i'm not stressed, and i'm bored.

Discussion in 'Random Thoughts' started by BunnySuit, Jan 27, 2009.

  1. BunnySuit

    BunnySuit Senior Member

    it's an odd feeling.

    I kind of hope I failed my chemistry exam, i could drop the class, and I would never have to be to school earlier than 10:10 for the rest of the year.

    Or I could take a painting class or "20th century war and terror" I've always thought that sounded interesting.

    who knows. But i would like to pass, I didn't do all that work for nothing. And I'd like to go to a particular college that requires the class.

    Either way, I think I'll be okay. Anyways, today is the least stressful day of my life. I've been watching television, filling out forms, I even considered taking a nap. I think I will do that on Thursday.
  2. zilla939

    zilla939 Thought Police Lifetime Supporter

    i don't know much about boredom..
  3. deleted

    deleted Visitor

    who knew you would fail Chemistry.. :D Its all good. you seem more like the political science type of person...
    But if there was such a war on terror, then there would be no street gangs in America. If the Government decided to take action, You would have civil war. Oh wait we can do that overseas and it dont matter.. Those people are not humans. :(

  4. Dave_techie

    Dave_techie I call Sheniangans

    the war and terror class sounds like an old lefty trying to indoctrinate the kiddos before they are capable of thinking for themselves

    teacher sounds like a douchebag or an idealist

    either is dangerous.
  5. Aristartle

    Aristartle Snow Falling on Cedars Lifetime Supporter

    Actually, I think the War and Terror sounds a like a useful class and a lot of fun. Plus, you'd totally meet more boys in that class than you would in a painting class.
  6. Dave_techie

    Dave_techie I call Sheniangans

    as a high school level class, it is at best propaganda, at worse indoctrination.

    great, let kids learn about it, but, someone who has decided to teach that, at that level, is not playing a straight game of cards.
  7. zilla939

    zilla939 Thought Police Lifetime Supporter

    i was wasted last night and decided to be a world-class chemist.

    i did a keg stand in celebration.
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    deleted Visitor

    more interesting is that teen agers are setting off IED's Or homemade pipe bombs in the united states. This is a very serious problem. One they dont know what they are doing and blowing up mail boxes isnt going to get anyone attention, but the ATF's, FBI, and local law enforcements.
    If kids are becoming hostile and aggresive we need to give them more ADD drugs..(joke) D:
  9. zilla939

    zilla939 Thought Police Lifetime Supporter

    xanies for the kiddies!
  10. Face Eater

    Face Eater Banned

    "War and Terror" are major worldwide issues relevant to all of us. How do you know that it won't be about open questioning of the relevant events, as well as allowing the students to find out these things for themselves?

    I can't really remember a single time in late high school when I was told "this is how it is". I was rather encouraged to investigate the issue myself and make up my own mind, about politics, war, everything, even if we were introduced to some very controversial topics.
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    deleted Visitor

    I like tar and feathers, But I couldnt investigate the Boston tea party.. :(

    OPPs I guess the subjects of history and current events changed since I was in school.. :)
  12. Fuuunia

    Fuuunia Members

    Hehe, Bunny and her chemistry exam. :) Don't worry about it, congrats on your non-stressful day. When will you know the result? :)
  13. BunnySuit

    BunnySuit Senior Member

    I got 70% on the chem test.

    I still failed the class.
  14. warmhandedcanadian

    warmhandedcanadian shit storm chaser

    Boredom...it's the same as pain to the brain,
    I know this because boredom has shown to cause pain in children...it raises stress levels and causes them to act out.

    true story.

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