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I'm sure your boyfriend will love to go with you. 

Hey thePoster_chil d_for the mentally_Inept,

Does anyone ever take you serious? 

General Education / Re: Wish me luck!
« on: April 10, 2016, 11:26:26 AM »
In my youth, I found it difficult to read James Joyce's stream of consciousness at times.  Although, his literature was by far more extravagant and colourful than you're ranting and raving and just plain lunacy.  I can't sit here and read 30+ lines of your short/choppy BS that leads to nowhere.  The only thing that makes any sense, since I noticed that others just "ignore" your threads anyway is your unsurprising decision to back out. 

I would hate to expose you for the fraud you are. 

General Education / Re: Wish me luck!
« on: April 06, 2016, 09:36:24 PM »
well, I didn't read anything you wrote.  Doesn't look like anything "significant".  My guess, it took you a couple of days, to think up, "sticks and stones" but what do I know?  I didn't take a CLEP exam, right?!  B/c we all know how important it is to bypass or test out of a non-accredited course that doesn't count towards graduation (undergrad, to be exact). 

A college freshman wants to go toe-to-toe with a me.  I'm quaking in my boots.   :idiot2:

General Education / Re: Wish me luck!
« on: April 04, 2016, 03:20:19 PM »


Wow.  I'm speechless.  "Why don't I take it right now?"  Your field?  You've taken Linear Algebra?  So...if I asked you to solve a 5 by 6 system of equation via Gaussian Elimination, you'd know what you were doing?   :idiot2: :2funny: O0

I'm not validating myself, although, I'm having a blast reading some of your ranting and raving and lunacy.  A Clep exam on College Algebra?!  Lol!  *sigh*  hehehe.  A college freshman wants to go toe-to-toe with a Rank Civil Engineer?

General Education / Re: Wish me luck!
« on: March 28, 2016, 06:04:18 PM »

Let me think...I was a "school teacher" (Highschool Math teacher to be exact, I taught AP Calculus and traditional ALGEBRA and I was a tutor) and presently, I'm a practicing Engineer.  There's no such thing as Calc 4 unless, that remedial program you're in has a 4 year track.  Diffy Q however was by far, way easier than Calc 3 (although I do admit double and triple integrals were a little tricky to grasp).  I doubt you'll ever take Engineering Statistics/Probability, Advanced Geometry, Numerical, Laplace and Fourier Analysis; to say nothing about Linear Algebra. 

I would chances of success on a "CLEP Exam" (even at my age) would way exceed yours; especially since a lot of it, I kind of still use.  Oh by the way, I tested out of "College Algebra" and you don't need a good "CLEP Exam" score to do so.  You might get 4 units (free) but they may not count towards graduation (especially if it's engineering). 

JerkLo, thePosterLoser, or whatever you go by these're not that impressive.  trust me.  A passing CLEP Score only means, you're ready to take PreCalc. 

General Education / Re: Wish me luck!
« on: March 18, 2016, 04:27:28 PM »
wow.  That's very impressive testing out of a college algebra class.  That's kind of like...testing out of 8th Grade Algebra 1.  But,'re doing so at a later old are you now? 

General Education / Re: MY lab partner.. I swear....
« on: October 16, 2015, 04:32:36 AM »
Is she white?  White people are notorious for questioning our math skills.  It's like dude, I'm Asian.  I've been math'ing since I was born.

Well...with thePoster, it's a different story.  He JUST recently past College Algebra. 

General Education / Re: Wish me luck!
« on: October 16, 2015, 04:30:51 AM »
I did it! 

All you need is a 51, I did better than that. 

Pretty good considering I only really studied it for 3 days and being out of school since forever. 

It's just college algebra, but considering it's been years..  And I mean years since I took any algebra, I guess I did pretty good considering I had to re teach myself everything

A 51%?!  Wow.  That's amazing.  And it's been years since you've taken this course (in college)?  Does that pass?

is this like the 8th time you've taken this class and like your 12th year of college?

Two Wheel Forum / Re: MTB riding and cardio fitness
« on: December 03, 2012, 08:27:52 PM »
No way, you're kidding right?

I can't tell if you're being sarcastic or serious here. 

The Best of PebHmong / Re: Annoying ph user.
« on: July 13, 2012, 07:41:09 PM »

I thought this thread dead a long time ago.  Either that or you.  huh?  hahaha. 

Just kidding.

Two Wheel Forum / Re: MTB riding and cardio fitness
« on: July 10, 2012, 04:12:30 PM »
for me....,  it better be flat cuz 1/2 a block up hill makes me gasping for air :2funny:.  Lacking self discipline and not challenging myself. Good for those of you guys/girls who push yourself to another level (s) though.  Keep it up and ride safe.


Two Wheel Forum / MTB riding and cardio fitness
« on: July 10, 2012, 08:52:57 AM »
The last few years, I've been mountain biking a lot throughout parts of northern and southern California.  It's easy when your job allows you to travel to remote places.  It gives me a chance to explore.  Anyways, I've spent thousands of dollars reinventing my ride.  I've gone from 26" wheels to 29" and in the process, I've sorted to making it lighter and heavier at the same time.  I sounds strange but it occurred to me that I've met people on the trail who have claimed to have done this and that but the one place they've not considered shaving the weight off was their mid-section. 

Biking gives you a great cardio workout.  The problem is, you have to challenge yourself.  If you're only riding flats all the time or pavement or downhill exclusively, you never really push yourself to the next level.  I've ridden many trails but I resorted to going on 3 specific trails in which I have time-trialed myself.  Each time I go out there, I try to push it to the next level and shave a few minutes off of my ride time.  There are sections where I'll have to go slower around tight bends or up and over rocks/boulders or fallen trees or through small ravines.  Other times, I'll try make it up on the aggressive downhill or moderate flats. 

But the one thing I learned that has helped me ride faster (at times) is having a workout buddy.  That is motivation!  Usually if you have someone there to root you on, you'll perform better and your results will be more noticeable. 

The Best of PebHmong / Re: Annoying ph user.
« on: March 17, 2012, 03:27:10 PM »
EWHHH! WTF? Do you want me to put you on blast??? I post your f*cken name uppp?! DONEEE.

Can I get an interpreter? 

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