oct 11 2008, 15:27

Probably, but very few though
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Postby Veldrynus » Oct 11 2008, 16:51

ThunderTitan wrote: Unless you "like" underage kids...


We can only imagine the terrible emotional damages a 16 year old boy can suffer because of the sex with his hot teacher.

Damn, we always had a bunch of ancient, hysterical harpies in my school. That's not fair! :disagree:
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Postby ThunderTitan » Oct 11 2008, 23:05

Well when they started he was 13, which is more icky... but i doubt any problems would be noticeable... especially since he married her.
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Postby Chai26 » Oct 12 2008, 12:08

Veldrynus wrote:
ThunderTitan wrote: Unless you "like" underage kids...


We can only imagine the terrible emotional damages a 16 year old boy can suffer because of the sex with his hot teacher.

Damn, we always had a bunch of ancient, hysterical harpies in my school. That's not fair! :disagree:


harpies? amen to that vel, amen :(
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Postby Veldrynus » Oct 12 2008, 12:21

ThunderTitan wrote:Well when they started he was 13, which is more icky... but i doubt any problems would be noticeable... especially since he married her.


Some kids nowadays start having sex at that age. Even I think that's a bit too early (16 is more preferable). The problem is that those children are not properly prepared for it (no sex-education).

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Postby Pol » Oct 12 2008, 12:58

Veldrynus wrote:@Mods
May I start a thread about sex?

No.

I know you. Only way around here would be a hidden subforum. Something like "Mature Yard" :P
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