If you've ever studied for a test, that's cheating. If you know the answers before the test, you're basically cheating. There's not difference between studying and writing that shit on your hand or a piece of paper. I mean this seriously.
Taxes are bullshit in our current money system and tests don’t mean shit anymore with algorithms. We should turn this shit on its head and compile learning/certification for free and free internet for everyone.
Taxes make society possible. People who think taxes are theft are free to move to a remote island and play survivor for the rest of their lives.
That's what I'm saying. If you know the answers and if you're preforming better than everybody else in class, that's cheating because you know more than them. If you study, you automatically have an advantage when the exam is handed out to you. I don't see how that's just.
Ad Hominem. You haven't convinced me of your point, but I guess you have to have a point in the first place. Say something that's relevant to the discussion if you want to be taken seriously.
I'm sure you're very happy that you lose 40% of your income so you can drive on a straight road. Must be very worth it while your overlords who make 100x more than you tell you it's for your own good : )
Why do sassy people always end their diatribes with a smiley emote? I think it's to give the illusion that you're keeping your composer. I take that as a sign that people aren't willing to have a serious discussion. I see it as a weakness. It reminds me of uptalk.
I'm sure you're very happy that you lose 40% of your income so you can drive on a straight road. Must be very worth it while your overlords who make 100x more than you tell you it's for your own good
It just sounds like your mad that you failed a test or trying to justify not paying attention in class
No, studying is not equal to cheating. When you study, you're not supposed to memorize shit. You're supposed to learn it, there is a difference
But yes like that other anon said, the school system is flawed, but that's no excuse for your own shortcomings
All taxes go to roads
Also, the top 0.0001% should be heavily taxed
>It just sounds like your mad that you failed a test or trying to justify not paying attention in class
I already graduated
>No, studying is not equal to cheating
Yes it does. You're learning the answers before the test. That's cheating. You might as well look at the teacher's test sheet.
>When you study, you're not supposed to memorize shit. You're supposed to learn it, there is a difference
Moot point. If you learn it before the test, that means you know the answer before it's asked. That's cheating.
>But yes like that other anon said, the school system is flawed, but that's no excuse for your own shortcomings
What's with the angst? Why so quick to try to hurt somebody? You didn't, but it highlights your insecurity. You're clamoring to see if you can gain and angle when there's no angle to be gotten. You're strange.
That's not how cheating works. If you know the questions before the test, that's cheating. Learning the material is entirely different, it's not a difficult concept
Oh and you can stop trying to "read" people, you're just trying to change the subject due to your very weak argument
>They are. Trying going to college when you're of age in the next 3-4 years.
Not heavily enough. Also that followup insult was trash. You should be ashamed. If this post was a Capcom Vs. Marvel: Infinite character, it would be Ryu.
>No, taxes go to paychecks of people who 'fix your roads'.
Is that how it works?
>That's not how cheating works.
Sounds like something a cheater would say.
> If you know the questions before the test, that's cheating.
Well I agree with that. That would be like double cheating.
>Learning the material is entirely different, it's not a difficult concept
Before a test though? That's cheating. Yeah maybe you learn when you get the test back and see what you got wrong.
>Oh and you can stop trying to "read" people, you're just trying to change the subject due to your very weak argument
No, that was a footnote, not a thesis. You just come off as insecure.
Well then you're squeamish and feminine if you let things affect you in this way. People who constantly type cringe are unsure of themselves and are uncomfortable in their own skin. They're also the kind of person who isn't exposing themselves to enough humanity. It's shut-in, bronie behavior.
So by your logic, no one should be allowed to study? First day of class kids get a test, fail completely and then what? If they study, that's just cheating for the next test. How are they supposed to learn?
>you can stop trying to "read" people
>Your autism is so bad, I'm sure you think traps are straight.
Traps are 90% gay with a 10% straight factor, but only because there are tits present. It's mostly gay.
>Autism so strong you can't even read between the lines
That wouldn't be a symptom of autism
>Inbn64 haha epic troll
No one says epic even ironically. For shame.
>So by your logic, no one should be allowed to study?
Basically yeah. I guess you're gonna say it's okay to have calculators during math tests.
>First day of class kids get a test, fail completely and then what?
I don't know. Maybe get a job or prepare for future homelessness.
>If they study, that's just cheating for the next test. How are they supposed to learn?
They could pay attention in class perhaps.
>you can stop trying to "read" people
Then stop exposing yourself.
>doesn't think 10% of his time with his dick inside of a man is completely straight
>doesn't mind 40% of his income going to the government is theft
I'm sure you think communism can work but it just hasn't because 'nothing close to true communism has ever been tried'
Paying attention in class is not always enough. I don't even know what to say anymore, it's a very simple concept somehow eluding you based on your own misconception of semantics, which is something you should have abandoned in elementary school. All your gonna do is chop up my post to reply to things individually in an attempt to appear more logical, as if your dissecting my "argument" followed by your hollywood inspired psychoanalysis of my character based very loosely on things I've said which also shows how limited your social skills. But don't worry, I concede. Consider this your victory, I got a rule34 thread with my name it
>I'm sure you think communism can work but it just hasn't because 'nothing close to true communism has ever been tried'
No communism is inherently wrong in the same way anarcho-capitalism is wrong. It removed humanity from everything.
A minimal amount of knowledge is necessary to make structured points. Giving examples to accompany your arguments require knowledge of those examples, and this is not something you acquire without studying.
Now I don't know where you're from, but here it's pretty balanced between knowledge/concepts. By "concepts" I mean methods that are relevant for every assignment you're given, such as how to syntax for dialogues, making a point using a+b=c, introduction-development-conclusion... Very basic stuff which may be natural to anyone and is extremely important to write intelligible things.
>So you're okay with giving everyone to someone who tries to promise you something good but you know something is wrong with giving someone else something else you've earned?
Give me a second to figure out what you're asking me here.
There are no lines to read between. You're doing a mixup, which I like, but it helps nobody. I can see how one might say this if there was body language involved, but through a strictly text medium, even the most charismatic, silver-tongued person would have trouble detecting the intent of somebody through text with 100% accuracy.
I think you're doing that thing that extremists do where they try to paint you in a corner by being reductive.
>OH, SO YOU ADMIT IT
That sort of thing. You're trying to simplify it too much, and then when I defend myself, you put me in another box. This is the bane of the 4chan experience.
exams a little tough this year, eh jimboy?
It challenges how well you can remember the information.
Think of if like this, say we had all the info in the world at our fingertips and we used that to inform people.
Are we really smart or are we just reading and forgetting?
can and want are different thing. there likely more people that study that do not want to. just like most people want money but they do not want to put in the work for it. The people that enjoy what they are doing are often better at it because they put the effort in. perhaps you be happy flipping burgers for the rest of you life. some people are.
Godamn that's some fresh dumb shit right there. I mean the stench of b8 is all over it, but godamnit I'll bite this shit nugget.
So the point of getting good grades is to get a good job. Can anyone name any other benefit or outcome?
I, as an employer, want someone who understands concepts and can recall information. Someone I can teach and they will remember how to do it without wastng time and money referencing a book or cheat sheets.
More complex jobs requiring better recollection, deduction and reasoning skills and thus pay more.
These exams are basically a way for me to gauge your aptitude and usefulness and what kind of job you're suitable for. I'm not going to pay someone $65k/yr to reference a CNC manual. I need parts made.
It's not perfect, and no one ever said it was, but if you have a better idea for kids and teenagers to prove their worth, we're all waiting.
>There's not difference between studying and writing that shit on your hand or a piece of paper. I mean this seriously.
Retard spotted. His is there no difference between learning the material, and getting it into your mind, and writing it on paper then just regurgitating it into the exam paper without even understanding it? I suggest you need more practice working your telephone machine
not being used effectively =/= theft
who should pay for the roads?
where should senators get their paycheck from?
>inb4 they get paid too much and your tax dollars dont get allocated the exact way you want them waah
I'm this anon and just realized this thread has too much deeply rooted anti-government in it for me try to talk rationally here, giving up before I get called a shill or sheep.
OP didn't study for his 1st grade vocab test between "can" and "want". Honestly I'm not even sure anymore if he's even arguing what he really wants to argue; saying what he really wants to say.
But I don't know the answers before a test unless I've seen the questions and study specifically those questions. That's cheating and benefits no one.
You're confusing that with retaining a wealth of information and recalling/deducing specifically what's asked. That's a useful skill that's in demand.