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Old 04-16-2008, 02:52 AM   #31
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This IS a new computer. The only site that's having problems is interference. Facebook's fine. Myspace is fine. Amazon is fine. Wikipedia is fine. My bank page is fine. Everything is fine. Except interference.
hmm. have you called your isp? a couple years ago i had that same problem. not with this site, but one or two others.
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cool

is it cause you're in the middle of nowhere with bad schools or for other reasons?

what does your school day look like? what kind of things do you study, and how is it organized (like what would a year or semester look like - are topics spread out or do you have a week of just this or that)?

do you do activities and stuff to meet people?
It's mostly the middle of nowhere thing. Were the right school to come along, my parents would force me to get off my ass. However, we have a lovely mixture of borderline-dangerous public schools and private schools run by hypocritical Pharisees. And yes, I know about them all, as I've been to some of them in the past.

I time my school days based on necessity. Some are shorter than others, but some run into the night if necessary. I study the basic things, history, chemistry, foreign languages, literature, and so on.

When it comes to meeting people, I must say that I'm rarely lonely. I still have friends from years when I wasn't homeschooled.
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Brie is very good with sun dried tomato, I find.
YES

i love sundried tomato. it's good with feta too, and goat cheese...also good on turkey or chicken.

good sandwich:

brie, turkey, sundried tomato, avocado, bacon optional
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But try some Persian feta some time, no matter the smell that stuff is delicious.
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hmm. have you called your isp? a couple years ago i had that same problem. not with this site, but one or two others.
Called them? No. I figured it was a problem either [a] with the site or [b] with the site in my region. I didn't assume it had anything to do with my isp as, well, every other fucking site works fine.
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But try some Persian feta some time, no matter the smell that stuff is delicious.


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Oh, that's awesome.

The Yanks have been dominating these threads more than ever lately. Have these threads lost their way???






Nah.
I think the Aussie crew has been too busy watching U2 3D.
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It's mostly the middle of nowhere thing. Were the right school to come along, my parents would force me to get off my ass. However, we have a lovely mixture of borderline-dangerous public schools and private schools run by hypocritical Pharisees. And yes, I know about them all, as I've been to some of them in the past.

I time my school days based on necessity. Some are shorter than others, but some run into the night if necessary. I study the basic things, history, chemistry, foreign languages, literature, and so on.

When it comes to meeting people, I must say that I'm rarely lonely. I still have friends from years when I wasn't homeschooled.
do your parents teach you, or just help set the curriculum and find materials?

how is it learning foreign language and chemistry and math without teachers - history, english, biology would be fine from a textbook, but some things, especially language, seem like you'd need a teacher.

do you write papers? do projects?
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ugh. i could never eat feta. it smells too much.
Change that to parmesan and I agree.
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[B]Called them? No. I figured it was a problem either [a] with the site or with the site in my region. I didn't assume it had anything to do with my isp as, well, every other fucking site works fine.
when i was having my problem, it was a problem with my isp. although they were just like "give it a couple days"

HAY THANKS I DIDN'T THINK OF JUST WAITING.
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Change that to parmesan and I agree.
i don't mind parmesan cheese too much. but i just don't like applying it myself, cuz then the smell gets to me oddly enough.
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