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#239 - weehaa 03/24/2016 on Dos 0
#80 - Pretty sure it is. Wonder where this is from. Ole, Ol… 03/14/2016 on Feminist begs for Trump... 0
#105 - Pretty sure this guy was an actor in a video making fun of wha… 02/29/2016 on Muslims for Trump 0
#80 - I ****** up. I meant PSU 01/19/2016 on pc 0
#33 - When you buy good graphics card but your GPU can't handle it.  [+] (2 new replies) 01/18/2016 on pc -1
#47 - anon (01/18/2016) [-]
CPU?
PSU?
room in the goddam case?
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#80 - ayehateyawrflaws (01/19/2016) [-]
I fucked up. I meant PSU
#296 - Again, thats a twisted interpretation. Although the Quran has …  [+] (1 new reply) 01/11/2016 on judas 0
#299 - anon (01/11/2016) [-]
Look up the punishment for apostasy. It's pretty clear cut that if you leave Islam you are to be killed. Kind of hard to misinterpret that.

Now I don't know about you, but that sounds like some drink-the-koolaid Jonestown level cult shit.
#261 - To be fair, it's not the religion itself that's at fault here,…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/11/2016 on judas +1
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#277 - distortedflare (01/11/2016) [-]
That is true but as a whole even the ones that don't belief in bombing places will still stone a girl to death for being raped or disown or even kill children that leave, marry outside the religion. Hell not to long ago a muslim family killed their daughter in an honor killing because she decided she wanted to go to University not only that but was dating a guy that was christian.
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#296 - ayehateyawrflaws (01/11/2016) [-]
Again, thats a twisted interpretation. Although the Quran has a lot of out of date rules and practices, it's still has remained pretty accurate for a lot of things.
#299 - anon (01/11/2016) [-]
Look up the punishment for apostasy. It's pretty clear cut that if you leave Islam you are to be killed. Kind of hard to misinterpret that.

Now I don't know about you, but that sounds like some drink-the-koolaid Jonestown level cult shit.
#386 - The one day I'm not at home and without internet 12/24/2015 on FJ Funds A Game - Who's... 0
#7 - The tards dont have their own school?  [+] (20 new replies) 12/16/2015 on Tard Stories +58
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#73 - ecowolfrb (12/17/2015) [-]
They should have their own school, it's called the abortion clinic.
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#69 - thesupervillian (12/17/2015) [-]
Sort of. There are "alternative" schools that are supposed to be good for kids with some shitty problem or excuse for learning. I used to go to one. It was like 80% burnouts and 10% tards. Slowly, though, the tards were no longer at the school. We had one that was an alright guy. He graduated around 5 times and just coming back because he liked the school. Dude used to run around and dance during lunch while listening to music, liked to pretend he was an animal at times and would roar or some shit. Never had those tard breakdowns that these stories feature. Honestly, sometimes I would forget he had the downs. I say this because I would feel bad about the numerous times i've made retard jokes to my friends while the kid was near. Teachers would yell at me and it would take me a minute to remember that the kid was near. Worst thing he's ever done was chase me trying to spit water on me. That was pretty weird I guess. He was still smarter then most the burn outs at my school though, so there's that.
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#66 - Shiny (12/17/2015) [-]
Basically, soccer moms force the special needs kids to be taught with the rest even though none of the kids want that and the high functioning retards already attend normal classes with reasonable accommodation.
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#62 - KillinTime (12/17/2015) [-]
nope! that would hurt the parents feelings.
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#59 - kristovsky (12/17/2015) [-]
We get Tard schools in the UK, as a result very few tards ever get into normal schools here (usually only ones who are slightly on the spectrum, though we had a bigger tard in my school cause his mum refused to send him to a tard school).
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#56 - wrpen (12/16/2015) [-]
My high school was the biggest in the district in southeast Texas. There were like six or seven genuine tards enrolled, but plenty were damn near.
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#27 - Deavas (12/16/2015) [-]
i went to school in the south for 3 years, tards everywhere. thankfully i moved back up north where things are much less fuck
#9 - flyingrabbit (12/16/2015) [-]
Many countries support the idea of 'including' kids with special needs into regular schools, in order to build their self esteem and to show them that they are not any different from the other students.

However, studies show a decline in overall grades based on school statistics (before and after inclusion).

In Germany, there are indeed schools for kids with special needs. Which is nice, since they get to be in an environment which caters to their needs and help them mature at their own pace.
#67 - adhdtookmyaccount (12/17/2015) [-]
I hear Germany is really good at dealing with retards

They get to go to fun camps and be free!
#44 - theredsunrising (12/16/2015) [-]
I preferred their old program
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#35 - belshir (12/16/2015) [-]
never been fan of that, i understand the process and it helps kids understand but holy hell. These kids arent really kids, they are walking problems to everyone around them, they cant really learn and they are disruptive to those around them, its unfair to regular kids. I dont know maybe im just a moody shit...
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#19 - watermelonkittie (12/16/2015) [-]
In Holland the need for a special school is evaluated before the parents make their decision. Even then, the schools usually have a meeting with the child first to see if he/she can fit in a normal school life. I have slight autism, but that didn't bother the school board. But I have heard stories about down-syndromes getting rejected.
#15 - anon (12/16/2015) [-]
My sister works in one of those "tards included" schools in Germany. It - doesn't - work. You basically have a class of between 25 and 30 kids, 5 of those have some sort of learning disability and 2 or 3 need constant attention or they either won't understand anything or worst case they'll fuck shit up constantly.

Now normally you have 2 teachers per class and if you are lucky 1 aide (who could be anyone from some high school girl helping out to an actually qualified person).
Most of the time though it's 2 teachers, one running the lesson, the other one walking around helping out. But there are about 8 kids who definitely need help all the time. Meanwhile, 1 of those 3 very special kids is throwing a tantrum, making it impossible for anyone to concentrate. When he has finally calmed down, some of the normal kids have decided to chime in and throw stuff at each other. All this noise has severely intimidated a shy special girl who is now sitting underneath the desk, crying, sobbing and rocking back and forth.

Now that is a good day. What happens though if the 2nd teacher is sick? Tough shit, that's what happens.
So as much as I like the concept of these schools, they aren't really helping anyone.
#45 - anon (12/16/2015) [-]
I went to a "Non-mainstream" school in the UK, had a much better set up. I didn't really need to go there, just had mild aspergers and had problems in my first high school. I had learning support follow me everywhere which is embarrassing as fuck. I got picked on by one of learning support staff, that was ignored by the rest of the teachers and I refused to go back. Moved into new school a few months later.

How they operated was most classes had between 5 and 10 kids, one teacher and if there was hard to handle kids or a troublesome class in general 1 learning support person. My class had 4. The school was actually alright, very patient teachers of course. Had some really badly effected kids though, people who would never have responsibility EVER. Couldn't stand it by the end though, still don't like socializing with autistic people because of it.
#17 - flyingrabbit (12/16/2015) [-]
That is actually rather interesting. My Uncle works at one of those schools in Germany, too. According to him, everything is going decently well. Guess it is different regarding the state the school is located in ...
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#20 - watermelonkittie (12/16/2015) [-]
I guess it's also the students in said school. My brother went to such a special school (which was a mistake, since his autism is very slight, but that's another story) and he said te only thing that actually went wrong there was that some kid was getting bullied. This was due to some aggressive classmaates of his, so there's that. School didn't help though. My brother took pictures as evidence of the bullying and the school made him delete those since it "could harm the schools reputation"
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#10 - gypsydude (12/16/2015) [-]
Germany has a program like that, really? That's actually really great and you clearly pointed it out with the environment, plus the amount of help and assistance that they can get compared to trying to divided the help and resources across areas to only reach one kid.
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#11 - compared (12/16/2015) [-]
Thanks for the mention.
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#13 - gypsydude (12/16/2015) [-]
No prob bae wanna get eroupe in here too?
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#14 - compared (12/16/2015) [-]
We may as well.
#47 - Is it worth playing if you know the ending?  [+] (5 new replies) 12/14/2015 on Imagine a game +3
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#53 - fckya (12/14/2015) [-]
yes
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#52 - herosoldier (12/14/2015) [-]
Yea but the controls are a little clunky
#82 - malilk (12/14/2015) [-]
Heard a great theory they made the controls and gameplay chuncky and generic on purpose. so it felt like a slog and you got kinda bored and apathetic playing.

No clue if true though
#87 - ygdosst (12/14/2015) [-]
"It's a feature"
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#85 - hourlyb (12/14/2015) [-]
Nope.
They just sucked at programming and someone decided to make that up to compensate for it.