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Though, the events leading into the transfer to this awesome school were less than ideal.

Ya see, in 2011, my uncle died, and after that my grades plumeted.

Last year, when my mother died, my father asked me if I wanted to transfer to a school where I would be less stressed, to which I agreed.

So, this was a miracle born of possibly the worst event in my life.
Wow, I'm sorry to bring this up again, but I had to give my condolences, that must have been awful. :( That school sounds great though, if it works the way I think it does, every high school should work like that.

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Not to try and totally derail the conversation, but I guess no one knows about or has any interest in possibly helping me with my Boomilever? I'm going to draw the design tonight/tomorrow and get the material on Saturday so I can start building it. Any tips would be greatly appreciated.
Sorry Jeff, the only civil engineering course I did was statics and dynamics and that was two years ago! If I dug up all the notes, I could give you a way to calculate the kind of force different parts of the boomilever would experience AFTER it's built and if I knew what the weight on the end was. :P If i were you, I'd just follow the picture as closely as possible, get some good material and something strong to hold it together and remember the age old wisdom of civil engineering, triangles are your friends!

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I used to be a grammar nazi but college tends to make people more left leaning politically. Now I'm a grammar socialist.

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Aww, each of the two on the top left is a cute triangle. <3

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triangles are too blunt to be my friends, I like hexagon more.

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Relax, we're all squares here. *bricked*

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Relax, we're all squares here. *bricked*

Except me. I'm a triangle.

Edit: I totally did not see texascat's post before I posted this. XD

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OH!
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Can I be a shape with only two sides?



Nyaliva wrote:
I'd just follow the picture as closely as possible, get some good material and something strong to hold it together and remember the age old wisdom of civil engineering, triangles are your friends!

Well, the thing is I don't want to follow the picture.
1. You're supposed to design and build these yourself, so just copping a picture would be cheating
2. I don't want to follow it even if I could. It looks way too over-built for what it needs to be, and weight is bad when it comes to these things. Plus the regulations change every year to prevent the same one from being entered again anyway.
3. I have a design in mind right now. I have a pretty rough sketch in of it in Paint, and still have no idea how I'm going to attach it to the wall, but I'm going to buy the materials and build it over the weekend hopefully.

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Relax, we're all squares here. *bricked*

I'm a pentagon.
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These jokes a 5 X 5

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Seth wrote:
Tha Housefox wrote:
Relax, we're all squares here. *bricked*

I'm a pentagon.
so there

I expected that response.
Especially from you. XD


On an unrelated note: my college sent me an email telling me I'm eligible for honors classes at the college. It requires a 3.5 GPA and mine's a 4. <3
But the email says the honors classes are fun, have less busy work, and the students in those classes actually care about doing well. I guess that's true, seeing the GPA requirement just to get in. >:V I might just do it the semester after next (since we already paid for this upcoming semester's classes).

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JeffCvt wrote:
OH!
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Can I be a shape with only two sides?
*scoff* Yeah, maybe in another dimension!

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Well, the thing is I don't want to follow the picture.
1. You're supposed to design and build these yourself, so just copping a picture would be cheating
2. I don't want to follow it even if I could. It looks way too over-built for what it needs to be, and weight is bad when it comes to these things. Plus the regulations change every year to prevent the same one from being entered again anyway.
3. I have a design in mind right now. I have a pretty rough sketch in of it in Paint, and still have no idea how I'm going to attach it to the wall, but I'm going to buy the materials and build it over the weekend hopefully.
Dang it, that sucks. Well then I'm not going to be ANY help if it involves designing one of those things. Although, if you want a way to attach it to the wall, have a backboard attached to the boomilever, have screws in the back that go into each of the rods of the boomilever and then screw that backboard to the wall.

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Well, the backboard has to already be there, and I can't use anything except for glue when it comes to the boomilever itself. Even attaching the boomilever to the backboard has to be done with glue only. And the pieces of wood are way too thin to use screws on anyway.

But I just got a brilliant idea that should work out great. And believe it or not, it was your comment that got me thinking the right way to come up with the solution. It should work out great and also cover the points my previous thoughts on how to attach it may have failed. So for that, I thank you for taking the time to come up with something, even if I couldn't use the idea. Just listening to other people talk about this stuff helps me so much more than just doing it myself.

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can ai be a dodecahedron? :3

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no, we're all 2 dimensional in this chat >:(

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no, we're all 2 dimensional in this chat >:(


Hey, I've seen some decent 2D in my day! :evil: :lol:

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no, we're all 2 dimensional in this chat >:(

I am of the third dimension, sir.
For I am a triangle.
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Can I be a shape with only two sides?
In non-euclidean geometry, yes.

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These math jokes are revelant to my interests.

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Sonic! Hey, what's up? It's quite long time since I saw you here last time ;)

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Well, the backboard has to already be there, and I can't use anything except for glue when it comes to the boomilever itself. Even attaching the boomilever to the backboard has to be done with glue only. And the pieces of wood are way too thin to use screws on anyway.

But I just got a brilliant idea that should work out great. And believe it or not, it was your comment that got me thinking the right way to come up with the solution. It should work out great and also cover the points my previous thoughts on how to attach it may have failed. So for that, I thank you for taking the time to come up with something, even if I couldn't use the idea. Just listening to other people talk about this stuff helps me so much more than just doing it myself.
That's stupid that you can only use glue. It's funny because you saying I gave you the idea indirectly, gave me another idea (bore holes in the backboard to push the sticks in and glue them in? *shrug*). :P Either way, glad I could help! :D

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I really wanted to get in on these math jokes but I can't think of any. Then I realized that all I really wanted was to type out the word asymtope
I am fullfilled.


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Relax, we're all squares here. *bricked*

I'm a pentagon.
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I expected that response.
Especially from you. XD


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"Meeting Seth made me the man I am today"-Ghandi

I guess Ghandi isn't the Gandhi whom I'm thinking of.

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....who's Jane Austin?

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Seth wrote:
"Meeting Seth made me the man I am today"-Ghandi

I guess Ghandi isn't the Gandhi whom I'm thinking of.

Would you believe that I have a time machine? :P

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....who's Jane Austin?
No one really. Just an extremely important English author.

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Seth wrote:
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Seth wrote:
"Meeting Seth made me the man I am today"-Ghandi

I guess Ghandi isn't the Gandhi whom I'm thinking of.

Would you believe that I have a time machine? :P

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no, but I would believe that Mcfly has one.

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Can I be a shape with only two sides?

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Chuck Norris can Make a triangle with only two sides.

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Nope. 'Twas destroyed.

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Then I realized that all I really wanted was to type out the word asymtope

Despite how most people, even teachers, pronounce it, it's actually "asymptote"

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Seth wrote:
Then I realized that all I really wanted was to type out the word asymtope

Despite how most people, even teachers, pronounce it, it's actually "asymptote"

I've only ever heard it as such. *giggles* Congrats on beating me to the correction!

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I really have just spent the last twenty-four hours creeping on this thread and watching the hilarity ensue. Please, gentlemen, continue as I lurk in the shadows.

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Well, no hilarity for a moment as I say that I just learned something new about one of my friends that I didn't know before.

I'm pretty sure that I can't tell you all what it is as it would probably violate the "no controversial topics" rule, so I'll just settle by saying our opinions differ on it. And I'm really surprised about her opinion based on a bunch of her friends.


Now back to some funny as I embarrass myself by telling you all that I couldn't spell the word controversial, so I ended up having to do a google search on "topics" so "controversial topics" would hopefully come up as a result and I could get the correct spelling. Yea.

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Now back to some funny as I embarrass myself by telling you all that I couldn't spell the word controversial, so I ended up having to do a google search on "topics" so "controversial topics" would hopefully come up as a result and I could get the correct spelling. Yea.

If you used Google Chrome, you'd have a built-in spell check as you type. ;3

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that's why I like Goggle chrome so much.

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Well, no hilarity for a moment as I say that I just learned something new about one of my friends that I didn't know before.

I'm pretty sure that I can't tell you all what it is as it would probably violate the "no controversial topics" rule, so I'll just settle by saying our opinions differ on it. And I'm really surprised about her opinion based on a bunch of her friends.


Now back to some funny as I embarrass myself by telling you all that I couldn't spell the word controversial, so I ended up having to do a google search on "topics" so "controversial topics" would hopefully come up as a result and I could get the correct spelling. Yea.


Maybe you will come through this and even have a stronger friendship than before.

On the last page when we were discussing our educations, I came to a conclusion. I finished my education last summer. I don't think my degree is that practical. So, I have decided that after i get my new apartment, I am going to go to the local community college and become a registered nurse. My current degree is political science, and after three failed attempts at getting into graduate school, I know have a job with the state of North Carolina. It pays the bills but it does not have much a chance for advancement. So I have decided to become something with more practical applications. If I can't be a big success, I can at least help people. Besides, I already have a male nurse in the family.

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Now back to some funny as I embarrass myself by telling you all that I couldn't spell the word controversial, so I ended up having to do a google search on "topics" so "controversial topics" would hopefully come up as a result and I could get the correct spelling. Yea.

If you used Google Chrome, you'd have a built-in spell check as you type. ;3

The sad thing is that I do use Google Chrome. My spelling was so bad that it couldn't even recognize it as a word.

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On the last page when we were discussing our educations, I came to a conclusion. I finished my education last summer. I don't think my degree is that practical. So, I have decided that after i get my new apartment, I am going to go to the local community college and become a registered nurse. My current degree is political science, and after three failed attempts at getting into graduate school, I know have a job with the state of North Carolina. It pays the bills but it does not have much a chance for advancement. So I have decided to become something with more practical applications. If I can't be a big success, I can at least help people. Besides, I already have a male nurse in the family.
Good for you! My mum was pushed into nursing by her parents. She didn't really want to do in the beginning but once she was out of university and actually working, she loved it. She moved through the ranks and now takes care of Quality and Safety for multiple hospitals.
So if you want a rewarding career that actually goes somewhere, nursing's one of the best, whether you're male or female.

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@Jeff:
Microsoft Word can't even tell what I'm trying to spell with "Fahrenheit." Google Chrome hates me for "criticism."

I am terrible at spelling. I have all the mechanics of a great writer under my belt, and I spell like an idiot.

I need that bumper sticker that says, "God made spell-check for mathematicians."

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