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Also about motivation-77Pretend President elect Biden owes Martin Luther King, jr. an explanation as to what his motivation was to pick his VP based on the color of her skin and not by the content of her character. After all, she stated she believed his accusers of sexual impropriety before he won the nomination. Amirite?
Also about motivation+214You don't agree that kids in school (elementary, middle, high) should start getting paid for their grades (accordingly, i.e. A+ = $20) as "motivation", amirite?
Also by StickCaveman+10Pentecostal Evangelists are kinda creepy unless you're a Pentecostal Evangelist, amirite?
Also by StickCaveman+4After hearing a friend describe a recient dream they had you question whether or not they actually had that dream because your dreams aren't usually as fucked up as theirs, amirite?
Also by StickCaveman+32People who bitch about bands "selling out" are annoying. It's like, gee sorry they were good enough to become popular and successful, amirite?
Also about motivation+83I know imitation is a form of flattery, but it still stings. It can also decrease motivation if someone else is taking credit for your work, amirite?
Also about motivation-2Having overweight friends is good for your ego and bad for your motivation, amirite?
Also about motivation+64As a former language teacher, I submit that in order to insure a better foreign and second language learning. it is more fruitfull and rewarding to have an intrinsic motivation (love of foreign language, its sounds, its musicality,its rythm or its syntax, i,e, learning the language for its affective and intellectual value) than to have an instrumental motivation (learn a language to get a degree , a promotion or for multiple purposes external to the language itself, as a means for an extenal goal). Do you think that affectivity does play a major role in foreign or second language learning? amirite?