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Teaching: echo T equals echo T equals ca switch (5i) case O: break; <?php for ($i1 0; $i1<2: Sil+ tase 1 echo 1 equals 0' reak case 1: echo equals 1" for ($i = 1; $( // Loop 1 for ($12 0; $122;$i2++hieal case 2: etho eaecho $i; echo (Si)(く7php case 0: // Loop 2 switch (Si2 % 2M for (Sil = 0;-$iis.2i-Sil++) { case / Loop 1 2 2, $12++) case 0: continue break; rea default: echo break, switch($2 % 2) { case 0 continue case 1 T IS echo 1 equialS1 break;P (Stwo) print '[' . $12·')<br print 'T' $i2 <br for echo $a case 0: case 2: print $i1. <br print $i1.<br>' echo " break Sfactor echo i equals 2" break case 1: for G i echo i eq break; breakc cho is n while (0); echo "i equals 2"; br echo $i 10: S meme-mage: www.eliminatecodefear.com You can’t learn programming from reading books or online fill-in-the-blank type tutorials. Especially the online tutorials with browser based exercises where you code directly in your browser. The problem with that approach is that it doesn’t provide practical experience. It provides a false illusion of learning something as it tugs you along to complete an assignment that’s more of a fill-in-the-blank type problem. A student feels like they’ve learned something but that knowledge does not stick. Unfortunately that experience will not help in an interview nor an actual project. Valuable time ends up going to complete waste. At ECF, we don’t follow hype. We do what works! We take a traditional route to teaching how to code! Here we advance slowly & patiently in the lectures often repeating key concepts in multiple different ways to really help you solidify the knowledge and mold your foundation so you can discover how to code properly and then boy do we test the skills you gain! We throw you in the middle of a practical programming assignment so you can apply everything you learned. So enough of those “key in the next few commands to fill in the puzzle and we’ll advance you” kind of tutorials. Here you’ll need to roll up your sleeves and get to work on solving practical programming assignments. This site offer’s a chance to gain practical experience you can take to your interview and feel confident in your abilities. Every assignment is followed by a detailed video solution breaking down the problem and going over the answer step-by-step so you really get it! www.eliminatecodefear.com
Teaching: echo T equals
 echo T equals
 ca
 switch (5i)
 case O:
 break;
 <?php
 for ($i1 0; $i1<2: Sil+ tase 1
 echo 1 equals 0'
 reak
 case 1:
 echo
 equals 1"
 for ($i = 1; $(
 // Loop 1
 for ($12 0; $122;$i2++hieal
 case 2:
 etho eaecho $i;
 echo
 (Si)(く7php
 case 0:
 // Loop 2
 switch (Si2 % 2M
 for (Sil = 0;-$iis.2i-Sil++) {
 case
 / Loop 1
 2 2, $12++)
 case 0:
 continue
 break;
 rea
 default:
 echo
 break,
 switch($2 % 2) {
 case 0
 continue
 case 1
 T IS
 echo 1 equialS1
 break;P
 (Stwo)
 print '[' . $12·')<br
 print 'T' $i2 <br
 for
 echo $a case 0:
 case 2: print $i1. <br
 print $i1.<br>'
 echo "
 break
 Sfactor
 echo i equals 2"
 break
 case 1:
 for G i
 echo i eq
 break;
 breakc
 cho is n
 while (0);
 echo "i equals 2";
 br
 echo $i
 10: S
meme-mage:



www.eliminatecodefear.com




You can’t learn programming from reading books or online fill-in-the-blank type tutorials. Especially the online tutorials with browser based exercises where you code directly in your browser. The problem with that approach is that it doesn’t provide practical experience. It provides a false illusion of learning something as it tugs you along to complete an assignment that’s more of a fill-in-the-blank type problem. A student feels like they’ve learned something but that knowledge does not stick. Unfortunately that experience will not help in an interview nor an actual project. Valuable time ends up going to complete waste. At ECF, we don’t follow hype. We do what works! We take a traditional route to teaching how to code! Here we advance slowly & patiently in the lectures often repeating key concepts in multiple different ways to really help you solidify the knowledge and mold your foundation so you can discover how to code properly and then boy do we test the skills you gain! We throw you in the middle of a practical programming assignment so you can apply everything you learned. So enough of those “key in the next few commands to fill in the puzzle and we’ll advance you” kind of


tutorials. Here you’ll need to roll up your sleeves and get to work on solving practical programming assignments. This site offer’s a chance to gain practical experience you can take to your interview and feel confident in your abilities. Every assignment is followed by a detailed video solution breaking down the problem and going over the answer step-by-step so you really get it!





www.eliminatecodefear.com

meme-mage: www.eliminatecodefear.com You can’t learn programming from reading books or online fill-in-the-blank type tutorials. Es...

Teaching: echo T equals echo T equals ca switch (5i) case O: break; <?php for ($i1 0; $i1<2: Sil+ tase 1 echo 1 equals 0' reak case 1: echo equals 1" for ($i = 1; $( // Loop 1 for ($12 0; $122;$i2++hieal case 2: etho eaecho $i; echo (Si)(く7php case 0: // Loop 2 switch (Si2 % 2M for (Sil = 0;-$iis.2i-Sil++) { case / Loop 1 2 2, $12++) case 0: continue break; rea default: echo break, switch($2 % 2) { case 0 continue case 1 T IS echo 1 equialS1 break;P (Stwo) print '[' . $12·')<br print 'T' $i2 <br for echo $a case 0: case 2: print $i1. <br print $i1.<br>' echo " break Sfactor echo i equals 2" break case 1: for G i echo i eq break; breakc cho is n while (0); echo "i equals 2"; br echo $i 10: S meme-mage: www.eliminatecodefear.com You can’t learn programming from reading books or online fill-in-the-blank type tutorials. Especially the online tutorials with browser based exercises where you code directly in your browser. The problem with that approach is that it doesn’t provide practical experience. It provides a false illusion of learning something as it tugs you along to complete an assignment that’s more of a fill-in-the-blank type problem. A student feels like they’ve learned something but that knowledge does not stick. Unfortunately that experience will not help in an interview nor an actual project. Valuable time ends up going to complete waste. At ECF, we don’t follow hype. We do what works! We take a traditional route to teaching how to code! Here we advance slowly patiently in the lectures often repeating key concepts in multiple different ways to really help you solidify the knowledge and mold your foundation so you can discover how to code properly and then boy do we test the skills you gain! We throw you in the middle of a practical programming assignment so you can apply everything you learned. So enough of those “key in the next few commands to fill in the puzzle and we’ll advance you” kind of tutorials. Here you’ll need to roll up your sleeves and get to work on solving practical programming assignments. This site offer’s a chance to gain practical experience you can take to your interview and feel confident in your abilities. Every assignment is followed by a detailed video solution breaking down the problem and going over the answer step-by-step so you really get it! www.eliminatecodefear.com
Teaching: echo T equals
 echo T equals
 ca
 switch (5i)
 case O:
 break;
 <?php
 for ($i1 0; $i1<2: Sil+ tase 1
 echo 1 equals 0'
 reak
 case 1:
 echo
 equals 1"
 for ($i = 1; $(
 // Loop 1
 for ($12 0; $122;$i2++hieal
 case 2:
 etho eaecho $i;
 echo
 (Si)(く7php
 case 0:
 // Loop 2
 switch (Si2 % 2M
 for (Sil = 0;-$iis.2i-Sil++) {
 case
 / Loop 1
 2 2, $12++)
 case 0:
 continue
 break;
 rea
 default:
 echo
 break,
 switch($2 % 2) {
 case 0
 continue
 case 1
 T IS
 echo 1 equialS1
 break;P
 (Stwo)
 print '[' . $12·')<br
 print 'T' $i2 <br
 for
 echo $a case 0:
 case 2: print $i1. <br
 print $i1.<br>'
 echo "
 break
 Sfactor
 echo i equals 2"
 break
 case 1:
 for G i
 echo i eq
 break;
 breakc
 cho is n
 while (0);
 echo "i equals 2";
 br
 echo $i
 10: S
meme-mage:



www.eliminatecodefear.com




You can’t learn programming from reading books or online fill-in-the-blank type tutorials. Especially the online tutorials with browser based exercises where you code directly in your browser. The problem with that approach is that it doesn’t provide practical experience. It provides a false illusion of learning something as it tugs you along to complete an assignment that’s more of a fill-in-the-blank type problem. A student feels like they’ve learned something but that knowledge does not stick. Unfortunately that experience will not help in an interview nor an actual project. Valuable time ends up going to complete waste. At ECF, we don’t follow hype. We do what works! We take a traditional route to teaching how to code! Here we advance slowly  patiently in the lectures often repeating key concepts in multiple different ways to really help you solidify the knowledge and mold your foundation so you can discover how to code properly and then boy do we test the skills you gain! We throw you in the middle of a practical programming assignment so you can apply everything you learned. So enough of those “key in the next few commands to fill in the puzzle and we’ll advance you” kind of


tutorials. Here you’ll need to roll up your sleeves and get to work on solving practical programming assignments. This site offer’s a chance to gain practical experience you can take to your interview and feel confident in your abilities. Every assignment is followed by a detailed video solution breaking down the problem and going over the answer step-by-step so you really get it!





www.eliminatecodefear.com

meme-mage: www.eliminatecodefear.com You can’t learn programming from reading books or online fill-in-the-blank type tutorials. Es...

Teaching: jactheripper: g0dziiia: gifsboom: LITTLE GIRLS TEACHING DOG TO JUMP ON MATTRESS. [video] Oh my goddddd this is too cute
Teaching: jactheripper:

g0dziiia:

gifsboom:

LITTLE GIRLS TEACHING DOG TO JUMP ON MATTRESS. [video]

Oh my goddddd

this is too cute

jactheripper: g0dziiia: gifsboom: LITTLE GIRLS TEACHING DOG TO JUMP ON MATTRESS. [video] Oh my goddddd this is too cute

Teaching: SANG 11 The Sad Truth: Nauseatingly profound illustrations of what the world is turning into Everything that's bleak about the modern world is wrapped-up like a perfect, little package with these illustrations by London-based artist and animator, Steve. DANGEROUSMINDS.NET vanutella: deducecanoe: lizardywizard: I haven’t seen the original article because it wasn’t linked, but I think the choice of pictures for the header makes my point well enough. Which is: ever noticed how all art about “the evils of the modern world” focuses on smartphones and fat people? I’d be the first to speak up and say there are plenty of things wrong with modern industrialized society. Like, oh, I don’t know, climate change. Cops murdering with impunity. Species going extinct. The way the US government has practically been taken hostage by corporate interests. An emphasis on throwing away and replacing rather than repairing. Schools teaching to the test and crushing creative thinking. Mass unemployment and poverty. Fox “News”. I can think of ten dozen more, and smartphones and fat people aren’t even close to making the list. If we lived in a world where our biggest “problems” were people being fat and people having computers in their pockets, we’d be in damn near utopia. So why do so-called “cutting-edge”, “countercultural” artists insist on repeating those two images over and over again? We live in the fucking future. I read an article about a young girl who was born with her heart outside of her rib cage. Not only has she survived to seven or nine years old, they are going to perform surgery to put everything where it should be so she can have a long life. I was visiting my family and used FaceTime do my niece could meet Jim, whom she had never met. And she got to see all my animals. How cool is that? We can PRINT people new arms and legs. People far away from cities and universities can take classes online and get an education. The Internet has revolutionized how we use libraries and how we manage the information in them (not made it obsolete). I can get book two in a series downloaded to my e-reader at 2am so I can continue my literary journey without waking my spouse or having a panic attack about how the story ends. My phone helps me control my OCD because o can TELL it to set a timer so I Am forced to stop my task. It has apps to help with panic attacks and executive function. It’s made my life so much better and more manageable as someone with autism trying to function in the world. My life is so much better with my smart phone than before I had a mobile phone at all, in high school and college. I can’t think of how helpful it would have been in high school. I’m so sick of this pseudo-Luddite tsk tsk poo poo thing that is super popular right now. We have fucking cars that drive themselves. My prescriptions tell ME when they need to be refilled. But you are worried about how people use their phones to communicate with people they WANT to talk to instead of making uncomfortable small talk with your shitty face. You are living in the god damned future. Every idiot who things they are sharing some clever unpopular opinion about phones wrote their article with spell check on and submitted it for publication via the Internet. And likely to a site that only published online. This pseudo-ludditism can suck my nuts. ^ this
Teaching: SANG
 11
 The Sad Truth: Nauseatingly profound illustrations of
 what the world is turning into
 Everything that's bleak about the modern world is wrapped-up like a perfect, little
 package with these illustrations by London-based artist and animator, Steve.
 DANGEROUSMINDS.NET
vanutella:

deducecanoe:

lizardywizard:

I haven’t seen the original article because it wasn’t linked, but I think the choice of pictures for the header makes my point well enough.
Which is: ever noticed how all art about “the evils of the modern world” focuses on smartphones and fat people?
I’d be the first to speak up and say there are plenty of things wrong with modern industrialized society. Like, oh, I don’t know, climate change. Cops murdering with impunity. Species going extinct. The way the US government has practically been taken hostage by corporate interests. An emphasis on throwing away and replacing rather than repairing. Schools teaching to the test and crushing creative thinking. Mass unemployment and poverty. Fox “News”.
I can think of ten dozen more, and smartphones and fat people aren’t even close to making the list. If we lived in a world where our biggest “problems” were people being fat and people having computers in their pockets, we’d be in damn near utopia.
So why do so-called “cutting-edge”, “countercultural” artists insist on repeating those two images over and over again?

We live in the fucking future. I read an article about a young girl who was born with her heart outside of her rib cage. Not only has she survived to seven or nine years old, they are going to perform surgery to put everything where it should be so she can have a long life. 
I was visiting my family and used FaceTime do my niece could meet Jim, whom she had never met. And she got to see all my animals. How cool is that?
We can PRINT people new arms and legs. People far away from cities and universities can take classes online and get an education. The Internet has revolutionized how we use libraries and how we manage the information in them (not made it obsolete). 
I can get book two in a series downloaded to my e-reader at 2am so I can continue my literary journey without waking my spouse or having a panic attack about how the story ends. 
My phone helps me control my OCD because o can TELL it to set a timer so I Am forced to stop my task. It has apps to help with panic attacks and executive function. It’s made my life so much better and more manageable as someone with autism trying to function in the world. My life is so much better with my smart phone than before I had a mobile phone at all, in high school and college. I can’t think of how helpful it would have been in high school. 
I’m so sick of this pseudo-Luddite tsk tsk poo poo thing that is super popular right now. We have fucking cars that drive themselves. My prescriptions tell ME when they need to be refilled. But you are worried about how people use their phones to communicate with people they WANT to talk to instead of making uncomfortable small talk with your shitty face. You are living in the god damned future. Every idiot who things they are sharing some clever unpopular opinion about phones wrote their article with spell check on and submitted it for publication via the Internet. And likely to a site that only published online. This pseudo-ludditism can suck my nuts. 


^ this

vanutella: deducecanoe: lizardywizard: I haven’t seen the original article because it wasn’t linked, but I think the choice of picture...

Teaching: REMEMBER Turn your computer off before midnight orn 12/31/99. BUY tamashiihiroka: forloveofreason: shananaomi: jaybushman: spytap: ralfmaximus: faisdm: the-most-calamitous: jibini: top-lotad-breeder: chocogoat: what. why? someone pls explain to me pls i wasnt born yet in 1999 why turn computer off before midnight? what happen if u dont? y2k lol everyone was like “the supervirus is gonna take over the world and ruin everything and end the world!!!” This is the oldest I’ve ever felt. Right now. WHAT THE FUCK DO YOU MEAN YOU WEREN’T BORN YET IN 1999. Ahh the Millenium bug. It wasn’t a virus, it was an issue with how some old computers at the time were programmed to deal with dates. Basically some computers with older operating systems didn’t have anything in place to deal with the year reaching 99 and looping around to 00. It was believed that this inability to sync with the correct date would cause issues, and even crash entire systems the moment the date changed. People flipped out about it, convinced that the date discrepancy between netwoked systems would bring down computers everywhere and shut down the internet and so all systems relying on computers, including plane navigation etc. would go down causing worldwide chaos. It was genuinely believed that people should all switch off computers to avoid this. One or two smart people spoke up and said “um hey, this actually will only effect a few very outdated computers and they’ll just display the wrong date, so it probably won’t be harmful” but were largely ignored because people selling books about the end of the world were talking louder. In the end, absolutely nothing happened. Oh gosh. I’ve been a programmer working for various government agencies since the early 1990s and I can say with some confidence: NOTHING HAPPENED BECAUSE WE WORKED VERY HARD FIXING SHIT THAT MOST DEFINITELY WOULD HAVE BROKEN ON 1-JAN-2000. One example I personally worked on: vaccination databases. My contract was with the CDC to coordinate immunization registries — you know, kids’ vaccine histories. What they got, when they got it, and (most importantly) which vaccines they were due to get next and when. These were state-wide registries, containing millions of records each. Most of these systems were designed in the 1970s and 1980s, and stored the child’s DOB year as only two digits. This means that — had we not fixed it — just about every child in all the databases I worked on would have SUDDENLY AGED OUT OF THE PROGRAM 1-JAN-2000. In other words: these kids would suddenly be “too old” to receive critical vaccines. Okay, so that’s not a nuke plant exploding or airplanes dropping from the sky. In fact, nothing obvious would have occurred come Jan 1st. BUT Without the software advising doctors when to give vaccinations, an entire generation’s immunity to things like measles, mumps, smallpox (etc) would have been compromised. And nobody would even know there was a problem for months — possibly years — after. You think the fun & games caused by a few anti-vaxers is bad? Imagine whole populations going unvaccinated by accident… one case of measles and the death toll might be measured in millions. This is one example I KNOW to be true, because I was there. I also know that in the years leading up to 2000 there were ad-hoc discussion groups (particularly alt.risk) of amazed programmers and project managers that uncovered year-2000 traps… and fixed them. Quietly, without fanfare.  In many cases because admitting there was a problem would have resulted in a lawsuit by angry customers. But mostly because it was our job to fix those design flaws before anyone was inconvenienced or hurt. So, yeah… all that Y2K hysteria was for nothing, because programmers worked their asses off to make sure it was for nothing. Bolding mine. Absolutely true.  My Mom worked like crazy all throughout 1998 and 1999 on dozens of systems to avoid Y2K crashes. Nothing major happened because people worked to made sure it didn’t. Now if we could just harness that concept for some of the other major issues facing us today.   this meme came so far since i saw it this morning. god i love tumblr teaching tumblr about history. As a young Sys Admin during Y2K, I can confirm that it was SRS BZNS.  I worked for a major pharmaceutical company at the time.  They spent millions of dollars on consultant and programmer hours, not to mention their own employees’ time, to fix all their in-house software as well as replace it with new systems.  Sys Admins like myself were continually deploying patches, updating firmware, and deploying new systems in the months leading up to Y2K.  Once that was done, though, the programmers went home and cashed their checks. When the FATEFUL HOUR came along, it wasn’t just one hour.  For a global company with offices in dozens of countries, it was 24 hours of being alert and on-call.  I imagine that other large organizations had similar setups with entire IT departments working in shifts to monitor everything.  Everyone was on a hair trigger, too, so the slightest problem caused ALL HANDS ON DECK pages to go out. Yes, we had pagers. For hard numbers IDC’s 2006 calculation put the total US cost of remediation, before and after, at $147 billion - that’s in 1999 dollars.  That paid for an army of programmers, including calling up retired grandparents from the senior center because COBOL and FORTRAN apps from the ‘60s needed fixing. Also note that there were some problems, including $13 billion in remediation included in the figure above.  Some of these involved nuclear power plants, medical equipment, and “a customer at a New York State video rental store had a bill for $91,250, the cost of renting the movie ‘The General’s Daughter’ for 100 years.” Y2K was anything but nothing. Reblogging because this is a side to the story I had never heard.
Teaching: REMEMBER
 Turn your computer off
 before midnight orn
 12/31/99.
 BUY
tamashiihiroka:

forloveofreason:

shananaomi:

jaybushman:

spytap:

ralfmaximus:

faisdm:

the-most-calamitous:

jibini:

top-lotad-breeder:

chocogoat:

what. why? someone pls explain to me pls i wasnt born yet in 1999 why turn computer off before midnight? what happen if u dont?

y2k lol everyone was like “the supervirus is gonna take over the world and ruin everything and end the world!!!”

This is the oldest I’ve ever felt. Right now.

WHAT THE FUCK DO YOU MEAN YOU WEREN’T BORN YET IN 1999.

Ahh the Millenium bug.
It wasn’t a virus, it was an issue with how some old computers at the time were programmed to deal with dates. Basically some computers with older operating systems didn’t have anything in place to deal with the year reaching 99 and looping around to 00. It was believed that this inability to sync with the correct date would cause issues, and even crash entire systems the moment the date changed.
People flipped out about it, convinced that the date discrepancy between netwoked systems would bring down computers everywhere and shut down the internet and so all systems relying on computers, including plane navigation etc. would go down causing worldwide chaos. It was genuinely believed that people should all switch off computers to avoid this. One or two smart people spoke up and said “um hey, this actually will only effect a few very outdated computers and they’ll just display the wrong date, so it probably won’t be harmful” but were largely ignored because people selling books about the end of the world were talking louder.
In the end, absolutely nothing happened.

Oh gosh.
I’ve been a programmer working for various government agencies since the early 1990s and I can say with some confidence:
NOTHING HAPPENED BECAUSE WE WORKED VERY HARD FIXING SHIT THAT MOST DEFINITELY WOULD HAVE BROKEN ON 1-JAN-2000.
One example I personally worked on: vaccination databases.
My contract was with the CDC to coordinate immunization registries — you know, kids’ vaccine histories. What they got, when they got it, and (most importantly) which vaccines they were due to get next and when. These were state-wide registries, containing millions of records each.
Most of these systems were designed in the 1970s and 1980s, and stored the child’s DOB year as only two digits. This means that — had we not fixed it — just about every child in all the databases I worked on would have SUDDENLY AGED OUT OF THE PROGRAM 1-JAN-2000.
In other words: these kids would suddenly be “too old” to receive critical vaccines.
Okay, so that’s not a nuke plant exploding or airplanes dropping from the sky. In fact, nothing obvious would have occurred come Jan 1st.
BUT
Without the software advising doctors when to give vaccinations, an entire generation’s immunity to things like measles, mumps, smallpox (etc) would have been compromised. And nobody would even know there was a problem for months — possibly years — after.
You think the fun & games caused by a few anti-vaxers is bad?
Imagine whole populations going unvaccinated by accident… one case of measles and the death toll might be measured in millions.
This is one example I KNOW to be true, because I was there.
I also know that in the years leading up to 2000 there were ad-hoc discussion groups (particularly alt.risk) of amazed programmers and project managers that uncovered year-2000 traps… and fixed them.
Quietly, without fanfare. 
In many cases because admitting there was a problem would have resulted in a lawsuit by angry customers. But mostly because it was our job to fix those design flaws before anyone was inconvenienced or hurt.
So, yeah… all that Y2K hysteria was for nothing, because programmers worked their asses off to make sure it was for nothing.

Bolding mine.

Absolutely true.  My Mom worked like crazy all throughout 1998 and 1999 on dozens of systems to avoid Y2K crashes. Nothing major happened because people worked to made sure it didn’t.
Now if we could just harness that concept for some of the other major issues facing us today.  

this meme came so far since i saw it this morning. god i love tumblr teaching tumblr about history.

As a young Sys Admin during Y2K, I can confirm that it was SRS BZNS.  I worked for a major pharmaceutical company at the time.  They spent millions of dollars on consultant and programmer hours, not to mention their own employees’ time, to fix all their in-house software as well as replace it with new systems.  Sys Admins like myself were continually deploying patches, updating firmware, and deploying new systems in the months leading up to Y2K.  Once that was done, though, the programmers went home and cashed their checks.
When the FATEFUL HOUR came along, it wasn’t just one hour.  For a global company with offices in dozens of countries, it was 24 hours of being alert and on-call.  I imagine that other large organizations had similar setups with entire IT departments working in shifts to monitor everything.  Everyone was on a hair trigger, too, so the slightest problem caused ALL HANDS ON DECK pages to go out.
Yes, we had pagers.
For hard numbers IDC’s 2006 calculation put the total US cost of remediation, before and after, at $147 billion - that’s in 1999 dollars.  That paid for an army of programmers, including calling up retired grandparents from the senior center because COBOL and FORTRAN apps from the ‘60s needed fixing.
Also note that there were some problems, including $13 billion in remediation included in the figure above.  Some of these involved nuclear power plants, medical equipment, and “a customer at a New York State video rental store had a bill for $91,250, the cost of renting the movie ‘The General’s Daughter’ for 100 years.”


Y2K was anything but nothing.

Reblogging because this is a side to the story I had never heard.

tamashiihiroka: forloveofreason: shananaomi: jaybushman: spytap: ralfmaximus: faisdm: the-most-calamitous: jibini: top-lotad-bre...

Teaching: Four college students from North Carolina State University developed a nail polish that changes color when exposed to date rape drugs, including GHB, Rohypnol, and Xanax. The wearer can stir her drink with a finger. If her drink was tamρered with, she'll know within seconds. ExploreTalent .com <p><a href="http://inwildnessistheworld.tumblr.com/post/131236291022/spookyblackconservative-hey-remember-when" class="tumblr_blog">inwildnessistheworld</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="http://spookyblackconservative.tumblr.com/post/131226707209/hey-remember-when-tumblr-shot-this-down-because" class="tumblr_blog">spookyblackconservative</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Hey, remember when Tumblr shot this down because “hurr durr we just need ta teach da menz not 2 rape insted!”</p></blockquote> <p>Tips for bar nights:</p><p>-NEVER leave your drink unattended!<br/>-Always have someone you trust nearby.<br/>-Always be aware of your surroundings.<br/>-NEVER accept a drink you didn’t see the bartender pour!<br/>-When you’re not drinking, cover your drink with your hand.<br/>-Trust your instincts. If someone feels shady or off, leave.</p><p>If anyone one knows anything else feel free to add to the list.</p></blockquote> <p>Hey whoa now, stop your victim blaming! Literally all we need to do is make the patriarchy stop teaching men to rape.</p><p></p><p>(In case anyone is unaware I am 100% not being serious)</p>
Teaching: Four college students from North
 Carolina State University developed
 a nail polish that changes color when
 exposed to date rape drugs, including
 GHB, Rohypnol, and Xanax. The wearer
 can stir her drink with a finger. If her
 drink was tamρered with, she'll know
 within seconds.
 ExploreTalent
 .com
<p><a href="http://inwildnessistheworld.tumblr.com/post/131236291022/spookyblackconservative-hey-remember-when" class="tumblr_blog">inwildnessistheworld</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p><a href="http://spookyblackconservative.tumblr.com/post/131226707209/hey-remember-when-tumblr-shot-this-down-because" class="tumblr_blog">spookyblackconservative</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p>Hey, remember when Tumblr shot this down because “hurr durr we just need ta teach da menz not 2 rape insted!”</p></blockquote>

<p>Tips for bar nights:</p><p>-NEVER leave your drink unattended!<br/>-Always have someone you trust nearby.<br/>-Always be aware of your surroundings.<br/>-NEVER accept a drink you didn’t see the bartender pour!<br/>-When you’re not drinking, cover your drink with your hand.<br/>-Trust your instincts. If someone feels shady or off, leave.</p><p>If anyone one knows anything else feel free to add to the list.</p></blockquote>

<p>Hey whoa now, stop your victim blaming! Literally all we need to do is make the patriarchy stop teaching men to rape.</p><p></p><p>(In case anyone is unaware I am 100% not being serious)</p>

<p><a href="http://inwildnessistheworld.tumblr.com/post/131236291022/spookyblackconservative-hey-remember-when" class="tumblr_blog">inwil...

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Teaching: The Difference Between High School In 1970 And 2015. This Guy Nails It. Scenario 1: Jack goes quail hunting before school and then pulls into the school parking lot with his shotgun in his truck's gun rack. 1970 – Vice Principal comes over, looks at Jack's shotgun, goes to his car and gets his shotgun to show Jack... 2015 - School goes into lock down, FBI called, Jack hauled off to jail and never sees his truck or gun again. Counselors called in for traumatized students and teachers. Scenario 2: Johnny and Mark get into a fist fight after school. 1970 - Crowd gathers. Mark wins. Johnny and Mark shake hands and end up buddies. 2015 – Police called and SWAT team arrives - they arrest both Johnny and Mark. They are both charged with assault and both expelled even though Johnny started it. Scenario 3: Jeffrey will not be still in class, he disrupts other students. 1970 – Jeffrey sent to the Principal's office and given a good shouting by the Principal. He then returns to class, sits still and does not disrupt class again. 2015 - Jeffrey is given huge doses of Ritalin He becomes a zombie. He is then tested for ADD. The school gets extra money from the state because Jeffrey has a disability. Scenario 4: Billy breaks a window in his neighbor's car and his Dad gives screams at him. 1970 – Billy is more careful next time, grows up normal, goes to college and becomes a successful businessman. 2015 – Billy's dad is arrested for child abuse. Billy is removed to foster care and joins a gang. The state psychologist is told by Billy's sister that she remembers being abused herself and their dad goes to prison.. Billy's mom has an affair with the psychologist. Scenario 5: Mark gets a headache and takes some aspirin to school. 1970 - Mark shares his aspirin with the Principal out on the smoking dock.. 2015 - The police are called and Mark is expelled from school for drug violations.. His car is then searched for drugs and weapons. Scenario 6: Pedro fails high school English. 1970 – Pedro goes to summer school, passes English and goes to college. 2015 - Pedro's cause is taken up by state. Newspaper articles appear nationally explaining that teaching English as a requirement for graduation is racist.. ACLU files class action lawsuit against the state school system and Pedro's English teacher.. English is then banned from core curriculum.. Pedro is given his diploma anyway but ends up mowing lawns for a living because he cannot speak English. Scenario 7: Johnny takes apart leftover firecrackers from the Fourth of July, puts them in a model airplane paint bottle and blows up a red ant bed. 1970 - Ants die. 2015 - ATF, Homeland Security and the FBI are all called. Johnny is charged with domestic terrorism. The FBI investigates his parents -and all siblings are removed from their home and all computers are confiscated. Johnny's dad is placed on a terror watch list and is never allowed to fly again. Scenario 8: Johnny falls while running during recess and scrapes his knee. He is found crying by his teacher, Mary. Mary hugs him to comfort him. 1970 – In a short time, Johnny feels better and goes on playing. 2015 - Mary is accused of being a sexual predator and loses her job. She faces 3 years in State Prison. Johnny undergoes 5 years of therapy МЕМЕРIХ.сом CHECK OUT MEMEPIX.COM High School 1970 vs. 2015omg-humor.tumblr.com
Teaching: The Difference Between High School
 In 1970 And 2015. This Guy Nails It.
 Scenario 1: Jack goes quail hunting before
 school and then pulls into the school parking lot
 with his shotgun in his truck's gun rack.
 1970 – Vice Principal comes over, looks at Jack's
 shotgun, goes to his car and gets his shotgun to
 show Jack...
 2015 - School goes into lock down, FBI called,
 Jack hauled off to jail and never sees his truck or
 gun again. Counselors called in for traumatized
 students and teachers.
 Scenario 2: Johnny and Mark get into a fist fight
 after school.
 1970 - Crowd gathers. Mark wins. Johnny and
 Mark shake hands and end up buddies.
 2015 – Police called and SWAT team arrives -
 they arrest both Johnny and Mark. They are
 both charged with assault and both expelled
 even though Johnny started it.
 Scenario 3: Jeffrey will not be still in class, he
 disrupts other students.
 1970 – Jeffrey sent to the Principal's office and
 given a good shouting by the Principal. He then
 returns to class, sits still and does not disrupt
 class again.
 2015 - Jeffrey is given huge doses of Ritalin He
 becomes a zombie. He is then tested for ADD.
 The school gets extra money from the state
 because Jeffrey has a disability.
 Scenario 4: Billy breaks a window in his
 neighbor's car and his Dad gives screams at him.
 1970 – Billy is more careful next time, grows up
 normal, goes to college and becomes a
 successful businessman.
 2015 – Billy's dad is arrested for child abuse.
 Billy is removed to foster care and joins a gang.
 The state psychologist is told by Billy's sister
 that she remembers being abused herself and
 their dad goes to prison.. Billy's mom has an
 affair with the psychologist.
 Scenario 5: Mark gets a headache and takes
 some aspirin to school.
 1970 - Mark shares his aspirin with the Principal
 out on the smoking dock..
 2015 - The police are called and Mark is
 expelled from school for drug violations.. His
 car is then searched for drugs and weapons.
 Scenario 6: Pedro fails high school English.
 1970 – Pedro goes to summer school, passes
 English and goes to college.
 2015 - Pedro's cause is taken up by state.
 Newspaper articles appear nationally explaining
 that teaching English as a requirement for
 graduation is racist.. ACLU files class action
 lawsuit against the state school system and
 Pedro's English teacher.. English is then banned
 from core curriculum.. Pedro is given his
 diploma anyway but ends up mowing lawns for
 a living because he cannot speak English.
 Scenario 7: Johnny takes apart leftover
 firecrackers from the Fourth of July, puts them
 in a model airplane paint bottle and blows up a
 red ant bed.
 1970 - Ants die.
 2015 - ATF, Homeland Security and the FBI are
 all called. Johnny is charged with domestic
 terrorism. The FBI investigates his parents -and
 all siblings are removed from their home and all
 computers are confiscated. Johnny's dad is
 placed on a terror watch list and is never
 allowed to fly again.
 Scenario 8: Johnny falls while running during
 recess and scrapes his knee. He is found crying
 by his teacher, Mary. Mary hugs him to comfort
 him.
 1970 – In a short time, Johnny feels better and
 goes on playing.
 2015 - Mary is accused of being a sexual
 predator and loses her job. She faces 3 years in
 State Prison. Johnny undergoes 5 years of
 therapy
 МЕМЕРIХ.сом
 CHECK OUT MEMEPIX.COM
High School 1970 vs. 2015omg-humor.tumblr.com

High School 1970 vs. 2015omg-humor.tumblr.com