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Lori Loughlin's Daughter to Quit USC
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BTR1701
2019-08-12 00:43:25 UTC
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar professions.
Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.

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After an extended hiatus due to a heavy dose of (alleged) familial fraud,
disgraced vlogger Olivia Jade will embrace her destiny: The 19-year-old
reportedly plans to quit college for a life of full-time influencing.
"Olivia has no plans to return to USC. She never wanted to attend USC to
begin with, and now she is sure that USC isn't the place for her," a source
close to the rising sophomore told Entertainment Tonight.

https://www.thecut.com/2019/08/olivia-jade-reportedly-quit-usc-to-rebuild-personal-brand.html
anim8rfsk
2019-08-12 01:39:25 UTC
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar professions.
Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
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After an extended hiatus due to a heavy dose of (alleged) familial fraud,
disgraced vlogger Olivia Jade will embrace her destiny: The 19-year-old
reportedly plans to quit college for a life of full-time influencing.
"Olivia has no plans to return to USC. She never wanted to attend USC to
begin with, and now she is sure that USC isn't the place for her," a source
close to the rising sophomore told Entertainment Tonight.
https://www.thecut.com/2019/08/olivia-jade-reportedly-quit-usc-to-rebuild-pers
onal-brand.html
Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
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A Friend
2019-08-12 02:23:45 UTC
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar professions.
Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
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After an extended hiatus due to a heavy dose of (alleged) familial fraud,
disgraced vlogger Olivia Jade will embrace her destiny: The 19-year-old
reportedly plans to quit college for a life of full-time influencing.
"Olivia has no plans to return to USC. She never wanted to attend USC to
begin with, and now she is sure that USC isn't the place for her," a source
close to the rising sophomore told Entertainment Tonight.
https://www.thecut.com/2019/08/olivia-jade-reportedly-quit-usc-to-rebuild-pe
rs
onal-brand.html
Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
Maybe the school thought the simplest and least risky (legally
speaking) way to get rid of her was to let her "quit" before she had to
go back in the fall.

After all, a full-time influencer is much too busy to actually learn
anything.
anim8rfsk
2019-08-12 02:32:17 UTC
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar professions.
Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
-----------------------
After an extended hiatus due to a heavy dose of (alleged) familial fraud,
disgraced vlogger Olivia Jade will embrace her destiny: The 19-year-old
reportedly plans to quit college for a life of full-time influencing.
"Olivia has no plans to return to USC. She never wanted to attend USC to
begin with, and now she is sure that USC isn't the place for her," a source
close to the rising sophomore told Entertainment Tonight.
https://www.thecut.com/2019/08/olivia-jade-reportedly-quit-usc-to-rebuild-p
e
rs
onal-brand.html
Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
Maybe the school thought the simplest and least risky (legally
speaking) way to get rid of her was to let her "quit" before she had to
go back in the fall.
After all, a full-time influencer is much too busy to actually learn
anything.
I bet her mom is thrilled to hear that the kid didn't want to go there in the
first place.
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Ian J. Ball
2019-08-12 03:12:02 UTC
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar
professions. Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
-----------------------
After an extended hiatus due to a heavy dose of (alleged) familial
fraud, disgraced vlogger Olivia Jade will embrace her destiny: The
19-year-old reportedly plans to quit college for a life of full-time
influencing. "Olivia has no plans to return to USC. She never wanted to
attend USC to begin with, and now she is sure that USC isn't the place
for her," a source close to the rising sophomore told Entertainment
Tonight.
https://www.thecut.com/2019/08/olivia-jade-reportedly-quit-usc-to-rebuild-personal-brand.html
Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
Maybe the school thought the simplest and least risky (legally
speaking) way to get rid of her was to let her "quit" before she had to
go back in the fall.
After all, a full-time influencer is much too busy to actually learn
anything.
I bet her mom is thrilled to hear that the kid didn't want to go there in the
first place.
Loughlin and the kid are "on the outs" by all accounts.
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J.B. Nicholson
2019-08-12 06:43:35 UTC
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Loughlin and the kid are "on the outs" by all accounts.
Will Lori Loughlin be in the next (last?) season of "Fuller House"?
anim8rfsk
2019-08-12 12:27:55 UTC
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Loughlin and the kid are "on the outs" by all accounts.
Will Lori Loughlin be in the next (last?) season of "Fuller House"?
The rumor is that they've snuck her in to some episodes on the theory that by
the time they run some of the hubbub will have settled down.
If this is true, I still bet they design scenes for her that can be easily
removed.
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BTR1701
2019-08-12 05:17:01 UTC
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar professions.
Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
-----------------------
After an extended hiatus due to a heavy dose of (alleged) familial fraud,
disgraced vlogger Olivia Jade will embrace her destiny: The 19-year-old
reportedly plans to quit college for a life of full-time influencing.
"Olivia has no plans to return to USC. She never wanted to attend USC to
begin with, and now she is sure that USC isn't the place for her," a source
close to the rising sophomore told Entertainment Tonight.
https://www.thecut.com/2019/08/olivia-jade-reportedly-quit-usc-to-rebuild-p
e
rs
onal-brand.html
Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
Maybe the school thought the simplest and least risky (legally
speaking) way to get rid of her was to let her "quit" before she had to
go back in the fall.
After all, a full-time influencer is much too busy to actually learn
anything.
I bet her mom is thrilled to hear that the kid didn't want to go there in the
first place.
She already knew that. The kid said as much before the scandal in one of
her 'influencer' videos.
shawn
2019-08-12 05:46:46 UTC
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On Mon, 12 Aug 2019 00:17:01 -0500, BTR1701
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Post by anim8rfsk
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar professions.
Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
-----------------------
I bet her mom is thrilled to hear that the kid didn't want to go there in the
first place.
She already knew that. The kid said as much before the scandal in one of
her 'influencer' videos.
I get parents have their ideas of what their kids lives should be, but
at some point don't you have to listen to your kids? If a kid (really
an adult by this point) is telling you they don't want to go to USC
(or maybe to college at all) then there's really little use to forcing
them to go. Let them go off and make their mistakes and maybe they
will change their minds and then the parents can be there for their
kid. That way if they do decide to go to college you can be somewhat
sure they will put forth the effort needed to succeed.
Ian J. Ball
2019-08-12 05:56:27 UTC
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Post by shawn
On Mon, 12 Aug 2019 00:17:01 -0500, BTR1701
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar
professions. Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
I bet her mom is thrilled to hear that the kid didn't want to go there
in the first place.
She already knew that. The kid said as much before the scandal in one of
her 'influencer' videos.
I get parents have their ideas of what their kids lives should be, but
at some point don't you have to listen to your kids? If a kid (really
an adult by this point) is telling you they don't want to go to USC
(or maybe to college at all) then there's really little use to forcing
them to go. Let them go off and make their mistakes and maybe they
will change their minds and then the parents can be there for their
kid. That way if they do decide to go to college you can be somewhat
sure they will put forth the effort needed to succeed.
That's all great in theory, but only if you're willing to actually
follow through and "kick your kids out of the house" to do that. The
problem is, these days, most parents seem unwilling to actually "kick
their kids out of the house" - so then it's a "If you live under my
roof, you follow my rules" situation.
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Your Name
2019-08-12 06:41:19 UTC
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On Mon, 12 Aug 2019 00:17:01 -0500, BTR1701
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Post by anim8rfsk
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar professions.
Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
I bet her mom is thrilled to hear that the kid didn't want to go there
in the first place.
She already knew that. The kid said as much before the scandal in one of
her 'influencer' videos.
I get parents have their ideas of what their kids lives should be, but
at some point don't you have to listen to your kids? If a kid (really
an adult by this point) is telling you they don't want to go to USC
(or maybe to college at all) then there's really little use to forcing
them to go. Let them go off and make their mistakes and maybe they
will change their minds and then the parents can be there for their
kid. That way if they do decide to go to college you can be somewhat
sure they will put forth the effort needed to succeed.
In most western countries far too many kids go to university simply
because they're too lazy to find a real (or even any) job. They go
there to get a government tax-payer-funded handout, and simply booze
and party themselves silly.
The Horny Goat
2019-08-12 07:23:06 UTC
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I get parents have their ideas of what their kids lives should be, but
at some point don't you have to listen to your kids? If a kid (really
an adult by this point) is telling you they don't want to go to USC
(or maybe to college at all) then there's really little use to forcing
them to go. Let them go off and make their mistakes and maybe they
will change their minds and then the parents can be there for their
kid. That way if they do decide to go to college you can be somewhat
sure they will put forth the effort needed to succeed.
One of the great trips of my life was in 2004 where we toured eastern
Canada. On our first leg of the trip we were in one city where my wife
suggested our daughter (who was about to enter her high school senior
year) do the local campus tour - and was told no.

Just under a year later no one was more gobsmacked than me when my
daughter said "guess where I'm going next year Daddy?" - yup the same
school she had chosen not to tour.

We and my mother had been making education savings plans for all 3
kids so that paid a big chunk of her education but definitely not the
whole thing - 4 years later combined history and Russian honors. (Her
career from there suffered due her feelings about my mother's death in
somewhat spectacular manner but that's a different story and one she
is emerging from now)
Alan Smithee
2019-08-12 07:33:31 UTC
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Post by shawn
I get parents have their ideas of what their kids lives should be, but
at some point don't you have to listen to your kids? If a kid (really
an adult by this point) is telling you they don't want to go to USC
(or maybe to college at all) then there's really little use to forcing
them to go. Let them go off and make their mistakes and maybe they
will change their minds and then the parents can be there for their
kid. That way if they do decide to go to college you can be somewhat
sure they will put forth the effort needed to succeed.
The parents were living vicariously thru their two (stupid) kids since
neither of them attended college back in their day. They wanted to show
off their college-grad offspring to their dear, but now swiftly
departing, friends.
anim8rfsk
2019-08-12 12:31:54 UTC
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Post by shawn
I get parents have their ideas of what their kids lives should be, but
at some point don't you have to listen to your kids? If a kid (really
an adult by this point) is telling you they don't want to go to USC
(or maybe to college at all) then there's really little use to forcing
them to go. Let them go off and make their mistakes and maybe they
will change their minds and then the parents can be there for their
kid. That way if they do decide to go to college you can be somewhat
sure they will put forth the effort needed to succeed.
The parents were living vicariously thru their two (stupid) kids since
neither of them attended college back in their day. They wanted to show
off their college-grad offspring to their dear, but now swiftly
departing, friends.
The father went to USC.
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anim8rfsk
2019-08-12 12:24:45 UTC
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On Mon, 12 Aug 2019 00:17:01 -0500, BTR1701
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar professions.
Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
-----------------------
I bet her mom is thrilled to hear that the kid didn't want to go there in the
first place.
She already knew that. The kid said as much before the scandal in one of
her 'influencer' videos.
I get parents have their ideas of what their kids lives should be, but
at some point don't you have to listen to your kids? If a kid (really
an adult by this point) is telling you they don't want to go to USC
(or maybe to college at all) then there's really little use to forcing
them to go. Let them go off and make their mistakes and maybe they
will change their minds and then the parents can be there for their
kid. That way if they do decide to go to college you can be somewhat
sure they will put forth the effort needed to succeed.
Or she might have thought it was her last chance to save the little idiot.
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Adam H. Kerman
2019-08-12 16:36:14 UTC
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On Mon, 12 Aug 2019 00:17:01 -0500, BTR1701
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Post by anim8rfsk
Sun, 11 Aug 2019 17:43:25 -0700
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar
professions.
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Post by anim8rfsk
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Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
-----------------------
I bet her mom is thrilled to hear that the kid didn't want to go there in the
first place.
She already knew that. The kid said as much before the scandal in one of
her 'influencer' videos.
I get parents have their ideas of what their kids lives should be, but
at some point don't you have to listen to your kids? If a kid (really
an adult by this point) is telling you they don't want to go to USC
(or maybe to college at all) then there's really little use to forcing
them to go. Let them go off and make their mistakes and maybe they
will change their minds and then the parents can be there for their
kid. That way if they do decide to go to college you can be somewhat
sure they will put forth the effort needed to succeed.
Or she might have thought it was her last chance to save the little idiot.
Wouldn't it have been cheaper and more effective to spend the money on a
tutor while she was still in high school than to use trickery and fraud
to get her into a very expensive school that she wasn't going to succeed
in? It would have kept her out of community college if she might have
done better at a smaller liberal arts college.
anim8rfsk
2019-08-12 16:40:52 UTC
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Post by shawn
On Mon, 12 Aug 2019 00:17:01 -0500, BTR1701
Post by BTR1701
Post by anim8rfsk
Sun, 11 Aug 2019 17:43:25 -0700
Post by BTR1701
"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar
professions.
Post by shawn
Post by BTR1701
Post by anim8rfsk
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Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
-----------------------
I bet her mom is thrilled to hear that the kid didn't want to go there in
the
first place.
She already knew that. The kid said as much before the scandal in one of
her 'influencer' videos.
I get parents have their ideas of what their kids lives should be, but
at some point don't you have to listen to your kids? If a kid (really
an adult by this point) is telling you they don't want to go to USC
(or maybe to college at all) then there's really little use to forcing
them to go. Let them go off and make their mistakes and maybe they
will change their minds and then the parents can be there for their
kid. That way if they do decide to go to college you can be somewhat
sure they will put forth the effort needed to succeed.
Or she might have thought it was her last chance to save the little idiot.
Wouldn't it have been cheaper and more effective to spend the money on a
tutor while she was still in high school than to use trickery and fraud
to get her into a very expensive school that she wasn't going to succeed
in? It would have kept her out of community college if she might have
done better at a smaller liberal arts college.
Or they could have just given her the money.
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Adam H. Kerman
2019-08-12 16:42:15 UTC
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On Mon, 12 Aug 2019 00:17:01 -0500, BTR1701
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Post by anim8rfsk
Sun, 11 Aug 2019 17:43:25 -0700
Post by BTR1701
"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar
professions.
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Post by anim8rfsk
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Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
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I bet her mom is thrilled to hear that the kid didn't want to
go there in
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Post by shawn
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Post by anim8rfsk
the
first place.
She already knew that. The kid said as much before the scandal in one of
her 'influencer' videos.
I get parents have their ideas of what their kids lives should be, but
at some point don't you have to listen to your kids? If a kid (really
an adult by this point) is telling you they don't want to go to USC
(or maybe to college at all) then there's really little use to forcing
them to go. Let them go off and make their mistakes and maybe they
will change their minds and then the parents can be there for their
kid. That way if they do decide to go to college you can be somewhat
sure they will put forth the effort needed to succeed.
Or she might have thought it was her last chance to save the little idiot.
Wouldn't it have been cheaper and more effective to spend the money on a
tutor while she was still in high school than to use trickery and fraud
to get her into a very expensive school that she wasn't going to succeed
in? It would have kept her out of community college if she might have
done better at a smaller liberal arts college.
Or they could have just given her the money.
I assume they thought she'd have spent it on something that would have
killed her, like a fancy car or drugs.
anim8rfsk
2019-08-12 17:02:52 UTC
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On Mon, 12 Aug 2019 00:17:01 -0500, BTR1701
Post by BTR1701
Post by anim8rfsk
Sun, 11 Aug 2019 17:43:25 -0700
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar
professions.
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Post by anim8rfsk
Post by BTR1701
Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
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I bet her mom is thrilled to hear that the kid didn't want to
go there in
Post by Adam H. Kerman
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Post by shawn
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Post by anim8rfsk
the
first place.
She already knew that. The kid said as much before the scandal in one of
her 'influencer' videos.
I get parents have their ideas of what their kids lives should be, but
at some point don't you have to listen to your kids? If a kid (really
an adult by this point) is telling you they don't want to go to USC
(or maybe to college at all) then there's really little use to forcing
them to go. Let them go off and make their mistakes and maybe they
will change their minds and then the parents can be there for their
kid. That way if they do decide to go to college you can be somewhat
sure they will put forth the effort needed to succeed.
Or she might have thought it was her last chance to save the little idiot.
Wouldn't it have been cheaper and more effective to spend the money on a
tutor while she was still in high school than to use trickery and fraud
to get her into a very expensive school that she wasn't going to succeed
in? It would have kept her out of community college if she might have
done better at a smaller liberal arts college.
Or they could have just given her the money.
I assume they thought she'd have spent it on something that would have
killed her, like a fancy car or drugs.
Are you seeing a downside?
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trotsky
2019-08-12 09:11:43 UTC
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar professions.
Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
-----------------------
After an extended hiatus due to a heavy dose of (alleged) familial fraud,
disgraced vlogger Olivia Jade will embrace her destiny: The 19-year-old
reportedly plans to quit college for a life of full-time influencing.
"Olivia has no plans to return to USC. She never wanted to attend USC to
begin with, and now she is sure that USC isn't the place for her," a source
close to the rising sophomore told Entertainment Tonight.
https://www.thecut.com/2019/08/olivia-jade-reportedly-quit-usc-to-rebuild-p
e
rs
onal-brand.html
Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
Maybe the school thought the simplest and least risky (legally
speaking) way to get rid of her was to let her "quit" before she had to
go back in the fall.
After all, a full-time influencer is much too busy to actually learn
anything.
I bet her mom is thrilled to hear that the kid didn't want to go there in the
first place.
She already knew that. The kid said as much before the scandal in one of
her 'influencer' videos.
Cite?
Adam H. Kerman
2019-08-12 06:40:01 UTC
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar professions.
Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
-----------------------
After an extended hiatus due to a heavy dose of (alleged) familial fraud,
disgraced vlogger Olivia Jade will embrace her destiny: The 19-year-old
reportedly plans to quit college for a life of full-time influencing.
"Olivia has no plans to return to USC. She never wanted to attend USC to
begin with, and now she is sure that USC isn't the place for her,"
a source
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close to the rising sophomore told Entertainment Tonight.
https://www.thecut.com/2019/08/olivia-jade-reportedly-quit-usc-to-rebuild-p
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e
rs
onal-brand.html
Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
Maybe the school thought the simplest and least risky (legally
speaking) way to get rid of her was to let her "quit" before she had to
go back in the fall.
After all, a full-time influencer is much too busy to actually learn
anything.
I bet her mom is thrilled to hear that the kid didn't want to go there in the
first place.
The mother knew her high school grades weren't good enuogh to get in.
If she'd wanted to attend a prestigious college, she'd have studied
harder in high school.
Rhino
2019-08-12 12:58:44 UTC
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar professions.
Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
-----------------------
After an extended hiatus due to a heavy dose of (alleged) familial fraud,
disgraced vlogger Olivia Jade will embrace her destiny: The 19-year-old
reportedly plans to quit college for a life of full-time influencing.
"Olivia has no plans to return to USC. She never wanted to attend USC to
begin with, and now she is sure that USC isn't the place for her," a source
close to the rising sophomore told Entertainment Tonight.
https://www.thecut.com/2019/08/olivia-jade-reportedly-quit-usc-to-rebuild-p
e
rs
onal-brand.html
Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
Maybe the school thought the simplest and least risky (legally
speaking) way to get rid of her was to let her "quit" before she had to
go back in the fall.
After all, a full-time influencer is much too busy to actually learn
anything.
I bet her mom is thrilled to hear that the kid didn't want to go there in the
first place.
Just imagine sitting in a jail cell - which Loughlin may eventually do -
knowing that the crimes you committed on behalf of your child weren't
even *wanted* by the child....

Then again, I'll bet the child put plenty of pressure on her parents to
get into USC when it seemed the cool thing to do. I rather suspect the
daughter's current attitude is more sour grapes than anything.
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Adam H. Kerman
2019-08-12 16:37:56 UTC
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar professions.
Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
-----------------------
After an extended hiatus due to a heavy dose of (alleged) familial fraud,
disgraced vlogger Olivia Jade will embrace her destiny: The 19-year-old
reportedly plans to quit college for a life of full-time influencing.
"Olivia has no plans to return to USC. She never wanted to attend USC to
begin with, and now she is sure that USC isn't the place for her," a source
close to the rising sophomore told Entertainment Tonight.
https://www.thecut.com/2019/08/olivia-jade-reportedly-quit-usc-to-rebuild-p
e
rs
onal-brand.html
Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
Maybe the school thought the simplest and least risky (legally
speaking) way to get rid of her was to let her "quit" before she had to
go back in the fall.
After all, a full-time influencer is much too busy to actually learn
anything.
I bet her mom is thrilled to hear that the kid didn't want to go there in the
first place.
Just imagine sitting in a jail cell - which Loughlin may eventually do -
knowing that the crimes you committed on behalf of your child weren't
even *wanted* by the child....
Then again, I'll bet the child put plenty of pressure on her parents to
get into USC when it seemed the cool thing to do. I rather suspect the
daughter's current attitude is more sour grapes than anything.
I doubt very much that as a high school student with lousy grade she
really wanted to enroll at USC.
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar professions.
Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
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After an extended hiatus due to a heavy dose of (alleged) familial fraud,
disgraced vlogger Olivia Jade will embrace her destiny: The 19-year-old
reportedly plans to quit college for a life of full-time influencing.
"Olivia has no plans to return to USC. She never wanted to attend USC to
begin with, and now she is sure that USC isn't the place for her," a source
close to the rising sophomore told Entertainment Tonight.
https://www.thecut.com/2019/08/olivia-jade-reportedly-quit-usc-to-rebuild-p
e
rs
onal-brand.html
Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
Maybe the school thought the simplest and least risky (legally
speaking) way to get rid of her was to let her "quit" before she had to
go back in the fall.
After all, a full-time influencer is much too busy to actually learn
anything.
I bet her mom is thrilled to hear that the kid didn't want to go there in the
first place.
Just imagine sitting in a jail cell - which Loughlin may eventually do -
knowing that the crimes you committed on behalf of your child weren't
even *wanted* by the child....
Then again, I'll bet the child put plenty of pressure on her parents to
get into USC when it seemed the cool thing to do. I rather suspect the
daughter's current attitude is more sour grapes than anything.
I doubt very much that as a high school student with lousy grade she
really wanted to enroll at USC.
I didn't mean to suggest she wanted to go to USC for the *education* it
offered; more likely she wanted it in the same way young people want the
newest style of jeans or the latest tech.
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2019-08-12 03:42:39 UTC
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar professions.
Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
-----------------------
After an extended hiatus due to a heavy dose of (alleged) familial fraud,
disgraced vlogger Olivia Jade will embrace her destiny: The 19-year-old
reportedly plans to quit college for a life of full-time influencing.
"Olivia has no plans to return to USC. She never wanted to attend USC to
begin with, and now she is sure that USC isn't the place for her," a source
close to the rising sophomore told Entertainment Tonight.
https://www.thecut.com/2019/08/olivia-jade-reportedly-quit-usc-to-rebuild-pers
onal-brand.html
Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
And how the Hell is she a "rising sophomore"?...
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"Full time influencing" is the grittiest of the blue collar professions.
Similar to iron workers and deep sea fishermen.
-----------------------
After an extended hiatus due to a heavy dose of (alleged) familial fraud,
disgraced vlogger Olivia Jade will embrace her destiny: The 19-year-old
reportedly plans to quit college for a life of full-time influencing.
"Olivia has no plans to return to USC. She never wanted to attend USC to
begin with, and now she is sure that USC isn't the place for her," a source
close to the rising sophomore told Entertainment Tonight.
https://www.thecut.com/2019/08/olivia-jade-reportedly-quit-usc-to-rebuild-pers
onal-brand.html
Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
And how the Hell is she a "rising sophomore"?...
It's California... 'nuff said!
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2019-08-12 08:01:14 UTC
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Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
And how the Hell is she a "rising sophomore"?...
It's California... 'nuff said!
Presumably in the author's opinion one rises from freshman to
sophomore (and presumably from there to junior and senior)

If one doesn't get a "dean's vacation" (which in my school was what
happened when your grades were insufficient) one "rises"
moviePig
2019-08-12 17:08:36 UTC
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Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
And how the Hell is she a "rising sophomore"?...
It's California... 'nuff said!
Presumably in the author's opinion one rises from freshman to
sophomore (and presumably from there to junior and senior)
If one doesn't get a "dean's vacation" (which in my school was what
happened when your grades were insufficient) one "rises"
I suppose it's an idiom, and different from "a sophomore on the rise"...
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Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
And how the Hell is she a "rising sophomore"?...
It's California... 'nuff said!
Presumably in the author's opinion one rises from freshman to
sophomore (and presumably from there to junior and senior)
If one doesn't get a "dean's vacation" (which in my school was what
happened when your grades were insufficient) one "rises"
I suppose it's an idiom, and different from "a sophomore on the rise"...
It's not difficult to understand when you use words as intended,
moviePig. If one completes coursework and receives credit for one's
freshman year, one becomes a sophomore. Once one completes his sophomore
coursework and receives credit, one is no longer a sophomore.

There is no "rising sophomore" concept.
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Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was
bogus?
And how the Hell is she a "rising sophomore"?...
It's California... 'nuff said!
Presumably in the author's opinion one rises from freshman to
sophomore (and presumably from there to junior and senior)
If one doesn't get a "dean's vacation" (which in my school was what
happened when your grades were insufficient) one "rises"
I suppose it's an idiom, and different from "a sophomore on the rise"...
It's not difficult to understand when you use words as intended,
moviePig. If one completes coursework and receives credit for one's
freshman year, one becomes a sophomore. Once one completes his sophomore
coursework and receives credit, one is no longer a sophomore.
There is no "rising sophomore" concept.
Hmm. I don't think you're a sophomore during the summer before your sophomore
year. You're not a sophomore until you're enrolled in classes and/or the
check clears.
This twit is not, never was, and apparently never will be a Sophomore, rising
or otherwise. She's a freshman (I know we're not supposed to use that term
any more but I forget what the legally mandated California PC-speak is)
dropout.
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2019-08-12 17:57:48 UTC
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Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
And how the Hell is she a "rising sophomore"?...
It's California... 'nuff said!
Presumably in the author's opinion one rises from freshman to
sophomore (and presumably from there to junior and senior)
If one doesn't get a "dean's vacation" (which in my school was what
happened when your grades were insufficient) one "rises"
I suppose it's an idiom, and different from "a sophomore on the rise"...
It's not difficult to understand when you use words as intended,
moviePig. If one completes coursework and receives credit for one's
freshman year, one becomes a sophomore. Once one completes his sophomore
coursework and receives credit, one is no longer a sophomore.
There is no "rising sophomore" concept.
Hmm. I don't think you're a sophomore during the summer before your sophomore
year. You're not a sophomore until you're enrolled in classes and/or the
check clears.
In both high school and college, students enrolled early, before the
semester or quarter ended. We were allowed a one week period at the
beginning of the next semester or quarter to drop or add a class, which
I took advantage of to see if I liked a professor. The only time I
wasn't allowed to enroll early was first semester or quarter of freshman
year.

So, yes, a freshman intending to continue his education did become a
sophomore upon completing freshman year, including summer break before
sophomore year started.

My university simply did it on a credit basis, to account for students
who were part time for some reason or took off a quarter.
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This twit is not, never was, and apparently never will be a Sophomore, rising
or otherwise. She's a freshman (I know we're not supposed to use that term
any more but I forget what the legally mandated California PC-speak is)
dropout.
If she's not completing her education, she's not a freshman. Dropout is
indeed the correct term.
anim8rfsk
2019-08-12 18:14:09 UTC
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Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was
bogus?
And how the Hell is she a "rising sophomore"?...
It's California... 'nuff said!
Presumably in the author's opinion one rises from freshman to
sophomore (and presumably from there to junior and senior)
If one doesn't get a "dean's vacation" (which in my school was what
happened when your grades were insufficient) one "rises"
I suppose it's an idiom, and different from "a sophomore on the rise"...
It's not difficult to understand when you use words as intended,
moviePig. If one completes coursework and receives credit for one's
freshman year, one becomes a sophomore. Once one completes his sophomore
coursework and receives credit, one is no longer a sophomore.
There is no "rising sophomore" concept.
Hmm. I don't think you're a sophomore during the summer before your sophomore
year. You're not a sophomore until you're enrolled in classes and/or the
check clears.
In both high school and college, students enrolled early, before the
semester or quarter ended. We were allowed a one week period at the
beginning of the next semester or quarter to drop or add a class, which
I took advantage of to see if I liked a professor. The only time I
wasn't allowed to enroll early was first semester or quarter of freshman
year.
So, yes, a freshman intending to continue his education did become a
sophomore upon completing freshman year, including summer break before
sophomore year started.
My university simply did it on a credit basis, to account for students
who were part time for some reason or took off a quarter.
Completely different here. We went out to ASU the week before the year began,
and had to go to each classroom and see if they had any punch cards left for
that class yet, snag one if possible, and turn them in at the end of the day.
No way were we enrolled until we'd done that and paid.
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This twit is not, never was, and apparently never will be a Sophomore, rising
or otherwise. She's a freshman (I know we're not supposed to use that term
any more but I forget what the legally mandated California PC-speak is)
dropout.
If she's not completing her education, she's not a freshman. Dropout is
indeed the correct term.
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Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
And how the Hell is she a "rising sophomore"?...
It's California... 'nuff said!
Presumably in the author's opinion one rises from freshman to
sophomore (and presumably from there to junior and senior)
If one doesn't get a "dean's vacation" (which in my school was what
happened when your grades were insufficient) one "rises"
I suppose it's an idiom, and different from "a sophomore on the rise"...
Except she's neither a sophomore nor on the rise.
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Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
And how the Hell is she a "rising sophomore"?...
It's California... 'nuff said!
Presumably in the author's opinion one rises from freshman to
sophomore (and presumably from there to junior and senior)
If one doesn't get a "dean's vacation" (which in my school was what
happened when your grades were insufficient) one "rises"
I suppose it's an idiom, and different from "a sophomore on the rise"...
Except she's neither a sophomore nor on the rise.
You don't know what drugs she took.
anim8rfsk
2019-08-12 17:26:48 UTC
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Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was
bogus?
And how the Hell is she a "rising sophomore"?...
It's California... 'nuff said!
Presumably in the author's opinion one rises from freshman to
sophomore (and presumably from there to junior and senior)
If one doesn't get a "dean's vacation" (which in my school was what
happened when your grades were insufficient) one "rises"
I suppose it's an idiom, and different from "a sophomore on the rise"...
Except she's neither a sophomore nor on the rise.
You don't know what drugs she took.
Didn't she tell us in her Vlog?
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Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
And how the Hell is she a "rising sophomore"?...
It's California... 'nuff said!
Presumably in the author's opinion one rises from freshman to
sophomore (and presumably from there to junior and senior)
If one doesn't get a "dean's vacation" (which in my school was what
happened when your grades were insufficient) one "rises"
I suppose it's an idiom, and different from "a sophomore on the rise"...
The term "rising" was being used fifty years ago when I went to college
in the East. A rising sophomore was someone who'd completed freshman
year and was about to start sophomore year but hadn't yet. It's not
some bizarre feel-good thing in California.

As someone here said, now she's a dropout.
moviePig
2019-08-12 20:42:53 UTC
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Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
And how the Hell is she a "rising sophomore"?...
It's California... 'nuff said!
Presumably in the author's opinion one rises from freshman to
sophomore (and presumably from there to junior and senior)
If one doesn't get a "dean's vacation" (which in my school was what
happened when your grades were insufficient) one "rises"
I suppose it's an idiom, and different from "a sophomore on the rise"...
The term "rising" was being used fifty years ago when I went to college
in the East. A rising sophomore was someone who'd completed freshman
year and was about to start sophomore year but hadn't yet. It's not
some bizarre feel-good thing in California.
As someone here said, now she's a dropout.
...which *is* a "bizarre feel-good thing", and not only in Cali
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Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was
bogus?
And how the Hell is she a "rising sophomore"?...
It's California... 'nuff said!
Presumably in the author's opinion one rises from freshman to
sophomore (and presumably from there to junior and senior)
If one doesn't get a "dean's vacation" (which in my school was what
happened when your grades were insufficient) one "rises"
I suppose it's an idiom, and different from "a sophomore on the rise"...
The term "rising" was being used fifty years ago when I went to college
in the East. A rising sophomore was someone who'd completed freshman
year and was about to start sophomore year but hadn't yet. It's not
some bizarre feel-good thing in California.
Ah, so "pre-sophomore" then. Thanks.
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As someone here said, now she's a dropout.
Ooo! Ooooooo! Mr. Kotter! Me! Me!!
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Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
And how the Hell is she a "rising sophomore"?...
It's California... 'nuff said!
Presumably in the author's opinion one rises from freshman to
sophomore (and presumably from there to junior and senior)
If one doesn't get a "dean's vacation" (which in my school was what
happened when your grades were insufficient) one "rises"
I suppose it's an idiom, and different from "a sophomore on the rise"...
The term "rising" was being used fifty years ago when I went to college
in the East. A rising sophomore was someone who'd completed freshman
year and was about to start sophomore year but hadn't yet. It's not
some bizarre feel-good thing in California.
Ah, so "pre-sophomore" then. Thanks.
Post by A Friend
As someone here said, now she's a dropout.
Ooo! Ooooooo! Mr. Kotter! Me! Me!!
You get ice cream!

I'm a college drop out. Went two years then couldn't figure out a major,
so left to discover my path.
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Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was
bogus?
And how the Hell is she a "rising sophomore"?...
It's California... 'nuff said!
Presumably in the author's opinion one rises from freshman to
sophomore (and presumably from there to junior and senior)
If one doesn't get a "dean's vacation" (which in my school was what
happened when your grades were insufficient) one "rises"
I suppose it's an idiom, and different from "a sophomore on the rise"...
The term "rising" was being used fifty years ago when I went to college
in the East. A rising sophomore was someone who'd completed freshman
year and was about to start sophomore year but hadn't yet. It's not
some bizarre feel-good thing in California.
Ah, so "pre-sophomore" then. Thanks.
Post by A Friend
As someone here said, now she's a dropout.
Ooo! Ooooooo! Mr. Kotter! Me! Me!!
You get ice cream!
I'm a college drop out. Went two years then couldn't figure out a major,
so left to discover my path.
I dropped out and dropped back in after working a couple years and
accidentally fell into animation my last semester. :D
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Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her
admission was
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bogus?
And how the Hell is she a "rising sophomore"?...
It's California... 'nuff said!
Presumably in the author's opinion one rises from freshman to
sophomore (and presumably from there to junior and senior)
If one doesn't get a "dean's vacation" (which in my school was what
happened when your grades were insufficient) one "rises"
I suppose it's an idiom, and different from "a sophomore on the rise"...
The term "rising" was being used fifty years ago when I went to college
in the East. A rising sophomore was someone who'd completed freshman
year and was about to start sophomore year but hadn't yet. It's not
some bizarre feel-good thing in California.
Ah, so "pre-sophomore" then. Thanks.
Post by A Friend
As someone here said, now she's a dropout.
Ooo! Ooooooo! Mr. Kotter! Me! Me!!
You get ice cream!
I'm a college drop out. Went two years then couldn't figure out a major,
so left to discover my path.
I dropped out and dropped back in after working a couple years and
accidentally fell into animation my last semester. :D
I dropped out twice! I outrank *both* of you!
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Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her
admission was
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bogus?
And how the Hell is she a "rising sophomore"?...
It's California... 'nuff said!
Presumably in the author's opinion one rises from freshman to
sophomore (and presumably from there to junior and senior)
If one doesn't get a "dean's vacation" (which in my school was what
happened when your grades were insufficient) one "rises"
I suppose it's an idiom, and different from "a sophomore on the
rise"...
The term "rising" was being used fifty years ago when I went to college
in the East. A rising sophomore was someone who'd completed freshman
year and was about to start sophomore year but hadn't yet. It's not
some bizarre feel-good thing in California.
Ah, so "pre-sophomore" then. Thanks.
Post by A Friend
As someone here said, now she's a dropout.
Ooo! Ooooooo! Mr. Kotter! Me! Me!!
You get ice cream!
I'm a college drop out. Went two years then couldn't figure out a major,
so left to discover my path.
I dropped out and dropped back in after working a couple years and
accidentally fell into animation my last semester. :D
I dropped out twice! I outrank *both* of you!
heh

Hey, I can't even prove I actually graduated! So there!
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Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her
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bogus?
And how the Hell is she a "rising sophomore"?...
It's California... 'nuff said!
Presumably in the author's opinion one rises from freshman to
sophomore (and presumably from there to junior and senior)
If one doesn't get a "dean's vacation" (which in my school was
what
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happened when your grades were insufficient) one "rises"
I suppose it's an idiom, and different from "a sophomore on the
rise"...
The term "rising" was being used fifty years ago when I went to college
in the East. A rising sophomore was someone who'd completed freshman
year and was about to start sophomore year but hadn't yet. It's not
some bizarre feel-good thing in California.
Ah, so "pre-sophomore" then. Thanks.
Post by A Friend
As someone here said, now she's a dropout.
Ooo! Ooooooo! Mr. Kotter! Me! Me!!
You get ice cream!
I'm a college drop out. Went two years then couldn't figure out a major,
so left to discover my path.
I dropped out and dropped back in after working a couple years and
accidentally fell into animation my last semester. :D
I dropped out twice! I outrank *both* of you!
heh
Hey, I can't even prove I actually graduated! So there!
I figure (I mean, I hope) that the school has a record of that, because
I tossed my diploma in the closet right after I got it, and it might
have been lost or thrown away during a move. (I did look at it once,
the day I got it, just to see if they'd spelled my name right and put
the s.c.l. on there like they were supposed to, and they had.) If the
diploma still exists, the envelope it's in is probably loaded with
20th-century cat dander.
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bogus?
And how the Hell is she a "rising sophomore"?...
It's California... 'nuff said!
Presumably in the author's opinion one rises from freshman to
sophomore (and presumably from there to junior and senior)
If one doesn't get a "dean's vacation" (which in my school was
what
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happened when your grades were insufficient) one "rises"
I suppose it's an idiom, and different from "a sophomore on the
rise"...
The term "rising" was being used fifty years ago when I went to
college
in the East. A rising sophomore was someone who'd completed freshman
year and was about to start sophomore year but hadn't yet. It's not
some bizarre feel-good thing in California.
Ah, so "pre-sophomore" then. Thanks.
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As someone here said, now she's a dropout.
Ooo! Ooooooo! Mr. Kotter! Me! Me!!
You get ice cream!
I'm a college drop out. Went two years then couldn't figure out a major,
so left to discover my path.
I dropped out and dropped back in after working a couple years and
accidentally fell into animation my last semester. :D
I dropped out twice! I outrank *both* of you!
heh
Hey, I can't even prove I actually graduated! So there!
I figure (I mean, I hope) that the school has a record of that, because
I tossed my diploma in the closet right after I got it, and it might
have been lost or thrown away during a move. (I did look at it once,
the day I got it, just to see if they'd spelled my name right and put
the s.c.l. on there like they were supposed to, and they had.) If the
diploma still exists, the envelope it's in is probably loaded with
20th-century cat dander.
I ended the semester a credit short or something, and they give you two
choices: you can attend the regular graduation with your friends and
classmates and get a blank (or in some way bogus) diploma and they'll send
you the real one after summer school, or you can do the summer school and
then graduate the next year. Having no intention of coming back a year later
just for ceremony, I took the first option. If they ever sent anything, they
sent to to my parents, and I never saw it. I might have the bogus one packed
down with mom's stuff in storage. Or in one of the locked file cabinets we
put away intact.
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The Horny Goat
2019-08-13 06:22:33 UTC
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I'm a college drop out. Went two years then couldn't figure out a major,
so left to discover my path.
I dropped out and dropped back in after working a couple years and
accidentally fell into animation my last semester. :D
I came woefully close to a 'dean's vacation' due to over-emphasis on
extra-curriculars and it took an extra year to get my degree though I
finished with a B average. Worked for two years then went to business
school where I came as close to Dean's List as could be without
actually achieving it.
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2019-08-13 11:08:52 UTC
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I'm a college drop out. Went two years then couldn't figure out a major,
so left to discover my path.
I dropped out and dropped back in after working a couple years and
accidentally fell into animation my last semester. :D
I came woefully close to a 'dean's vacation' due to over-emphasis on
extra-curriculars and it took an extra year to get my degree though I
finished with a B average. Worked for two years then went to business
school where I came as close to Dean's List as could be without
actually achieving it.
:)
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2019-08-13 06:23:10 UTC
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Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was bogus?
And how the Hell is she a "rising sophomore"?...
It's California... 'nuff said!
Presumably in the author's opinion one rises from freshman to
sophomore (and presumably from there to junior and senior)
If one doesn't get a "dean's vacation" (which in my school was what
happened when your grades were insufficient) one "rises"
I suppose it's an idiom, and different from "a sophomore on the rise"...
The term "rising" was being used fifty years ago when I went to college
in the East. A rising sophomore was someone who'd completed freshman
year and was about to start sophomore year but hadn't yet. It's not
some bizarre feel-good thing in California.
That was real? Thanks
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As someone here said, now she's a dropout.
anim
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2019-08-13 11:09:15 UTC
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Why the Hell was she still there after it came out her admission was
bogus?
And how the Hell is she a "rising sophomore"?...
It's California... 'nuff said!
Presumably in the author's opinion one rises from freshman to
sophomore (and presumably from there to junior and senior)
If one doesn't get a "dean's vacation" (which in my school was what
happened when your grades were insufficient) one "rises"
I suppose it's an idiom, and different from "a sophomore on the rise"...
The term "rising" was being used fifty years ago when I went to college
in the East. A rising sophomore was someone who'd completed freshman
year and was about to start sophomore year but hadn't yet. It's not
some bizarre feel-good thing in California.
That was real? Thanks
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As someone here said, now she's a dropout.
anim
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