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    >>I didn't know the case study at all.

    Did you happen to notice the bright blue appendix with ALL OF THE CODE IN IT? .

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    Yeah, that makes you lose time.
    That's why I had to skip 4 questions.
    I would of preferred being able to answer them all.

    I really, really want a 5.
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    Originally posted by -KEN-
    >>Everyone, this was sarcasm. Just ignore it.

    It's funny to watch people scramble around and reply to it, though...

    BTW, you messed up your troll ethy....I said AP test...make sure you get it right next time, it adds to the credibility. Oh well, it seems people didn't even notice though, did they?
    I'm not a $$$$ing troll!!!

    Ken, why are you even bothering with the ACTs? Even if you do
    go to college, you probably won't finish (you know, because of
    the alcoholism). Why would you even want to go? Your family's
    loaded, it's not like they're going to let you become a bum. You'll
    always be safe. You should enjoy your life and live off your parents'
    money.

    Kermi's wrong. It is in fact "Ivy League", not "IV League." It
    doesn't refer to the number of schools (because there were 8 when
    the term was first used), it refers to Ivy growing on the walls.
    Staying away from General.

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    skipping four is fine. the curve will hopefully be around a 65% for a five. we'll see.

    free response number 3: i just screwed up. i couldn't think right today, let alone that problem. i'm confident with the MC, and most of the free response. ahh, july july july.

    well, 3 more APs to go.

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    Originally posted by ethic
    I'm not a $$$$ing troll!!!

    Ken, why are you even bothering with the ACTs? Even if you do
    go to college, you probably won't finish (you know, because of
    the alcoholism). Why would you even want to go? Your family's
    loaded, it's not like they're going to let you become a bum. You'll
    always be safe. You should enjoy your life and live off your parents'
    money.

    Kermi's wrong. It is in fact "Ivy League", not "IV League." It
    doesn't refer to the number of schools (because there were 8 when
    the term was first used), it refers to Ivy growing on the walls.
    You're right...you're not even a troll...just a horrible excuse for one.

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    Originally posted by -KEN-
    You're right...you're not even a troll...just a horrible excuse for one.
    Ouch, you really know how to hurt someone, Ken. I don't know if
    I'll ever be able to get over that comment. I'm a horrible excuse
    for a troll..

    Kill me. I don't want to live anymore.

    Do you actually think you're capable of finishing college? It doesn't
    matter how smart you are, Ken (we all know you're a genius). You
    have a problem with alcohol. You can take that as a troll-esque
    comment if you want, but it is true. Any person that gets drunk
    regularly before the age of 17 has a problem. How old were you
    when you started drinking? 15? 14? You're not even old enough
    to buy the stuff, and you still have trouble controlling yourself.
    Imagine how irresponsible you're going to be when you're 21,
    living alone (or with your fratboy roommates), and with access to
    a huge wad of cash your parents have given you.

    You won't be able to get through your first year's Spring Break.

    You're an alcoholic. Tell your parents... Sure, they'll ground you,
    maybe take away your Audi (what parent would want their 16 year
    old, alcoholic son driving when he has a problem with Alcohol), and
    probably limit your contact with your homies. But it's for the best.

    I'm just thinking about you, Ken. I love you. I don't want anything
    to happen to you.
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    You've always been able to give me a good laugh, ethy .

    I never drink and drive, so I don't see the harm. Hell, I haven't really had anything to drink in about a month anyhow.

    I would argue with you, but we both know it's fruitless. Funny you should mention what you did though, one of my oldest brother's friends died in a car accident last night. I think my brother said he was drinking.

    //edit: I just realized that this is probably the best you can ever come up with when you're trolling me...it's the only thing you harp on about.

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    I have to side with Ken. I'm coming from one of the most drunk cities in the US and my classmates started drinking at 14 or 15. We even had a bar that hald our high school was at every weekend. One night a bounce tried to refuse to allow the 16 or 17 year old son of the bar owner in...the bouncer was fired after 5 minutes on a cell phone. (And did I mention the parents doing keg stands @ our last day of school party?)

    People are generally very resposable about drivers, and they seem to turn out ok in the end. My university has a massive drinking problem, but no one drives and the alumni seem to have turned out ok.

    I'm not sayin all of the drinking is good, not by any means, but perhaps it isn't as bad as you make it out to be ethic.
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    Originally posted by kermi3

    and they seem to turn out ok in the end

    I'm not sayin all of the drinking is good, not by any means, but perhaps it isn't as bad as you make it out to be ethic.
    Drinking is wrong when you're 15 years old. I'm not going to expect
    any of you to understand. You all appear to be very selfish
    people that care more about next weekend's party than anything
    else. Really, I'm glad I never went to college (and barely even
    went to High School).

    He's 16 and he's only gone 1 month without having a drink. AA
    members don't even consider that to be a long period of sobriety.


    Ken:
    //edit: I just realized that this is probably the best you can ever come up with when you're trolling me...it's the only thing you harp on about.
    I doubt it. There are a lot of things I hate about you, but everybody
    already knows you're a drunk -- so why not play off that? Besides,
    I think it's better than resorting to one-word name calling... "Troll.
    You're a troll. Troll! Troll! Blah, blah, Troll!" Brilliant, Ken. I'd hate
    to have a confrontation with you in person; you show no mercy.

    "Troll! Troll!"

    Jeez, do you really think I'm a troll? That's just lame. You and Govtcheez,
    (the two people who've called me a troll) have both said more
    troll-esque comments than I ever have. Blantant hyprocrisy.
    Staying away from General.

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    You packed up and left FD, can't you pack up and leave cprog now? You're not funny, witty, clever, or anything revolving around intelligent. You're bothersome and people tire of you saying the same damned thing in every little reply you make, troll.

    >>He's 16 and he's only gone 1 month without having a drink. AA
    members don't even consider that to be a long period of sobriety.<<

    Is it a bad thing when your eyes roll so hard they come flying out of their sockets? ::pop-pop:: Oh well.

    Go take your happy pills. You've gone far too long without them.

    //edit: Hay guyz, I'm gonna go drive around my Audi while drinking from the keg I had implanted in my passanger seat...see ya when I get back to my 8-story mansion. Me and all my :cool: Abercrombie and Fitch-wearin' friends are gonna throw a huge party!
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    Originally posted by -KEN-
    //edit: Hay guyz, I'm gonna go drive around my Audi while drinking from the keg I had implanted in my passanger seat...see ya when I get back to my 8-story mansion. Me and all my Abercrombie and Fitch-wearin' friends are gonna throw a huge party!
    Take out the keg and that's probably more accurate than you'll ever admit to.

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    Originally posted by -KEN-
    You packed up and left FD, can't you pack up and leave cprog now? You're not funny, witty, clever, or anything revolving around intelligent. You're bothersome and people tire of you saying the same damned thing in every little reply you make, troll.

    >You're bothersome and people tire of you saying the same
    >damned thing in every little reply you make, troll.


    Picturing you behind that keyboard, teary-eyed, hitting the keys
    with anger almost makes me laugh; that is, if it wasn't so sad.
    I guess it's typical of every rich, spoiled (and you are spoiled,
    you can't deny that) kid. You have a difficult time coping with
    things, huh?

    You're too emotional, Ken. You should get some help. You're
    throwing a tantrum like a little kid. You've resorted to childish
    name-calling and, even more lame, trying to rally support against
    me. Is that how you are in real-life? When you have an argument
    with someone, do you speak for everybody else around you in an
    attempt to gang up on that lone person? You're speaking for a lot
    of people when you say that everybody is tired of me. Then again,
    you are a cool guy; maybe it's safe to assume that everybody will
    always follow you.

    People are tired of me, eh? So what? Why would I care about
    that? It's not like I'm trying to entertain people. But even if I was,
    I could make you laugh easily. You laugh at dumb things; all I'd
    have to do is pull some overt sexual reference from American Pie
    and I'd have you laughing for hours. It seems you find anything
    with the word "lesbian" in it funny. Hehe, I bet you giggle everytime
    you read your own sig.

    Hey, here's an idea: if you're so tired of me, why don't you add
    me to your ignore list? You've already added Chris (which you
    always remind everybody of in every thread he posts to). As a matter
    of fact, that goes to everybody. And if the mods are sick of me, too --
    they're more than welcome to ban me. Who knows, I may actually
    decide to stop posting soon.

    The reason I say the same thing over and over again is because
    you can't seem to get it through your head just how obnoxious I
    find you to be. It's not only the valley-boy, extremely-trendy, club
    kid, self-imaged obsessed aspects that I dislike about you; I also
    don't like your ego, either. You constantly brag about how much
    better you are than everybody else: How much your car costs,
    how physically well-developed you are, or how your IQ is so
    high, your mother won't even tell you what it is (probably
    because she thinks you're cocky, too. Doesn't want it to go
    straight to your head.)

    You may think that all of that stuff will get people to like you, and
    maybe some people will, but real people hate you for it. They hate
    the fact that you get a $50,000 gift for no reason other than getting
    a your Drivers License. They hate hearing about how you'll never have to
    go through life worrying about anything (except maybe BS relationship
    garbage that you High School kids cry over) while they work two
    jobs just so they can afford the payment on the 72 month loan
    they had to take out to buy a Hyundai Elantra.

    >You're not funny, witty, clever, or anything revolving around
    >intelligent.


    I've never claimed to be smart. And if you've ever paid attention
    to anything I've said, you'd know that I've even claimed to be
    an idiot. I've never taken an AP test, the SATS, or the ACTs, but if
    I did, I wouldn't do good. So what? That's another thing that I
    don't like about you and a lot of people on this board. The
    intellectual elitism that a lot of members here show. How many
    threads have there been about how stupid somone is based on
    the code they've written? Just because someone isn't an experienced
    programmer, that doesn't mean they're an idiot. Great, you're smart;
    good for you. But keep in mind that being a genius doesn't necessarily
    mean you're not a shallow weenie.

    I'm sure you're going to have a hard time believing this, but maybe
    there's something out there than I can do better than a lot of
    other people can. And if there is, you can bet I wouldn't hold it
    over the heads of the people who couldn't do it.

    Now I'm done. If you want, you can make fun of me for spending
    a friday night writing an extremely long reply to comments I really
    didn't care about in the first place. Go ahead, troll.
    Staying away from General.

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    *claps and lets out a wookie roar for ethic*

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    "OMG your parents have money IHATEYOUIHATEYOUIHATEYOU!!!" - comical to the max.

    >>Now I'm done. If you want, you can make fun of me for spending a friday night writing an extremely long reply to comments I really didn't care about in the first place. Go ahead, troll.<<

    That is pretty pathetic, ethic. Just the thought that I angered you enough to do that is awesome, and means I got to you. Wohoo, I win!

    >>$50,000

    30.

    I love it, ethic. You remind me of the whiny kid who wanted kids to like him in highschool, but just couldn't cut it. So instead he ..........es and moans about anyone who does the things he'd wanted. It's sad, really.

    But I've got to go again...I charged a diamond ring to my super-platinum visa, and I need to go to the bank and deposit a coupla thousand to cover the costs. Oh well, a coupla thou' is nothin.
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    ethic, I'm crying from laughter! You need to become an author!!

    you rule!

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