Originally posted by IronVelvet
You must not have passed high school because English is writing and literature.
Only for the slower kids. I took English one year, creative writing the next, and English Lit the next. Those are all different things. Then again, I
have an education so I know that.
Chemistry is memorizing useless combinations of chemicals. Biology is similar and likes to come across as a more adventurous profession but
your really just sitting in a lab all day dealing with bacteria.
I was in IB physics my junior year. Most of the stuff I learned in that class I already knew besides using Calculus + physics.
So you knew most of the stuff you learned in physics, just not the math or the physics?
That is the stupidest sentence I have ever read.
I also took an IB calculus class that same year, haven't even touched it since unless im using engineering. . Most classes contain some sort
of history lesson whether its intentional or not.
Name one history lesson you learned in those classes then. Especially Calc.
Trig is a joke. Art was a joke. I can draw better than most people without opening my eyes. I took a strength and conditioning course every
term of high school. I also won a state championship in football. Dont insult me. If you were intelligent you would have realized that most class room
rhetoric and agenda's are chosen to stay away from more important topics that could raise issues in society.
You must be so smart that you did not even need to make sense. You did not address the point of my post at all. You did not reply to my point. You
just wrote me a letter telling me you were awesome in high school, too smart for it even, then proceeded to write a bunch of empty, ignorant
I am still cracking up at your claim to know most of the stuff you learned in physics class already, except for the physics.
Read my post again and have someone who understands the difference between writing, reading, and grammar lessons explain it to you so maybe you can
write a response that makes some sense.
You insulted yourself.