You see, I tell myself things like this constantly, but then I proceed to not do my assignments.All the kids I went to high school with who didn't regularly do their homework are now dead, raising children out of wedlock, in jail, or addicted to heroin.
dont do ur homework
and dont do much else with your life rlli
feel yourself ease into the endless vortex of terror whenever ur relatives ask u about ur achievements at family gatherings
eat grease and raw salt
ur free and enlightened tho. free from the constratints of mundane every day banalities, and now u only reply in albert camus quotes no matter what kind of conversation ure having
I'll take the bet to get you to re-think and/or re-frame what you presently REGARD `homework'.Convince me to do my homework ... bet ya can't
You’ll’ve helped a kid w potential but an f-ed up attention span/ ability to actually do stuffWhat do I win if I do?
Yo thank you so muchAs another NY Boy -- I've read you post lamenting one-size-fits-all NYS common core horse shit -- I was prostrated on one-size-fits-all test beds in the form of NYS regents exams and the preaching that preceded them throughout the school year.
As an INTP who has had decades to recover from THAT trauma, here is what I'd have you KNOW:
The compartmentalization and over-specialization of as-if-DIFFERENT subjects and/or academic disciplines can engender schizoid fragmentation in an INTP's mind which wouldn't naturally occur as it does with _NTJ prone to discrete, fragmented compartmentalization by their naturally-occurring methods for dealing with complexity.
The `real' homework challenge is to resist compartmentalization and over-specialization WHILE finding the connections between what those presenting `content' would have you believe are dis-united, fragmented phenomena.
So ... as you're `doing' your as-assigned `homework' look for connections and ways of double- or triple-dipping.
== End of feeble, ineffectual attempt at `convincing'. ==