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post #34426 of 109053
fuck. I can't shake the feeling that I should have went to a state school.
post #34427 of 109053
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its for all the niggas in the struggle, naw wha a mean'?
that dude be acting a fool, yo...dont know bout how hard the daily grind is.
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Originally Posted by Sancho Panzo Christ View Post
you went from communist to libertarian?
he stopped being retarded I guess. It makes sense though, its the same as how college students become more conservative once they graduate. Cuz they finally have an income, and a vested interest in themselves.
post #34428 of 109053
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Originally Posted by Lane View Post
that dude be acting a fool, yo...dont know bout how hard the daily grind is. he stopped being retarded I guess. It makes sense though, its the same as how college students become more conservative once they graduate. Cuz they finally have an income, and a vested interest in themselves.
Explain this wonderful concept.
post #34429 of 109053
please don't
post #34430 of 109053
ok, what I meant was the fact that their parents weren't paying for college anymore and that they weren't being cradled during the whole educational process (paying for school + dorm). Its that much easier to hate the rich, and think everything should be equal when you aren't working and have professors shoving down that nonsense down your throats the whole time. They basically eventually have to pull themselves up by their own bootstraps once they graduate.
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please don't
lol
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post #34432 of 109053
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Originally Posted by GraphicNovelty View Post
was about to and then got a brunch call from a friend who just got dumped. Might go tomm. I'll keep you in the loop.

You're friends with MarkI?

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Originally Posted by Lane View Post
ok, what I meant was the fact that their parents weren't paying for college anymore and that they weren't being cradled along the whole educational system. Its that much easier to hate the rich, and think everything should be equal when you aren't working and have professors shoving down that nonsense down your throats the whole time.

They basically eventually have to pull themselves up by their own bootstraps once they graduate.

Most people I know are firmly entrenched on one side of the line by time they're anywhere close to finishing college. I don't know anyone who's attained their degree, gotten a real job, received their first paycheck and gone, "Oh shit, time to switch sides."

I know plenty of people my age who are conservative for fiscal reasons, but they were like that long before getting their degree. Usually, their parent(s) have already drilled home the ideology that paying higher taxes because someone earns more is the most dastardly thing an organized government can do.
post #34433 of 109053
counterpoint: Magician upon his return from birthright
post #34434 of 109053
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Originally Posted by gats View Post
I lol'd so hard also, yes, what I said is a generalization and it obviously isn't the case for all students. Some retards are still volunteering for greenpeace during their senior year, I am aware.
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Originally Posted by Fuuma View Post
I've read from you have be major cases of typing faster than you can think.
im not gonna lie, good call
post #34435 of 109053
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Originally Posted by Lane View Post
ok, what I meant was the fact that their parents weren't paying for college anymore and that they weren't being cradled during the whole educational process (paying for school + dorm). Its that much easier to hate the rich, and think everything should be equal when you aren't working and have professors shoving down that nonsense down your throats the whole time.

They basically eventually have to pull themselves up by their own bootstraps once they graduate.

lol

I was merely pointing out the fact that you need to pay more attention in class if you think teenagers and young adults don't have a vested interest in THEMSELVES. Maybe think more and criticize political opinions less? I don't hate you but the last few posts I've read from you have be major cases of typing faster than you can think.
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I've read from you have be major cases of typing faster than you can think.

im not gonna lie, good call. they should have a styleforum IRC so I can sit there and spew my dribble all day.
post #34437 of 109053
Re: My communism vs libertarian tip I was sorta joking about communism, I just ment liberal socialist democratic values that are the major movement in Australia over the last ten years or so. My parents were druggies who indoctrinated me with socialist rubbish about hating the rich and them 'orrible muslins' I just see so many people conning the system here, it's rediculous, pretty much don't have to work ever here if you want, so easy to get a sickness pension, bottles of Valium are 4 bucks with a pension card, people get pension when they can work, do cash jobs all the time, you get paid to have kids (like 4k I think lulz) free transport (two free train tickets anywhere in Australia a year lulz), so many perks it's insaneee. I could talk for ages and ages about it but meh.
post #34438 of 109053
When did melonjello become so opinionated, vocal and contrarian aka the brinbro effect?
post #34439 of 109053
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When did melonjello become so opinionated, vocal and contrarian aka the brinbro effect?
Lul. If jet mentions me, does that make me an internet celebrity? I said hey, you got somethin to say, say it to my face! but hey, I think you've come the closest out of anyone to actually spelling my name right!
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just messin with you
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