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as a social scientist you must have little trust in your own intuition, surprising it doesn't seem that you were draw to this profession by being inherently ********
i thought you might find this interesting, i think you maybe more in line with me with regards to how the left alienates its own. I think we see it all the time in the politics forum where the more liberal posters talk about how dumb the public is. well here is what those fools actually think:
they are pretty ****ing liberal.
K, i'm getting better getting over things
please don't start a debate about who has "the burden of proof". I agree with ya, but a swear nothing makes me more want to punch myself in the face then people fighting over the "burden of proof"
a much less grounded but fun and interesting podcast about spiritual experiences on shooms
Lil Rhody's GF sister would bend him her knee and say "who's your momma".
the really long one?
I tried to be cordial. This thing was sooooo far off the mark that it was embarrassing to read.
In her defense, though, this was for a business course, and I'm fairly certain she had no idea how to do a formal report as a business major (though if she read the material for the course, chapter 12 detailed it fairly nicely for her...)
Fun anecdote that's too OT for the thread in religion (and related to my bluntness), I recently had a point taken off of an assignment grade (in what was an otherwise exceptional score) because I was "perhaps a little too forward in [my] peer review."
I guess my instructor didn't like that my peer review said "Your report is void of substance. You seem to have ignored the assignment guidelines. ...your last two paragraphs are written as though you realized you needed to write at least 1500 words and came 500 short."
...I've never been very good with tactful writing...lol
it's not my usual adventure type of vacation... but I'm sure it will be fun.
Knick the Greek