Random fashion thoughts

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  1. the shah

    the shah Persian Bro #2 and enabler-in-chief

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    blah blah pseudo-intellectual fluff from dr. clueless

    you're right a math degree is worthless unless the goal is some technical field because it does not reflect the possessor's analytical/critical thinking/problem solving skills, and even if it did those aren't of value to anything but math-based disciplines. let's point and laugh at all the idiots struggling with multivariate analysis when in the end they want to go to law school or med school for example hahahahahaha suckers should have done psych instead !111!!!!!!1!
     


  2. aeglus

    aeglus Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    linguistics major is the best suck it math nerds
     


  3. the shah

    the shah Persian Bro #2 and enabler-in-chief

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    linguistics major is the best suck it math nerds

    lol i knew a kid who double dipped [​IMG]
     


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    lmaozedong Senior member

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    shut up nerds, i get enough talk about school at school
     


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    linguistics major is the best suck it math nerds

    Linguistics major would make Language Log even better. Therefore: awesome.
     


  6. nahneun

    nahneun Uncle Nephew

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    you're right a math degree is worthless unless the goal is some technical field because it does not reflect the possessor's analytical/critical thinking/problem solving skills, and even if it did those aren't of value to anything but math-based disciplines. let's point and laugh at all the idiots struggling with multivariate analysis when in the end they want to go to law school or med school for example hahahahahaha suckers should have done psych instead !111!!!!!!1!

    [​IMG] Again, you are equating correlation to causation. Yes, someone with a math major can be very analytical, be great at critical thinking, and possess incredible problem solving skills, BUT THESE ARE ALL TRAITS EXCLUSIVE OF THE MATH DEGREE. Having a math major does not define these traits in a person. A person with a sociology degree can exhibit all these traits without having a math degree. A math major can be a fucking retard who somehow got lucky and graduated with the degree and can exhibit none of the traits that you say exist without fail in all math majors. You still fail at proving that a math major is versatile if this is the best you can come up with. Also, just FYI, none of your arguments up to now prove anything about the versatility of the degree itself. Failblog?
     


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    jet Persian Bro

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    shut up nerds, i get enough talk about school at school
    this Thing I hated most were nerds cramming outside the lecture hall before midterms AND after the test was over discussing their answers while I just shook the spot and sparked up a ciggy knowing I aced that shit.
     


  8. nicelynice

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    BACK ON TOPIC is it seriously hard to get a graphic design job? i thought that was like, a "good job" or something haha

    I use InDesign at work! Convinced my division to buy it after I made a sweet ass pamphlet and later a survey (my coworkers use word, haha), does that make me a graphic designer?
     


  9. lmaozedong

    lmaozedong Senior member

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    this thread is random FASHION thoughts u nerds.

    [​IMG]

    dooooooooope
     


  10. nahneun

    nahneun Uncle Nephew

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    this thread is random FASHION thoughts u nerds.

    [​IMG]

    dooooooooope


    shut up >: and post measurements so i know which things i can kop and can't in your sales thread
     


  11. lmaozedong

    lmaozedong Senior member

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    shut up >: and post measurements so i know which things i can kop and can't in your sales thread

    it all fits 36-37 and the pants are like a 31-32. have measurements around for everything so just pm me with what youre interested and i can get u measurements.
     


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    nahneun Uncle Nephew

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    it all fits 36-37 and the pants are like a 31-32. have measurements around for everything so just pm me with what youre interested and i can get u measurements.

    hollaatchaboyviapm
     


  13. reprehensible

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    BACK ON TOPIC is it seriously hard to get a graphic design job? i thought that was like, a "good job" or something haha

    I use InDesign at work! Convinced my division to buy it after I made a sweet ass pamphlet and later a survey (my coworkers use word, haha), does that make me a graphic designer?


    Like a lot of things, it's probably pretty random and contingent.

    There are a reasonable number of jobs for people with graphic design experience, but actually getting one of them is probably specific to the job in question. And the selection is highly dependent on location.
     


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    seriously winter, wtf? Its been snowing and -5 to -15 celsius here since november, and no sign of change. That means wearing the same fucking boots and coats everyday, which is already starting to annoy me. Im realising more and more that heavy coats and boots are worth spending cash on, since i´ll be wearing them 6 months a year... [​IMG] And i cant find any insulated boots I like either, meaning freezing feets at bus stops.
     


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    what do you do with a few pairs of last seasons gucci shades when you dont wear them anymore ?

    I need some persols
     


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