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posted ago by happybillmoney ago by happybillmoney +78 / -1

Hello fellow consumers,

As always thank you to everyone that participated in the last weekly and remember you are Operation MONKE!

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NOTE: Interesting discussions. We’ll have a “Deltacron” weekly in the future.


This Weeks Discussion Theme: Consume School

Alright winter is over, the pandemic is not a big deal anymore, cloth masks will keep you safe, the vaccine works enough. Look Mommy and Daddy are sick of you sitting in front of a computer all day. You need in person indoctrination – I mean, in person education so you can get a job sitting in front of a computer all day. It’s back to school time! This weekly our focus is on returning to school (the spring semester). In this weekly we will share advice for starting the semester right and discuss what it’s like returning to school.

Discussion ideas:

  • Share advice to do well at school. E.g., studying advice, organization tips, time management, dealing with COVID policy…
  • What policies has your school put in place because of COVID? E.g., Masks, social distancing, zoom, plastic cuck barriers, vaccine mandates?
  • Are you concerned going back to school because of COVID?

Weekly Polls:


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happybillmoney [S] 39 points ago +42 / -3

You should always buy your text books full price and NEVER use something like https://libgen.is/

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Sutton 17 points ago +17 / -0

And if you're poor, never use The Pirate Bay to download them.

Also, if you're poor, never just keep borrowing the same textbooks again and again and again and again from your school library.

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Crockett 5 points ago +5 / -0

When I was in in school, I certainly never went to the campus store, copied the assigned homework problems from the book, then put it back on the shelf and left.

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RetardMoron 16 points ago +16 / -0

okay I will make sure not to use that site you so conveniently linked. I am a good person who always buys my books NEW at the full price of $200

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basedhomesteader 6 points ago +6 / -0

same.

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Take_This_Torch 9 points ago +9 / -0

I’m just a plain old law abiding citizen, I am not copying that link and pasting it into a google doc.

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RightSideFunding 8 points ago +8 / -0

yeah!

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redguards_are_nwahs 5 points ago +5 / -0

In an unethical world ruled by highwaymen, this site would also be a good resource for those wishing to self-educate independent of a university setting. In a parallel-dimension void of compassion, my doppelganger uses this site extensively.

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GeorgeFentanylFloyd 33 points ago +33 / -0

Hide your power level whatever you do especially if you are in college I did it for 5 years

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Blursed2021 22 points ago +22 / -0

Not being a sperg is good live advice in general

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GeorgeFentanylFloyd 21 points ago +22 / -1

More people on this board should take that advice to heart

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IceMilk 21 points ago +22 / -1

No

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Salience 22 points ago +22 / -0

Got expelled and don't plan on graduating.

It really sucks having no friends though.

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AntiSanctimonious 22 points ago +22 / -0

I have a perfect GPA, all honors classes and don't have any real friends either.

Some people are just not the type to fit in.

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SyntheticSigrunn 13 points ago +13 / -0

I thought that was me, but it did not take long for me to develop a squad and become top dogs at my school. Because we were all at the top of the class, we made a website we filled with various help for the students, some of which the school approved, others were less approved. We put stickers and ads everywhere for students to scan to visit our website, and soon our team was known everywhere. Every note printed off the website had our insignia, so soon the school was utterly flooded with our papers. We were sort of heroes.

Study notes, writing advice, even advice on how to interact with different teachers. About half the staff loved us the other half despised.

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Younosewhoitis 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is pretty cool. Did profit from it?

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SyntheticSigrunn 5 points ago +5 / -0

Nah. I think that would be illegal. We profited with fame and respect and getting to see every document in school have a stupid hedgehog on it.

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Younosewhoitis 4 points ago +4 / -0

That's much better anyway, was hoping you did it for free.

Nice work.

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Junker 5 points ago +5 / -0

If you don't mind, how'd you get expelled? Sounds like it could be interesting.

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Salience 24 points ago +24 / -0

Terroristic threats.

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YEETveteran8888 12 points ago +12 / -0

Gay, why? That fucks your life up as much as being a tranny

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TrueRealist 8 points ago +8 / -0

Legit curious, was it "terroristic" in the sense that you called out a troon, or was it "terroristic" as in you threatened to shoot up the school lol.

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Crockett 6 points ago +6 / -0

What a world we live in where the answer isn't clear.

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Blursed2021 7 points ago +7 / -0

Come on now, we need more info

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Take_This_Torch 2 points ago +2 / -0

Oof.

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BigBeef 16 points ago +16 / -0

I am very lucky to live and go to school where I do. A very rural area, I can be very open about my beliefs and everyone is OK with it. A couple of blackies, a couple communists and a couple fags, but 99 percent it is good, Christian, right-wing guys. I wouldn’t trade it for the world. No masks, everyone hates the fagrag (one guy I know brags about getting kicked out of a government building for not wearing a rag).

One thing though is that small schools need more funding. Not poor, per se, but could have a lot more specialized programs with more money.

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OnlyEndsInAngelfire 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes, I have to hide a little but only because I’m more of a lecturer, I constantly call people faggots, make racial remarks, Roman salute(“ironically”), its pretty great

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SFAM1A 15 points ago +15 / -0

Great product to consoom if you have the misfortune of attending school (or anywhere) where the fag rags are "mandatory". Best advice I could give about school (college/university) is to make sure you allot plenty of time to study for exams even if that comes at the expense of other coursework, like homework. I usually allot a whole day or two depending on the situation. Oh, and buy Chegg. It's the best ~15 dollars a month I spend, and I went way too long without buying it out of principle.

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voyager14 5 points ago +5 / -0

I wear a single layer gaiter when I have to. But I honestly feel dead inside with the mask mandate. I just applied to a Texas school to transfer for my senior year, largely for this reason.

There are a lot of weekly social events and clubs I'd go to to meet people but I just don't see the point.

I want to see people smile again.

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SFAM1A 6 points ago +6 / -0

Be careful about texas. It's quickly becoming not-the-bastion-of-"right wing" place it once was, due to the aliens and blue state exiles.

I just want to see people smile again

doomerwojack.png. Me too, kid, me too...

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Nambrose 4 points ago +4 / -0

Crowd-funding chegg is even better, but be mindful of the possibility of being caught for cheating and how to avoid it. Also I used to use certain sites/telegrams that allowed you to get chegg answers for free, not sure if they still exist anymore tho.

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SFAM1A 6 points ago +6 / -0

Mostly I just use it to solve homework problems because my profs are too inept to do what I'm paying them $1,000 per class for. So for $15/month chegg will teach me more than they ever will. Feelsbadman.jpg

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voyager14 1 point ago +1 / -0

You aren't alone. I used to use Discord Chegg bots so much so I just bought it. Zero regrets. They even make it really easy to pause over summer.

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SFAM1A 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yes the pausing thing is pretty nice. I regretted not buying it sooner; that's what I get for having principles I guess

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basedhomesteader 1 point ago +1 / -0

Do you remember what these telegram channels were called?

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systemthrowaway 3 points ago +3 / -0

I love those masks. Something I noticed is that if you try googling 'fakemaskworldwide' Jewgle shills for a copycat site 'facemaskworldwide' who sells "real" masks instead.

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SFAM1A 4 points ago +4 / -0

Go figure. I've lost track of how many times they've been booted off a webhosting service for "muh violating TOS". I used to think that it was just a marketing gimmick but then they sent out screenshots of the denial emails. Can't stop 'em though, which is nice.

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KasierVonGoguryeo191 1 point ago +1 / -0

Those guys are lifesavers, it was perfect for an airplane as well. I can finally breathe ! (unlike a certain ape who could not sneed)

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SFAM1A 2 points ago +2 / -0

Kek. I bought a couple 5 packs and handed them out at work; they were a huge hit there as well. The constant liberal sneeding that goes on around them is hilarious. I forget how many times they've been booted off of webhosting services and they always come back, with more products and a 35% off sale. Love those guys

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KasierVonGoguryeo191 2 points ago +2 / -0

Absolutely amazing, good on you man, they deserve the business

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Blursed2021 12 points ago +12 / -0

Do not go to higher education unless it's for something that pays. If you want to do computer stuff there are tons of what are essentially vocational programs, ie, "coding bootcamps."

There are still nice, cheap and white places in America. You'll just have to give up on the idea of take out sushi.

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TrueRealist 9 points ago +9 / -0

As someone in the field, the problem with bootcamps are that grads from those are a dime a dozen. Getting a junior role is extremely difficult these days considering that you have to compete with chinks and pajeets willing to code for $10 an hour on top of bootcampers, whose technical formation can vary. There are some good bootcamps out there, but the real benefit of going to college/uni for comp science is networking. A good program will have grads working in the industry, or that own their own companies, willing to take a chance and hire someone from that program. Depending on where you go, it can make landing a junior position a lot easier. Once you get a few years as a junior, it is a lot easier to find work.

Who you know is just as important as what you know.

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Blursed2021 2 points ago +2 / -0

As someone in the field as well, one has to look at job placement rates for graduates. That's all that matters for these kind of things.

But even if there's zero employment chances from the bootcamp, there's a base of skills and someone who wants to improve their lot can sharpen those skills. If someone has the drive to get a computer science degree and can do it without debt, of course do that. Networking and exposure is of vital importance of course.

Going the school route over the vocational coder route will open different employment opportunities in the more hidebound sectors. The guys where I work that created internal enterprise systems are all degreed in science or engineering.

These same places also have degree programs for those without them.

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Daliborka 1 point ago +1 / -0

I would add that there's a middle ground between a comp sci degree and a bootcamp. Lots of community colleges are now offering associates degrees in web development, general programming, server admin, etc. This combines the speed and price of a bootcamp with the internship opportunities of a 4 year program.

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Blursed2021 2 points ago +2 / -0

Indeed, and there are lots of computer related careers where you can get what is essentially a vocational degree, but isn't coding or administration, like GIS or CAD.

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BigHorseDewormerGuy 10 points ago +10 / -0

Our school is back in person thankfully, even though many other schools around the nation aren’t in person or are online for a few weeks.

There’s a vaccine/booster requirement. Vaccine free people have to test 1x a week. Masks everywhere. The majority of students wear them outside, probably 65-70%. There’s many mask commies as well. I’ve noticed they NEVER say shit in class as I wear it below my nose but once they are in a position of power like serving me food or an employee in the library, they will jump on the opportunity to tell you to wear it correctly.

I don’t sense much resistance from students because I go to a university in a progressive town. They love their masks and vaccines and many love to enforce when possible. It’s sad, really.

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voyager14 4 points ago +4 / -0

We aren't alone, fren

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systemthrowaway 10 points ago +10 / -0

Consoom jewish brainwashing? No thanks lol

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voyager14 4 points ago +4 / -0

I wish there was more Jewish brainwashing in my engineering courses. They're hard af

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fuckyoupelosi 9 points ago +9 / -0

just go to class... pretty much the reason i didn't get straight A's in college

its not hard, especially now

I went to a large top 25 university and literally all I had to do was go to class and I still couldn't do that... dumb

but C's get degrees, eventually

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Josemarti 8 points ago +8 / -0

Schools litraly don't want to teach kids. We saw this last year with reopening during covid. Teachers used covid as an excuse to not go back to work. Do hospital staff get to it covid as an excuse to not work? Then for all of us who argue for the abolishment of school the other side argues kids need school for socialize. Well, they wear masks! How are they socializing while wearing masks? Then we're told we need it for a functioning society. Well, this society sucks balls.

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voyager14 7 points ago +7 / -0

We unironically live in a society right now

I'm trying to transfer out of my lib state, lib college. Maybe if I were in a slightly better society I'd have a reason to go out and do stuff

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WanderingDunce 8 points ago +8 / -0

I'm retired, I turn 39 this year and I never did college until I was 28. seems like a waste now.

Get a real job. Whats a real job, you might ask?

Industrial electrical.

The drug companies that are ruining shit, right now all have massive facilities. What kind?

3 or 4 850HP Cleaver Brooks Boilers in CoGen, Gas turbines, 1500hp locomotive motor backup generators, 25000 miles of process piping, 100,000 DeltaV controlled valves, 30,000 pumps and billions in other toys. Want to see what's really in the poison? Get good at calibrating equipment, metrology, big money precise engineering type work. Pfizer has a 1 million 3D printer for rapid prototype, so does Moderna and a few others I've worked with. They are candy stores for the competent man.

Make the soup for them, and you retire early. You'll also be immune from the poison mandates.

Plan ahead, this isn't going anywhere. Even if, and thats a big if, I get bored.. 240/hr or i won't even get outta bed to come work a contract at my old facility.

School is trash. Learn on the job, make yourself the person the people with all those stupid initials after their names beg for, to fix their equipment.

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voyager14 3 points ago +3 / -0

Will a typical electrician trade school land you an industrial job like that? Or what do you mean by 'learn on the job'? Can you start a job like that without trade school?

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WanderingDunce 2 points ago +2 / -0

You need to finish the school, and apply as an apprentice to a facility with a licensed Electrician. You work under him getting hours until Journeyman the just keep doing it.

Learn thr facets of petroleum medicine on the job and expand your skill set from a wire puller, gofer, to something useful.

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Removmudrace 1 point ago +1 / -0

Any IE trade school recommendations or snags to avoid?

Know of any financial shortcuts to fund this schooling?

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WanderingDunce 1 point ago +1 / -0

Only shortcut i had for funding was 50 hour weeks plus school.

I'd say avoid becoming a software guy. Someone who knows the plant on paper, can manipulate sections of the plant but has no idea what the equipment really does. Stay hands on if you are, if not. learn

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Nambrose 7 points ago +7 / -0

Also if you’re interested in trying to find “likeminded” men like yourself at your university, attend meetings/socials for your normiecon/libertarian organizations like turning point or something. I know how it sounds, but they’re you’re best chance of finding those type of dudes, at worst you’ll find a few groyper types. I personally found a few dudes who were secretive fascists/white nationalists that way (one of them was the source of the identity evropa shit I saw occasionally on school cork boards lmao).

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SeproDep 6 points ago +6 / -0

I'm homeschooled.

Acellus is still an indoctrination program, but it's at least better than public school.

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Sutton 6 points ago +6 / -0

Fair enough, proving at least 50% of the school day is spent hating the Jew.

Graduation comes when your contempt for the Jew can oxidize stainless steel.

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ByzantineBulgarian13 2 points ago +2 / -0

Lucky bastard

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Daliborka 1 point ago +1 / -0

I plan on homeschooling my kids. I guess, in a way, I already am with my toddlers... Any tips on things you really like that your parents do, or anything you wish they'd do differently?

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SeproDep 3 points ago +3 / -0

I recommend Life of Fred for math. I can't really help you beyond that and "read the Bible to your kids."

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Daliborka 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thanks dude, best of luck to you.

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Nambrose 5 points ago +5 / -0

Set a schedule & stick to it. First and foremost tip to succeed in school. My second best tip is to study efficiently; as opposed to cramming a week before your exams, set aside several hours each week to summarize your content up until that point.

Also, if you’re a uni student, be an ass-kisser to your professors, specifically for those in your line of study/work. They can provide valuable resources and opportunities outside of class if you get to know them. Plus it can’t hurt to get a head start on networking with well-established people in your field

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Sutton 5 points ago +5 / -0

Learn how to learn.

This sounds so obvious but sadly, most students like myself won't learn how to learn new things until adulthood.

The trick is to keep asking questions until you know everything about a subject.

When you get something wrong, ask questions about what knowledge you are missing.

It's good to study and get something wrong or not understand because that's how you learn.

Most students just feel bad when they get something wrong and feel good when they get something correct, without learning how to improve.

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RightSideFunding 5 points ago +6 / -1

It would be better for children to spend their entire youth working on the farm, or playing sports ball on the playground than spending time in School.

They should learn Reading, Writing, Math, and Code.. then the rest of the time should be in creative activity, and person skills..

Not to say that all School is bad, it used to be ok, but now.. it harms more than it helps

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zzbg 0 points ago +1 / -1

I'd add history to your stack.

Real history.

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voyager14 3 points ago +3 / -0

I rarely leave the house because why bother wearing a mask everywhere. I have one Bible group I go to (no mask), and one in person lab where I have to mask up. Otherwise my classes are hybrid and I watch online. Many exams online still too.

Not entirely sure what I'm doing right now, and it's caused me distress. I don't even know if I'll be able to work in the industry being unvaxxed. I guess I'm getting an engineering degree 'cause why not'...

Not going into debt though.

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Blergaderg 3 points ago +3 / -0

Do something you know will actually make you money, and that you semi-enjoy. But don’t make it something you have to do at home as well. That in my experience can be soul crushing working a job doing something you love to do, but the job just sucks to do it in, and when you get home... the most you want to do is pop a pizza in the oven and eat that instead of actually making yourself a steak, sautéing some mushrooms and onions, having some avocado goop on top of that steak, and a side of cottage cheese. 👌🏻Crap, just made myself hungry...

Anyways. Just find a job you can be passionate about, but try to not work a job that makes that passion something you hate.

For all you people who have to go back to college and wear masks or whatever else... I am sorry. Hope you don’t go insane, or get some lung disease from wearing your mask all day. I’ll keep y’all in my prayers.

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voyager14 2 points ago +2 / -0

Thanks. What it turned out is that I don't actually wear my mask on most days, because I do everything from home anyway while living on campus.

I even shirk going to social events because if everyone's gonna be cucked out what's the point.

I'm trying to transfer out of my state.

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Blergaderg 2 points ago +2 / -0

Have you tried to poke or prod people subtly about not wearing masks? Or about the ridiculousness of it all? Like when does this whole thing end, it feels like it’s endless.

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voyager14 2 points ago +2 / -0

Sort of. I don't wear it at a Bible study group and about half the people still do, but others begin to take theirs off over time seeing me without mine.

I see these guys outside of school and they never wear masks (at peoples houses and such). But in a university building, at night, with no one else around, they wear them.

I think it's just because they're afraid of discipline from the school, with there being security cameras everywhere and what not.

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ByzantineBulgarian13 2 points ago +2 / -0

I have been back to school for a while, fucking lockdowns caused us to go virtual for at least two weeks.

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yeetmaster7000 2 points ago +2 / -0

there is no advice that can be given. everyone know what gets you good grades, but not everyone is capable of it. just find things you're capable of, and do them well.

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TrumpForGodEmperor 2 points ago +2 / -0

I came top of my year my first year of college. About 140 students in the cohort.

It's literally just about time spent at school. You don't have to study intensily, you just have to study a lot.

I sacrificed video games, YouTube videos and porn and instead spent more time at the University.

It was good though, we had groups of regulars and we hung out and studied often together.

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cornsyrupconsumer 2 points ago +2 / -0

Learn to control your information diet. It's hard to do us when you're constantly bombarded with stimulus. Obviously leave your phone in the other room when studying, but also learn to stay away from your phone the first and last hour of the day. This will help build your ability to focus.

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AntiSanctimonious 2 points ago +2 / -0

If you just do your work teachers wont bug you about anything. I can wear my mask under my nose and forget to bring my ID and not be bothered once. School is a huge waste of my time, work I could get done in 45 minutes is stretched between 6 hours of absolutely nothing.

I do like my arts based classes though. The school-wide rubrics are virtually non-existent because they don't care about them, so you can just fuck around with the materials they give you. Ceramics is one of my favourites.

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voyager14 1 point ago +1 / -0

Are you in high school? I thought it was sad graduating in '19 because of phones and social media and what not.

Being in high school AND masked up right now must be terrible. My family uprooted itself and left state just to help my little brother escape that.

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JuanEpstein 2 points ago +2 / -0

Do not go to college and get a worthless degree, of course I doubt anyone here is doing Women's Studies or African Studies (kek). But even an English degree, Psychology, even a general Business degree, is close to worthless, unless you go on to something further. But I think rather than a 4 year degree learning a good trade is well worth it for most male high school grads. You have to learn how to be professional though, showing up on time, taking notes, paying attention, doing the job right. These are things that many trade people don't do well but are good life skills.

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randomgamerguy1997 2 points ago +2 / -0

I graduated winter 2020 and my advice is to always do your coursework sooner than later.

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TrueRealist 1 point ago +1 / -0

Out of school now, but my old college put in a mandate to be a test subject or get kicked out. Needless to say, they need not bother begging me for an alumni donation.

Piece of advice to young men here is not to spend time chasing thots or smoking weed trying to fit in. Stick to your books, try to get an internship or job where you can get practical experience, and keep your head down. School->work->home->church should be your routine. The frat crowd will go nowhere in their lives.

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freikorps_recruit 0 points ago +1 / -1

Agreed. I made some social gains from partying my first year of college but beyond that it’s a waste.

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MrsLunah 1 point ago +1 / -0

If your still in high school and struggling, honestly unless you rely on state assistance, just get your GED and be done with it. Once you get to high school, the amount of indoctrination that runs rampant is too much to handle nowadays. And coming from a close family member, who is a professor and use to teach the GED program, as long as you score high enough, and have a decent reading level, you dont need any extra education.

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DEPORT_DOOMERS 1 point ago +1 / -0

Winter is just getting started tf you mean lol

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happybillmoney [S] 1 point ago +1 / -0

winter break

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Smol_Gobbo 1 point ago +1 / -0

Glad school is finished for me, I’ll never go back

When I was in school, I mostly just winged it and coasted by on solid Bs and Cs.

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ChicagoMAGA 1 point ago +1 / -0

My heart goes out to all of you who have to deal with bullshit rules at learning institutions. Use the Fake Mask USA that someone already linked too. No one bothers me when I wear one.

My best advice is take advantage of the resources available to you. Looking back, it was pretty neat having multiple laboratories to work in wear I could build circuits and electronics. You'll look back and think about the unique learning experiences you had that gave you a better understanding of the world. There is much more to explore beyond laboratories and workshops, though.

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StayQool 1 point ago +1 / -0

How to get your ‘dream job’:

Get to know your professors. This is the most stupidly easy way to get ahead.

Most students do not attend office hours and they have to be there. Attend them to introduce yourself at the beginning of the semester. Work hard in class, participate, try to impress them and build a relationship.

I received letters of recommendation, an internship offer, a scholarship, and a few job offers. I didn’t end up needing the help, but one of them wanted to help me get a job through his network.

If you got to a good school, your professors are highly accomplished in their field. They’re often good people that got into teaching because they want to help others. At the very least it should help make learning easier by becoming more engaged in your coursework.

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Daliborka 1 point ago +1 / -0

My tip is, if you want to make money to support your family and have freedom of movement, get into programming. It's not difficult. I know some seriously braindead people who still get paid to be programmers. You don't have to be smart to be a programmer. Math? LOL. You don't need to know math beyond algebra. I'm not talking about theoretical computer science here, which requires calculus. I'm talking about writing apps, websites, programs... It's shockingly easy to get good at it if you have half a braincell. And even if you don't, you can probably skate because it's so in-demand.

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Take_This_Torch 0 points ago +1 / -1

Best advice I can give having graduated with high honors is to take AP classes as much as you can and avoid the larger social cliques. Sure, going to a party may be fun but high school parties are the secondary vectors for degeneracy, college parties being first when it comes to school. Now on how to study. First read the material a few times, then find the easy way to do it. For example let’s say you are taking a test in algebra. You know it’s going to be mostly multiple choice, you know how to do the math but you’re sick of studying. Use the answers provided to find the answer. Plug it in and find which one is correct based off that. Learning isn’t about learning how to do something the way the teacher wants you to, obviously that’s been lost but the point of learning in my opinion is to learn to do something in a unique and useful way.

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IceMilk -4 points ago +2 / -6

Join a fraternity that hazes if you go to college. It’ll really toughen you up.

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basedhomesteader 7 points ago +8 / -1

WRONG!!! WRONG!!! WRONG!!!

Hazing and frats are ubergay.

No one wants to butt chugg a bunch of brews with the frat bros because they think that's what will make them a real man.

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Blursed2021 -2 points ago +1 / -3

Yeah man you're just wrong though.

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basedhomesteader 2 points ago +2 / -0

said by the peabrain fratbro

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Blursed2021 0 points ago +1 / -1

Wow I am truly chastised now

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IceMilk -2 points ago +2 / -4

This guy didn’t get a bid ☝️

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basedhomesteader 3 points ago +3 / -0

I opted to join the track and cross country team at my D1 school instead of a gay frat with the beta bros

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Blursed2021 1 point ago +2 / -1

Well hell I didn't get a bid either but I see the value of a fraternity. It's the only men's club still worth a damn. People do a lot for their brothers. The more difficult the more valuable it is. It's like going to west point, in terms of having a network.

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IceMilk 2 points ago +2 / -0

Out of the 60 guys in my fraternity I have about 6 good friends that I still keep in contact with since the 90s. They all like the ConPro memes. There are also at least 6 guys who I probably would still dislike today.

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basedhomesteader 2 points ago +2 / -0

To be fair, I think there are good fraternities out there, just very few and rare.

I joined the track and cross country team at my school instead.

Frats just seem to be what the betabros flock to to compensate for their lack of manliness.

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IceMilk 2 points ago +2 / -0

Oh there were definitely beta frats at my school - that’s why I chose one that had a reasonable amount of hazing that I heard about through the grapevine. There were some that were very violent and I wasn’t into that - mine was all memorization psychological hazing sleep deprivation hikes eating weird food, running, push-ups. Basically everything ConPro would approve of lol

No one really intimidates me anymore and it was very useful to me because I used to get very nervous when I was put on the spot.

It was very important in the 90s at my school - 2/3 were in the Greek system. I think it’s all gone now for the most part.

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basedhomesteader 2 points ago +2 / -0

See, that kind of hazing sounds mild compared to what some frats call hazing today. Psychological hazing that revolves around survival and pushing your limits seems like it can be beneficial and a cool bonding experience between frat bros if done properly.

Today most of it just revolves around drugs, alcohol and doing really fucked up shit that can easily get out of hand.

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freikorps_recruit 0 points ago +1 / -1

Frats are gay and filled with uberdegeneracy. I know since I was in one of my school’s top ones for a month before I left it. Mostly handsome guys with deep insecurities that are on a power trip. The same types of guys that become FBI agents or cops to control others.

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IceMilk 2 points ago +2 / -0

The state college I went to was 2/3 Greek in the 90s and there wasn’t much else to do on or around campus.

I saw the degeneracy for sure AND my larger point is that a Strong will and smart mind from ConPro can take over fraternities

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freikorps_recruit 0 points ago +1 / -1

This is true. It's going to be hard to undo the Jewish programming/influence in them and I'm not just saying this to sperg out. Most of the leaders of the frat I was in were Jewish or from predominantly jewish areas. If one could build a culture less centered around alcohol and cooming in whatever hole than frats would have big potential. Also the frats that have the most sway on campus tend to be the ones that revolve the most around alcohol so the easiest ones to get into are the ones filled with the weakest men. One could theoretically make an impact on a small scale although I think you'd be better off starting your own club. Maybe a "Men's health club" or something of that nature. Personally I met better friends doing martial arts but I'm also an "Old soul" so many of my friends are older veterans or people I met outside of college.

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IceMilk 2 points ago +2 / -0

It only takes one strong and courageous man to make a difference

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freikorps_recruit 1 point ago +2 / -1

Men could actually take back power by not being a part of hookup culture

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IceMilk 1 point ago +1 / -0

We need strong women too

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freikorps_recruit 1 point ago +2 / -1

That requires strong men to lead them.

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Blursed2021 1 point ago +1 / -0

Handsome guys? Did you spend a lot of time admiring their broad shoulders?

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IceMilk -2 points ago +1 / -3

I’ll double down and say that if you really want to influence men - join a fraternity and go absolutely nuts on the hazing process and double down on on their challenges- run circles around their mind games - lead the group and name the zog. I’ve been influencing my guys since 1994 and my only regret is that I wished I’d joined sooner u/basedhomesteader

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basedhomesteader 2 points ago +2 / -0

Nah

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IceMilk 1 point ago +1 / -0

Lol