Profile overview for burning_code.
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1 submissions to TIL

This user has so far shared a total of 1 links, started a total of 0 discussions and submitted a total of 9 comments.

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Submissions: This user has upvoted 7 and downvoted 0 submissions.

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deleted by user submitted by deleted to news

burning_code 0 points 7 points (+7|-0) ago

Common Core Hurts Our Children submitted by dogface22 to news

burning_code 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago

How much does the CCSS control how you teach? I understand you have to teach to the test but does it also control lesson plans?

Howdy voat! Doughboy, here checking in from Dallas! submitted by Pillcitydoughboy to introductions

burning_code 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago

Nice to know the big D has a small Voatherd.

3 lowest rated comments:

What did they do this time? submitted by Atko to announcements

burning_code 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

VOAT PLEASE BE Up July 10th. I know winter is coming but I promise not all of us wildlings happen to be trolls. We seek a new home. For me I just want a place to discuss the news uncensored. Please allow the Forum to prosper.

TIL that the word Bankruptcy might of been derived from the Italian custom of breaking the desk of money changers to symbolize his insolvency. submitted by burning_code to TIL

burning_code 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Big business bail outs would be allot more interesting if they continued this custom today.

TIL that the word Bankruptcy might of been derived from the Italian custom of breaking the desk of money changers to symbolize his insolvency. submitted by burning_code to TIL

burning_code 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Still a little new to community Corporal but might I thought might would be fine. As this is a forum of discourse I feel like it pass the test of the Three Sieves.

JIC your not philosophy buff I am let me share the story.

One day, the old wise Socrates walks down the streets, when all of the sudden a man runs up to him "Socrates I have to tell you something about your friend who..." "Hold up" Socrates interrupts him "About the story you're about to tell me, did you put it trough the three sieves?" "Three sieves?" The man asks "What three sieves?" "Let's try it" Socrates says. "The first sieve is the one of truth, did you examine what you were about to tell me if it is true?" Socrates asks. "Well no, I just overheard it" The man says. "Ah, well then you have used the second sieve, the sieve of good?" Socrates asks "Is it something good what you're about to tell me?" "Ehm no, on the contrary" the man answers. "Hmmm" The wise man says "Let's use the third sieve then, is it necessary to tell me what you're so exited about?" "No not necessary" the man says. "Well" Socrates says with a smile "If the story you're about to tell me isn't true, good or necessary, just forget it and don't bother me with it."

Hopefully you found it good and entertaining. Though you might disagree.