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  dmua12  |  1

Well Antarctica does have layers of ice and surrounded by ice that are rapidly melting so technically in a sense, she is correct. Although it is not completely melted.

  wolfshadow  |  4

112, there is hope for some of us. I am a senior and I turned 17 in early November (ignore my profile people), and my school is terrible. The teachers are good, but the students, especially the freshmen this year, are just horrific people. A portion of the senior class this year, who have the AP classes are great people, but the other third, maybe half, are just... Disturbingly unmotivated.. To put it nicely.

By  ICastillo  |  24

Hmm yet another reason why people are doubting the younger generation. You guys just keep doing it to yourselves. Everyone gets tired of hearing about it, but they keep fueling the fire.

  lilhellian  |  26

We were all like this at one point. As time goes on we see the new generation come and go. We watch from the infant hood as they mature and become bright leaders. Every generation has it quirks and pros. Those whom you assume never grow up, will often come to surprise you. These idiots could become smart or simply become your standard corner worker. Sorry I had a wierd moment. Try to read that in a philisophical voice and manner.

  tsent8  |  15

^^^^^ I've kinda put some thought into that myself and what I've come up with is that every generation is just as bad as the last we are just developing new ways to make outsells LOOK even worse.

  winfieldALJD  |  6

Yes and no. We are developing ways to make ourselves look worse if we don't use them. Like how plenty of people have the world's largest collection of information and data ever assembled in the history of man right at their fingertips, yet they fail to learn anything. Instead, they go on entertainment websites and post saddening stories of their life...which hey, are really fun to read.

  TheDrifter  |  23

The difference now is that so many kids are absorbing what they're told to think, but never doing any actual thinking of their own. I had the "joy"of listening to a bunch of teens discussing how the ocean was going to rise a hundred meters in the next decade because of "one percenters and their cars".

  DocBastard  |  38

Mintfresh - "Stupider" is an actual, real, grammatically-correct word even if it sounds a bit odd to you (and most of the other commenters here). If you don't believe me, look it up in a dictionary. Or you can do what kids today do - type it into your iPhone and see that there is no squiggly red line under it.

  mintfresh7  |  9

I was taught that anything with more than one syllable needed to have "more" in front of it to form the superlative

#111, Can you please check what the average is for 2, 50, 46, 65? Is it close to the middle?

  pradip  |  26

164.. In 146 I was referring to 107; I understand I made a mistake somewhere, but honestly I'm sorry I don't understand what u guys are trying to say. May be its some culture gap or something.