|1.||What has science done?|
An internet meme which is often used to describe something extraordinary, commonly a rare creativity which has a relation to science as a whole.
Person A: Hey, look at this: *link*
Person B: What is it?
Person A: Look for yourself, I call it the multitude-bathduck-replicator
Person B: WHAT HAS SCIENCE DONE?
A sexual act in which one takes a shovel, covers the handle with Mountain Dew Code Red, and inserts the handle into their partner's anus or vagina. Great care must be taken to ensure internal injury does not occur, but if performed properly it can provide great pleasure. Very common among furries and Tokio Hotel fangirls, the act is named after Verwina Lindemann, the German woman who invented it in 1984.
Ryan: I verwi'd Blixa Bargeld last night.
Becca: Pics or didn't happen.
Basically a popularity contest. It doesn't matter how many extra curriculars you are involved in, how well you speak, how you campaign, or how good your platform is. What only matters is how popular you are and what your lies are.
Today's School Elections:
Dustin: Hey Ben, who are you voting for?
Ben: I'm voting for Nic. He's really popular and he promised free donuts if he won.
Dustin: But what about Hannah? She's been on the Academic Team, in Science Club for 3 years and is involved in NJHS. She looks like she could do a really good job.
Ben: Yeah, but who is she? I'm voting for Nicc, cuz who doesn't like Nic?
What the elections should be:
Dustin: Hey Ben, who are you voting for?
Ben: I'm voting for Nic.
Dustin: Why? What has he done for the school?
Ben: I don't know. His speech wasn't that good, was it? That Hannah chic, her speech was really good.
Dustin: Yeah, you bet it was! I'm gonna vote for her! She's not only been on Academic Team and NJHS for 3 years, but she's been in Science Club, too. She's WAY more qualified than Nic is.
Ben: You're right. I'm voting for Hannah
So, that's how it is and how it should be.
A social science best described as the study of how environmental stimuli influence an animal's behavior. Fundamental concepts such as Pavlovian Conditioning and Instrumental Conditioning are the basic Principles behind learned behavior and can be used as one method of explaining any kind of behavior.more...
Psychology is one of the easiest ways for a slacker (like me) to obtain a B.Sc. without concern for natural sciences like Chemistry, Calculus, Physics et c. It's legitimacy is apparently controversial, judging by the other definitions listed, but let's not forget that this is URBAN DICTIONARY.
It is true that many students major in Psychology, and they're also the ones you'll find in some Pub during midterm week because they got their studying done early. Not all Psychology majors want to be shrinks, some just want to get a degree and get the fuck out with as little effort as necessary. Isn't that what
Short version, it's two or more people writing a story together.more...
Here's the long version:
RP stands for Role Play. It's a type of writing which usually happens between two or more people, and it is notoriously hard to finish a single story before starting a new one. Each person takes on one central character as their character, and then accepts responsibilities for several or many others, depending on how many people are participating in the RP. However, the more people, the harder it is to keep organized and controlled. Traditionally best and easiest between two people, usually taken on as a way of bonding between two writers. One person starts, the other replies, the first replies to the reply, etc. Often taken on in the writing community between two people who are close friends, or else is used as a way for writers to get used to another person's style. When the two people participating in the RP know one-another very well, it's often possible to distinguish what their reply to a certain situation will be, and can therefore be anticipated and detailed before it even happens.
Manners in an RP are actually fairly complicated. Here are the top five main rules that pretty much everyone obeys when it comes down to it...
The first and most basic rule is that another person's characters are practically sacred. You are issued your own characters, and you are allowed to get indignant if someone else tries to mess with them. Be sure to ALWAYS check with your partner b...
|6.||Occupy Wall Street|
One of the saddest attempts at what really is an attempt at a communist uprising to ever happen on this earth. Many of these ptotestors are upset at other who were successful. Many of these successful people did not spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on liberal arts degrees and do not overextend themselves as many protestors did. While this may be claimed to be a resurgence of democracy and a movement of the people it is really just an attempt by the ploteriat to turn democracy into communism. This should be considered a "masked" movement as the protestors are not very clear about what they want other than "justice for the wrongs of Wall Street executives." Behind these requests there have been mutterings of healthcare for all and other socialist and communist principles. But then again think about it from the protestor's view. If you were a college major with a degree in political science who could not find a job even though you paid almost $50,000 a year for your college education that has not done anything for you, you would be mad also. One must also consider, however, the student going to a in state public college with an all tuition paid for scholarship and working a job at the local conveniece store to pay for his or her rent. Now if they were to come out with a degree in engineering and quickly get a job, he or ahe would not be angry with Wall Street since he or she wasfinancially responsible.more...
Once a respected luxury GM carline which was all about excess. The glory days were before the late 1970s when quality declined. Old models had chrome, metal, and style. The entire line went to the crapper when EPA clean air regualtion destroyed the era of big V8 engines and leaded gasoline.
The line was pathetic in the mid 80s which cars like the Cimmaron which was a chevrolet cavalier with a few styling changes and caddi badges. The line's pathetic attempts to copy the Japanese were always 10 years behind.
For example, the dash controls of the line got to be good looking in the late 1990's after they started to copy what Lexus had done in 1990 with their LS400.
Cadillac has now gone to a new art and science theme to try to get yuppies to buy their cars since the baby boomers are going to experience a mass die off in the next 20 years or so.
If Cadillac did not try so hard to copy the Europeans and Japanese by building cars like they did in the good old days they would be on top again because Americans like American looking cars.
Buy a cadillac if you want to have a car that will depreciate 70% in the first 4 years.