How the HECK do you convert Trimester hours to credit hours?
My brain. It poofed and went somewhere else when I needed to do math. It one quarter hour is worth .67 of a semester hour, how much is one trimester hour worth on semester hour? Please help -.-”
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None of this makes any sense. If 1/4 of a trimester hour was worth 2/3 of a semester hour, then one trimester would be worth 2 and 2/3 semesters. But again, this makes no sense.
I concur. AFAIK, after 3 trimesters you’re credited with a baby.
I’d trade the baby for a piece of the tri-force.
I’d trade the baby for a piece of the tri-force.
Nah, got too many of the lousy things already. Sides, they eat strange (read expensive) food and are a hassle to house-train. Tell ya what, two Portal guns and and a good hardshell exo-suit. Gotta have working blink-shields too and no cheap Chinese knockoffs. Deal?
I’ll throw in the baby’s crib, clothing, and a 1-month supply of diapers and reconstituted breast-milk if you’ll throw in a flux capacitor.
You’re really pushin’ that rotten little bugger, aren’t you? I’m suspicious already. ‘Sides, I reiterate, got too many of the messy little beasts. I heard the guy down the road would trade you a portable Donair concession for one.. but he’s crazy (maybe from a nagging wife). Why you want a flux capacitor anyway? They’re old hat, zero-point conversion being the way to go, and kinda ‘leaky’. You’ll get a big ol’ finger growin’ outta your forehead and people will point ‘n laugh.
Hmmm, I’ll offer the baby, the crib, the clothing, the diapers, the reconstituted breast-milk, a Dalek model in miniature scale, AND an Atari controller.
You give me two hover-pads and the flux-capacitor on 12-month lease, at the end of which I’ll provide you ONE portal gun, one prototype run of this years military exo-suit (*prototype, so no armament fittings), and some re-tuned blink shields (10 million gigavolt warranty).
Once delivered, I expect a nice new shiny piece of Triforce o’ Wisdom, deal?
Man, am I ever tired of people taking me for the fool that I am; lease you a HOVERBOARD.. moreover TWO of them?!? No way, you’re gonna bust your head open, helmet or not, within minutes of getting on that tippyass thing, especially with that finger growin’ over your eye. Last thing I need is a lawsuit to drain my meager funds.
Despite all that, the brat is a deal breaker.. though the Atari joystick is a toothsome morsel indeed; my ol’ 2600 has been sadly neglected ever since I busted the last one playing Missile Command.
Hmmm, let’s drop the baby from the deal (though you are still welcome to the reconstituted breast-milk) and I can throw in a long sock tied in two, half filled with pogs (including 2 slammers) and half filled with marbles (only one shooter).
I’ll also sign a waiver regarding the hoverboards.
I heard that reconstituted breast milk goes kinda lumpy, like cottage cheese, and that really cuts down on the appeal. Reminds me of buttermilk and I feel the urge to spew.
Given that the US has a rather litigious society, I don’t know if a waiver would stand up in court. Just wanting to play around with a hoverboard might classify you as ‘Non compos mentis’ and therefor whatever agreements signed would be null and void. That’s a big risk for me to take, and I’m understandably rather chary of doing so. Add to that the fact that FCC approval has not been forthcoming, well, I’d be subject to even more governmental scrutiny than I presently experience.. and they’re watching constantly. Would you be interested in a nifty aluminum alloy (T6064) occipital Rf shield? It’s a polished isometric pyramid which is a real attention getter.. chicks really dig it.
Occipital? Nah, they’re free to tap my occipital though I should very much enjoy a frontal and temporal shield. Do you have something that says “I’m responsible about government intrusions of my executive and linguistic functions, yet am still fun-loving, chic, and young at heart”?
Regarding the hoverboards, I certainly understand that there are some states (California comes to mind) where a buyer might indeed still press suit despite a signed waiver. I propose then that in exchange for a one-time fresh breast-milk production/delivery service and the aforementioned pogs/marbles that you publicly post the schematics for the hoverboards for not less than 1-hour under a creative commons license. I would even go so far as to defray by half any costs incurred if you would like the double-protections afforded by posting the schematics in creative commons form via a recently formed limited liability corporation.
What do you think? Oh, and I almost forgot. What kind of warranty to you provide on the Triforce of Wisdom segment?
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