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#1 Mar 21 2013 at 5:41 AM Rating: Good
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I think Greg Dean is getting excited about this game.

http://www.reallifecomics.com/archive/130321.html
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#2Poubelle, Posted: Mar 21 2013 at 5:46 AM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) is this a popular comic? yikes, these aren't remotely funny
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XKCD, The Oatmeal are my favorites.
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#4 Mar 21 2013 at 9:40 AM Rating: Excellent
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Poubelle wrote:
is this a popular comic? yikes, these aren't remotely funny


No, not really, but it's about XIV.

Unrelated: do you ever have anything positive to say?
#5 Mar 21 2013 at 10:45 AM Rating: Good
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Real Life just hit three thousand comics, so it's reasonably popular. It was one of the early pioneers in web comics and has stuck around forever.

XKCD and the Oatmeal are good.

The ones I check regularly are:
- Wapsi Square (slice of supernatural life)
- Penny Arcade (general video gamery)
- Real Life (slice of life, general video gamery)
- Candi (slice of college life)
- Fey Winds (fantasy)
- Dreamland Chronicles (fantasy)
- Little Gamers (general video gamery)
- Sinfest (slice of supernatural life)
- XKCD (general nerdiness)
- Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal (NSFW academic humor)
- PhD Comics (academic humor)
- School Bites (cute vampires)
- Mega Cynics (slice of life, general video gamery)
- Not a Villain (bad art, amazing writing, dystopian video game future)

The Oatmeal updates infrequently enough that I rely on notices from Facebook.
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I can't understand anyone who skips the cutscenes of a Final Fantasy game. That's like going to Texas and not getting barbecue.

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#6 Mar 21 2013 at 11:20 AM Rating: Decent
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Poubelle wrote:
is this a popular comic? yikes, these aren't remotely funny

I do want to know the names of some actual GOOD web comics though. I look at Ronnie's from time to time, that's funny.

Edited, Mar 21st 2013 8:08am by Poubelle


Wow, second post and he was able to hijack it already. Troll is getting better.
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I love rage comics lol.. idk if those count
#8 Mar 21 2013 at 12:02 PM Rating: Excellent
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catwho wrote:
Real Life just hit three thousand comics, so it's reasonably popular. It was one of the early pioneers in web comics and has stuck around forever.

XKCD and the Oatmeal are good.

The ones I check regularly are:
- Wapsi Square (slice of supernatural life)
- Penny Arcade (general video gamery)
- Real Life (slice of life, general video gamery)
- Candi (slice of college life)
- Fey Winds (fantasy)
- Dreamland Chronicles (fantasy)
- Little Gamers (general video gamery)
- Sinfest (slice of supernatural life)
- XKCD (general nerdiness)
- Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal (NSFW academic humor)
- PhD Comics (academic humor)
- School Bites (cute vampires)
- Mega Cynics (slice of life, general video gamery)
- Not a Villain (bad art, amazing writing, dystopian video game future)

The Oatmeal updates infrequently enough that I rely on notices from Facebook.


You should check out Girl Genius, I think you might enjoy it.
#9 Mar 21 2013 at 12:43 PM Rating: Good
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catwho wrote:
Real Life just hit three thousand comics, so it's reasonably popular. It was one of the early pioneers in web comics and has stuck around forever.

XKCD and the Oatmeal are good.

The ones I check regularly are:
- Wapsi Square (slice of supernatural life)
- Penny Arcade (general video gamery)
- Real Life (slice of life, general video gamery)
- Candi (slice of college life)
- Fey Winds (fantasy)
- Dreamland Chronicles (fantasy)
- Little Gamers (general video gamery)
- Sinfest (slice of supernatural life)
- XKCD (general nerdiness)
- Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal (NSFW academic humor)
- PhD Comics (academic humor)
- School Bites (cute vampires)
- Mega Cynics (slice of life, general video gamery)
- Not a Villain (bad art, amazing writing, dystopian video game future)

The Oatmeal updates infrequently enough that I rely on notices from Facebook.


You should check out Girl Genius, I think you might enjoy it.


Thanks for the tip, I'll take a look at it.

There are three complete stories over at http://www.seraph-inn.com/ - Inverloch is the longest of them, but I think Dreamless is the most well done. Phoenix Requiem is good too but a bit too horror-ey for my tastes.
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I can't understand anyone who skips the cutscenes of a Final Fantasy game. That's like going to Texas and not getting barbecue.

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#10 Mar 21 2013 at 2:37 PM Rating: Good
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I recommend Dresden Kodak. Apparently they're doing a Kickstarter for a graphic novel or something.

Edit: Holy **** are they doing a Kickstarter...
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$397,960 pledged of $30,000 goal


Smiley: eekSmiley: eekSmiley: eekSmiley: eek

Edited, Mar 21st 2013 1:38pm by Kachi
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Ok, now we're going to get slash fiction of Wint x Kachi somehere... rule 34 and all...

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Good games are subjective like good food is subjective. You're not going to seriously tell me that there's not a psychological basis for why pizza is great and lutefisk is revolting. The thing about subjectivity is that, as subjects go, humans actually have a great deal in common.
#11Poubelle, Posted: Mar 21 2013 at 2:48 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) I was just curious if a lot of people like it, sometimes humor is lost on me. like I don't understand TBBT for example yet everyone loves that.
#12 Mar 21 2013 at 2:58 PM Rating: Decent
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"Yikes" "not even remotely funny"

Do you even hear yourself? Really? Is it ingrained within you to insult other people's work?
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Ok, now we're going to get slash fiction of Wint x Kachi somehere... rule 34 and all...

Never confuse your inference as the listener for an implication of the speaker.

Good games are subjective like good food is subjective. You're not going to seriously tell me that there's not a psychological basis for why pizza is great and lutefisk is revolting. The thing about subjectivity is that, as subjects go, humans actually have a great deal in common.
#13 Mar 21 2013 at 3:12 PM Rating: Excellent
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Kachi wrote:
I recommend Dresden Kodak. Apparently they're doing a Kickstarter for a graphic novel or something.

Edit: Holy sh*t are they doing a Kickstarter...
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$397,960 pledged of $30,000 goal


Smiley: eekSmiley: eekSmiley: eekSmiley: eek

Edited, Mar 21st 2013 1:38pm by Kachi


You should have seen the Order of the Stick Kickstarter to publish the web comic.

It raised $1,254,120. Smiley: lol
#14 Mar 21 2013 at 3:13 PM Rating: Decent
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If our Kickstarter is even half that successful I will **** myself and photograph for all to see.
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Ok, now we're going to get slash fiction of Wint x Kachi somehere... rule 34 and all...

Never confuse your inference as the listener for an implication of the speaker.

Good games are subjective like good food is subjective. You're not going to seriously tell me that there's not a psychological basis for why pizza is great and lutefisk is revolting. The thing about subjectivity is that, as subjects go, humans actually have a great deal in common.
#15 Mar 21 2013 at 3:14 PM Rating: Good
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Kachi wrote:
"Yikes" "not even remotely funny"

Do you even hear yourself? Really? Is it ingrained within you to insult other people's work?


Sounds like he could use a good reading of this Cracked article on doing stuff for yourself.
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I can't understand anyone who skips the cutscenes of a Final Fantasy game. That's like going to Texas and not getting barbecue.

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#16 Mar 21 2013 at 3:18 PM Rating: Excellent
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catwho wrote:
Real Life just hit three thousand comics, so it's reasonably popular. It was one of the early pioneers in web comics and has stuck around forever.

XKCD and the Oatmeal are good.

The ones I check regularly are:
- Wapsi Square (slice of supernatural life)
- Penny Arcade (general video gamery)
- Real Life (slice of life, general video gamery)
- Candi (slice of college life)
- Fey Winds (fantasy)
- Dreamland Chronicles (fantasy)
- Little Gamers (general video gamery)
- Sinfest (slice of supernatural life)
- XKCD (general nerdiness)
- Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal (NSFW academic humor)
- PhD Comics (academic humor)
- School Bites (cute vampires)
- Mega Cynics (slice of life, general video gamery)
- Not a Villain (bad art, amazing writing, dystopian video game future)


The Oatmeal updates infrequently enough that I rely on notices from Facebook.
At least I'm not the only one with a webcomics problem. And, of course, I'll have to check out some of those that aren't on my list when I get a couple days free for an archive binge.
#17 Mar 21 2013 at 4:36 PM Rating: Good
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"Yikes" "not even remotely funny"

Do you even hear yourself? Really? Is it ingrained within you to insult other people's work?


Sounds like he could use a good reading of this Cracked article on doing stuff for yourself.


Pretty much everyone could use a good reading of that article, I think. There's a reason it became one of the most viewed articles pretty much the same day it was published.

I said essentially the same thing to my little brother years ago. He had just scored a 31 on his ACT (this was when 32 was the highest possible score, I believe), and was feeling very smug about his intelligence. Of course I congratulated him, told him we're very proud, etc... and then assured him that nobody really cares about how smart you are if you don't use that intellect to DO something of value. He never learned that lesson, and today he's an unemployed college dropout with nothing but a sense of entitlement to keep him warm. He puts on an air of superiority around others, while being deeply insecure and depressed himself. He flat out lies about things like his financial, school, and relationship problems. It's very sad, and he won't listen to anyone who tries to help him, and he can't bring himself to talk about his problems or admit his vulnerability to others. We've been worried sick about him for years now.

Hm, that got more personal than I intended it to.
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Ok, now we're going to get slash fiction of Wint x Kachi somehere... rule 34 and all...

Never confuse your inference as the listener for an implication of the speaker.

Good games are subjective like good food is subjective. You're not going to seriously tell me that there's not a psychological basis for why pizza is great and lutefisk is revolting. The thing about subjectivity is that, as subjects go, humans actually have a great deal in common.
#18 Mar 21 2013 at 5:36 PM Rating: Good
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Yeah, when I feel like whining about how hard my senior project is, I have Alec Baldwin in the back of my mind telling me to "@#%^ING CLOSE!"

That also usually serves to motivate me to apply for another job too.

Edited, Mar 21st 2013 7:37pm by catwho
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I can't understand anyone who skips the cutscenes of a Final Fantasy game. That's like going to Texas and not getting barbecue.

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#19 Mar 21 2013 at 8:57 PM Rating: Good
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On the other hand, financial success at the loss of the your personal life and the strain of your family connections can be just as bad - especially when pushing the barriers of your intelligence can lead you to offset stress in some very unhealthy ways.

My own family has a bad case of that.
#20 Mar 21 2013 at 9:33 PM Rating: Decent
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I don't think most would disagree with that. As the article points out, it's not a matter of financial success. It's a matter of doing things that have value to others. Doing some things that have lots of value and ******** up everything else doesn't exactly make you a winner in life.
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Ok, now we're going to get slash fiction of Wint x Kachi somehere... rule 34 and all...

Never confuse your inference as the listener for an implication of the speaker.

Good games are subjective like good food is subjective. You're not going to seriously tell me that there's not a psychological basis for why pizza is great and lutefisk is revolting. The thing about subjectivity is that, as subjects go, humans actually have a great deal in common.
#21 Mar 21 2013 at 10:09 PM Rating: Good
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It all comes down to balance. As I'm poking through job postings, I'm strictly sticking to stuff locally because I cannot move (husband's job) and I do not wish to commute. I could have my pick of six figure salaries if I worked as a consultant in the heart of Atlanta, but I'd go nuts driving 1.5 hours each way. For me, the quality of life for a short commute and keeping at least 2 hours a day extra for myself is worth taking half as much in salary.
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#22 Mar 21 2013 at 11:47 PM Rating: Good
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catwho wrote:
It all comes down to balance. As I'm poking through job postings, I'm strictly sticking to stuff locally because I cannot move (husband's job) and I do not wish to commute. I could have my pick of six figure salaries if I worked as a consultant in the heart of Atlanta, but I'd go nuts driving 1.5 hours each way. For me, the quality of life for a short commute and keeping at least 2 hours a day extra for myself is worth taking half as much in salary.


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I don't think most would disagree with that. As the article points out, it's not a matter of financial success. It's a matter of doing things that have value to others. Doing some things that have lots of value and ******** up everything else doesn't exactly make you a winner in life.


You made the right call. *In my opinion* I can understand it if success in America came from a worthwhile experience most of the time. Sadly, you have to make hard choices, which is something we've all come to quote and accept, even though it doesn't bring anything of value. I decided to have a life in college, and for that, settled on a 3.6 GPA. If I went for a 4.0, I'd have basically sacrificed everything fun. I can personally admit, I let my natural aptitude carry me so I can slack off and have fun in other areas. I'm not one to buy into feminist rhetoric, however I do feel that it's a shame when a woman has to pick between career and family. For a man, that position hasn't changed for ages. Oh you have a wife+kids? Work work work, spending most of the time away from the family. not taking those overtime hours to spend time with with the family isn't generally viewed as a good choice. All the the things that supposedly make you successful have really hurt the family (and many other things, but I'm keeping it simple). A sacrifice that isn't worth it.

We're too polarized. Balance isn't even recognized an option most of the time.

@ Kaichi

I see the value in that thought process by looking at the world we live in today.It's a realistic approach. The naivety in me: I think it's a poor foundation though. While I think it's important to be of value to others. It's set up in a way where we're being valuable to one while being useless to others. I know my views on the issue is a bit ideological, but I really enjoy a solid foundation. All the avenues that make a nation great are ruined by the poor foundations we have. So yes, people gain success but lose/destroy their family etc. You're right in saying they're not really winning.

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Kachi wrote:
"Yikes" "not even remotely funny"

Do you even hear yourself? Really? Is it ingrained within you to insult other people's work?


Sounds like he could use a good reading of this Cracked article on doing stuff for yourself.


Pretty much everyone could use a good reading of that article, I think. There's a reason it became one of the most viewed articles pretty much the same day it was published.

I said essentially the same thing to my little brother years ago. He had just scored a 31 on his ACT (this was when 32 was the highest possible score, I believe), and was feeling very smug about his intelligence. Of course I congratulated him, told him we're very proud, etc... and then assured him that nobody really cares about how smart you are if you don't use that intellect to DO something of value. He never learned that lesson, and today he's an unemployed college dropout with nothing but a sense of entitlement to keep him warm. He puts on an air of superiority around others, while being deeply insecure and depressed himself. He flat out lies about things like his financial, school, and relationship problems. It's very sad, and he won't listen to anyone who tries to help him, and he can't bring himself to talk about his problems or admit his vulnerability to others. We've been worried sick about him for years now.

Hm, that got more personal than I intended it to.


I'm sure that was difficult. Thanks for sharing. Can thank our sh*tty education system for that. One of my favorite cracked articles encouraged people to get into a field you really love, and do outside research.

Edited, Mar 22nd 2013 1:56am by GDLYL
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Er, I wouldn't blame our education system in the least. We actually produce a huge portion of the smartest students in the world (including science and math). Problem is, we also produce the dumbest, who weigh down the average. That's not the fault of the education system or teachers, but of parents who don't play an active role in their child's education. So to that extent, I would agree--the fact that parents aren't more involved in their child's education is a problem. But this is generally a problem of entrenched, systemic problems. It goes all the way to racism, wealth inequality, joblessness, etc...

The education is as much a symptom and a problem as pretty much every other social institution in the U.S..

Oh, and here I'm being all contrary. Sorry. Thank you for the support and sympathy.

Edited, Mar 22nd 2013 12:15am by Kachi
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Never confuse your inference as the listener for an implication of the speaker.

Good games are subjective like good food is subjective. You're not going to seriously tell me that there's not a psychological basis for why pizza is great and lutefisk is revolting. The thing about subjectivity is that, as subjects go, humans actually have a great deal in common.
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Er, I wouldn't blame our education system in the least. We actually produce a huge portion of the smartest students in the world (including science and math). Problem is, we also produce the dumbest, who weigh down the average. That's not the fault of the education system or teachers, but of parents who don't play an active role in their child's education. So to that extent, I would agree--the fact that parents aren't more involved in their child's education is a problem. But this is generally a problem of entrenched, systemic problems. It goes all the way to racism, wealth inequality, joblessness, etc...

The education is as much a symptom and a problem as pretty much every other social institution in the U.S..

Oh, and here I'm being all contrary. Sorry. Thank you for the support and sympathy.

Edited, Mar 22nd 2013 12:15am by Kachi


When you say we create the smartest and the dumbest, are you talking overall? I was a bit unsure. My epic rant (derail) was about finding a way to educate the population. I believe the founding fathers created this government for an educated bunch.

I thought the US was ranked 17th in the Top 50 countries it was compared. I'm not sure if you heard how Finland's education differs from ours. If not, It's a good perspective. I suggest you read up on it. I brought up Finland, because they're #1, followed by South Korea. While we all have different ways of doing things, being #1 in the world is no easy task. Clearly, they're doing something right. I apologize, because I didn't want to turn the thread into and education system rant lol, so I ignorantly blamed it without explaining. (I'm gonna do it now Smiley: grin) I completely agree with you. During the 1800s to around the late1950s (There are several books written where some people believe the decline actually started), the education was top notch. No one can deny that we've been falling lower and lower. The ignorance that's pervasive in this country is placed at the feet of education to me. (Only because it's their job is to teach).

You brought up all the key points that created this bad foundation America has. Racism pretty much ensured that an entire group of people remained ignorant and poor, which leads to joblessness, crime, self hate, and righteous victim hood (Which is the most dangerous imo). I have to admit that the wealth inequality video that recently went viral on Youtube blew my mind. I knew there was a gap, I just didn't think it was that bad...(I actually started thinking about it in High School thanks to the huge advantage in Gil the JP had over ps2 users like myself who joined late. Had me thinking about old wealth, and how it's easy for them to keep and hard to ever reach that level now) As for the education being a symptom and a problem, I get exactly what you mean! There is a penchant for perpetuating bad cycles. I believe now we have the ignorant teaching the ignorant.

In 1997 I read a book called, 'Gifted Hands.' I was 11 at the time, and that book meant a lot to me. It was interesting the simple fact of caring, as well as teaching people to care about themselves (for the right reasons...), makes the difference.

*Man that felt good to type, and get off my brain*

No problem, it just saddens me when smarts go to waste. About your take on parents being more active, I didn't want to go there, as I do not know your parents. However I do agree with that sentiment.
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The US performs poorly as an average, but contrary to the crisis that the politicians spin about our science and math scores (the most commonly cited examples of the U.S. performing worse than other countries), we also have the some of the absolute highest-performing students... even more than we can employ, actually. We've got plenty of geniuses being prepared well by our schools. We just also have lots of dummies bringing down the average.

The problem is not the fault of teachers--many of whom are now expected to have Masters degrees and are underpaid (compare to Finland, which pays teachers very well--however, Finland is a wealthy country and so can afford to). They're spending a lot more of their time dealing with students who regularly misbehave in class, students who are well behind where they should be, and parents who don't support them.

Fortunately my parents were extremely supportive of us throughout school, otherwise there's no way we'd have been so successful. Where my brother was actually not well prepared was in dealing with the responsibilities of independent living. Never had to do chores, etc., so while school work came naturally, he wasn't responsible enough to manage college life. It's exactly that kind of thing that causes many young people to struggle as they enter adulthood--their parents haven't prepared them for it. Part of that is also due to the surge in first generation college students--parents who think that college is a ticket to success and don't understand the challenges their children will face because they never had to deal with them.
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Good games are subjective like good food is subjective. You're not going to seriously tell me that there's not a psychological basis for why pizza is great and lutefisk is revolting. The thing about subjectivity is that, as subjects go, humans actually have a great deal in common.
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I guess, in a strange way, I expect teachers as well as parents to hep the youth to be prepared for reality. I think it's sad that we have to get all the way to college years to find out if it's, 'make it or break it.' I think you're onto something with the first generation college students thing. Even though I was aware that parents fail to understand the challenges of today's youth, I hadn't looked at it from that angle. To be honest, I don't think people are stupid at all. I consider myself intelligent. Nothing super special, and I think that people could be just as or even better than I am for the most part. We don't have a specialized program like Finland to enhance the different students (money pays a huge part in this I bet). Some people, even though intelligent, perform poorly under our system. Men are starting to see the negatives more since the education system has become feminized. I remember building in wood shop, making CO2 cars and making rockets. I'm not sure if they still do that now. But I do believe boys and girls learn differently. Forcing boys with energy to take drugs, cutting playtime etc. It's not the teachers directly, just the system. We're just a group of good test takers now, not thinkers.

Yea, Finland is wealthy. Our country could have been the same, but we keep wasting money on strange government programs, but whatever. Look at how we pay athletes and movie stars. I think it's very clear where our priorities are. To be honest, I don't really see any hope on the horizon. Unless something drastic happens. Anyone that's ever had good ideas to improve the countries foundation was killed Smiley: disappointed. Now, just false promises pandering to people so they get elected. There's obviously too much about this than a few posts can cover. Yet, it was nice, thanks.

Sorry I derailed the thread. Your brother's story brought up some feelings.
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