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School Memes For The Mostly Educated

Sure, there are history memes for the already learned and work memes for those of us who made it out, but there remains a festering pile of memories in everyone regarding their time in school. The horrible group projects, the cringeworthy presentations, the stressful tests and the absurdity of it all left marks on all of us. Some of those marks are somewhat nice, like this nostalgic thread on elementary school, but a lot of them are just scars.

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Times People Cheated and Got Away With It

Cheating on tests or in life is dishonorable, underhanded, and inherently compelling. People are fixated on bending the rules in clever ways, and there are some loopholes people exploited for years. For an amazing loophole there's this person whose dry ice loophole made a mockery of a robotics competition.

Stories of people cheating on tests and getting away with it. | Bill_r_i 183 points 4 days ago Everytime had write book report high school wrote on same book never fully read. Used book at least 4 times
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28 Assorted Memes That'll Euthanize Your Boredom

Feeling like your life has no meaning, or that you're just going through the motions? Take a lil meme break with this assortment of mildly to moderately funny pics!

Funny random memes to put your boredom to sleep peacefully, without a fuss or a fight
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A 17-year-old Idaho student reportedly hired someone to overwhelm his school districts computer system with a Distributed Denial of Service attack. A spokesperson for the school district told KTVB that the DDoS attack restricted many schools access to the internet but did not go after any student's data. The general havoc caused by the interruption of service at schools caused many students to lose their work while taking the Idaho Standard Achievement tests. You might think that getting to take a break from standardized testing would be cause to celebrate but that is not the case. Some kids have had to re-take the test more than once during the week and a half that the DDoS attacks took place. The student responsible has been suspended and recommended for expulsion. The teen will most likely serve up to 180 days in a juvenile detention center for the state felony charge that this offense carries and may be facing federal felony charges as well.

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