Also about History+44We were just the most intelligently violent apes. amirite?
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Also about hard, math, and explain+541why math is hard: the people who make the math book tack on words like "explain", "describe", or "note" to make the simple problem like x2896567348259 more strenuous. amirite?
Also about hard, math, and understanding+37Most people have a hard time explaining, (or even understanding) the simple math behind the Monty Paradox. Amirite?
Also about material, math, and teachers+410Math teachers always get really mad when you ask where you will use the material later in life because they think you are saying you shouldn't have to learn it, but sometimes you really just want to know, amirite?
Also about History+59Keep trying winged one. Someday you may grow up and be just like Dr. Jill Biden or Kamala Harris. amirite?
Also about math, teachers, and calculus+150It's stupid how only elementary school math teachers have a Pi Day celebration. Pi has plenty of applications in Geometry, Trigonometry, and Calculus too! Amirite?
Also about reason, hard, and act+329It's hard for us, commoners, to resist that morbid fascination which we have for people who are murderers, serial killers or killer children. These people live and act in a way which usually defies our logic and morals but we just can't help to be interested in them for the simple reason that they are different from us, amirite?
Also about act-20People say obama isn't extreme, but they don't realize he voted against the Born alive infant protection act 3 times when in illinois. This act would mandate that babies born alive living outside the mothers womb would be mandated to receive medical services. amirite?
Also about math, teachers, and calculus+131What most schools and teachers don't understand is that if their students hate a subject, they are probably not going to want a job based on that subject. Sure, the student should learn it, but if they know they hate math, they shouldn't be forced into calculus and trigonometry. amirite?
Also about reasons and explain+165There's a certain point where you can't use reason to explain your argument. It always comes down to emotion and base instinct, which can be just as legitimate reasons as logic and reason in some cases. For example, saying that murder is wrong is only explicable by way of emotion, but that doesn't make it less true, amirite?