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Dammit, I've been taking pills for depression and panic disorder for 3 weeks and they do fuck nothing! I miss not feeling like shit constantly and not having panic attacks whenever I have to go to class, and I'm thinking about death again on top of that. They'll ship me right back to that clinic as soon as I tell them that.

IF I tell them, that is. I could do the responsible thing, but that place sucked demon cock last time I went there and just left me worse off. I only got out because they mentioned the possibility of going home, my mood shot up, and I thought I was better. Fucking hell.

 

Hey dude, look how far you've made it. Although feeling this way sucks, going along this far means you got alot of mental resilience. I know how the panic attacks feel, they happened to me last year everyday in Math class. Sweaty palms, horrible thoughts, you basically either feel like death itself. Honestly, I dont think the clinic is right for you either. It seems to have a bad feel inside of it. Better to hang out with people who are healthy, and who understand you rather than go there.

 

As for the pills, they may take a while with certain people. What dosage/medication are you taking?

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to be honest, the past couple of months ive spent here with my friends on Nom has really shaped my life in many ways. If I would have never met you guys, I wouldn't be the crazy, sleep-deprived, anime-loving, pedophile you all know and love?. ^_^

Heck, I consider some people here as better friends than most of the people I know in "real" life.

 

<3 U, you dirty bastard ^.^

people need to stop hitting on me

oh god

this is getting awkward

it isn't flattering, it doesnt make me feel good, it's just goddamn creepy

 

please stoooop sob sob

 

Hey there - can I be your love muffin?

 

No wait..... :P

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I've been having a problem with guys crushing on me too. OTL

 

I never really even considered the fact that a guy would like me. It seemed kinda foreign to me. (I've had a number of guys tell me they liked me since I joined nom, but I guess the fact that it was over the internet kind of made it less of a shocker. Crap guys, I'm not into that whole dating thing! D:)

 

About a month back this kid in my English class sends one of his buds to tell me he likes me. Woah shit, I hardly know the kid. I figured I'd just kick the whole thing to the side and act on it when the kid has the guts to tell me himself. He DID manage to brave up and tell me while I was waiting for my bus, but he walked off and skipped onto his bus. (I got a few giggles when I realized I could see his seat on the bus from my bus and watch his friend harass him.)

 

I started getting a little more conscious about how guys (and some girls) acted around me. I noticed how a lot more guys I hardly know are starting to try and strike up conversations with me, and they're all acting a bit goofier than they usually do.

 

Here's the problem: I don't know if it's because they like me, or if it's because I'm just being cautious because one kid spilled the beans about it.

 

How do I tell if they like me? It's pretty flattering to know that there are guys that actually like me, but I'm not interested! @-@

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How do I tell if they like me?

You reach into their chest, rip out their heart, cut it in half, and count the rings. If it's an even number, they like you. If odd, they want to be like Batman. Make sure to put it back when they're done though. They get pissy if you don't return it.

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Today's the third time I was notified that my class was cancelled just as I was about to board the goddamn train. Seriously now, what the hell? Damn lecturers seriously need to get their schedules right before talking about some random last-minute revision classes... and end up cancelling it. <_<

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Today's the third time I was notified that my class was cancelled just as I was about to board the goddamn train. Seriously now, what the hell? Damn lecturers seriously need to get their schedules right before talking about some random last-minute revision classes... and end up cancelling it. <_<

 

I know what you mean. I slaved myself to get in by 9 o'clock in the morning twice last week, only to find both had been canceled. =[

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Today's the third time I was notified that my class was cancelled just as I was about to board the goddamn train. Seriously now, what the hell? Damn lecturers seriously need to get their schedules right before talking about some random last-minute revision classes... and end up cancelling it. <_<

 

I know what you mean. I slaved myself to get in by 9 o'clock in the morning twice last week, only to find both had been canceled. =[

 

 

Time to be asking for a refund of some sort..

 

I HATE that university costs as much as it does, and the professors can / do just cancel class any time they don't feel like holding class, yet you still pay for the class...

 

It's getting out of hand.

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My lecturer's just had a baby so we're missing out on two projects because he can't be around to help us

 

It's okay though because it doesnt effect grades, just means more delicious free time.

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I wish I had moist and delicious free time like you Arty.

My midterm is approaching, and I definitely don't feel ready for it yet. I understand the concepts, but the vast variation of problems are going to make my Applied Calculus II midterm a living nightmare. I got the use of integration for area and volumes (revolution around an axis), but I also have to use integrals to determine work, fluid pressure and center of mass, and it's only going to get ugly.

 

I doubt I'm gonna have time to get a mic and play some TF2. As for now, I'm just waiting for my Computer Science class to start.

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I wish I had moist and delicious free time like you Arty.

My midterm is approaching, and I definitely don't feel ready for it yet. I understand the concepts, but the vast variation of problems are going to make my Applied Calculus II midterm a living nightmare. I got the use of integration for area and volumes (revolution around an axis), but I also have to use integrals to determine work, fluid pressure and center of mass, and it's only going to get ugly.

 

I doubt I'm gonna have time to get a mic and play some TF2. As for now, I'm just waiting for my Computer Science class to start.

 

Mmm . . calculus is easy at the fundamentals, but application of it does make for some weird & wonderful maths. I'm currently learning the finer points & delights of "Vector Calculus" (area of a blob in 3D space & "gradient of the perimeter of that blob" ;D . . . . T-T) and of "Signals & Systems":

Lp= [ S [f(t)]p dt ]1/p

 

Also, I remember "rotating around and axis"!

Gosh, that takes me back to my school days, just multiply the integral by "pi r squared". . . . [/feels-like-an-old-man-now]

But yeah, you'll get used to it eventually, especially with practice. Something I need to do more of myself . . .

(Related: Apparently the only copy of the recommended reading for Power Engineering is currently being borrowed by the lecturer himself XD )

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I wish I had moist and delicious free time like you Arty.

My midterm is approaching, and I definitely don't feel ready for it yet. I understand the concepts, but the vast variation of problems are going to make my Applied Calculus II midterm a living nightmare. I got the use of integration for area and volumes (revolution around an axis), but I also have to use integrals to determine work, fluid pressure and center of mass, and it's only going to get ugly.

 

I doubt I'm gonna have time to get a mic and play some TF2. As for now, I'm just waiting for my Computer Science class to start.

 

Mmm . . calculus is easy at the fundamentals, but application of it does make for some weird & wonderful maths. I'm currently learning the finer points & delights of "Vector Calculus" (area of a blob in 3D space & "gradient of the perimeter of that blob" ;D . . . . T-T) and of "Signals & Systems":

Lp= [ S [f(t)]p dt ]1/p

 

Also, I remember "rotating around and axis"!

Gosh, that takes me back to my school days, just multiply the integral by "pi r squared". . . . [/feels-like-an-old-man-now]

But yeah, you'll get used to it eventually, especially with practice. Something I need to do more of myself . . .

(Related: Apparently the only copy of the recommended reading for Power Engineering is currently being borrowed by the lecturer himself XD )

 

Ah, so are you an engineer yourself, or on your final year or something?

Well, I understand the concept easy, but another thing that runs me over is the algebra involved. Say you got an area between 3 functions: xy = e, y = x^2, y = 2. Well, that's fine, but how am I supposed to find that intercept at xy = e and y = x^2 fast enough? I do understand that the questions on the test shouldn't be too hard since its timed, but oh god, I worry. And I'm not the best at getting questions done super fast.

 

Also....I HATE PHYSICS LABS, FUUUUUUUUUUUUUU!

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Apparently, my school board has decided that next year, Friday's will be extended to a regular bell schedule.

Weee.

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This is like, srsly old news, but damn.

 

They just HAD to stop selling soda at my school this year. They even had to replace the Powerade with Powerade Zero. FFFFFFFFFFFFF-. Hell, I think they've even reduced the amount of lunch we get.

 

Friggin' obesity has become a crime. It's not like a can o' Coke is gonna do much in the first place. >:C

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This is like, srsly old news, but damn.

 

They just HAD to stop selling soda at my school this year. They even had to replace the Powerade with Powerade Zero. FFFFFFFFFFFFF-. Hell, I think they've even reduced the amount of lunch we get.

 

Friggin' obesity has become a crime. It's not like a can o' Coke is gonna do much in the first place. >:C

 

Not like Powerade is any better. These "sports drinks" are basically sugar water that has the most unnatural taste in the world.

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Citizens, I got a new invention that will blow your mind.

Its called.....regular water! All you do is get it from a tap and you're set!

If they're going to take away your soft drinks, you might as well just drink plain old water.

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More Stuff

 

Even more Stuff

 

Oh-hoooo, I worded that very badly! :s

I'm a first-year Electrical Engineering Student at Swansea University. (It's the closest in the world to a beach. It beats California University by a few meters, though apparently this made them rage, so they're planning on buying a bit of beach, and building a hut on it so they can claim the title. XD )

 

About that problem:

 

[1] xy = e
[2] y = x^2
[3] y = 2

y = e/x
When [1] & [2] intersect, 
 e/x = x^2
 e = x^3
 x = e^(1/3) = 1.395 612
 y = (e^(1/3))^2 = e^(2/3) = 1.947 734
,', (1.4,1.9) is the point where [1] & [2] intersect.

The gradient of [1] when [1] & [2] intersect is:
 y = e(x^-1)
 dy/dx = -e(x^-2)
When x = e^(1/3),
 dy/dx = -1e/((e^1/3)^2) = -1e/e^(2/3) = -1e.e^(-2/3) = -e^(1/3) = -1.395 612

And the same technique for the gradient of [2] (the gradient of [3] is y=0, but you should know that ;p ).
I've made a large error somewhere there, but it's 3 in the morning here, so I'm sure you'll forgive me. <img src='http://forums.nom-nom-nom.us/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/wink.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' />
EDIT: Fixed, I think.

 

 

Fizzy drinks rage.

 

Soda erodes your teeth, gives you cavities, makes you need the loo a lot, has very little nutritional value, and the list goes on. Find something cheap and good to drink, like water. Try it, you'll feel much better.

One CAN live off junk food, but if you go for a whole week looking after your health, you'll see it's better not to.

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Oh-hoooo, I worded that very badly! :s

I'm a first-year Electrical Engineering Student at Swansea University. (It's the closest in the world to a beach. It beats California University by a few meters, though apparently this made them rage, so they're planning on buying a bit of beach, and building a hut on it so they can claim the title. XD )

 

About that problem:

 

[1] xy = e
[2] y = x^2
[3] y = 2

y = e/x
When [1] & [2] intersect, 
 e/x = x^2
 e = x^3
 x = e^(1/3) = 1.395 612
 y = (e^(1/3))^2 = e^(2/3) = 1.947 734
,', (1.4,1.9) is the point where [1] & [2] intersect.

The gradient of [1] when [1] & [2] intersect is:
 y = e(x^-1)
 dy/dx = -e(x^-2)
When x = e^(1/3),
 dy/dx = -1e/((e^1/3)^2) = -1e/e^(2/3) = -1e^(5/2) = -12.182 494

And the same technique for the gradient of [2] (the gradient of [3] is y=0, but you should know that ;p ).
I've made a large error somewhere there, but it's 3 in the morning here, so I'm sure you'll forgive me. <img src='http://forums.nom-nom-nom.us/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/wink.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' />

 

Ah, I forgot the mention one crucial thing, I can't use calculators at all. It'll probably be easy to figure out in a way on the test, but yeah, we're excepted to solve problems without decimals or anything, only factions and rationals...and its a bit annoying when you have to plug in the value e into your expressions.

 

Also, congratulations on getting into the facility of Electrical Engineering! I'm going to head into Computer Engineering myself. It's going to be a fun 5 years.

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Water? But that... it has no taste! ;_;

 

I could care less about my health. moarsodapls

 

What?

Water is delicious!

Especially after not drinking any for a while.

 

Unless . . . Do you live in a hard-water region?

If you do, move. There's no other option.

Screw school, funds, friends (even family), if you live in a hard-water region, just leave and try to live in a soft-water zone, it's more important.

 

 

More stuf- wait, I've done this backwards.

 

Stuff

 

Yeah, I just added the decimals because I could. I can do that stuff in my sleep (I nearly was O_o ), just practice, and pray you won't have a lecturer like mine for the maths of Signals.

(btw, What discipline are you? Mechanical? Aerospace? Computer Science?)

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Water is delicious!

 

 

WHAT IS THIS I DON'T EVEN

 

And no. I don't live in a hard-water region. :>

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Yeah, I just added the decimals because I could. I can do that stuff in my sleep (I nearly was O_o ), just practice, and pray you won't have a lecturer like mine for the maths of Signals.

(btw, What discipline are you? Mechanical? Aerospace? Computer Science?)

 

Uh, I'm not in any particular branch yet, I've JUST started with the basics in Engineering, so I'm just in my very first year of university. I plan to go into Computer Engineering, because I figure I'd probably quit and find something else to do if I went into anything else.

 

How'd you get so good at math though...are you like a natural genius or something?

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