Little extreme don't you think. . did you know? The average teenager spends 31 hours a week an the internet and 4 hours a week an homework, eem That seems a lit Little extreme don't you think did know? The average teenager spends 31 hours a week an the internet and 4 homework eem That seems lit
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User avatar #1 - scottza
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(08/12/2012) [-]
i spend 31 hours on the internet every day
#23 to #1 - nnightfire
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#65 to #23 - isellrape
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#225 to #65 - LittleShippy
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#226 to #65 - LittleShippy
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User avatar #130 to #23 - iliveinrackcity
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i laughed at the fact that this got so many thumbs down and he was trying to be nice xD
User avatar #161 to #23 - cantpickusername
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I gave you a thumb. Maybe you can get above -100.
User avatar #248 to #161 - nnightfire
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Did....did you really just do this to me? I thought we had something!!!
Why would you do that after all the nie things we had!
Remember that time i made a nice comment... and you said ''I gave you a thumb. Maybe you can get above -100'' ? Those were the times....
But now it seems like all those good times didn't ment anything!
You.... you know what... YOU ARE DEAD TO ME NOW!!!!
User avatar #250 to #248 - cantpickusername
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Hmmm.....hmmmm........*nice.
User avatar #252 to #250 - nnightfire
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A grammar mistake doesn't change anything to the fact that you ruined everything we had!
#256 to #252 - cantpickusername
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#257 to #256 - nnightfire
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re... rea... really...?
User avatar #261 to #257 - cantpickusername
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I lied.
#262 to #261 - nnightfire
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Comment Picture
#263 to #262 - cantpickusername
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W-WHAT????
#213 to #1 - kouzan
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#119 to #1 - chiktikkavaspaus
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Very impressive considering there's only 23 hours, 57 minutes, and 4.1 seconds in a day.
Very impressive considering there's only 23 hours, 57 minutes, and 4.1 seconds in a day.

#162 to #119 - heybabywhatsshakin
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where did the other 2 minutes and 55.9 seconds go?
where did the other 2 minutes and 55.9 seconds go?
#170 to #162 - chiktikkavaspaus
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They get together every four years for a party in late February.   
   
Don't know why I was thumbed down, but I don't really care.
They get together every four years for a party in late February.

Don't know why I was thumbed down, but I don't really care.
User avatar #174 to #170 - heybabywhatsshakin
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mad shiet, i dont have school today and im still learning :)
#194 to #174 - clydecarver
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#232 to #170 - blindkungfumasta
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Dafuq? Well how does that work since we still keep track of days by 24 hours?
User avatar #254 to #232 - kinda
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Each day is just under 24 hours.
We round up to 24 hours.
By doing this, a whole year is technically 365.25 days.
We then add a day to a year every four years to make up for the .25 days. (.25 x 4 = 1)
Problem = solved.
#292 to #254 - blindkungfumasta
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Wait, wouldn't we want to subtract a day every four years to make up for the extra .25 days a year?
User avatar #297 to #292 - kinda
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That is the same thing i thought when i read this thread but no.
Since we round up to 24 hours there is a small amount of time added.
Since there would be 365 days in a year if we did not round up, there is now an extra .25 days on an entire year, so now, me must add 1 day every four years.

Or, think about it this way, we round up to 24 hours making part of tomorrow at the end of today, by doing this it eventually adds up to 6 hours of tomorrow at the end of today ,by December. That may seem like it would mess up time a lot but with daylight savings times it kinda helps. So, now you have 6 hours of a day all messed up, so you take a .25 of a day and you stick it on the end of the year so the entire decade doesn't shift 2-3 days!

#299 to #297 - blindkungfumasta
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Oh ****, now I get it. They don't really add a day, they just add it on the calender, and that day IS the .25 days each year. I thought you meant they literally counted an extra day along with the .25 each year to add 2 days every 4 years. Still, wouldn't that mess with the seasonal year a little bit?
User avatar #164 to #162 - foitleman
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Technically that is right, because our days are just under 24 hours. That's why we have a leap year every four years that adds an extra day to account for the difference. But oh well
#167 to #164 - heybabywhatsshakin
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im too dumb for this shiet.
im too dumb for this shiet.
User avatar #259 to #164 - emrakul
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No, a day is exactly 24 hours, it's just that a year doesn't divide exactly into a whole number of days, so they have to vary the length of the years to keep the calendar accurate.
#219 to #1 - anon id: 835a8e9a
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le XD
#230 to #219 - blindkungfumasta
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You're a faggot.
#265 to #230 - anon id: 5f2f6b1b
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*your
User avatar #266 to #265 - bunchofsillies
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Christ in a sidecar, don't home school your children.
User avatar #22 - manofparody
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I always thought the idea of homework was ******* retarded. "Oh, we're going to make you go to school for the majority of your day that you're awake. Then, when you get home, OH when you get home! There's even MORE work for school!"
Whoever is behind that giant scam can go **** themselves.
#99 to #22 - anon id: a05e0f11
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Homework can be extremely beneficial. You learn something new and school, but your mind doesn't care enough to save it, so it only stores it in your short-term memory. If you do your homework 3-4 hours after school ends, it will transfer to long-term memory and be kept indefinetly.

As far as summer work, **** that ****.

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User avatar #118 to #99 - hokiefan
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i believe homework can be beneficial if you have trouble with the subject, but if you know the subject like the back of your hand i see no point, so if i were i teacher, i wouldn't make homework necessary, i would hand it out to those who want it and it would be worth 1 or 2 points of extra credit on the next test/quiz
User avatar #121 to #22 - jimmyprice
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i believe that people who are not doing good in school should get homework like if you are getting a "C" or below but if you are getting an "A" or a "B" i think you get the material good enough already you dont even need homework
#218 to #121 - madeitforthemusic
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But then since all the smart kids stopped getting work they'll turn dumb.
#217 to #22 - madeitforthemusic
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Well with the school knowing you're doing your homework, they can be SURE that you know your ****. People can totally forget **** if it wasn't for homework.
User avatar #85 to #22 - mahnamesjakers
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And don't even get me started on summer work. I guess working my ass off for 180 days isn't enough, I guess I need to waste my summer with homework too.
User avatar #49 to #22 - funnyjunktitan
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my science teacher last year never gave us homework because "it would only be worth 5
% anyway so you wouldn't do it and then it wouldn't help" he was pretty awesome
#91 - harvestmoonfanboi
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how i spent those hours on the internets
how i spent those hours on the internets
User avatar #228 to #91 - whiteyswag
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Wreck 'Em Tech!!!
#108 to #91 - fansinatra
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How did this only have 4 thumbs?
#43 - ColeTheUber
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Lightweight. I average 100+ hours each week.
User avatar #158 - jirichi
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31 hours a week? Damn, that's what I do in like a day.
#163 to #158 - cheeziswin
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31 hours in one day..?

User avatar #165 to #163 - jirichi
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Yes.
#168 to #165 - fuclord
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sorda impossable
#169 to #158 - purealterego
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sorry about the 31 days a week... wasn't feelin' the "flow" without it
#199 to #169 - anon id: b60a6a9a
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31 weeks a month
31 months a year
31 years a day.
Yes.
#244 - Kew
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Get the **** out of my room, I'm sick of pretending to play Solitaire
#249 to #244 - moldypubes
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If you know what I mean
User avatar #209 - AccWasLost
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Over the summer, I would spend at least 91 hours a week on the interne. Plebs.
#211 to #209 - eddiethead
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only 91?
I've been waiting to use this picture.
User avatar #233 - Zydratejunkie
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Only 31 hours a week? I spend at least 70 a week. Wow, I'm above average at something. I'M ABOVE AVERAGE! **** YEAH!
User avatar #246 to #233 - threadcreator
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I know you guys don't give a ****, but in the 9th grade I scored the 12th best English score on that final test. My parents were military so I took a "Terra Nova" test. Only real academic success I achieved except for not failing a grade.
User avatar #300 to #246 - Zydratejunkie
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Um... Not sure what that has to do with much... But, I used to be a merit award student for grades 9 and 10. Meaning I didn't get a grade below 75% all year. Then my dad died, I stopped giving a ****, and my average dropped to 45%!!! By the end of high school my mom was just so damned proud that i'd graduated at all. Moral of the story is, grades don't matter much. Despite my low grades I'm still going to a pretty kickass college for chemistry. The only thing that matters is that you're happy, and do it at your own pace.
#182 - allamericangirl [OP]
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People thumbing are making me happy
People thumbing are making me happy
#185 to #182 - anon id: e27d6a9b
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Have some red ones to mix it up! :D
#202 to #182 - thegreatbizzo
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#183 to #182 - urfunnyman
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#21 - parman
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More like 70 hrs of internet. Oh wait...we're talking about those people who actually have a life?