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December 16th, 2013, 2:43 pm

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Unamused counselor is unamused.
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Reply Leafy Savanna Chan, December 16th, 2013, 2:50 pm

Gov/Econ is an important class. Actually, I took it as a sophomore, but this was my attitude concerning US History this year. Gotta take both at some point to graduate. :)
(They're both easy classes haha.)
Astronomy is a jab at my friends' misfortune~~ Those poor dearies.

I'm bored of exposition, let Robert show up already!!
Note to self about future chapters: waiting takes too long.

(I'm so mad about not getting a free period. That's like the senior thing to do at my school. I have to take another language course next semester so that's not a possibility. :/)

(Also today was a good day except I'm kinda sick. Note to self: don't eat a whole box of Lifesaver Gummies within an hour of eating three pieces of pizza.)

(I've been in a very ironically happy mood lately and that makes me want to rant about my life. I'm sorry, I'm not sorry.)

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Reply Leafy Savanna Chan, December 16th, 2013, 5:14 pm

@BakaShinagami: I'm pretty sure most of the important characters, besides Robert's parents, will show up by chapter 3. :D
Kyle's an interesting one to write. I like writing him but sometimes I have to pull him back a bit.

Whaaaat, really? Did you end up passing anyway? I hope so, since it was a school-made error. o_o

My other comic? You mean Law of Syllogism?
Pfft, I'm glad you like it, I guess. That was written years ago. XD'

Reply Leafy Savanna Chan, December 16th, 2013, 5:15 pm

@Loner girl: Ah, I'm glad you feel that way! I always feel like I'm going a bit overboard with my commentary. ^^" Thanks!

Reply Leafy Savanna Chan, December 16th, 2013, 9:26 pm

@Quadrant: Government/Economics. Sorry, I meant to make that clear in the description. ^^"

For most schools it's fairly unlikely just because they want students to take as many courses as possible. *shrug* One of my friends could've graduated last year but stayed another year and dropped a semester of classes. It really just depends.
12am...? Do you maybe mean 12 noon? o_o" Because that doesn't sound like free time... (Is university that different from high school??)
Astronomy is basically a joke class for people who don't want to deal with a lab science but have been "strongly encouraged" to take any sort of science "because colleges like that". So yeah, pretty pointless. I've never taken Physics so I'm not sure whether it gets touched on in that class or not. :/

I wouldn't call him a slacker, it's just that Astronomy is useless and if he needed any other class he would've asked for it, but hey, free period. :D

Well, technically school hasn't started yet...~

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Reply Loner girl, December 16th, 2013, 2:58 pm

@Leafy Savanna Chan: I love your comic and can't wait to read more but I would also like to say I love the comments you leave. you my dearly leave wonderful comments. p.s it okay about the whole late thing

Reply BakaShinagami, December 16th, 2013, 4:41 pm

RANT I like where this story is going so far. I can't wait to see what other characters you incorporate into this story... he seems so troubled, but yet lols over a free period :)
Econ and Govn't were mandatory at my school too, but they botched my records my sophmore year and I never ended up taking Econ... pfft
That's the public school system for ya
Oh! I also love your other comic :)

Reply Uinn, December 16th, 2013, 5:18 pm

Phone taken away in 3, 2, 1...

Reply Quadrant, December 16th, 2013, 8:09 pm

Gov/Econ? No idea what the UK equiv is. Sounds like it might be economics of some sort. Something like Citizenship/Personal Social Education?

Compulsory education never gave any free periods at my school. We had 45 minutes lunch, and 15 minute break in the morning. That's about it, school days were 9-3.

Further education though, during Sixth Form, we had a choice of up to four subjects which we wanted to take. I picked three, dropped the fourth because of poor teaching. Ended up with good free time. Finished at 12am on two days.

Wonder what subjects they have there though. We didn't have astronomy, though unless you want to become an astronomer or do it as a hobby it sounds like a pointless subject anyway. Surely that would be caught by the Physics module in Science though?

Sounds like the average school slacker, though unless there is a very useful subject that would fill that period, I'd take the early day as well.

Blatant use of phone in front of teachers, that's just bound to have it taken away. XD

Reply Lirilei, December 16th, 2013, 10:27 pm

@Quadrant: Government & Economics

In general:
Had to take those my senior year. Only time available at my school, one semester each. Of course my school switched from semesters to trimesters, so I had a whole free trimester minus my government class because I couldn't get into it sooner. Nothing like taking nothing but easy classes to fill time. I had like 100 credits too many come June. Hah!

Reply snow crystal, December 17th, 2013, 1:36 am

That sounds nice :D And yeah, I guess Gabi will be jealous...

Also: Reading that ranting about your life is very entertaining :D Best thing about is that you're sorry that you're not sorry... :D :D :D

Reply Quadrant, December 17th, 2013, 7:44 am

@Leafy Savanna Chan: I meant noon. Remind me not to type on my phone, late at night when I can't pay full attention XD

Well, high school to us would just be secondary school. That is compulsory education, at finished at the age of 16 when I was there. The compulsory age has since rose to 18. That covered your more fundamental qualifications, including English and Maths which are pretty much a base requirement for nearly any respectable job.

Then we had Sixth Form/College, which is different from your college. Two years, of further study. It's meant to be more of a foundation course into a more specific subject area you want to go towards. For me, that covered between the ages of 16 and 18. I'm not sure what the year is now, but I'm assuming it's 18-20. You pick up to four specific subject areas to be taught. Because of timings, one subjects classes would've been taught at a different timetable to the same subject for someone else. Tried to make room to accommodate for other subjects normally.

Your college would be the equivalent of our university. I didn't take the offer to go to university (since I didn't think it worth it at the time). You pick a degree and study towards that. Some courses at some universities will offer a minor to it. You would have something like "Business Management", then you'd have a "Business Management with Computing".

Reply BakaShinagami, December 19th, 2013, 11:12 am

@Leafy Savanna Chan: They passed me heh
They didn't realize until my week of graduation, but my dad got onto them and I received no other problems haha yes!!!
I didn't think the other comic was bad Everyone starts somewhere

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