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**The Lounge / Amazing epiphany I just had**

« **on:**September 08, 2008, 11:27:10 AM »

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Allow me to elaborate: In math class, through my sheer brilliance and remarkable wit I managed to score highly (on a dubiously casual math placement aptitude test.) Through this test, I was enabled to bypass two sectors of mathematical study (Pre-Calculus and 12 Chapters of Calculus) Entirely. But, alas, these trials were more treacherous than anticipated. Here begins my Life in Calculus with a foreign math teacher, who is completely devoted to math. You can tell this guy never got anything lower than a 90% in math. As with all math archtypes, the man rarely devoted any time to elaborating about current mathematical errors and the like. But, like

We all know Einstein is a stereotypically smart guy. Lets examine his life: Has ADD. Bored with early schooling. Gets a mediocre occupation and continues his humble existence until, one day, he discovers SCIENCE. He then gets famous and now has the sole role of Heroic Scientific Genuis. Due to this imaginary prestige, and imaginary duty to fulfill this imaginary prestige, he devotes his life to the Advancement of Science. Unfortunately, he doesn't really get anywhere and lives an unhappy man. He then dies, an unhappy man.

So kids, wHat Is TEH MORAL TO THIS STORY???

Being smart is being dumb.

I plan on enrolling in pre-calculus this semester.

*artform*(women of course) I reached this brilliant (but extraneous) conclusion: BEING SMART IS BEING DUMB.Allow me to elaborate: In math class, through my sheer brilliance and remarkable wit I managed to score highly (on a dubiously casual math placement aptitude test.) Through this test, I was enabled to bypass two sectors of mathematical study (Pre-Calculus and 12 Chapters of Calculus) Entirely. But, alas, these trials were more treacherous than anticipated. Here begins my Life in Calculus with a foreign math teacher, who is completely devoted to math. You can tell this guy never got anything lower than a 90% in math. As with all math archtypes, the man rarely devoted any time to elaborating about current mathematical errors and the like. But, like

**all**protoganistic archetype wannabes, I felt I could overcome these trials and magically (and effortlessly) prevail at math. I indeed believed this until I stumbled upon my first problem in homework. I soon realized that if my math level (specifically, calculus) was represented by a numeric character ranging from 0-10, I would essentially be a 2. It was then when I fully discovered the epiphany...We all know Einstein is a stereotypically smart guy. Lets examine his life: Has ADD. Bored with early schooling. Gets a mediocre occupation and continues his humble existence until, one day, he discovers SCIENCE. He then gets famous and now has the sole role of Heroic Scientific Genuis. Due to this imaginary prestige, and imaginary duty to fulfill this imaginary prestige, he devotes his life to the Advancement of Science. Unfortunately, he doesn't really get anywhere and lives an unhappy man. He then dies, an unhappy man.

So kids, wHat Is TEH MORAL TO THIS STORY???

Being smart is being dumb.

I plan on enrolling in pre-calculus this semester.

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