It would have been better, except for Math, math sucks.
I'm happy now.
I don't suppose anybody else gives a darn, but I just had to announce this to the world. Or the country at least.
I might be, I still might go to college here in Vancouver, I have to decide whether to risk moving out on my own, it's a big, scary step.
I was over there a few months ago, went touristing got a look at the UVic campus. I liked it a lot, the city, and the campus are more compact then Vancouver and the UBC campus
I think maybe you mean, you guys suck at math.
Silly people. Math is fascinating!
Right on, and it's very useful too. A good part of my professional life has been based on my understanding and use of it. Fast Fourier transforms, digital filtering and signal processing, contouring and mapping software... All made possible by mathematics.
I wonder, for instance, how many people understand that every electrical and electronic device that makes their lives easier and more interesting is made possible by the insights into the nature of the electromagnetic field provided by Maxwell's equations, which incidentally were also the very first unified field theory.
It's one thing, and quite understandable, to not have a talent for math, it's quite another to use that as a reason to scorn it. So I'm a little sensitive about comments like "math sucks," and was frankly surprised to see such a remark from Reverend Blair. Rev, you seem to have a good general understanding of matters scientific, judging from your comments about evolution I've seen; I'd expect a remark like that from scientific illiterates, not from you.
... the tendency of many math teachers to lack the ability to understand our inability to understand what the hell they are talking about...The result is that, for us, math sucks.
You realize, though, that you've implicitly agreed the real problem is that you suck at math?