First day of yoga was legit

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Jesus the Friend

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01-23-2013

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On studying feminists and their nonsense, I've actually seen them comment about things in the manner you attempted to get me to comment on, I.e.

"As a feminist, my take on this comic book, film, restaurant, park, bowel movement is the following..."

And I'm thinking "WHAT DOES ANY OF THIS HAVE TO DO WITH "EQUALITY"? LOL"
gg


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Fujiou

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You didn't gg me at all there. You just told me that you think feminists are dumb.

I didn't say that this has ANYTHING to do with the MRM, but I assumed that as an MRA, you had a certain way of viewing some gender-related issues. Perhaps I was mistaken, but it was a pretty logical inference.

I also am always kind of irritated when feminists/racialists/etc. always try to view mundane things as being significant to their field of interest, but that really isn't what I was doing here.


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c4lm

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I'm at a community college, dog. Maybe you call it something else in Canada, but it's like a two-year college. You can get a shitty baby degree there, or you can transfer to a real college for an actual degree.

My goal is to either do biological research or become a physician, so I'm going to need a lot more schooling.
Yah, we call them colleges, but they also offer full 4 year degrees.

I've always viewed bio as the most boring science. I mean, all science is boring, but bio seems to be the worst. Analytical Chemistry and Organic Chemistry are two classes that are interesting and relevant to biology.


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We call those polytechnical schools here Fuji, They offer you certificates and diplomas for completing the courses, not degrees, but you can use them to get to uni if you completely flunked yr12.

Here noone really does that and they mostly teach practical courses and apprenticeships (brick layer/electrician/baker etc)


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Fujiou

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Ochem is pretty intrinsically tied to biology.

Things like physics and chemistry were always a bit drab to me, but adding the organic component makes it much more interesting to me. I see life in general as a pretty fucking crazy thing to have just happened by chance and just recently we've begun to solve the mysteries of things like DNA and the mind. My brother is a physicist, and some of what he has to say is relatively interesting, but most of it is rooted deeply in the theoretical. I see biology as far more relevant and practical.

Genetics is my primary area of interest.

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We call those polytechnical schools here Fuji, They offer you certificates and diplomas for completing the courses, not degrees, but you can use them to get to uni if you completely flunked yr12.
For me it's less about the grades, and more about the cost. Doing a couple of years of community college, while less entertaining than going off to a real college, will save me something around $80,000.


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Dobagoh

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01-23-2013

I'm gonna start doing yoga after I take the bar exam.

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Ochem is pretty intrinsically tied to biology.
It really isn't. o-chem is extremely far removed from biology. the only reason any biology major would have to take o-chem is because it's required for medical school.

the only relation o-chem has to any biological industry is in formulating reaction pathways to making drugs and other bio-active compounds from scratch


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Colonel J

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01-23-2013

Being the one white guy in a circle of black friends will up your street cred.


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c4lm

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We call those polytechnical schools here Fuji, They offer you certificates and diplomas for completing the courses, not degrees, but you can use them to get to uni if you completely flunked yr12.

Here noone really does that and they mostly teach practical courses and apprenticeships (brick layer/electrician/baker etc)
In the Empire of Canada it works like this:

University: Nuthin' but 4 year degrees baby.

College: 2 year diplomas, transfer programs, 4 year degrees in shit like woman's studies and philosophy.

Tech schools: Learn a trade. Generally 2 year diplomas.


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c4lm

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Ochem is pretty intrinsically tied to biology.

Things like physics and chemistry were always a bit drab to me, but adding the organic component makes it much more interesting to me. I see life in general as a pretty fucking crazy thing to have just happened by chance and just recently we've begun to solve the mysteries of things like DNA and the mind. My brother is a physicist, and some of what he has to say is relatively interesting, but most of it is rooted deeply in the theoretical. I see biology as far more relevant and practical.

Genetics is my primary area of interest.



For me it's less about the grades, and more about the cost. Doing a couple of years of community college, while less entertaining than going off to a real college, will save me something around $80,000.
You think science is interesting until you realize it's 4 years of diagrams, math and asian professors. It's probably different for biology.


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I'm gonna start doing yoga after I take the bar exam.
Cool, man. I'll let you know what I think when I've done a bit of it.

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It really isn't. o-chem is extremely far removed from biology. the only reason any biology major would have to take o-chem is because it's required for medical school.

the only relation o-chem has to any biological industry is in formulating reaction pathways to making drugs and other bio-active compounds from scratch
Well fuck you too, I was just talking out of my ass.

Reaction pathways are kind of a big deal though.