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Posted: Dec 4th '09, 23:01
by tehWastedJamacan
I'm not gonna lie, dugit, but puplic school blows compared to private school.

Posted: Dec 4th '09, 23:20
by Dugit
I went to Public school for Primary (this is the British system. Primary is up to 11yrs), but then switched to Private for Secondary. God, they are a world apart. But from what I experienced at a Public school, you've got to give the teachers credit. I have many a bad memory caused by ...other... pupils at Primary.

*shudder*

Posted: Dec 4th '09, 23:35
by Fishman92
Dugit wrote:I went to Public school for Primary (this is the British system. Primary is up to 11yrs), but then switched to Private for Secondary. God, they are a world apart. But from what I experienced at a Public school, you've got to give the teachers credit. I have many a bad memory caused by ...other... pupils at Primary.

*shudder*
Private school? Lucky you.
I never got that kind of oppurtunity, but neva mind lol.

Posted: Dec 5th '09, 03:01
by irons
Dugit wrote:I have many a bad memory caused by ...other... pupils at Primary.

*shudder*
thermoplyae wrote:
let me help you

Posted: Dec 5th '09, 04:19
by envy
I hate school. Some kids are smart, but some kids are INSANELY DUMB. I usually ignore the opinions of small minded obnoxious people, but in school, I feel like everybody thinks its ok to randomly talk about the movie they saw last night, how good it was, the actors... And the teachers will actually stop and listen. )= And on more than one occasion, some kid will sit there for a minute going "Umm... Uhh OH And ugh what was it..." after they enthusiastically raised their hand.

Posted: Dec 5th '09, 05:20
by Shadowbreaker
Envy wrote:I hate school. Some kids are smart, but some kids are INSANELY DUMB. I usually ignore the opinions of small minded obnoxious people, but in school, I feel like everybody thinks its ok to randomly talk about the movie they saw last night, how good it was, the actors... And the teachers will actually stop and listen. )= And on more than one occasion, some kid will sit there for a minute going "Umm... Uhh OH And ugh what was it..." after they enthusiastically raised their hand.
Surely when you grow older you'll be able to take classes where you aren't around people like them? And if the people you have described are the advanced people, surely you should try fitting in with them instead?

Posted: Dec 5th '09, 05:33
by RyokoTK
I'm sure you have lots of good advice about fitting in with people sb.

Posted: Dec 5th '09, 06:39
by envy
nope. "Honors" kids. its pathetic.

Posted: Dec 5th '09, 07:51
by thermoplyae
Envy wrote:everybody thinks its ok to randomly talk about the movie they saw last night, how good it was, the actors... And the teachers will actually stop and listen. )= And on more than one occasion, some kid will sit there for a minute going "Umm... Uhh OH And ugh what was it..." after they enthusiastically raised their hand.
what would you prefer

Posted: Dec 5th '09, 09:36
by Dugit
I prefer constructed and meaningful conversation, rather than a forgetful, (ahem) special mess of slurrs and mispronunciations (yes, this was commonplace with the large populace of (ahem) special children). I know full well what I prefer.

Posted: Dec 5th '09, 12:41
by RyokoTK
Dugit wrote:I prefer constructed and meaningful conversation, rather than a forgetful, (ahem) special mess of slurrs and mispronunciations (yes, this was commonplace with the large populace of (ahem) special children). I know full well what I prefer.
Demonstrably you must have been the special child.

By the way, you aren't hiding your age in your writing style. At least Envy and Jamacan don't pretend to be more mature in their writing. (Also, they use words that they actually know the definitions for.)

Posted: Dec 5th '09, 12:51
by Dugit
I do know the meaning of the words I type. Just have a look at this post. I find that if one types something he doesn't know the meaning to, then why type it? Thankyou.

Posted: Dec 5th '09, 15:40
by epstein
RyokoTK wrote:Demonstrably you must have been the special child.

By the way, you aren't hiding your age in your writing style. At least Envy and Jamacan don't pretend to be more mature in their writing. (Also, they use words that they actually know the definitions for.)
Aw, give him a break. No Child Left Behind means everyone gets to play.

Edit: OH NO, Dugit is in the British system. Consider my comment revoked.

Posted: Dec 5th '09, 16:02
by Dugit
epstein wrote:Edit: OH NO, Dugit is in the British system. Consider my comment revoked.
And what do you mean by that? Sure, Gordon Brown is a pisshead...

Posted: Dec 5th '09, 16:26
by treellama
Dugit wrote:I do know the meaning of the words I type.
Dugit wrote:QUOTE(Dugit)Seriously, magnanimous thanks
Dugit wrote:QUOTE(Dugit)Bigwigs as in the users with a lot of amnesty.
Dugit wrote:QUOTE(Dugit)creme brulee
QUOTE(Dugit)'tis it not riveting?[/quote]
This last is my current favorite; I don't believe there could be a shorter word you don't know the meaning of.

Posted: Dec 5th '09, 16:41
by Dugit
I concede "'tis" (grammatical error) and "amnesty". Please leave me alone.

Posted: Dec 5th '09, 17:19
by irons
Envy wrote:I hate Pfhorums. Some kids are smart, but some kids are INSANELY DUMB. I usually ignore the opinions of small minded obnoxious people, but in Pfhorums, I feel like everybody thinks its ok to randomly talk about the misunderstood theory they looked up on Wikipedia last night, how good it was [...] And on more than one occasion, some kid will sit there for a minute going "Umm... Amnesty OH And Magnanimous what was 'tis..." after they enthusiastically started a thread.
Truer words...
Dugit wrote:I do know the meaning of the words I type. Just have a look at this post. I find that if one types something he doesn't know the meaning to, then why type it? Thankyou.
I was going to talk about this in the other thread, but I like how this one is being derailed. You are not the first person to pick out some mistake Bungie made in their game so that you might show us all how gifted you are. The problem is, no one cares. See also: The Revival of the HoT BoBs. There's an entire forum devoted to such activity. Perhaps you would enjoy yourself more there.

Also, "Thankyou."
Dugit wrote:leave me alone.
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Thankyou and Vale,
irons

Posted: Dec 5th '09, 17:24
by thermoplyae
Dugit wrote:I prefer constructed and meaningful conversation, rather than a forgetful, (ahem) special mess of slurrs and mispronunciations (yes, this was commonplace with the large populace of (ahem) special children).
a good teacher speaks to the kids he has, on their level.

additionally, a huge part of high school (and everything else) is social interaction; being repulsed by conversations about movies when you could instead be having Serious Academic Discourse is a personality flaw. i actually scolded my students for sending me questions by email at midnight on a friday. surely they have more interesting things to do with their time!
Dugit wrote:I concede "'tis" (grammatical error) and "amnesty". Please leave me alone.


leave me alone

Posted: Dec 5th '09, 17:26
by envy
wow guys. Dugit is probably going to commit suicide. thanks!

Posted: Dec 5th '09, 18:44
by Dugit
*whimper*

Posted: Dec 5th '09, 20:18
by Wrkncacnter
Dugit wrote:leave me alone.
OK Dugit. If you don't want us to make fun of you any more, you gotta do something for us.

Magnanimous Vale,
W'rk

Posted: Dec 5th '09, 20:39
by Dugit
Like what? [MErr]

Posted: Dec 5th '09, 21:11
by Fishman92
New screen & hi-res pistol :D


And leave dugit alone.

Posted: Dec 5th '09, 21:14
by Dugit
Nice. If you've got the ideas for levels, I might be able to come up with a couple of good names, maybe?

Also, love the rendering on the car.

Vale,
Dugit

Posted: Dec 5th '09, 21:33
by Fishman92
Dugit wrote:Nice. If you've got the ideas for levels, I might be able to come up with a couple of good names, maybe?

Also, love the rendering on the car.

Vale,
Dugit
Hey, nice. And yeah, names would be good!
And, yeah, I was quite pleased with the car!