Argh! I'm out!

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Have you started your homework, students-people?

Me, no. And when my Mother discovered it, she get a little mad. She forbidden me to use computer and other videoplaying-tecnology until I finish these damned homeworks.

Then, I'm out. This is my last day, before She put a password., for keep me out.

So, bye. For me, at least, the Dikiyoba's Project is finished, at this point. I wish good luck everyone, anyway. I'll miss you all. I'll return later for read your replies.

Best wishes, MagmaDragoon.

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Bye, and hurry with doing your homework so you may return quickly.

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Wow, I still have three more weeks of summer. I've never had school at this time of the year before, so it's strange for me to think there's people at school, true as it may be.

[ Thursday, August 03, 2006 04:14: Message edited by: BainIhrno ]

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He may not be at school right now, even though he has homework. I always had homework and coursework to do during the summer for the last three or so years of school.

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What homework? We don't get such things in the vocational institute. Well, I figure it would be quite hard for people to practice welding or install air conditioning systems at home anyways...

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I've finished college (the English version), and I'm no longer going to university, so I will never have to experience the "joys" of homework again. I do, however, need to find a job.

Anyway, Magma, hurry up, as Aran said, and come back! The boards need some Italian flair!

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quote:
Originally written by I'll Steal Your Toast:

Read those technical manuals...
I can certainly do that, but anything that funny does not qualify as work.

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Right, I just finished summer calculus today... so no more homework there. :D Heck, I finish my last day of work in about 7 hours... :D

I still have about four weeks until my fall semester starts, so I finally get to enjoy my "vacation"...

But anyway, that's not important. Best of luck with homework, Magma! Return with all due haste!

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Thanks you all! I have a good news: I managed to get a reduction of my punishment, and MAYBE sometimes I can get here, but I'm not sure. Bye!

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Just tell your mother that we are helping you with your homework and occasionally post a problem so you have proof to show her. It wasn't that long ago that physics problems were posted.

We are helping you with your English so you are getting some benefits from coming here.
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I'm not a homework person, really. If something is seriously overdue, I'll do it, but other than that, no.

Hope you get back soon, Magma.

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In the golden age of RWG (then still GC), someone posted their Spanish homework because this was their only means of file transfer from the school computer.

I am wondering what mail provider he was using, but for some reason it was blocked by the school while this forum was not.

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Schools do weird stuff like that, unfortunately.

Once, Dikiyoba's school blocked students from having access to Microsoft Word, even though the computers' primary reason for existance is type up papers.
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My high school blocked all email access on its computers because someone used their email to infect the network with a virus. If you wanted to send your homework home, you had to buy a floppy disk from the shool for 50 cents. It was also against school rules to bring files in from home on any form of media. We all did it though. :P

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This reminds me of a non-computer related but still odd rule at my highschool. You weren't allowed to bring anything with to school/take anything home at the end of the day on the last day of the year. The reason was that if you had something, any kind of thing apparently, you might throw it out of the window of a bus on your way home. I found this particularly absurd since I didn't ride the bus.

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I can beat that. My school computers didn't have internet until somewhere in 2000. The printers would NEVER work, and you’d only get to go to the lab once at week (if it was working at the time, which was highly unlikely).
Nonetheless, the school had hundreds of stupid rules, which they refused to explain. Like:
1) Guys had to cut their hair at least once every three months. Depending on how long and fast it grew
2) You couldn't use hair gel
3) You couldn't wear nail polisher
4) You had to wear your ID at all times. Yes, that's right, wear it. It had a little clip, and you'd attach it to your shirt
5) You couldn't curse, let alone curse at your teacher (NYC public schools are so tolerant)
6) There was no way of you getting out of school unless you were sick or your parent would come pick you up. (In NYC you can just walk out). And it was real hard to pretend to be sick too (trust me I tried :P ) with the school nurse and all, whom I must add, sucked. She'll give you half of a pill if you were really sick, and her solution for a headache was putting ice on your forehead.

And there are plenty more, but it's been a while. Sigh... the days.

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quote:
Originally written by Leena:

You couldn't curse, let alone curse at your teacher
That's a common rule that's enforced in most, if not all, high schools.

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We're allowed to curse at school, just not at a teacher although they are allowed to curse at us. Also, no I hadnt done my homework so I didnt go to school and then the school rang my dad at work and now I am waiting at home to see how much crap I'm in. Also, I may be intoxicated, which I can't see helping my argument.
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We can visit any site we want on the internet; but the techies have "methods" to track our sites.

And another school where I live has rules that say girls cannot wear make up. It has been generally accepted by the students, but lately a couple of girls there started sooking (literally), because they got sent home for having dyed hair. There have been angry letters going every which way for the past week or two. :rolleyes:

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I can't remember my school having any weird rules. Actually, its quite a tolerant school. You have all the normal rules, and if such a rule is broken constantly, a new rule is made, which does have affect. Its all quite normal, actually. Then we also don't have a school nurse, but you do have other persons to go to who are quite experienced when it comes to identifying sick children (they have children of their own).

And I haven't done homework for weeks now (7, actually, as the last 3 weeks of school don't have any homework anymore, just 2 weeks of tests and a final week of sitting around the house, getting back the tests and here your marks.). In 3 weeks I will be starting again, though.

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My school is an arts school, so there are tons of people walking around in pajamas and stuff. Dress code rules aren't enforced. I don't use the computers there(evil 7 year old PCs...) except when English is spent doing research and I've never come up against any blocks, just exetremely slow loading times.

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