Anecdotal evidence: I notice that when I drive around with a nicotine lozenge/gum piece in my mouth, I become a much more aggressive driver. I chalk it up to nicotine's stimulant effects.
Huh? You can buy music?
There is an ongoing study that involves having patients yell at computer generated avatars to get the source of their hallucinations to STFU. Perhaps it may interest you: http://www.vice.com/en_ca/read...
Based on all that job hopping, I'm assuming those jobs were crap too?
New York City?
Huh? You can pay for operating systems?
And you never got Lyme disease? That's impressive.
Sounds great, if it gets Half Life: Episode 3 released.
I have never once in class found out how or why the formula's and expressions and equations were created.
The class you're looking for is a "Sets and Logic" course. It's usually taught as a prerequisite to an introductory discrete math course in university.
Years of high school education convinced me that math was nothing more than a rote excersize in symbol memorization and manipulation, but taking that class completely changed my perspective. It covers the logic used by mathematicians in explicit detail and builds mathematical intuition that helps students see how equations, theorems, etc... are created from the mathematician's perspective.
have you learned nothing? you're just going to get opposums listening to animal collective on vinyl.
More like lemmings, am I right?
Lebron James left. Relevant video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysmLA5TqbIY
Methamphetamine is better than all of them. It's a non selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor AND releaser, such that it's effect lasts roughly 8 times longer than cocaine and is more potent.
Ironically, buproprion is a distant relative of methamphetamine.