This user has mostly submitted to the following subverses (showing top 5):
11 submissions to AskVoat
5 submissions to ideasforvoat
5 submissions to theredpill
4 submissions to gaming
2 submissions to ELI5
This user has so far shared a total of 18 links, started a total of 28 discussions and submitted a total of 1813 comments.
Submissions: This user has upvoted 7955 and downvoted 24 submissions.
Comments: This user has upvoted 3967 and downvoted 163 comments.
5 highest rated submissions:
Definitely a winning idea put forth in a humorous manner., submitted: 9/29/2017 2:22:24 PM, 190 points (+191|-1)
If you want to see what it is like behind the horror that is Windows, click here. Former Microsoft employee gives insight into how screwed Microsoft really is. [IMAGE], submitted: 7/2/2016 5:37:38 AM, 144 points (+148|-4)
I can hide all NSFW content with an option in my profile. Why can't I do the same for SFW content?, submitted: 1/15/2016 12:55:07 AM, 109 points (+109|-0)
Hot asian girl likes ketchup and fries a bit much.... Watch til the end., submitted: 4/20/2017 11:50:27 PM, 39 points (+47|-8)
Voat, how do I learn to read again?, submitted: 7/31/2015 7:25:20 AM, 34 points (+35|-1)
5 lowest rated submissions:
New York Times - Verbatim: A series of sketches using court records exactly as written that re-enacting scenes that contain a surprising amount of humor., submitted: 8/24/2017 5:50:34 PM, 0 points (+1|-1)
Pecs dancing at 3200 FPS, submitted: 7/11/2015 11:18:38 AM, 1 points (+1|-0)
ELI5: What does Stars Wars currently consider "canon" now that Disney owns it?, submitted: 8/1/2015 7:39:20 AM, 1 points (+1|-0)
In the US, how are tips that are written on Merchant's copy of the receipt handled in a restaurant?, submitted: 8/4/2015 1:07:00 AM, 1 points (+2|-1)
Little Person (Synecdoche, New York), submitted: 4/1/2017 5:35:17 PM, 1 points (+1|-0)
3 highest rated comments:
TremorAcePV 1 points 67 points 68 points (+68|-1) ago
Bartender: What will you have?
Muslim: Shots for everybody!
shamelessly stolen from somewhere that I sincerely don't remember.
TremorAcePV 0 points 38 points 38 points (+38|-0) ago
This is how I am.
No way am I paying for satellite or some streaming service when I don't want most of what I'd get through them. But I'd rather not wait either.
Where are the a la carte services for new shows? Answer: There are none (AFAIK). Mainly because of deals that prevent that kind of thing from happening.
TremorAcePV 0 points 35 points 35 points (+35|-0) ago
I think this is a very relevant issue for whoever might want to decide the election.
If they block both trump and bernie from running, and enough of both supporters go 3rd party out of spite, 3rd party could be a real contender.
3 lowest rated comments:
TremorAcePV 10 points -8 points 2 points (+2|-10) ago
In case people don't know, the show is of course Top Gear.
That gun is a breech loaded gun. That's how you check if it's loaded. By looking down the barrel.
TremorAcePV 11 points -6 points 5 points (+5|-11) ago
I know people give Common Core Math shit because saying "you should do (20x10) - (20x2) to figure out what 18x2" sounds stupid, but there's a purpose in it.
Thinking outside the box. Higher level math requires that. Understanding that there are as many different ways of finding the answer to a math problem as there are numbers themselves is important.
I personally don't know how to long divide. I just learned intuitively as a child to guess and check once I realized I could do well enough with it. That screwed me over until calculators were used more in my classes.
Sure that will be confusing at first for a child, but if you can get the child to understand the concept of "Math problems have many ways to be solved. The goal is to find the easiest one." then they're gonna do better in things like college calculus, and pretty much any class where you have 20 equations and none of them give what you need directly, but a couple, reworked, give what you need indirectly.
Number Sense is a category in a special type of competitive academics where you must do all math in your head, but the math gets really crazy really fast and it's all about learning strange rules that work out well and refactoring problems so they're easy to deal with.
Then again, I grew up doing what common core math does (breaking problems into other problems that are easier individually), and I pretty much suck at the whole concept of reworking things to get my actual answer.
I was chastised for not showing my work, but I didn't know how to and I felt it slowed me down.
I wonder sometimes what my education would've been like if I had teachers who taught math how I felt it came easiest to me.
TremorAcePV 6 points -5 points 1 points (+1|-6) ago
Obesity is heavily tied to nutrition. Mal-nutritioned females, even if they consume few calories, tend to be obese.
As much as people may want to say it's calories in vs calories out, the body is way more complex than a simple statement like that.