Chat Thread 39: A Heartwarming Children's Movie

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Oh, online courses. all of mine provided notes I could refer to in order to answer the assigned questions.
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My Psychology class offers notes, but my Western Civilization class doesn't.
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I elected not to study, in favor of employing my superior analytical skills. I rarely got 100s in college, but I can count the number of grades I got that weren't at least "interesting banana" on one hand.
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That is not helping me any, sir. XD
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My advice is clearly that one should never study. *giggles* It worked out for me, it should work for everyone else!
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Uh i've never taken an online course (unless you count computer based courses :3). Hmmm... i dunno what to tell you other than you'll have to do alot of the studying/digging on your own.
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Never mind, I retract my question. XD
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Beagle wrote:I have a question since most of you are in college.

Do you guys have any websites for finding chapter outlines or study guides for your textbooks? Or do you normally take the hit-and-miss "Google it" approach?
I find actually reading to be the best strategy. :P
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Most of my teachers so far have used Blackboard to post their outlines or notes on.

I hate blackboard for being so unreliable and poorly-designed, though. xD
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Most of my professors use an over head projector on the blackboard/markerboard for class lecture. It makes note taking a little-biit easier unless the teacher is trigger happy.
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Tha Housefox wrote:Most of my teachers so far have used Blackboard to post their outlines or notes on.

I hate blackboard for being so unreliable and poorly-designed, though. xD
not to mention not working with Firefox. I had to use IE to submit some things my first semester.
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RandomGeekNamedBrent wrote:
Tha Housefox wrote:Most of my teachers so far have used Blackboard to post their outlines or notes on.

I hate blackboard for being so unreliable and poorly-designed, though. xD
not to mention not working with Firefox. I had to use IE to submit some things my first semester.
That's odd. It's worked with both Firefox and Chrome for me.
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I guess they fixed the problem it had. I probably should have known since I submitted things through blackboard all last semester.
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Something just occurred to me. Do we have a Housepets! chatroom anywhere? Like in Mibbit or something?
I don't think I've ever seen one around.
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yeah, there's the IRC (not a link to the IRC, just the thread about it)
though if I've heard right, it's not as active as it once was.
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I just like that Blackboard is online. Even if I'm not a fan of the specific software.

If you have Skype, a lot of Housepetters talk on there too.
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Sleet wrote:If you have Skype, a lot of Housepetters talk on there too.
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I don't have Skype. I'm too shy for it :oops:
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WE NEED TO OPERATE!

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Ooh! Ooh! I can help!
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Karlos wrote:I don't have Skype. I'm too shy for it :oops:
You could just use it as a way to IM people. I've never made a skype call in my life but I use it all the time to IM people.
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Sleet wrote:Ooh! Ooh! I can help!
A fox in the operating room?! How unsanitary! :P
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Punchy wrote:A fox in the operating room?! How unsanitary! :P
Oh, please. I'm a doctor, not a vet. I say let her in while I examine the reflexes. *pulls out mallet*
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The patient is not under anesthetic .................... Anesthetist! Anesthetist! Anesthetist!


Yeah, me too. But at least, I could watch it right now and enjoy it ;) I love Monty Python, mostly because it's humor only for intelligent people.
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*crashes through the wall with a bottle of Anesthetic*
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*Walks in*
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We need to anesthetize him too ;P
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"I have known hardship and learned to aid the wretched."
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I feel as if this is all going over my head. :lol:
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KalloonWhite wrote:I feel as if this is all going over my head. :lol:
I've seen just enough Monty Python to understand them, but for the most part, I'm just watching them be silly. :P
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RandomGeekNamedBrent wrote:*crashes through the wall with a bottle of Anesthetic*
I'm going to Anesthetize you
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Thanks that's much bet-... *unconscious*
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Yeah, it's great song ;D Weird Al in general, made lot of good songs or rather I should say parodies ;)
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"It is time for you to play your part in this momentous occasion. Science must surmount all obstacles and this requires certain sacrifices. It will comfort you to know that future generations will reap great benefits from my experiments. You will die only to live again in a younger body! Then you can tell me if the operation is a success. What it's like to pass from life to death and death to life."
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So, a warning to you all.

When you use superglue, be sure not to let your skin touch other skin if it gets on you. I almost glued together two of my fingers earlier today.

Fortunately, I have enough experience with superglued fingers to know how to pull them apart without ripping my skin clean off, but most of you probably don't. So be careful.


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Fortunately skin cycles in 3 weeks so unless it goes deep, there's not really anything you can do to it that won't go away.
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