By Byepax - / Friday 6 March 2015 14:20 / United States - San Francisco
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  Rawrshi  |  25

There is actually a learning disability called dyscalculia. Much like dyslexia makes reading hard, dyscalculia makes learning math very difficult. It may or may not be OP's fault when it comes to math (and depending on their other subjects maybe not those either).

  Heteroscodra  |  8

I have dyscalculia, can't even write down a phone number without messing up the order. People have to tell me numbers one by one, or i mix them up, and even then it's not guaranteed I get it right :')


I will say I get terrible test anxiety, mostly in math. I would forget everything when I saw the test yet in class I would answer most of his questions. However, I went down to the college wellness center and with time it got better. It does suck that OP failed, but the could've tried to take more initiative if they actually had a problem.

  NoMapToBuy  |  14

If he failed one class that would be less his fault as it happens sometimes and just shows what we need to work harder in, or could be that one teacher everyone gets but to fail three? I think he just doesn't care about his education, if he did care he would understand that consequence and catchup are necessary.

  flufee2  |  26

If you're failing you have a chance to bring ur mark up. If you've failed that means you didnt earn the credits.. It doesnt mean the same thing at all u fuck

  cassie6613  |  3

94 maybe op failed at the midway mark. meaning yes they are FAILING so they can bring up the grade before the report card. or perhaps they failed the report card so yes they FAILED and that's the end for them. don't know the situation anymore than the rest of us so stop being an ass.

  Retaheki  |  27

#135, OP never uttered "failed," he only said failing. That makes me think he can bring his grade up. I don't think he failed any marking period. And he's in the US, for me, the last MP started Feb 1st, and isn't closing soon.

  garrett_8614  |  14

He is "failing" which means he has a chance to bring his grade up, which is exactly why he needs to be home studying and not at some convention. Parenting done right.


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Not to mention the fuel it takes just to get there, find a parking space (if no attendants), plus buying all kinds of cool stuff from the booths… You can blow almost a thousand if you're not careful.


She bought the ticket. Her friends may be going but, she spent forty-two dollars on each friend. Are they expected to pay back now. She payed for them why should she be repaid. She most likely offered otherwise she need to find new friends who don't mooch of her.


i wouldn't know if i am bit i do know that when it comes to conventions I'm one of the best people to be with. I'm an old school gamer (which for those of you who don't know means that I'm more into legend of Zelda, Mario, sonic, Pokémon, and all the older games from the time of the NES and super Nintendo rather than the crap they put out now like cod and Halo) so i know what I'm talking about when it comes to con prices

  Frammy007  |  7

#81 - or OP ordered the passes on one bill to cut down on service charges and for simplicities sake (that way they are all guaranteed to get a pass, instead of one person missing it by a few minutes). Just because they all put their passes on one bill doesn't mean they won't pay their friend back. If that's how your friends do it then you need to find some new friends.

By  Misoranomegami  |  16

Just be a good friend and still let them have their tickets and if you can the third too. it's not their fault you're failing. But in the long run school is considerably more important than a convention.

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