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No.8218   [Reply]
Characteristics of people with antisocial personality disorder may include:

* Persistent lying or stealing
* Superficial charm
* Apparent lack of remorse or empathy; inability to care about hurting others
* Inability to keep jobs or stay in school
* Impulsivity and/or recklessness
* Lack of realistic, long-term goals — an inability or persistent failure to develop and execute long-term plans and goals
* Inability to make or keep friends, or maintain relationships such as marriage
* Poor behavioral controls — expressions of irritability, annoyance, impatience, threats, aggression, and verbal abuse; inadequate control of anger and temper
* Narcissism, elevated self-appraisal or a sense of extreme entitlement
* A persistent agitated or depressed feeling (dysphoria)
* A history of childhood conduct disorder
* Recurring difficulties with the law
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>> No.8227  
Just taking a list of some disorder and checking solely based on a seemingly random number of items doesn't mean anything.
Any human meets the criteria for at least one kind of disorder, but that doesn't mean that every single human is actually a psychosocial wreck.
>> No.8229  
>Inability to keep jobs or stay in school

NEET = Not in Education, Employment or Training.

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>> No.8264  
I'm retired, does this make me a NEET sociopath?
>> No.8275  
>>8264
Freak.
>> No.8282  
Social anxiety disorder /= antisocial personality disorder.


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8325 No.8251   [Reply]
What does this mean
>> No.8256  
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cardinality_of_the_continuum#Sets_with_cardinality%20_c
>> No.8280  
f: from the real number set to the real number set


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No.8214   [Reply]
Anyone else have real trouble writing essays? It's like I'm completely incapable of moving on to the next sentence before my previous one is perfect, so if I get stuck it can be a several day project to try and finish.
>> No.8215  
I'm the same way! Everything has to be a perfectly linear progression or it won't flow. If I were to second-guess myself, I wouldn't ever get anywhere.

I'm not so much of a perfectionist that I'll spend days on a single line, though, so I usually just type what comes to mind until it stops coming to mind and have faith in my ability to shit gold.
>> No.8216  
Writing them in plain text editors like Q10 or Notepad usually help me. There's no spell check or formatting issues to distract you, so your writing goes smoother. Also, it helps to use placeholders; if you can't think of anything, leave a small summary or note of what you plan to write and move on. Eliminating distractions by going full-screen and disconnecting your Internet helps sometimes too.


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101733 No.8184   [Reply]
Do you remember drinking breast milk as a child? Do you remember how it tastes? Do you know if there is a place to order it online?
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>> No.8193  
I remember drinking some of my sister's breast milk when she had a baby. It was kind of sweet.
>> No.8194  
>>8193
Direct from the source or did you steal a bit from a bottle in the fridge?
>> No.8195  
>>8194
From a bottle in the fridge, of course. She let me drink it.
>> No.8196  
>>8195
that is immensely erotic
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No.8167   [Reply]
Just a question, what do you americans use as a first-year calculus textbook? How about for linear algebra?
>> No.8176  
Cmon someone help me out here
>> No.8178  
It varies wildly based on professor.
>> No.8179  
MATH 231 [31] Calculus of Functions of One Variable I (3). Prerequisite, a grade of C- or higher in MATH 130 [30] or placement by the department. Limits, derivatives, and integrals of functions of one variable.

Spring 2010 @ UNC / Math 231 001 Calculus Early Trascendentals Text + Enhanced Webassign $158.00 (ISBN: 9781111086701)

MATH 110 [10] Algebra (3). Prerequisite, placement by achievement test. Provides one semester review of the basics of algebra. Basic algebraic expressions, functions, exponents, and logarithms are included with an emphasis on problem solving. The course should not be taken by those with a suitable score on the achievement test.

Spring 2010 @ UNC / Math 110 001 Math 110 Custom Publication Corrected Printing $57.86 (ISBN: 9780757538070) / My Math Coach: College Algebra $82.14 (ISBN: 9780757547065).

I only listed the required texts and not the optional ones. If those aren't the courses you are looking for, check here: http://summer.unc.edu/courseofferings/document.2005-12-12.8260941258/

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>> No.8180  
>>8179
Ah, I forgot the first bit of my comment when I was formatting. >>8178 is right. It's the professor that chooses that text used so it's highly dependent on them.
>> No.8181  
I used Stewart's Early Transcendentals text for Calc 1, 2, 3, and I'm using Lay's Linear Algebra and Its Applications for linear algebra this semester.
Stewart's book was good, very helpful in Calc 2 (the hardest math course I have yet to take). Lay's book doesn't really impress me, but it's not like I really have to even read it beyond doing a few exercises since linear algebra is the easiest math course since algebraic structures.

I find that having the solutions manual is very helpful for textbooks in general, just as an aside.
Really, if your teacher is any good, all you'll be using the text for is a quick reference and a bank of practice problems.


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>> No.7961  
>>2

There are a few in there.
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Oh shi-
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Beatrice
>> No.14619  
test


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>> No.8154  
>>8147
Eh? The only thing Lucky Star-related is his wallpaper on one monitor. Why not ask how can anyone like Gurren Lagann and Shana so much seeing as they both have two items in the image.

And the answer to those questions would be because they do. Do you always ask such silly questions?
>> No.8156  
Hes actually a half-way decent dude with red hair. Mostly they end up as pale squinting lardasses.
>> No.8159  
>>8156
*looking
>> No.8183  
>>8156
Are you trying to say that he isn't a pale squinting lardass?
>> No.8204  
>>8183
I don't know what the guy looks like in real life, but that guy in the photo dones't look like a lardass to me. I would say he looks like he's in the early stages of bulking. That layer of fat is what sustains the growth of muscle underneath


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103224 No.8122   [Reply]
New Aya's design. Are there already fanarts of her like this ?
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>> No.8136  
DOUBLE BUN
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>>8136
Double pun.

Double Spoiler
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22295 No.8071   [Reply]
-Aw yeah banged some bitch at that kegger last night
-Smart people are dumb
-Survivor and American Idol are the best TV shows ever
-What's a book? Oh, you mean a magazine
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lol losers jacking off to cartoons
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awwwright muckers!
>> No.8085  
>>8073
You just won this thread.
>> No.8112  
I don't get this place. Where do I sign in? How do you know who else in online? I can't even find where the friends list. How do I change my profile picture?
>> No.8138  
http://www.animevice.com/news/did-you-know-its-otaku-week-yeah-me-neither/240/

I found this weird shit on tv, and so I decided its actually p cool.


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