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Wouldn't you feel bad if you were me?

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July 19, 2019 / By Edit
Question: our close family friends are having their twenty fifth anniversary party at this awesome banquet hall in NY. i kinda wanted to go. my mom dad and brother went, me and my grandma are staying home. im staying b/c theres school tomorrow, in which i have a quiz and i need time to study a bit and i also have the first day of my towns youth council which i was super excited for - tis gonna be held at city hall. i also have to finish my take home test for history class - we have to write eigth one page essays and its taking me forever. last time we went to one oft these parties we came home at 2am and i got less than 4 hrs of sleep its a three hour drive from here. but i feel like curling up and idk... not really crying...... but you know feeling bad for myself.
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Charissa Charissa | 8 days ago
You have learned a lesson about planning. If you had started studying earlier, and finished the take home you would have had a much better chance to go to the party.
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Charissa Originally Answered: Why wouldn't you go to college?
I can definitely answer this question, seeing as although I am a college student, I don't enjoy school. For one, some people may not want to go into debt to be able to go to college if they cannot receive much financial assistance. Some have to work full time as a necessity and wouldn't have time for studies. Some have family or other obligations and do not have time for studies. For some, it is not expected by their family that they go to college, just as for some the only reason they go is because it is expected by their family. Some may not know what they want to do yet and do not feel it is good to go to school without a goal in mind. Some may wish to do jobs that do not require a college education and instead require some other type of training or instruction. Some may have not enjoyed high school and do not wish to put themselves through more school. People may have dreams and goals that are not compatible with college, require a large amount of time that it would be difficult to pursue them while simultaneously attending college & working. As well, attending college is a lot of work and you have to give yourself and your time and it is sometimes hard to see a payoff because you get grades, and your education may not even lead to work, in which case you will have wasted a lot of time and money, and may not have really even gotten anything out of it. Some people have learning disorders such as ADD.
Charissa Originally Answered: Why wouldn't you go to college?
If you're not in the top 30% or so of your class, chances are good you won't finish college. Only about the top 25% of the population will finish a college degree, and only about 15% or so of those will end up in a job that needed the degree (or a degree at all). I'm estimating; you can probably find the actual statistics on there. In short, college will be a big waste of time and money for people who really don't have the capability to succeed there in the first place. And that's a lot of people. Remember, half the US population is of below-average intelligence. If anyone could earn a college degree, it would mean as little as graduing from 8th grade.

Antonette Antonette
Its okay, There will be other times to go out and have fun. Get the work done and trust me you'll feel stress free. Sarah Answer mine? http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20101128113531AAIYH8p&r=w
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Zack Zack
As long as you can whine on YA!, who needs studying? If this is all you can do, you deserve to flunk.
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Zack Originally Answered: Wouldn't this make you sad?
I agree with your outrage I truly do. I have learned over the years however that racism will truly never end. I wish for nothing more then that but i also know that it never will happen. Racism is not only a fault of the people but also that of our government. It is everywhere you look, from the telivison to the news! It is as old as the bible and I cannot see it going away anytime in the future. As a white person my self I am truly outraged at this comment, but you know as well as I do if we stand up for our race we will be called racists. It is funny that the indians call us pale face, In the state of New Mexico you can not call an idian anything but a native american, my uncle was acually sued for telling an indian that he was a round brown faced SOB!! True story! Look at your calender, we celibrate black history month and hispanic month, where is the white history month? Racism has always inferiated me but it is everywhere our holiday's our government, or polititions, our churche's,our schools and amoung us as people! I belive in one race man kind, no man women or child should be discriminated aginst for the color of his skin. but untill the rest of the world wakes up and relizes this we have a lot of work ahead of us! I recived an email today that I would like to share with you it is supose to be a true story however you know how that goes! This scene took place on a scheduled flight between Johannesburg, South Africa and London. A white woman, about 40 years old, was seated next to a black man. Very disturbed by this, she called the air hostess. 'You are obviously not aware of my predicament then?' she said. 'You placed me next to a black man. I did not agree to sit next to someone from such a repugnant group. Give me an alternative seat.' 'Be calm please, the hostess replied. Almost all the places on this flight are taken, but I will go and check to see if another place is available.' The hostess went away & then came back a few minutes later. 'Madam, just as I thought, there are no other available seats in Economy Class.I spoke to the captain & he informed me that there is also no seat in Business Class. As luck would have it, we still have one vacant place inFirst Class which should solve your problem.' The woman looked pleased, but before she could say anything, the hostess continued. 'It is unusual for our company to permit someone from Economy Class to sit in First Class. However, given the circumstances, the Captain feels that it would be scandalous to make someone sit next to someone so disgusting.' She turned to the black guy & said 'Therefore, Sir, ifyou would like to please collect your hand luggage, a seat awaits you in First Class.' At that moment, the other passengers, who'd been shocked by what they had just witnessed, stood up & applauded. This is a true story. If, like me, you are against racism, please send this to all your friends; please do not delete it without sending it to at least 1 person. WELL DONE, British Airways

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