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Re: What's on your mind?

Posted: October 30th, 2018, 5:59 am
by FireJC
Those ants in my kitchen will make me insane... They appeared there a week ago or so. This morning I've noticed that my box with cornflakes is full of them! It's disgusting, I can't stand it anymore. I've read the article about how to get rid of those insects. But almost all the remedies are chemical and I don't know will it be safe to use it in the kitchen. Already bought a jar of kerosene, hope ants will be gone after it.

Re: What's on your mind?

Posted: October 31st, 2018, 4:16 pm
by kkslider5552000

Re: What's on your mind?

Posted: November 7th, 2018, 1:51 pm
by Swagnarok
Well, for the first time I'm about to fail a class in college.

Spoiler:
It's insane: this is a 100 level class (that is, a course that's supposed to be for beginners) and yet everyone in there is like some kind of drawing expert, whereas I have absolutely zero artistic ability. The teacher grades on a 7 point grading scale and so far the only grades he's awarded me have been Cs. I am dead serious: of the three assignments graded so far, he's given me a lower grade each time. Even on the third one, where I tried the hardest and showed the most improvement. I just flat out have no reason to care at this point.

Re: What's on your mind?

Posted: November 7th, 2018, 4:43 pm
by dumytru
Swagnarok wrote:Well, for the first time I'm about to fail a class in college.

Spoiler:
It's insane: this is a 100 level class (that is, a course that's supposed to be for beginners) and yet everyone in there is like some kind of drawing expert, whereas I have absolutely zero artistic ability. The teacher grades on a 7 point grading scale and so far the only grades he's awarded me have been Cs. I am dead serious: of the three assignments graded so far, he's given me a lower grade each time. Even on the third one, where I tried the hardest and showed the most improvement. I just flat out have no reason to care at this point.


I've learnt the most from failing a class. Don't worry too much about it. Just do what you can.

Re: What's on your mind?

Posted: November 11th, 2018, 10:52 am
by Swagnarok
100 years ago today, some men came together and agreed that they really ought to stop squabbling.

Re: What's on your mind?

Posted: November 17th, 2018, 11:35 am
by Thunderbolt_47
My research, of course... Going for a master's degree in economics is fun, right now I'm reading lots of articles about the habits of Russian real estate buyers and investors, and that kind of stuff doesn't get out of my mind anymore.