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    It's me hello reacted to Hameedeh in At Least 90 Killed, 300+ Injured in Kabul Blast   
    Innaa lillahi Wa Innaa Ilayhi Raaji'oon. "Indeed to Allah we belong, and to Him we return." 2:156. (fatiha) Condolences to the family and friends of the deceased and injured. 
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    It's me hello got a reaction from Mansur Bakhtiari in At Least 90 Killed, 300+ Injured in Kabul Blast   
    My mother was talking on the phone with my Aunt, who lives in Kabul. In the middle of the conversation, my mom heard the explosion from her end. She heard the live explosion, and 80 people died in that instant. It's crazy how this stuff happens, and we never really talk about it as much as terror attacks in the west.
    My Aunts' neighbors are waiting for their dead children at the moment, they were standing guard in the area.  It's really sad.
    If you haven't read into it, or want to read more, here you go.
    http://abcnews.go.com/International/90-killed-bomb-rips-central-kabul/story?id=47739486
    Crazy part is, THE TALIBAN CONDEMNED THE ATTACK.
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    It's me hello got a reaction from Husayni in At Least 90 Killed, 300+ Injured in Kabul Blast   
    My mother was talking on the phone with my Aunt, who lives in Kabul. In the middle of the conversation, my mom heard the explosion from her end. She heard the live explosion, and 80 people died in that instant. It's crazy how this stuff happens, and we never really talk about it as much as terror attacks in the west.
    My Aunts' neighbors are waiting for their dead children at the moment, they were standing guard in the area.  It's really sad.
    If you haven't read into it, or want to read more, here you go.
    http://abcnews.go.com/International/90-killed-bomb-rips-central-kabul/story?id=47739486
    Crazy part is, THE TALIBAN CONDEMNED THE ATTACK.
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    It's me hello reacted to Qa'im in Objective truth is a racist myth   
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    It's me hello reacted to Haydar Husayn in Objective truth is a racist myth   
    Say the socially liberal morons who have lost touch with reality.
    http://claremontindependent.com/students-demand-administrators-take-action-against-conservative-journalists/
    Well, there you have it. The idea of objective truth is now a racist concept. How brainwashed do you have to be to come out with this kind of nonsense?
    Apparently there are quite a few loonies on the left who buy into this stuff. Here are a few more examples:
     
    http://nymag.com/scienceofus/2017/04/the-science-march-sparked-a-big-argument-about-objectivity.html
    See also insanity such as:
     
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    It's me hello reacted to notme in High School Is A Prison   
    If you can get accepted into a program now, take the GED.
    American public education really is terrible, but IbnSina makes some very good points. Just make the best of what you have available to you and always strive for better.
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    It's me hello reacted to 000 in High School Is A Prison   
    This post reminds me about my childhood. Do your best to escape the prison but without making your parents' hearts broken.
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    It's me hello got a reaction from Hameedeh in Gifted?   
    Writing "I'm sorry" on a piece of paper 500 times is incredibly easy, however it is incredibly tiring and a time waster. It is not a tiny effort to drop everything that you are doing on your own time, instead to waste it on a piece of paper that will have no relevance in years to come. (Unless you are in/or going to  college, which still has some redundant standards)
    Some kid could be reading about astrophysics, only to be mitigated by some useless work that only kills their curiosity and will have no relevance in the future. It does take tremendous self-discipline to accomplish it, but the self-discipline is better used on personal endeavors such as bodybuilding.
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    It's me hello got a reaction from 000 in High School Is A Prison   
    I am currently in 10th grade, attending a high school in Houston. I have to tell you, that I absolutely hate that place with a burning, fiery passion. I'm forced to go into this hellhole EVERY single day of my childhood, (excluding holidays and the weekends) knowing that there is a WORLD to explore. I will give you all some points as to why I HATE school; but before that, I will give some background info.
     
    So back in my early childhood, I was a great student. I had all A's on all my tests and quizzes and I never did my homework, and I still don't. It came to a point where the classes were so mind-numbingly BORING that I began to halt my focus in class, instead I started to read books and self-teach. Of course, my sleep was messed up because of this, and I continued to read, constantly till about 3 AM. Keep in mind I was in like grades 4-7. My grades began to wane, and my parents seriously emphasized my "education". I was constantly being told that if I don't go to college, I will be homeless, or working at McDonald's my entire life. I honestly now am at the point of wanting to drop out.
    Now here are the reasons
    1.) "School" is like a prison, if not WORSE. Helpless, clueless kids are thrown into the cesspool called "School" where there individuality is suppressed, and does anything in its power to keep you from doing anything "bad".  For example, not doing your homework. When you think about childhood, you should be thinking like things about curiosity and exploration, and most of all, FUN! All of this goes away when you go to school, and you are quick to realize that, YOU MUST obey, or there will be serious consequences, just like prison. 
    Peter Gray Ph.D. Puts this in prospective 
    In my opinion, this could not be expressed any better.
     
    2.) The people here are just FLAT OUT stupid and immature. I have to point out that there are some smart people in schools, but not many. From my personal experience, most of these people that are "Valedictorians" are just "hard-workers", meaning that they have little to no intelligence, rather they know how to OBEY and REGURGITATE useless info on a test/quiz. A lot of these people are stuck up, and expect you to respect them, just because they have a higher number on a piece of paper that will be irrelevant once they graduate. People that I know that make the top ten percent, usually have a lot of stress at such a young age, AND they have little to no free time. They also have no concept of the real world, and if you ask a political question, they probably don't know what subject you are talking about, because that is how disconnected they are from the real world.
     
    3.) The classes suck. They just FLAT OUT SUCK. Why make us take SO many worthless classes, that we will forget the info within a span of ONE SEMESTER. It's completely redundant. I constantly see kids piled up with stacks of homework that are just repetitive menial tasks, they just FLAT OUT destroy the youth that we should all be cherishing. Instead of going to school for 8 hours, then coming back home to spend another 3-5 hours finishing homework; (which is just work that should have been done in the 8 hours that you had already wasted.) We should have self education, or privatization of education. 
     
    Because of the immaturity of kids my age, and the stupidity of the U.S. government, I have to suffer another two and a half years of more torture. I honestly believe I could have already learned about economics and accounting and, business all by MYSELF, if I wasn't so worried about my "schooling". I was planning on dropping out, however, there is no way for me to drop out until I'm 18, which makes it redundant. If I could hypothetically drop out, I would immediately enroll in my local community college, or self educate myself in business, or attend a vocational school. I'm living in a horrible world right now that puts you down for being independent, instead of being a sheep. I believe the public schooling system is made to train brainless individuals to never question authority, and work for the corporations.
     
    Please someone help me cope with this @$%@ if you have been through this dilemma. If you have any questions or concerns, let me know. I just need to let off this steam I've been keeping for many years.
     
    Sorry for the rant
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    It's me hello reacted to Hassan- in USA Election 2016 - Who to vote?   
    Trump = says mean things, acts stupid sometimes, but wants good a relationship with Russia and wants to kill ISIS. 
    Clinton = Secretly hates Muslims (doesn't say it in public), wants to establish a no-fly zone in Syria which will start world war 3, and is extremely corrupt. She also funds ISIS and other terrorist militants in Syria.
     
    You choose which one to vote for. 
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    It's me hello got a reaction from shia farm girl in Gifted?   
    I fear it's going to be all of the same, I plan on going to trade school. But if I ever need intellectual stimulation on a high level, I may try Engineering, I just hope it's not busy work that has no relevance.  Thx!
     
    I don't know man, I don't think it's a disease. I'm just much more mature than most of my peers, I'm glad I don't waste my life on what they do. They take selfies and send photos to other kids, and usually I just read. I don't have much friends because of this, but I would rather have friends that I can share an interest with.
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    It's me hello got a reaction from hasanhh in Gifted?   
    A lot of parents think that A's coincide with intelligence. Rather, it is more about obedience that gets good grades, not intelligence.
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    It's me hello reacted to notme in Gifted?   
    For any career, you're going to have to do some boring and tedious work. I already acknowledged that most school work is a waste of time for above average students, and clever and curious people are probably better off self educating, but you can't just not do it because it's tedious or a "waste of time". You'll never be able to keep any job of any kind of you aren't prepared to do things you don't enjoy. I had a very excellent boss once who told his team that his goal was for his team members to enjoy their work 60% of the time. Goal. Not expectation. He'd never achieved it, but he hoped to someday. The assumption in work is that you will tolerate the boring parts if you have expectation of rewarding parts in the future. 
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    It's me hello got a reaction from Mansur Bakhtiari in High School Is A Prison   
    I am currently in 10th grade, attending a high school in Houston. I have to tell you, that I absolutely hate that place with a burning, fiery passion. I'm forced to go into this hellhole EVERY single day of my childhood, (excluding holidays and the weekends) knowing that there is a WORLD to explore. I will give you all some points as to why I HATE school; but before that, I will give some background info.
     
    So back in my early childhood, I was a great student. I had all A's on all my tests and quizzes and I never did my homework, and I still don't. It came to a point where the classes were so mind-numbingly BORING that I began to halt my focus in class, instead I started to read books and self-teach. Of course, my sleep was messed up because of this, and I continued to read, constantly till about 3 AM. Keep in mind I was in like grades 4-7. My grades began to wane, and my parents seriously emphasized my "education". I was constantly being told that if I don't go to college, I will be homeless, or working at McDonald's my entire life. I honestly now am at the point of wanting to drop out.
    Now here are the reasons
    1.) "School" is like a prison, if not WORSE. Helpless, clueless kids are thrown into the cesspool called "School" where there individuality is suppressed, and does anything in its power to keep you from doing anything "bad".  For example, not doing your homework. When you think about childhood, you should be thinking like things about curiosity and exploration, and most of all, FUN! All of this goes away when you go to school, and you are quick to realize that, YOU MUST obey, or there will be serious consequences, just like prison. 
    Peter Gray Ph.D. Puts this in prospective 
    In my opinion, this could not be expressed any better.
     
    2.) The people here are just FLAT OUT stupid and immature. I have to point out that there are some smart people in schools, but not many. From my personal experience, most of these people that are "Valedictorians" are just "hard-workers", meaning that they have little to no intelligence, rather they know how to OBEY and REGURGITATE useless info on a test/quiz. A lot of these people are stuck up, and expect you to respect them, just because they have a higher number on a piece of paper that will be irrelevant once they graduate. People that I know that make the top ten percent, usually have a lot of stress at such a young age, AND they have little to no free time. They also have no concept of the real world, and if you ask a political question, they probably don't know what subject you are talking about, because that is how disconnected they are from the real world.
     
    3.) The classes suck. They just FLAT OUT SUCK. Why make us take SO many worthless classes, that we will forget the info within a span of ONE SEMESTER. It's completely redundant. I constantly see kids piled up with stacks of homework that are just repetitive menial tasks, they just FLAT OUT destroy the youth that we should all be cherishing. Instead of going to school for 8 hours, then coming back home to spend another 3-5 hours finishing homework; (which is just work that should have been done in the 8 hours that you had already wasted.) We should have self education, or privatization of education. 
     
    Because of the immaturity of kids my age, and the stupidity of the U.S. government, I have to suffer another two and a half years of more torture. I honestly believe I could have already learned about economics and accounting and, business all by MYSELF, if I wasn't so worried about my "schooling". I was planning on dropping out, however, there is no way for me to drop out until I'm 18, which makes it redundant. If I could hypothetically drop out, I would immediately enroll in my local community college, or self educate myself in business, or attend a vocational school. I'm living in a horrible world right now that puts you down for being independent, instead of being a sheep. I believe the public schooling system is made to train brainless individuals to never question authority, and work for the corporations.
     
    Please someone help me cope with this @$%@ if you have been through this dilemma. If you have any questions or concerns, let me know. I just need to let off this steam I've been keeping for many years.
     
    Sorry for the rant
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    It's me hello got a reaction from notme in Gifted?   
    Writing "I'm sorry" on a piece of paper 500 times is incredibly easy, however it is incredibly tiring and a time waster. It is not a tiny effort to drop everything that you are doing on your own time, instead to waste it on a piece of paper that will have no relevance in years to come. (Unless you are in/or going to  college, which still has some redundant standards)
    Some kid could be reading about astrophysics, only to be mitigated by some useless work that only kills their curiosity and will have no relevance in the future. It does take tremendous self-discipline to accomplish it, but the self-discipline is better used on personal endeavors such as bodybuilding.
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    It's me hello reacted to Hameedeh in Thoughts 2016-2017 (Archives)   
    @Doritos™ Welcome to ShiaChat! 
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    It's me hello reacted to hasanhh in Gifted?   
    School programs like this only really get started if the "in" group's children are there...banker's brat, lawyer's little lad, school board's brainy children.
    Most "A" students do not qualify as "gifted".
    Rather than programs, mentors do better.
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    It's me hello reacted to Hameedeh in Gifted?   
    Hope you are on break now.  
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    It's me hello got a reaction from Hameedeh in Gifted?   
    FINALLY SOMEONE!!!! XD
     
    They can still play! I played a lot when I was younger, in fact, I played too much.
     
    You don't know that. 95th percentile here!
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    It's me hello reacted to Reza in Gifted?   
    I do know that! Otherwise, I wouldn't have such a high IQ!
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    It's me hello reacted to Ojum in Guns......   
    i like the glock 19, nice, light and powerful at that.
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    It's me hello reacted to notme in Gifted?   
    I couldn't click "like" on the whole post, but I like this part. 
     
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    It's me hello reacted to Hameedeh in Gifted?   
    Trade schools are great! Some of them have changed their name to college. They teach the important things, without all the unnecessary stuff.  
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    It's me hello reacted to hasanhh in Gifted?   
    One nice thing about trade schools is as l put in the "Careers: Caution and Considerations" thread: you cannot be replace by a robot or lT.
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    It's me hello got a reaction from hasanhh in Gifted?   
    I fear it's going to be all of the same, I plan on going to trade school. But if I ever need intellectual stimulation on a high level, I may try Engineering, I just hope it's not busy work that has no relevance.  Thx!
     
    I don't know man, I don't think it's a disease. I'm just much more mature than most of my peers, I'm glad I don't waste my life on what they do. They take selfies and send photos to other kids, and usually I just read. I don't have much friends because of this, but I would rather have friends that I can share an interest with.
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