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By Anonymous / Monday 2 July 2012 07:23 /
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  alicexo_fml  |  8

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  Baustigt  |  40

23 - excuse me while I plant my formal shoe up your ass. There's nothing wrong with it, of course, because right and wrong were just made up by religious people, so you have no right to complain.

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  xcarxcrashx  |  9

23 how about this, when you cheat you don't learn anything.. I cheated my way through the last three year of high school and had a blast in school since I had nothing but free time. Then I flunked out of community college and I work my ass off at a grocery store. Yeah I kinda wished I studied a little more.

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  Meettitan  |  14

73- that has nothing to do with cheating, and more your mental abilities. I'm not trying to be rude or 1 up you, but I cheated and slept through high school but, I always knew what they were talking about. Teachers would always wake me up to ask me a question knowing I'd be wrong, and then I'd get it right. Man that pisses teachers off.

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  robinhood007  |  9

Hey 23. Just wanted to ask, since you just said they're all "guilty" of something probably worse doesn't that mean you do the same thing of judging between right and wrong? I'm not religious and yet I still have morals. It's knowing right from wrong, not what your god/s want or don't want from you. I know many atheists who are overall better people when it comes to morals that a lot of religious folk. People like you just say stuff like that to try and make a reason and excuse to act out.

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The only thing I can really think to say about 23 is that his significant other (if he ever has one) will be in for one terrible relationship. "Cheating is ok if you don't get caught" can be interpreted in more than one way. And besides, if he's confronted, he has a perfectly illogical argument to cower behind! "Don't worry honey, you don't really feel bad. You just THINK you do!" What a tool.

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  simonsaysYDI  |  8

I second 137. Some students actually want to LEARN the things they're planning on using in their careers. Cheating is just shooting yourself in the foot. And OP, thanks, you're the reason I can't take a piss during my finals.

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  pokefan813  |  16

I didn't study for the final exam and I got a 77. I studied my ass off the night before the physics regents and I got an 85 on the test... It helps to study...

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  Wafflestomper  |  21

A failing grade earned by honest means is better than an A+ obtained by cheating....and the ever looming possibility of being thrown out of school. Even after you have graduated, if the university ever finds out you cheated, they can revoke your degree. I think. I actually skipped down to "I can't even cheat right" and instantly clicked YDI.

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  mango260  |  9

Wow that's really strict, my professorss don't care. They don't even care if you cheat right in front of them. A student in the second row was cheating with his cell phone and using a text book I pointed it out and my professor just shrugged it off... I really thought it was unfair since it's not an open book test and celll phones are not allowed visibly. Since that day forward many students started that trend... I'm just an honest person and I know karma would get me if I did that!

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  MidnaLink  |  29

139 of course everyone has cheated sometime in their life, but most times people are younger when they choose to do so. The OP is old enough to realize what she is doing is wrong, and I'm simply calling her out on it. Plain and simple.

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144- Oh my goodness...How many times does it need to be stated that not EVERYONE cheats in school! Honestly, I've never cheated a day in my life. Know why? Because it's wrong. And I get grades I deserve. I do well in school without cheating. It's possible.

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  rotflqtms_  |  7

144, not true. I always disliked the people in my classes who cheated, and never helped them when they decided to cheat. Why would I help them cheat when I spent hours studying for a test and they didn't? It just doesn't seem fair for them to get the same grade I got when they didn't earn it...and there may be a curve, and because people cheat, MY grade suffers. If a professor/teacher suspects someone of cheating, both tests get zeros. So no, I never cheated, and I never helped others when they decided to cheat either. I was raised to be honest, and I never needed to cheat since I always got good grades. (Not perfect, as no one is perfect, but school/college just seemed easy to me because I read the books.) I EARN my good grades, and if I don't study, that's MY fault, and I would deserve the poor grade I'd get. Don't just assume that everyone is like you... Just because your moral compass is...well...slightly...off doesn't mean that everyone else also has a broken moral compass. And I said I disliked the people in MY class who cheated, not that I dislike people who cheat... That would be unfair of me.

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  rotflqtms_  |  7

I posted a comment in response to 111, but while posting it, my app closed, so I wrote it again, but wrote the wrong number... I then read your comment and thought that I Misread & misunderstood your comment & posted that... then I realized that I was just replying to the wrong number... Yeah, confused...

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  rotflqtms_  |  7

in this app, even when I am responding to a reply, it shows the original commenter's comment, not the person's post I swiped and used to click reply... (That confused even me...so here goes) Someone posts comment & a person replies to it. If I want to write a response to the person who replied, It should show their comment, but my app doesn't... it shows the original commenter's comment, and I don't get to see the comment I'm actuallyresponding to while I type mine...

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  BradTheBrony  |  19

107 OH OW MY FUCKING FEELINGS. Please, gimme a break. Stop caring what I watch. I don't go onto fetish porn and say OHMYGOD U GUIZE WATCH TIZ EWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!

By  ucoolgirl31  |  20

Considering the fact that you had known prior to the exam that you weren't sure of some of the material, why didn't you study those specific things more..?? Anyways that's Karma...

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  sinkmyanchor  |  0

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  Wiibii  |  4

Yes it's an aspect of religion, the Hindu religion, which states karma only effects you in your next life, so no it can't be whatever you want it to be.

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  robinhood007  |  9

89 - yes it can be and I'm sticking to that. I understand what the Hindus believe but other people believe in karma as well just not exactly as Hindus do. Religion isn't a box and everything one believes has to fit exactly into that box or it's wrong. It's relative to ones other beliefs. For example, a Christian can have a belief in some form of karma but of course they won't believe it in effecting them In their next life.

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  owo_fml  |  9

Alright, I'm confused. How can a Christian rightfully believe that karma exists if they believe their sins will be wiped from them when they did and go to heaven? A faith-based religion seems not to work in that aspect.

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  robinhood007  |  9

It's actually my major and I know exactly what I am talking about. And I know it can't be proven and if you saw, I even said karma can be whatever we want it to be because it can't be proven. And yet again, I said some form of karma, NOT how Hindus believe in it. If you are going to try and argue some point or disagree with me, at least make sure it makes sense first...

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  robinhood007  |  9

And again. Christians can believe in a form of karma that differs from Hindus view of karma that affects them in this life because once they die they are judged by God and that's that. I don't think they should use the word karma but it's said, so just read between the lines and don't yet again make everything fit into a box because that's not the only way to follow a religion.

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