Clever Musings

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clio164:

zeldabuddy:

dekutree:

mcneil1991:

dingdongyouarewrong:

mazesprinter:

jsantagato:

what a fucking joke.

women earn more bachelor’s degrees than men

and yet they make $10k less than men

the logic of the world

the debt is the craziest part imo. so glad i live in canada

Holy shit…this is crazy

im gonna be 1 of those 9 hispanics damn too much pressure 

I feel like a piece of shit

I’m gonna drop out cause I developed a mental disorder in college and broke. so much for being that 1 out of 9.

fuck that I wish I partied, that way i at least would have gotten some joy out of it

It takes people so long because when people change majors, some of their basic requirement core classes may not be transferable to their new major, so they have to retake it again. My friend switched from biology ( she wanted to be a genetist) to computer science. Although they are both heavily math based, she has to retake some basic classes that were designated for biology majors now that she is a C.S major. Also, some courses that are required to get a degree may have extremely limited seating or are not offered all year forcing student to wait for a vacancy or hope to find a spot the next semester.

As a non science major, I am also required to take nine hours of scinece which includes one class with a lab. I only had to take one english class though. Some of the required classes really don’t make alot of sense to descrimitly make everybody take reguardless of their major.

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77,518 notes

zeldabuddy:

dekutree:

mcneil1991:

dingdongyouarewrong:

mazesprinter:

jsantagato:

what a fucking joke.

women earn more bachelor’s degrees than men

and yet they make $10k less than men

the logic of the world

the debt is the craziest part imo. so glad i live in canada

Holy shit…this is crazy

im gonna be 1 of those 9 hispanics damn too much pressure 

I feel like a piece of shit

I’m gonna drop out cause I developed a mental disorder in college and broke. so much for being that 1 out of 9.

fuck that I wish I partied, that way i at least would have gotten some joy out of it

It takes people so long because when people change majors, some of their basic requirement core classes may not be transferable to their new major, so they have to retake it again. My friend switched from biology ( she wanted to be a genetist) to computer science. Although they are both heavily math based, she has to retake some basic classes that were designated for biology majors now that she is a C.S major. Also, some courses that are required to get a degree may have extremely limited seating or are not offered all year forcing student to wait for a vacancy or hope to find a spot the next semester.

(Source: awkwardsituationist)

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Anonymous asked: I helped bridge some little girl scouts and i got nearly got hit by someone riding a bike and i had to keep the children from going into the water so why are bridges used, wouldnt it be safer to walk anywhere else.

fakedetectives:

you would think it would be?? I guess it’s a tradition thing. When I was little (just bridging up from brownies) we had one and we all went in the water under the bridge and were trying to drink it. It really isn’t the safest, especially when there’s other people trying to use the bridge. I bet some troops make more of a metaphorical bridge, and some troops probably rent bridges or find ones that arent really used? At least for the young girls.

We used a small footbridge that was in a park. The area with the bridge was a smaller loop in the park that was not very busy. At the time, I lived in a small town. This was when I was a brownie bridging to be a junior. Any of the other ranks, we did not really had a huge ceremony or anything. We did had a huge ceremony when i got a gold award/

I guess you could potentially work with the parks department to reserve a bridge for the ceremony.