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Teenage Girl 22/10/17(Mon)21:51 No. 25332 ID: c6eb5b

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Man, I really hope I can take care of myself, place I live in and family because I have a feeling I might be a manchild in the future.

Teenage Girl 22/10/18(Tue)15:15 No. 25333 ID: 5505f2

Worst thing would be forgetting everything I learned in school which means I won't be able to help my child, even when it's not a homework.

Teenage Girl 22/10/27(Thu)16:19 No. 25353 ID: 43e318

Adults make academics a life-and-death matter for kids, yet, most of the stuff kis are made to learn turn out to be completely useless in the working world and they forget all about it.

It's like academia is a parallel dimension of ansgsty horror that one has to be directly immersed in to understand the anguish.

This is why I thank God I'm not in school anymore.

Teenage Girl 23/01/31(Tue)20:56 No. 25511 ID: 4f5654

High school is mostly bullshit, especially nowadays. Think about it the other way around. You can both learn it together, except this time you'll have experience and wisdom on your side and your child might surprise you with how quick and flexible they learn.

I think my parents were about 40 or so by the time I realized what age is. I'm glad they didn't wait any longer because they were really starting to slow down, physically, by the time I was cruising in my adult prime for fun family things like camping and hiking and whatnot.

Teenage Girl 23/02/02(Thu)23:40 No. 25515 ID: 85cc99

Compulsory law for schooling is a mistake.

Idk why adults sympathise with anti-work sentiment yet anti-school sentiment is laughed off as juvenile if not accused of encouraging criminality.

Work has done way more teaching than school. In fact, academic fields are the result of centuries of tradework being documented amd analyzed.

I tire of adults conjuring up statistical links between crime and low education.

Alot of criminal went to school.
Inner city schools are more dangerous than playing hooky.
Liberal programs think throwing books at delinquents will civilized them.

We are seeing a new era of adulthood where thanks to helicopter parenting and otherneoliberal laws, that the skillet of average adults are shrinking.

It's already normalized to waste away your twenties with zero home training.

Teenage Girl 23/02/02(Thu)23:55 No. 25516 ID: a0785d

You know it. I worked in academia (as staff, not falculty) for quite some years, and sure your fancy degrees and coursework are a relevant consideration when I'm doing a technical hire. But you're going to be learning on the job anyway, so mostly I just want to know how you think and what sort of past experience you have, even though it's not going to be the same as what you're going to be doing here. If you can tell me in detail what you hated about most about some of your past employment or just personal projects, then that's highly informative for me to get an idea about your level of experience with whatever, your problem-solving abilities, and how you're going to react when shit inevitably all goes sideways at the wrong time. I'm not here to do a google-style interview where you have to get all these stupid detailed technical questions right off the top of your head. I'll have some idea if you know your own shit, whatever that shit might be.

Teenage Girl 23/03/01(Wed)04:51 No. 25565 ID: f88899

People whom think school is better/easier than work are idiots.

In fact, the reason why education is promoted isn't to make "enlightened citizens" but because people think their kis will strike it rich and bring home fortune and fame.
The education industry is built on delusions of equality, aesthetically-gifted people, high quantity of pay, and low-intensity labor.

Teenage Girl 23/03/03(Fri)00:08 No. 25570 ID: fa29be

It is the way it is because the Prussian model of schooling was brough to the US and replaced education with training (i.e. brainwashing). Sure maybe some take advantage of it as a networking or pedigree farm, due to whatever combination of aristocracy, raw talent, scholarship quotas, or whatever else. But by an large it's just long-term kindergarten ("child garden") meant to psychologically break chilren from as early an age possible while they are most impressionable so that they make good obedient soldiers or other functionaries of the state.

Teenage Girl 23/03/04(Sat)07:34 No. 25571 ID: 5d0c15

Yea Im familiar with the Prussian origin.
I'm just baffled as to how America accepted such a thing back then.

It may be due to it mirroring their Protestant antisociality.

G Stanley Hall was core advocate for the social-legal adaptation of adolescence. He was the one whom popularized the "teen angst" psychology.

He was also misopediac and a race realist. But then again, alot of white intellectuals back in the old days were rac realists

Teenage Girl 23/03/05(Sun)12:21 No. 25572 ID: 001dd1

The progressive movement all kinds of that stuff over to the US. That's too big a topic to cover in this format. I'm not a protestant (that's a whole other topic) but I don't think I'd blame them specifically beyond just being one facet of whole.

I'm not sure even really where to begin on the subject. If you want to go with psychology, then you're going to have a long time digging with the likes of Wilhelm Wundt. But I get the feeling a better open might be the Fabian Society. I once set my public-facing description at a high profile job as the "Fabian Technition" in order to describe my approach as a software designer, but also to find out who might notice the terminology and ask me about it. Nobody ever did lol. Most of them were shitty programmers anyway, since that was, for them, more of an annoying necessity.

Teenage Girl 23/03/25(Sat)09:05 No. 25596 ID: a92439

Experience? Yes.
Wisdom? Thats debatable.

The idea of wisdom coming with age is just coping wuth loss of vitality of youth.
Most people become even more neurotic over thirty than in their teen years. And the cringe is not some dorky habit to be laughed off. It often has serious side effects.

And alot of times, older people be dressing up like jocks and delinquents.

Teenage Girl 23/04/13(Thu)07:22 No. 25629 ID: 63ad76

I personally find it all rather effeminate. It's like the girls who think they're not like the other girls:

>I'm not like those other guys! I'm not soy/normie/beta/cuck/NPC/etc!

Rinse, repeat. Seriously, I feel like I'm in a middle school girls' washroom, the way these faggots talk. Imagine being a grown ass man and believing in cooties like this. How shameful.

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