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    (Original post by Twinpeaks)
    One what? You are such an idiot.

    I'm telling you what sociology objectively is? Don't be so ignorant. And I never claimed it was "scientific". That is another debate.

    Perhaps little girl, you should do some research into a research discipline before screeching your opinion.
    *On

    Calling someone an idiot doesn't work when you can't even spell correctly

    ''Little girl'' :laugh:

    I'm willing to bet a lot of money I'm older, taller and stronger than you, internet tough girl
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    *On

    Calling someone an idiot doesn't work when you can't even spell correctly

    ''Little girl'' :laugh:

    I'm willing to bet a lot of money I'm older, taller and stronger than you, internet tough girl
    No sweetheart, I actually intended to say "one", as I was referring to your "one sample size" statement. How embarrassing.


    You're doing your A-levels sweetheart. So reconsider. Unless you are repeating your A-levels for the sixth year running?

    I really think you should reconsider the values of Christianity. What is it that Jesus teaches us?

    I understand you have BPD, but that is no excuse for being a rude, arrogant little girl. Wise up.
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    (Original post by Plagioclase)
    This is hilarious, have they literally got nothing better to do?
    You mean anything better than coming up with a story that they know will get students talking about it and thus getting 1000s more people to visit their site that's full of advertising?

    No.
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    Ah the daily mail comment section. Most of them probably have about 5 brain cells tops.
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    (Original post by Twinpeaks)
    You should be concerned those because according to moggis the Daily Mail represents the middle class, intelligent population of our country :awesome:
    Oh :rofl:
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    (Original post by Twinpeaks)
    No sweetheart, I actually intended to say "one", as I was referring to your "one sample size" statement. How embarrassing.


    You're doing your A-levels sweetheart. So reconsider. Unless you are repeating your A-levels for the sixth year running?

    I really think you should reconsider the values of Christianity. What is it that Jesus teaches us?

    I understand you have BPD, but that is no excuse for being a rude, arrogant little girl. Wise up.
    Yeah, yeah, whatever

    Reading comprehension, not even once, I'm halfway through a degree in Chemistry actually. Not that you bothered to focus on my profile enough to read that far down.

    Why are you bringing my faith into this? Irrelevant much?

    I do not have BPD, where did you get that information from? Never once have I claimed to have BPD, you must be confusing me with someone else.

    Oh, and personal insults are a surefire way of telling everyone you lost the arguement
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    Yeah, yeah, whatever

    Reading comprehension, not even once, I'm halfway through a degree in Chemistry actually. Not that you bothered to focus on my profile enough to read that far down.

    Why are you bringing my faith into this? Irrelevant much?

    I do not have BPD, where did you get that information from? Never once have I claimed to have BPD, you must be confusing me with someone else.

    Oh, and personal insults are a surefire way of telling everyone you lost the arguement
    I'll respond to the rest later on your profile (something for you to look forward to!) but I'll respond to your last sentence here.

    What argument are you referring you to exactly? The one where I explained to you what sociology entailed and what jobs directly relate to sociology, which resulted in you having absolutely no coherent reply what so ever?

    It's not an argument, but an education. You cannot despite what a discipline is, you can dispute whether you find it to be worthy of your obviously high standards, you can dispute whether it's a science or not, but you cannot dispute what it is, which is a social research discipline.

    It's concerning that you find that an argument. Next you'll be arguing that blue is red.
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    (Original post by Twinpeaks)
    I'll respond to the rest later on your profile (something for you to look forward to!) but I'll respond to your last sentence here.

    What argument are you referring you to exactly? The one where I explained to you what sociology entailed and what jobs directly relate to sociology, which resulted in you having absolutely no coherent reply what so ever?

    It's not an argument, but an education. You cannot despite what a discipline is, you can dispute whether you find it to be worthy of your obviously high standards, you can dispute whether it's a science or not, but you cannot dispute what it is, which is a social research discipline.

    It's concerning that you find that an argument. Next you'll be arguing that blue is red.
    Okay so now it's been blatantly made obvious to everyone that you know next to nothing about me and can't even read a section of writing on a profile right, let alone spell correctly, you resorted to making up things about me (BPD lol) and personal insults. You are the one who should be embarrassed.

    What does 'despite' mean in this context? I can only reply to questions that make sense.

    I never denied that it was a social research discipline but I did deny that sociology and psychology as a whole is considered a 'hard science.' Please enlighten me, what does your job and role entail?

    Edit: Please see my comment on your profile because I have no wish to derail the thread
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    (Original post by AngryRedhead)
    Okay so now it's been blatantly made obvious to everyone that you know next to nothing about me and can't even read a section of writing on a profile right, let alone spell correctly, you resorted to making up things about me (BPD lol) and personal insults. You are the one who should be embarrassed.

    What does 'despite' mean in this context? I can only reply to questions that make sense.

    I never denied that it was a social research discipline but I did deny that sociology and psychology as a whole is considered a 'hard science.' Please enlighten me, what does your job and role entail?
    Righteo.

    Firstly-

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4181611

    So you are telling me you are not intending to study an A-level in the immediate future?

    Also, like you suggested I should do, I read your profile and according to your profile you are not studying at a university at all? You started a degree, but decided that you can "do better" and so are looking for something else. You "did" a few years, notice the tense.

    Also in regards to your petty and childish jibes regarding my spelling ability after one typo, was it not your wise words that said that one sample/ incidence is not sufficient to arise at a conclusion (AngryRedhead, 2016)? In which case perhaps you should heed your own advice, especially regarding something as complicated as one's spelling ability!


    You might have denied that sociology is a hard science, but I never engaged in such an argument with you, did you completely fabricate that? I simply told you what sociology is, and what careers it directly leads to. Nothing I said referred to whether sociology is a "hard science", quite frankly who gives a ****.

    The answer to your last question was provided directly by myself to you in the beginning of what has been a beautiful exchange of words x
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    oh ffs the idiots titled an entire article on a joke. This is why i can never take the DM seriously, you can just see the mocking undertone
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    (Original post by MrsSheldonCooper)
    I swear whenever I tell an old Asian person I want to do English and work in the arts sector I either get a disapproving look or a *****y comment like, "Oh there's no money into it. Why can't you do Law instead?"

    Saying that I don't view myself as someone who would like Law at uni isn't a valid excuse though. Is wanting to teach English abroad really such a bad idea? I've researched it and they love teachers in China and Hong Kong who teach English.



    I've seen degrees like Golf Management and I'm like there thinking :I English isn't easy during uni. A lot of idiots think it is because there's less contact hours in a degree.
    The irony is is alnost impossible to get a job as a lawyer here because too may peoplw are doing law.
    Yeah,one of my English GCSE teachers went to China to teach art .
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    (Original post by Twinpeaks)
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    I shall respond to all this on your profile
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    It's about time for the DM to be shut down.
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    It's about time for the DM to be shut down.
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    This is epic.. I didn't even call for backup! :awesome:
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