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Student Posted: Sun, Apr 7 2013 9:53 PM

Alright, y'all. It is April. We are talking a matter of weeks until finals. Not to mention the papers you should be writing. It is time to GO HAM! 

Here is some appropriate imagry.

 

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Student replied on Sun, Apr 7 2013 9:57 PM

Though, I think Coach Taylor said it better.

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Neodoxy replied on Sun, Apr 7 2013 10:06 PM

Da fuk is HAM?

Anyway:

 

 

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Student replied on Sun, Apr 7 2013 10:21 PM

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five papers and two exams this month.

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Neodoxy replied on Sun, Apr 7 2013 10:31 PM

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WHAT THE FUCK ARE YOU DOING ON THESE FORUMS???

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Student replied on Sun, Apr 7 2013 10:32 PM

^^ haha that is about right. :P Deadlines seem to enhance focus the closer they get.

I am in a similar position to you. I got 4 papers and 2 finals. 

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WHAT THE FUCK ARE YOU DOING ON THESE FORUMS???

I've been reading and dreaming (literally*) about the issues in the paper I wrote this weekend.

 

*I had a dream last night and I woke up thinking that concepts can be bent in your dreams.  When in waking state concepts have definite meanings and cannot be used to understand other concepts in themselves.  haha  but in your dreams you can bend concepts so that they might include other concepts.  I am not sure how much sleep I was even getting.  Problem is I cannot remember the concept that I was trying to apply to whatever.  For some reason I want to say that Russia was a part of the dream as well.  (It's my Int'l Relations paper)

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This year is low key for me, next year I will be shitting bricks

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Malachi replied on Thu, Apr 11 2013 5:03 PM

Problem is I cannot remember the concept that I was trying to apply to whatever.

market-based statecraft.

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market-based statecraft.

haha check this:  i've sent you a PM.

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Neodoxy replied on Thu, Apr 11 2013 6:05 PM

 

 

 

 

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Those poor Somalis:  So I guess instead of feeding the multitude off 5 loaves  of bread, it becomes giving students a multitude of A's off of 1 day of cramming?

lol, Fuck the hungry: we need more people in the humanities department telling us to care about the hungry - that seems about right

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Student replied on Fri, Apr 12 2013 1:29 AM

lol i love the "time to get shit done" pic.

This pic regards dissertations, but it applies to me for my take home exam. I'd rather watch My Name is Earl than do my work. FUCKIN NETFLIX!

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I actually feel very sick off of coffee and red bull right now

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red bull has been destroying me this last month.  I need it, but I think it makes it harder to think when you're not 'on it'.  maybe i'll drink one now and type for the night...

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I almost always prefer coffee, but Red Bull is needed every so often because it's cold and carbonated and slightly more refreshing.  I don't like it all that much, but It's the only Energy drink that I can tolerate - the rest are undrinkable to me.

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Wheylous replied on Sat, Apr 13 2013 11:43 AM

Am I young and foolish for thinking I don't need coffee or Red Bull?

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Neodoxy replied on Sat, Apr 13 2013 11:49 AM

You could do what I do and just start doing everything ahead of time... But then again at least two of the people in this thread are currently in gradschool

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Malachi replied on Sat, Apr 13 2013 12:57 PM

red bull is crap but coffee is where its at.

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I'm glad that I graduated last year. I'm ambivalent about grad school.

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You could do what I do and just start doing everything ahead of time...

I would hope most people do this. In my field you pretty much have to.  The problem is, there is never enough studying - you never know when you "have it down", you are always learning something new - and for some of us, when you are really focused on your program, if you don't get really high marks - you've wasted time and and money and have to retake the class again - which depending on the class can be A TITANIC pain in the ass.

Moral: I am pissing coffee right now

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Bon courage les enfants!

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You guys, nothing goes more HAM than "gun sense in America"! 

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Neodoxy replied on Tue, Apr 16 2013 5:57 PM

^

That image is as irrelevant to the discussion as it is stupid.

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the PC that just took over my screen is NA.

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Student replied on Tue, Apr 16 2013 10:03 PM

Today I spent my time leisurely working on a paper that is not due till next week and felt really good about it. Only when the day was gone did I remember I have a presentation Thursday I have not started.

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Student replied on Fri, Apr 19 2013 7:43 PM

I showed my empirical analysis to my professor. He said that he thought I was doing the analysis wrong. I was all like this:

"I'm pretty sure I'm 100% right. But I will double check for your beneft."

It turns out that he was right and after correcting my error it totally changes my results (for the worse). Now I'm like....

FUCKING UP IS A FACT OF MY FUCKING LIFE I HAVE FUCKING GOTTEN USED TO. 

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Neodoxy replied on Fri, Apr 19 2013 8:01 PM

How I feel when my professor has taken a perfectly normal problem and turned it into a wierd question no one has ever seen before and I'm trying to figure out the fucking answer before the class ends

 

When I learn I only missed that A in macro by 1%

Just in the general spirit of the thread/how I will feel in 2 weeks:

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Or when the professor says to study how X, Y, and Z work, but what they really meant was to study its history and motives for their development. 

 

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Neodoxy replied on Thu, Apr 25 2013 12:22 AM

 

 

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Student replied on Mon, Apr 29 2013 1:44 AM

i thought i had it

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Anenome replied on Mon, Apr 29 2013 2:04 AM

Malachi:

Problem is I cannot remember the concept that I was trying to apply to whatever.

market-based statecraft.

That's what I'm working on :)

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Student replied on Fri, May 3 2013 12:34 AM

last paper due in 22 15 hours. 0 pages down and at least 12 to go (not to mention compiling tables, equations, etc). *DEEP BREATH*

 

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Neodoxy replied on Fri, May 3 2013 12:41 AM

Good luck to you soldier

 

 

And god's speed.

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Student replied on Sun, May 5 2013 3:44 AM

well, the papers are done. looking back, i honestly think i have spent more time editing posts on this forum than i spent writing some sections. maybe it is because talking with strangers on the internet feels like less of a waste of time than doing lit reviews and analyses on subjects i likely won't ever write in again. i don't know if that says more about how sad i am or how sad the secondary education system is. either one final next week then i'm done.

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Only grades I've gotten back so far: 

Int'l Relations: A-

Kant's Ethics: A

PHEWW

expecting

Schopenhauer/Nietzsche: B

Aristotle: B (phoned in at last minute)

Feminism: B- (although I really don't know: all I know is I went to only 10 or so classes)

Latin:  Let's not talk about that.

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Neodoxy replied on Sun, May 5 2013 12:10 PM

"Feminism: B- (although I really don't know: all I know is I went to only 10 or so classes)"

That's way too high a fucking grade for that class... Although I'm curious, is the ideology taught in school as bullshit as it is outside of college?

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yes.  they want to undermine everything that is "culture."  Redefine marriage so that it just delineates various contracts  (They don't want the state involved in relationships, but they want the tax breaks, etc. that come from state recognition).  Get rid of monogamy.  Allow children to be raised by "the community."  their ideal world is "not patriarchal" (Everything you know is patriarchal which necessarily makes their society a perfect ideal utopia of freedom where you can fuck anyone you want and no one can get upset about it...and where you can get mad at people for being sexually attracted to others).  that was not a string of bad jokes either.

I didn't go because I couldn't take it.  And when I did go I read stuff for other classes during the period.  the teacher wanted to desexualize women, but I've never seen a professor dress more provocatively.

I HAD to take the class because the other two ethics classes (Kant/Aristotle) were actually history of phil. not ethics/value credits.

AND when I brought up my play "Lysistrata" they said it was a "typical male penis oriented example of how women are seen as sex objects" (or something along those lines).  I thought it was funny (the play).

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