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Hello dear Guys, i am stop was retards and start learnings...Me now very shame for their behavior,my replies.
I behaved so because I did not want to teach and because I had a friend who did everything for me (coding, talk).
I wanted a more positives REps, glory, and other shit.
I understand the main.
You have to love what you are doing. I never knew how to coding...
I wanted only money money and money.
if you like a coding - that you will succeed.
I have a great dream - coding (C,C++,C#,VB, no matter).
Unfortunately I do not have time to implement it. And never dont make that.
I would like writing tips. Do not repeat my mistakes
You will lose more times. Learn to code. Do not ask someone else. And try try and try. It will be better than code leeching!
good luck Smile
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Everyone makes mistakes. When I am reading my the oldest posts, I am thinking like "what a shame".

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(11-25-2014, 19:08)Nekochan Wrote: Everyone makes mistakes. When I am reading my the oldest posts, I am thinking like "what a shame".

This. Making mistakes is inevitable and part of our lives, but it is up to us to choose whether to ignore our mistakes or learn from them. As someone once said; "The first step towards knowledge is to know that we are ignorant".

But mark my words, @Dude , success is not an easy path, and there'll be a lot of obstacles to pass, but if you work hard enough for what you believe is right, the road will cease to be shrouded. If you ever happen to stumble and fall, don't be too proud to call for help. It's always easier if you get some help, and most people will hopefully be glad to share their knowledge.
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(11-26-2014, 12:42)Rendflex Wrote:
(11-25-2014, 19:08)Nekochan Wrote: Everyone makes mistakes. When I am reading my the oldest posts, I am thinking like "what a shame".

This. Making mistakes is inevitable and part of our lives, but it is up to us to choose whether to ignore our mistakes or learn from them. As someone once said; "The first step towards knowledge is to know that we are ignorant".

But mark my words, @Dude , success is not an easy path, and there'll be a lot of obstacles to pass, but if you work hard enough for what you believe is right, the road will cease to be shrouded. If you ever happen to stumble and fall, don't be too proud to call for help. It's always easier if you get some help, and most people will hopefully be glad to share their knowledge.

I hate this. Why we born here and doing some work which people think that everyone should do. ( Jobs, etc ). What if I wanted to be some alien in another Galaxies, no?
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(11-26-2014, 12:55)Nekochan Wrote:
(11-26-2014, 12:42)Rendflex Wrote:
(11-25-2014, 19:08)Nekochan Wrote: Everyone makes mistakes. When I am reading my the oldest posts, I am thinking like "what a shame".

This. Making mistakes is inevitable and part of our lives, but it is up to us to choose whether to ignore our mistakes or learn from them. As someone once said; "The first step towards knowledge is to know that we are ignorant".

But mark my words, @Dude , success is not an easy path, and there'll be a lot of obstacles to pass, but if you work hard enough for what you believe is right, the road will cease to be shrouded. If you ever happen to stumble and fall, don't be too proud to call for help. It's always easier if you get some help, and most people will hopefully be glad to share their knowledge.

I hate this. Why we born here and doing some work which people think that everyone should do. ( Jobs, etc ). What if I wanted to be some alien in another Galaxies, no?

Heh, my Swedish teacher asked a similar question yesterday during some argumentative speeches. Why are we so focused on working? It seems that all we want to do is to work: We work to get money to able to live, and we live to work. Wouldn't it be better to live for the things we actually want to do? To spend our short time on earth doing the things we value? Yet, in order to do so, you'd need the money. Somehow, we remain in a materialistic society where it's close to impossible to pursue the absolute lifestyle that would make us happy. Granted, our species will always seek to have more, but still, does this not sound like the final form of society? A non-materialistically based society where we will be able to live for what we want to live for.

But much like other ideas, this would probably not work in the real world. At least not until our technology develops even more, that is. Why? Well, while it is true that we'd all enjoy society that benefits your life, we cannot ignore the reasons for the shaping of this society in the first place. We depend on resources, which unfortunately aren't infinite, and to make things fair, we create systems to adjust to these limitations. If, however, we would be to invent ways of expanding our materialistic resources vastly, I'd imagine the world turn into two possible scenarios, depending on the powers in charge: Either a world where society is divided in two extremes, Eutopia and Dystopia, where the rich and privileged thrive off the poor, or an equal society, where resources are used to create an equal world, where everyone has the same opportunities. If we were to shape our world in the second, perhaps different societies would become similar, and thus be able to cooperate more, which could be used for example, in space travel. It's Elysium vs Star Trek.

Sorry if this is fuzzy, wrote everything in a rush on the phone while taking the train home, will look through once I get home.

Edit: Fixed some spelling, too long to rewrite in proper sentence structures.

TL;DR = It's a pity you can't be a cat living in space. We should be able to do that if we want to, but we can't because we need money. Money is our best way so far to justly work with what we've got on this earth. If we came up with new ways of getting these things, such as teleporting freshwater from inhabitable planets, society would alter. We could either go on a socialistic and controlled approach, or a capitalistic. The first slowly and gradually aids mankind as a whole and can prevent things such as extreme poverty, while the other will create a perfect world for those who are able to fund it.

This is just my opinion, of course.
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You need mistakes to progress. If you can do everything (or think you can do) you are not learning anything.
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(11-25-2014, 15:54)Dude Wrote: Hello dear Guys, i am stop was retards and start learnings...Me now very shame for their behavior,my replies.
I behaved so because I did not want to teach and because I had a friend who did everything for me (coding, talk).
I wanted a more positives REps, glory, and other shit.
I understand the main.
You have to love what you are doing. I never knew how to coding...
I wanted only money money and money.
if you like a coding - that you will succeed.
I have a great dream - coding (C,C++,C#,VB, no matter).
Unfortunately I do not have time to implement it. And never dont make that.
I would like writing tips. Do not repeat my mistakes
You will lose more times. Learn to code. Do not ask someone else. And try try and try. It will be better than code leeching!
good luck Smile
Dude

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(11-26-2014, 19:19)Yamato Wrote:
(11-25-2014, 15:54)Dude Wrote: Hello dear Guys, i am stop was retards and start learnings...Me now very shame for their behavior,my replies.
I behaved so because I did not want to teach and because I had a friend who did everything for me (coding, talk).
I wanted a more positives REps, glory, and other shit.
I understand the main.
You have to love what you are doing. I never knew how to coding...
I wanted only money money and money.
if you like a coding - that you will succeed.
I have a great dream - coding (C,C++,C#,VB, no matter).
Unfortunately I do not have time to implement it. And never dont make that.
I would like writing tips. Do not repeat my mistakes
You will lose more times. Learn to code. Do not ask someone else. And try try and try. It will be better than code leeching!
good luck Smile
Dude

That avatar... are you me? OMA

I liked your post Wink

Wow. I guess a lot people said "wow, this person ( you ) is me!". Troll

(11-26-2014, 15:11)Rendflex Wrote:
(11-26-2014, 12:55)Nekochan Wrote:
(11-26-2014, 12:42)Rendflex Wrote:
(11-25-2014, 19:08)Nekochan Wrote: Everyone makes mistakes. When I am reading my the oldest posts, I am thinking like "what a shame".

This. Making mistakes is inevitable and part of our lives, but it is up to us to choose whether to ignore our mistakes or learn from them. As someone once said; "The first step towards knowledge is to know that we are ignorant".

But mark my words, @Dude , success is not an easy path, and there'll be a lot of obstacles to pass, but if you work hard enough for what you believe is right, the road will cease to be shrouded. If you ever happen to stumble and fall, don't be too proud to call for help. It's always easier if you get some help, and most people will hopefully be glad to share their knowledge.

I hate this. Why we born here and doing some work which people think that everyone should do. ( Jobs, etc ). What if I wanted to be some alien in another Galaxies, no?

Heh, my Swedish teacher asked a similar question yesterday during some argumentative speeches. Why are we so focused on working? It seems that all we want to do is to work: We work to get money to able to live, and we live to work. Wouldn't it be better to live for the things we actually want to do? To spend our short time on earth doing the things we value? Yet, in order to do so, you'd need the money. Somehow, we remain in a materialistic society where it's close to impossible to pursue the absolute lifestyle that would make us happy. Granted, our species will always seek to have more, but still, does this not sound like the final form of society? A non-materialistically based society where we will be able to live for what we want to live for.

But much like other ideas, this would probably not work in the real world. At least not until our technology develops even more, that is. Why? Well, while it is true that we'd all enjoy society that benefits your life, we cannot ignore the reasons for the shaping of this society in the first place. We depend on resources, which unfortunately aren't infinite, and to make things fair, we create systems to adjust to these limitations. If, however, we would be to invent ways of expanding our materialistic resources vastly, I'd imagine the world turn into two possible scenarios, depending on the powers in charge: Either a world where society is divided in two extremes, Eutopia and Dystopia, where the rich and privileged thrive off the poor, or an equal society, where resources are used to create an equal world, where everyone has the same opportunities. If we were to shape our world in the second, perhaps different societies would become similar, and thus be able to cooperate more, which could be used for example, in space travel. It's Elysium vs Star Trek.

Sorry if this is fuzzy, wrote everything in a rush on the phone while taking the train home, will look through once I get home.

Edit: Fixed some spelling, too long to rewrite in proper sentence structures.

TL;DR = It's a pity you can't be a cat living in space. We should be able to do that if we want to, but we can't because we need money. Money is our best way so far to justly work with what we've got on this earth. If we came up with new ways of getting these things, such as teleporting freshwater from inhabitable planets, society would alter. We could either go on a socialistic and controlled approach, or a capitalistic. The first slowly and gradually aids mankind as a whole and can prevent things such as extreme poverty, while the other will create a perfect world for those who are able to fund it.

This is just my opinion, of course.

Here's "comeback": what an idiot made a value named "money"? People could make this planet Earth look like ( and to be ) a Heaven. Soooo
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