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  The Brony Problem
Posted by: Residays - Yesterday 15:32:59 - Forum: Forum Games - Replies (6)

You know what I never understand? I never understand why bronies make their characters look like this:

[Image: galahad_bronysona___by_sirgalahadbw_d4aj...gkwTS5HWMI]

When male ponies in the series look like this:

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You can tell that the head shape for male ponies is different, here's how a female pony looks like:

[Image: 41mP4KcuQNL._SX425_.jpg]

What does this mean? Why do bronies shape their fan characters like females? I need answers to this life-threatening mystery.

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  Should open book exams be the rule rather than the exception?
Posted by: Verdusk - 2019-07-14 12:37:13 - Forum: Random Discussions - Replies (6)

I don't know about where you're from, but in the places I've been, in most exams you aren't allowed to bring and look at notes and books during the exams. This usually means you'll have to memorize at least a few things, such as certain formulas and equations for math and physics exams. (Understanding how the formula/equation came to be helps to remember but quite often you will also have to memorize them)

Which is to say, memorization of the material is tends to comprise a good part of the test. But this doesn't make a lot of sense, since understanding should be what's important, and as we know, in the workplace, for example as an engineer or scientist, you won't necessarily have to have things constantly memorized, rather your understanding of your subject would be much more important. Which is to say, the understanding of what's being studied should be what they test too, memorizing them shouldn't be required or at least only required much less.

So by this logic, open book exams (exams where you are allowed to look at notes, books, etc during the exams) should be the rule rather than the exception.

Thoughts on this?

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  What was the hardest thing you ever had to learn?
Posted by: Ena - 2019-07-09 11:32:43 - Forum: Random Discussions - Replies (10)

Whether it be an academic/school thing, a skill, trick or domestic chore, what's been the toughest thing for you to learn how to do independently?

for me it's financial math but not sure if that counts because i don't think i even managed to learn it in the end lol
OTHERWISE learning how to style my hair was actually a nightmare because I'm very very scared of the straightener/curling iron.

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  Is it okay to insult and waste a scammers time over the phone?
Posted by: GodJob - 2019-07-07 17:03:44 - Forum: Random Discussions - Replies (10)

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  Is it impossible in Japan to promote cashless society?
Posted by: SouthAnd960 - 2019-07-07 11:56:35 - Forum: Technology and Computers - Replies (4)

Exactly, since cash is better than nothing in this region!

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  Houseworks megathread
Posted by: SouthAnd960 - 2019-07-06 23:44:51 - Forum: Random Discussions - Replies (6)

I have( or my mother might have(well, she doesn't try to ask others questions, so might not)) a lot of questions about houseworks. Any housewives, house-husbands, and full-time ones?

Any tips about how to work such hard salaryless jobs?

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  Let's exclude cats from international protected animals.
Posted by: SouthAnd960 - 2019-07-06 13:01:42 - Forum: Blogs - Replies (8)

This is because of history of my family.

It was since time before I was born. There used to be a lot of cats in my house, where no one really care for, which they were ruining many rooms in the house, such as pooing everywhere, scratching walls, etc. My mother already kicked all of them already, when I was a baby, to prevent them from killing me.

PS. Today, she hates cats, so do I. We had raged about the allay cats in this town before.

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  The Effects of Unschooling
Posted by: Cade642 - 2019-07-06 08:43:08 - Forum: Blogs - Replies (2)

What's up acid chat? Since it's been another year I decided to hop on and see what was up.

If you don't already know, unschooling is the philosophy that a child should be responsible for his or her own learning. It's basically like being homeschooled, except there's no curriculum or tests. You just do whatever, and learn things you want to learn.

I'm entering my senior year of high school after being unschooled for over a year, so I've had a lot of free time to really figure out what I wanna do when I graduate.

First off, I'm entering every single Ludum Dare (a game jam where you have 2-3 days to make a game) so I can compare my work to others and my past self.

Secondly, I'm working on a large-scale game with a few others. It's a top-down shooter rogue-like about weather called Vast Forecast. It's been in development since December 2017, but it was remade last January, so it's not as for-along as you'd expect. I won't say a ton more here, so check my signature link if you're curious.

I've also picked up digital art and music production on a level that I never expected myself to be able to reach. I'm getting compliments rather than feedback now, which is extremely encouraging. I can post some of my more recent work if I ever truly come back to this forum.

My mental health is better than I could've imagined in my freshman year of high school. As many of you know, I'm Bipolar, but those issues are few and far between.

I find myself missing information most people deem as common knowledge, due to "dropping out" of a normal curriculum. But it hasn't had any negative impact on my life besides turning me into a laughing stock for a minute or so.

Other than that I'm doing great. American public school just wasn't for me.

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  Independence Day
Posted by: Residays - 2019-07-05 11:08:00 - Forum: Blogs - No Replies

Today would be a day to celebrate if things were much better, things are certainly not good at all, and most family and friends have moved on, it's incredible how a country that helped so many countries and was once so rich has been doomed to end like this with nobody caring, and people still support it.

It's a painful experience, and I wish that I and other people could've lived a normal life or at least realized things were doomed much sooner, but there's nothing we can do, I at least aim for the day I can move out and start a normal life despite my disabilities.

Happy independence day, Venezuela...

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  Should NOT I work for IT in Japan?
Posted by: SouthAnd960 - 2019-07-04 13:24:34 - Forum: Technology and Computers - Replies (5)

Title. In fact I have learnt IT, but if many people still think IT sucks, then I've gotta kick IT away from Japan.

Why don't many Japanese really, really, really care for IT?

Is it impossible to introduce cashless society in Japan? IMPOSSIBLE, so far.

So far there are few GOOD IT companies in Japan; there are many Japanese who think IT sucks.

If they don't really try to change their thinks, then... what?

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