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Also about work and practice+59It is far too easy to attribute the success of others to natural talent. However, natural talent becomes less of a factor the more a craft is practiced, meaning in extremely successful athletes, musicians, and other folks of talent, their skill is founded far more greatly on practice than on talent. With hard work, therefore, one can likely overtake any human quantity of talent, amirite?
Also by John_Smith+419Communism is good in theory but doesn't work in practice, amirite?
Also about work, theory, and communism+298A three way with two girls and one guy is like communism. It sounds great in theory, but it would be tough to make it actually work right, amirite?
Also by John_Smith+1It sucks when your post gets deleted because it was a duplicate, though I never read the original and in the hour or so it was up no one said it was a duplicate, amirite?
Also about work, theory, and communism+285Group work is a lot like communism: it relies on everyone contributing equally, regardless of talent or motivation; it only works in theory; and no one actually gets past socialism (by which I mean the teacher will not leave you alone). amirite?
Also about work and theory+30Love conquers all is a theory that only sounds good on paper because it doesn't work in real life, amirite?
Also about theory and practice+101Making friends at a new school/university is easy in theory, but in practice, you feel kind of helpless, amirite?
Also about work+245The internet went down for three hours this morning, plunging the nation into productivity. The outrage, which caused major work startages from New York to California, prevented an estimated 120 million American employees from messing around on the web at work. amirite?
Also about theory-48The success of the TV show, The Big Bang Theory, gives more proof of a lack of God than the theory itself. amirite?
Also about theory and practice+267Theory is knowing everything, but nothing works. Practice is when everything works, but no one knows why. High school science labs are a combination of the two: nothing works, and no one knows why, amirite?