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For some odd reason, PerC won’t let me create a new paragraphin…. So, I’m using word. NOT SURE HOW FAR THIS’LL GO. *cringes* :frustrating:

Back to the topic, “Is Childhood A Handicap?” – I’m serious. Why do I go toschool everyday? So I could learn, and gain life and book knowledge? (Which Ienjoy doing, honestly.)

But it often doesn’t feel like that. I often feel like I’m sitting in a class,being lectured, picked on, and dumbed down to/on. By people who often haveLITTLE to NO understanding of ME as a character on ALL LEVELS.

I know school is good and such, but – I often always get out of school thinking“Why do I feel depressed? Why do I feel unaccomplished? Why do I feel like Icould do more, but nobody gives a second thought on my person and feelings asmuch as they should?” :rolleyes:

I feel like I’m wasting my life sometimes, stranded with my peers. When I havea better understanding for myself, on the kind of people, and the kind of way Iwant/go about my own future and such. :confused:

I feel like my life is being drained because in society and as a socialstandard, as a child. I often am looked down upon, and sometimes people mistreatbecause of it. Like I’m stupid, like I’m worthless, like I have to do whateveryone else does because I’m some MEANINGLESS person in the long run? :unsure:

I mean, as I’ve said. School will help me as I learn and such. But - life as a kid in general(Basically on goingto school, and being around my peers most of the time and etc. are all of whatlife is like for me and kids in general – as I’ve noticed for the most part.)is often demeaning, and it’s like I can’t go towards what I want all of thetime, like I have to be like everyone else. Like, I have to wait and do this,until I’m older, or I can’t do this because I have all of these other things todo.

And for what? A lot of the things I do are things that really won’t help me inwhat I truly want to do later on. And if they do, why do I have to spend a lotof extra time with such people and standards, when I could just do it my ownway, experience, learn, and plan what I WANT/SHOULD do. :dry:

Sorry, I know I just sound like some ranting, inexperienced 14 year old. But,isn’t that what people in general think of me?:sad: Like, my age, my looks, the wayI talk, the way I learn, etc. Is how people superficially judge me. And in someway ‘force’ me to live my own life in a way, I don’t know what it’ll do for me,versus what I can do for MYSELF – just because I’m young, or I need experience,or I have to do this this way, because I’m just like “everyone else”. When Ireally want to contemplate my own significance, and self-discover myself. Or Iwant to find a way to contribute, change, or help things in society, and etc.

THAT, is what has consumed my mind lately. And, I really want to speak tosomeone about it. I just want someone to connect, or understand how I feel. It’sSO HARD dealing with the frustration I get sometimes when I think of thingslike this.:crying:

 

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Childhood is like that. You're always told by other people what to do and the moment you become an adult it all changes. There's nothing special that makes you yourself change leading up to adulthood. It's just society. Its a rule. The thing about it is that childhood is a time of self discovery and you're barely discovering anything when you're constantly told what to do. I really don't know what the solution is but I'm just throwing that out there. Also, school is not even designed to suit one's own personal needs. Its all just standardized crap that you never even use. There are so many people in jobs that they have very little prior experience in school from. I guess society is never really going to change that. I mean how can they accommodate one person? There is no time for that, when it has to run really systematically. I guess the only thing that really kept me in my own direction is having my own interests. A lot of the times in school I'd bring that to the table. But other then that, I don't know how much you can do to change it.
 

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I could show you a journal entry from when i was a sophomore in high school. I had a similar rant. I didn't even realize how unsatisfied I was in high school until I was out of it and into my first year of college. I thought i knew how bad I felt. I didn't lol.

I think the main thing to realize here is that there is a lot to be gained by learning how to make the best of one's environment. You are being limited in many ways, yes, but also enabled in others. If you manage your time well, you can still be constantly working towards your goals.

If you're feeling without purpose or just a number in a crowd, change it. It's up to you. School/age/the-perception-of-others used as an excuse can be just as confining as what society puts on you.
 

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Your post sounds a lot like something my INFJ daughter would have written a year or two ago (she's 15 now). And my INTP kid voiced some similar concerns, although he didn't seem to get so mentally invested with it and kind of went with the flow even if he did not like it.

A lot of this stuff unfortunately just is what it is. And yes, you spend a lot of time in school that you'd rather not, doing things that other people have set out for you. I think as a fellow INxx who went through some feelings like this when I was in school, I think it helps to remember that (1) it seems like a long time to you now, but in four more years you'll be out of school doing your thing, it actually passes quickly in hindsight, (2) the experience of dealing with it will equip you to deal with life later, and (3) you are free in your mind and in your free time to explore whatever you want and do your own thing regardless of what you need to do to school to prep for the work force or for collegiate education.

Things get more complicated when you're older in some ways -- you do have more power, but you are also more stuck and have more obligations. I miss the days of middle and high school when any time after school was over and over the summers I was completely free to do what I liked. But from now until the end of my life, I have obligations to people, to my employer, and to the people I owe money to in order to have the basic necessities of life. I would make the most of what you can right now, when you have a chance.

At least you can come here and voice what you're feeling. It must feel good to know there are people who hear you and can empathize.
 

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Childhood has its trade-offs. In the beginning, one may not know how the world works, how to play various sports or how to engage in conversation that can be useful things learned in grade school. There can also be something to be said for how to play with others, handle conflict and more than a few other interesting points at the super young side of things. Would you want everyone to just learn what they want and have chaos? The modern education system that exists has only been around for a couple hundred years. You do realize there are millions of children in the world that want school and have what would otherwise seem ludicrous distances to go to get to school, right? I'm talking about children walking for an hour or more each way to take in a few hours of schooling.

At the same time consider how well you are learning to conform and fit a mold. Granted you don't like it but that isn't the point. The point is to get used to following teachers and doing what one is told, at least this is part of what I remember from my early school years.

Some courses may be dumbed down where you already know this and thus it isn't useful for you. However, how many other students are in that class? Maybe a few of them would like to know this stuff. At some point in the system things turn and you get some choice at least as I recall high school and university. You may also consider figuring out how you learn and what stuff suits you in terms of future pursuits. After all, it isn't like school is that much of your day to day life is it? From what time in the morning till when in the afternoon are you in class and consider all the weekends off and holidays that you could actually use to build that... uummm what do they call it... oh yeah a life! What do you do in non-school time as I'm pretty sure you don't have school and sleep as your only activities in a day.

As for coming out of school depressed, what kind of mentality do you have about your day. Is Monday going to be horrible because you are being dragged into a building where you are forced to dance like a trained animal? If you have that attitude, I could see why you'd come out depressed. On the other hand, could you find another way of seeing the opportunity you have with school to study various subjects and master how you learn as chances are this will be a ridiculously valuable skill in the future unless you already know your job path and there is no educational component to it, which I highly doubt.

Do you have clubs or extra curricular activities that may brighten things up? That would be part of the power in having the choice to see things from various views. If you are so concerned about your thoughts and feelings, why don't you shift them by having goals and dreams where having an education may well play a role.

If you really want to claim that school is pointless, why not talk your parents into letting you go for a GED and then go onto the next point in life? There may be possibilities beyond the, "Woe is me, life sucks" victim mentality you appear to have here. Were you aware of a General Equivalence Degree?

You do realize that some of what is in place is for your own good right? There is still some brain development you'll have for the next decade and there is puberty and its differences that may be a factor to consider here. Part of the challenge in life is figuring out what do you want and how will you organize your life to get there.

If you approach people from a, "Oh poor me, have pity and let me do what I want..." then chances are they may well want to slap you. On the other hand if you can demonstrate that you do know what you want, have done your homework and thus are prepared to accept the responsibility and consequences from it things could be a wee bit different. Consider the idea of would you want to drive with someone that doesn't know the parts of a car that a driver uses? Like, let's take the person that doesn't know what a gas pedal, brake or windshield wipers are and put them in a car. Would you want to drive with that person? Probably not. On the other hand, if you had someone that knew the pieces of a car and was rather responsible then it may be a bit different, no?

Given the number of typos in your post, I do think some people may have a hard time believing you can communicate effectively and work well with others. You are aware that there were a bunch of missing spaces in your post that can make you look even younger or that you don't care about how much work others may have to do to understand you. 4 XMP, |_| U | zis? (Where that last sentence was somewhat a graphical representation of the sentence, "For example, can you read this?" where I tried abbreviating some things, use symbols in other places and just shorten words for kicks.
 

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I left the middle of 10th grade to home school. Not sure that was the best choice for me but anyway I am grateful that I had that option.

What is it you want to do? Don't let anyone look down on you just because you're younger. Maybe you can find a way to volunteer or something. Be creative. I know you're smart enough to figure something out.
 

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I'm sort of along the lines of jbking here, but I am going to explain why much of grade school is useful:

1. History: While I now have a skepticism about almost everything, much of what we learn in our history courses tends to at least reflect many philosophical questions. What I mean by my skepticism is that history is written by the victor or whomever was able to dominate the archives and what they contained. There are a lot of events that certainly cannot be denied (ex. Holocaust and World Wars), but we know that we do not wish to repeat many of the things that have happened before. If you stumble on a pothole in the road one day and come to tread that same road again the next, won't you take mind to avoid it? I understand we can be forgetful, but we learn from our mistakes and we learn about what works really well. History does a good job of illustrating that.

2. Math: This subject enables us to deal with many of the arithmetic processes that we use in everyday life and use the logic portion of our brains. There is an awful lot of non-valuable mathematics that you have to learn later on in your latter grade school years, but most of what you learn in the beginning is rather useful and even the math you learn from these years helps to grow your logic even further.

3. English: We should learn to appropriately speak, write, and read in the language of our country. Now, I don't know if you are in the good ol' US of A or what, but I know that we have an awful lot of people that have poor command of their own native tongue and it saddens me quite a bit. I understand that if someone isn't as adept at understanding the material as others, but there are many that just don't care to learn what they do in school and later on they will realize the attention they should have given. Much of the literature that you read in your latter years of English actually helps to broaden your perspective and understand the world from other points of view.

4. Science: Understanding the world and how it operates in terms of its observable nature is an absolute necessity in our life. Where else do we learn about water and electricity being enemies? However, I do understand that much of what is learnt is easily forgotten just like other subjects. This is not a problem. I just expect that others will take many of the basic principles and ideas that the sciences offer us.

5. Physical Education: This is definitely a need in our society today where obesity and gadgets rule the lands. I see it much too often where kids are too attracted to their phones and computers rather than the outside world. Now, I use them a lot myself, but it is important that you keep your body in shape and conditioned so that you are better prepared and aware of dealing with the world. I exercise regularly so that I can be strong enough to face my challenges and protect those I care about. Overall, it provides a better feel of well-being.

6. Other Classes: There is a variety of other courses that are very helpful in your grade school years. Foreign language courses help you to interact with others outside of your culture and respond to the world in a much better way.


There are other reasons, but much of what you learn now is going to be very helpful. Also, like jbking said, you should definitely feel good knowing that many would love to have the life you do now. Enjoy it while you can because the adult world sucks in terms of responsibilities and even though you are an adult, you still need to be respectful of mom and dad. They don't lose their authority when you turn 18.
 

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For some odd reason, PerC won’t let me create a new paragraphin…. So, I’m using word. NOT SURE HOW FAR THIS’LL GO. *cringes* :frustrating:


Try using a different browser. I noticed that I can't do carriage returns on the new internet explorer, but it works fine on Firefox!

I had a difficult childhood and preferred the company of adults rather than my peers. I certainly didn't fit in well at public school. I later found my place in college and excelled.
 

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I believe you missed the point entirely here, jbking. You're going off on tangents about various unrelated issues through your adult perception and sound very demeaning.

Being a teenager sucks. In this new age of technology, online forums and communities provide an excellent place to blow off steam. Obviously you felt no empathy and just wanted to shove your "insight" up our asses.

Have a shitty fucking day.
 

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Childhood has its trade-offs. In the beginning, one may not know how the world works, how to play various sports or how to engage in conversation that can be useful things learned in grade school. There can also be something to be said for how to play with others, handle conflict and more than a few other interesting points at the super young side of things. Would you want everyone to just learn what they want and have chaos? The modern education system that exists has only been around for a couple hundred years. You do realize there are millions of children in the world that want school and have what would otherwise seem ludicrous distances to go to get to school, right? I'm talking about children walking for an hour or more each way to take in a few hours of schooling.

At the same time consider how well you are learning to conform and fit a mold. Granted you don't like it but that isn't the point. The point is to get used to following teachers and doing what one is told, at least this is part of what I remember from my early school years.

Some courses may be dumbed down where you already know this and thus it isn't useful for you. However, how many other students are in that class? Maybe a few of them would like to know this stuff. At some point in the system things turn and you get some choice at least as I recall high school and university. You may also consider figuring out how you learn and what stuff suits you in terms of future pursuits. After all, it isn't like school is that much of your day to day life is it? From what time in the morning till when in the afternoon are you in class and consider all the weekends off and holidays that you could actually use to build that... uummm what do they call it... oh yeah a life! What do you do in non-school time as I'm pretty sure you don't have school and sleep as your only activities in a day.

As for coming out of school depressed, what kind of mentality do you have about your day. Is Monday going to be horrible because you are being dragged into a building where you are forced to dance like a trained animal? If you have that attitude, I could see why you'd come out depressed. On the other hand, could you find another way of seeing the opportunity you have with school to study various subjects and master how you learn as chances are this will be a ridiculously valuable skill in the future unless you already know your job path and there is no educational component to it, which I highly doubt.

Do you have clubs or extra curricular activities that may brighten things up? That would be part of the power in having the choice to see things from various views. If you are so concerned about your thoughts and feelings, why don't you shift them by having goals and dreams where having an education may well play a role.

If you really want to claim that school is pointless, why not talk your parents into letting you go for a GED and then go onto the next point in life? There may be possibilities beyond the, "Woe is me, life sucks" victim mentality you appear to have here. Were you aware of a General Equivalence Degree?

You do realize that some of what is in place is for your own good right? There is still some brain development you'll have for the next decade and there is puberty and its differences that may be a factor to consider here. Part of the challenge in life is figuring out what do you want and how will you organize your life to get there.

If you approach people from a, "Oh poor me, have pity and let me do what I want..." then chances are they may well want to slap you. On the other hand if you can demonstrate that you do know what you want, have done your homework and thus are prepared to accept the responsibility and consequences from it things could be a wee bit different. Consider the idea of would you want to drive with someone that doesn't know the parts of a car that a driver uses? Like, let's take the person that doesn't know what a gas pedal, brake or windshield wipers are and put them in a car. Would you want to drive with that person? Probably not. On the other hand, if you had someone that knew the pieces of a car and was rather responsible then it may be a bit different, no?

Given the number of typos in your post, I do think some people may have a hard time believing you can communicate effectively and work well with others. You are aware that there were a bunch of missing spaces in your post that can make you look even younger or that you don't care about how much work others may have to do to understand you. 4 XMP, |_| U | zis? (Where that last sentence was somewhat a graphical representation of the sentence, "For example, can you read this?" where I tried abbreviating some things, use symbols in other places and just shorten words for kicks.
I can’t believe what I’ve just read. I feel as if I’ve beenthoroughly insulted, and attacked. Because every misinterpretation andassumption you made of me, was miles off.

I am aware of that many people love to go to school everyday, and want tolearn, I even said that myself. But, whatyou were saying was completely off topic, and not what I was meaning.

I have a life, I have quite a few extracalicular activities I plan by myself,attend, and inform whoever I need to. I am social, I do not wear a freakingsign on my head that says “My life sucks, because I have none, because I’m aselfish bastard.” I often try to spark new ideas with people, trying to expressmyself to ‘friends/people.’ And I go to school thinking ‘Today, with be abetter day, I got everything I need, and etc.’

And most of what I get in return, is that I’m told or implied most of the timeI go into school. That I’m stupid. Teachers don’t often do much about it, whenI – and others try to learn. And there are people who disrupt the classroom,mess with people, make a fool of themselves.

And I’m(And others) are punished for trying to express ourselves as individualsmost of the time. People don’t listen tome often, and the same goes with others I’ve seen. – I am planning to go on tocollege and etc. I want to be a Psychologist, an Author, Neurologist, Activist(Or some kind of speaker), Engineer, Doctor, Actor , and so on. And I know school is a bigpart for me to get there, but what I’m meaning behind my entire post. (Which,you obviously thought was some stupid kid complaining about his life, where youdidn’t even know what it was like.) Is that, why do I have to deal with socialstandards and people, DEALING with ADULT PERCEPTION(Which IS NOT ALWAYS BAD)but often very demeaning and etc. When, I could just go on my own waysometimes? Why, because I’m a kid(?), that people often tell me I’m selfish,inconsiderate, meaningless, depressed, misunderstand, and condescend merepeatedly, because THEY THOUHGT they KNEW how I was feeling.

But, all of what they told me – was the exact reason, of why I feel the way Ido. Me, being me, me thinking the thought process I do, feeling the way I do -was something to feel bad about.

I’m tired of holding back my emotions, often – when I shouldn’t. I’m not adepressed, stupid kid as what you’ve implied. I’m very happy, I train my mindoften, I make plans, I think deeply, and fantasize huge dreams one day, mostdays. I just often wish I had an outside source that would be able to connectwith me, how I’m feeling – because other days, I contemplate and wonder why Ifeel, want, or should do this or that. Not because I'm an insecure low life, I actually CARE about people, family, my goals, and MYSELF. Not listen other people’s judgment orperception. OR LACK OF EMPATHY.
@absyrd – Thank you. I’m being very hormonal, excuse me.

Goodnight to you, jbking. I’m not going to say anymore.

 

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For some odd reason, PerC won’t let me create a new paragraphin…. So, I’m using word. NOT SURE HOW FAR THIS’LL GO. *cringes* :frustrating:

Back to the topic, “Is Childhood A Handicap?” – I’m serious. Why do I go toschool everyday? So I could learn, and gain life and book knowledge? (Which Ienjoy doing, honestly.)

But it often doesn’t feel like that. I often feel like I’m sitting in a class,being lectured, picked on, and dumbed down to/on. By people who often haveLITTLE to NO understanding of ME as a character on ALL LEVELS.

I know school is good and such, but – I often always get out of school thinking“Why do I feel depressed? Why do I feel unaccomplished? Why do I feel like Icould do more, but nobody gives a second thought on my person and feelings asmuch as they should?” :rolleyes:

I feel like I’m wasting my life sometimes, stranded with my peers. When I havea better understanding for myself, on the kind of people, and the kind of way Iwant/go about my own future and such. :confused:

I feel like my life is being drained because in society and as a socialstandard, as a child. I often am looked down upon, and sometimes people mistreatbecause of it. Like I’m stupid, like I’m worthless, like I have to do whateveryone else does because I’m some MEANINGLESS person in the long run? :unsure:

I mean, as I’ve said. School will help me as I learn and such. But - life as a kid in general(Basically on goingto school, and being around my peers most of the time and etc. are all of whatlife is like for me and kids in general – as I’ve noticed for the most part.)is often demeaning, and it’s like I can’t go towards what I want all of thetime, like I have to be like everyone else. Like, I have to wait and do this,until I’m older, or I can’t do this because I have all of these other things todo.

And for what? A lot of the things I do are things that really won’t help me inwhat I truly want to do later on. And if they do, why do I have to spend a lotof extra time with such people and standards, when I could just do it my ownway, experience, learn, and plan what I WANT/SHOULD do. :dry:

Sorry, I know I just sound like some ranting, inexperienced 14 year old. But,isn’t that what people in general think of me?:sad: Like, my age, my looks, the wayI talk, the way I learn, etc. Is how people superficially judge me. And in someway ‘force’ me to live my own life in a way, I don’t know what it’ll do for me,versus what I can do for MYSELF – just because I’m young, or I need experience,or I have to do this this way, because I’m just like “everyone else”. When Ireally want to contemplate my own significance, and self-discover myself. Or Iwant to find a way to contribute, change, or help things in society, and etc.

THAT, is what has consumed my mind lately. And, I really want to speak tosomeone about it. I just want someone to connect, or understand how I feel. It’sSO HARD dealing with the frustration I get sometimes when I think of thingslike this.:crying:
I am so gosh darn impressed with you young man,you are obviously articulate and extremely intelligent, I look out the window at the 14 year olds I see walking down the st in red (that's the mongrel mob) on of the 2 major gangs here in nz,they are drunk,and throwing beer bottles at eachother.... and then I read your thread, and im like wow.You are the absolute opposite of these thugs in training,you are in touch with your feelings you have insight far beyond your years,its um quite humbling.I think because of your advanced awareness about life in general, that the questions and thoughts you have about life,your problems etc will seem much more intense, but let me tell you, you have a good head on your youthful shoulders, you will find your place in the world, spare a thought for the kids I described, born into drug and alcohol abuse,emotionally stunted,its a friggin travesty.But you, I think your going to figure out one day how awesome you really are:happy: take care.
 

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Being a teenager sucks. In this new age of technology, online forums and communities provide an excellent place to blow off steam.
Well, I was a teenager once and while it did have its sucky moments, I do tend to believe that if one wants to claim rights of freedom of expression then that should go both ways. Meaning, the OP can post his thoughts and I can post mine, or is this supposed to be somewhere where we are muzzled for having thoughts?
 

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Childhood has its trade-offs. In the beginning, one may not know how the world works, how to play various sports or how to engage in conversation that can be useful things learned in grade school. There can also be something to be said for how to play with others, handle conflict and more than a few other interesting points at the super young side of things. Would you want everyone to just learn what they want and have chaos? The modern education system that exists has only been around for a couple hundred years. You do realize there are millions of children in the world that want school and have what would otherwise seem ludicrous distances to go to get to school, right? I'm talking about children walking for an hour or more each way to take in a few hours of schooling.

At the same time consider how well you are learning to conform and fit a mold. Granted you don't like it but that isn't the point. The point is to get used to following teachers and doing what one is told, at least this is part of what I remember from my early school years.

Some courses may be dumbed down where you already know this and thus it isn't useful for you. However, how many other students are in that class? Maybe a few of them would like to know this stuff. At some point in the system things turn and you get some choice at least as I recall high school and university. You may also consider figuring out how you learn and what stuff suits you in terms of future pursuits. After all, it isn't like school is that much of your day to day life is it? From what time in the morning till when in the afternoon are you in class and consider all the weekends off and holidays that you could actually use to build that... uummm what do they call it... oh yeah a life! What do you do in non-school time as I'm pretty sure you don't have school and sleep as your only activities in a day.

As for coming out of school depressed, what kind of mentality do you have about your day. Is Monday going to be horrible because you are being dragged into a building where you are forced to dance like a trained animal? If you have that attitude, I could see why you'd come out depressed. On the other hand, could you find another way of seeing the opportunity you have with school to study various subjects and master how you learn as chances are this will be a ridiculously valuable skill in the future unless you already know your job path and there is no educational component to it, which I highly doubt.

Do you have clubs or extra curricular activities that may brighten things up? That would be part of the power in having the choice to see things from various views. If you are so concerned about your thoughts and feelings, why don't you shift them by having goals and dreams where having an education may well play a role.

If you really want to claim that school is pointless, why not talk your parents into letting you go for a GED and then go onto the next point in life? There may be possibilities beyond the, "Woe is me, life sucks" victim mentality you appear to have here. Were you aware of a General Equivalence Degree?

You do realize that some of what is in place is for your own good right? There is still some brain development you'll have for the next decade and there is puberty and its differences that may be a factor to consider here. Part of the challenge in life is figuring out what do you want and how will you organize your life to get there.

If you approach people from a, "Oh poor me, have pity and let me do what I want..." then chances are they may well want to slap you. On the other hand if you can demonstrate that you do know what you want, have done your homework and thus are prepared to accept the responsibility and consequences from it things could be a wee bit different. Consider the idea of would you want to drive with someone that doesn't know the parts of a car that a driver uses? Like, let's take the person that doesn't know what a gas pedal, brake or windshield wipers are and put them in a car. Would you want to drive with that person? Probably not. On the other hand, if you had someone that knew the pieces of a car and was rather responsible then it may be a bit different, no?

Given the number of typos in your post, I do think some people may have a hard time believing you can communicate effectively and work well with others. You are aware that there were a bunch of missing spaces in your post that can make you look even younger or that you don't care about how much work others may have to do to understand you. 4 XMP, |_| U | zis? (Where that last sentence was somewhat a graphical representation of the sentence, "For example, can you read this?" where I tried abbreviating some things, use symbols in other places and just shorten words for kicks.
You have no merit in such a thread when you so blatantly insult a persons character and how they come across,
That is a low level to stoop to.

If you're going to disagree,
Disagree in a GROWN UP manner,
And not a childish and frankly overtly rude way.

"Given the number of typos in your post, I do think some people may have a hard time believing you can communicate effectively and work well with others. You are aware that there were a bunch of missing spaces in your post that can make you look even younger or that you don't care about how much work others may have to do to understand you. 4 XMP, |_| U | zis? (Where that last sentence was somewhat a graphical representation of the sentence, "For example, can you read this?" where I tried abbreviating some things, use symbols in other places and just shorten words for kicks."
^This nice little add on of yours negates any point you'd hope to make,
It is immature and it is hurtful,
And it makes you come off entirely rude and unapproachable for any sort of dialogue.
 
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