Everyone who says life is good should be shot.
In my experience, I find people who say "life is good" and make comments like yours are usually underachievers in a bird-program who relax all day and freeload off their parent's wealth.
Life is good. =)
OP here, I guess ECE is a bird program. @The above 2... SMH.
Eng in Uni is too EZ, life is good
Agree with 1.
Ignorance is bliss.
QUANTUM QUANTUM QUANTUM
^Until you get to grad level quantum studies, then 'life is bad'
Summer on Smash. Life is Good
It is in students' natures to whine.
@1 & 2Okay awesome, I'm gonna go on believing life is good while you guys get all bothered and bitter from my naivety.Congrats, you win.
^ Nothing wrong with being happy as long as it is for the right reasons.
@2: Why does that matter? Pol Pot could say that life is good, but if his reasoning is sound, who cares who says it? I'm sure Feynman has said something stupid at some point in his life, why does it matter what habits people have if the reasoning behind their points is sound?
With Quantum Mechanics, life is always good
I hate summer
Too fucking hot. Holy shit. My dick is sticking to my leg and the sweat from my back is dripping to my ass. I have had to change my shorts more than I usually have because the sweat mixes with fecal material that I couldn't get at that comes out when I fart. Then I have to get up and walk around which just warms up this sweat/shit mixture then sit down and it just doesn't feel right.
2 is bitter because he/she isn't smart enough to be in a tough program and still have a good life.If the schoolwork is too hard for you to enjoy life, working is going to be just as bad. You should find something you can do comfortably without taking over your life.
Yeah AFMers. You guys get rustled so easily.
LOL @ 19. Smart enough? Yeah the courses offered at UW are so challenging. It isn't about smarts, it's about work ethic and time management. Unfortunately you don't know this and are quite delusional to be patronizing another on their intelligence.
@21 I have a more empirical sense of intelligence. To me, if you're "intelligent" but lack things like work ethic, time management, etc., then you're not smart, because it will never show in your work.So many of my moron friends think they're the smartest, and they attribute their failures to things like laziness. All the world sees is a university dropout.
not enough people getting laid clearly, also dont let your degree define you too much, that is all