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Going Down in Glory Silver 15/10/2011(Sat)05:18:15 No.1017412   
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This is Going Down in Glory by Tokifuji.
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Going Down in Glory Silver 15/10/2011(Sat)05:18:34 No.1017413
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Silver 15/10/2011(Sat)05:20:31 No.1017420
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That's all. Have fun.
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Furrynomous 15/10/2011(Sat)06:49:21 No.1017470
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holy shit he broke the lock. IS NOT POSSIBLE.
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Silver 15/10/2011(Sat)07:04:00 No.1017472
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>>1017470

Must've been a flimsy lock.
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Furrynomous 16/10/2011(Sun)12:46:40 No.1017501
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You can break a lot of them if you pull sharp enough, don't need a whole lot of strength.
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Pop 16/10/2011(Sun)01:46:19 No.1017505
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I can't wait for a continuation!
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Furrynomous 16/10/2011(Sun)02:18:00 No.1017506
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>>1017501
yes, of course. I bet you break bathroom locks just to get the strength to break bathroom locks in your spare time because clearly you have such great experience of doing so.

(I'M SURE HE DOES)
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Palhinuk 16/10/2011(Sun)04:25:49 No.1017581
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>>1017472

Ever been to a public high school? The locks on those stalls would break if you breathed on them wrong.
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Pop 16/10/2011(Sun)04:34:39 No.1017583
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>>1017581
Totally true. Half the time you can't even lock them because the door is messed up. :(
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Furrynomous 17/10/2011(Mon)04:18:12 No.1017637
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None of the stalls at my old high school even had doors anymore lol
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furry cod god 17/10/2011(Mon)05:25:48 No.1017644
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private schools ftw.

i don't use public restrooms. they is gross. but if i did, i would've at my school. lol
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Furrynomous 18/10/2011(Tue)04:59:53 No.1017814
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>>1017644

Your private school education really shows itself!
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furry cod god 18/10/2011(Tue)09:22:45 No.1017833
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>>1017814

lol u jelly?
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Pop 20/10/2011(Thu)12:29:56 No.1018005
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>>1017814
I went to private school up until the 12th grade, and let me assure you, not everyone who goes to private school is smart. Just a bit more wealthy than the average Joe.

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furry cod god 20/10/2011(Thu)01:04:21 No.1018007
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>>1018005

not necessarily, some people just prefer the idea of private school to public schools. the "sheltered environment." doesn't necessarily mean they're a bit more wealthy, some private schools are fairly cheap, but what it really boils down to is that the end year cost is similar to a day care for a reasonable school.
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Furrynomous 20/10/2011(Thu)03:49:08 No.1018020
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Is there ever going to be more?
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Silver 20/10/2011(Thu)07:13:42 No.1018035
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>>1018020

I believe this comic was made fairly recently, so you might have to wait a bit for the sequel.
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Angus 22/10/2011(Sat)01:37:28 No.1018543
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>>1018007
But it is tre that Private schools require money to attend. So not every bOdy can afford some of the better ones.
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furry cod god 23/10/2011(Sun)11:34:26 No.1018897
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>>1018543

most private schools are about the same. I went to four, 2 in 1-6, and 2 in high school. They all had similar curriculum, similarly good teachers, and preppy spoiled douche bags with a worldly sense of self entitlement. In college, we call them frat boys.

And I'm friends with too damn many of them. fml :l
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Goo 05/11/2011(Sat)11:26:05 No.1021009
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when's the next part coming out??
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Overpaid Education 23/8/2012(Thu)10:50:19 No.1088691
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I went to Private Catholic Grade School and all boys High School... You want to talk about douchebags? Add religious zealots, cock jokes every 2 minutes and overpaid teachers who tell you you're going to hell just cause you wore the asklepian symbol as a necklace. Though the fact that about 10% of the school were closet homo's was kinda nice.
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Furrynomous 23/8/2012(Thu)07:06:12 No.1088759
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That's the caduceus.
<This is the rod of Asclepius
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Rags 24/8/2012(Fri)04:40:18 No.1088919
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Rags 24/8/2012(Fri)04:47:10 No.1088920
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>>1088691

I went to an all boy's Catholic High School for four years.

I'm twenty years old and I make over $30,000 a year on that high school education alone. Catholic High Schools are the best high schools in the country. You can't do better in terms of what you're going to learn and where they're going to get you. My first year of college was literally things I learned in the freshman and sophomore years of high school.

But I REALLY laughed when you said that they have overpaid teachers. The teachers I had made no more than $20,000 a year, I guarantee you that. For the most part, most private school teachers in a high school don't make jack shit.

They're there because they want to be there and because they want to teach. In my years in my Catholic school there was no religiously motivated hatred of any religion, any sexuality, or anything. The teachers there are the most, like most Catholics, tolerant and kind people you could ever get to teach young men.

Not only that but going by statistics alone people that actually attend and graduate Catholic Schools have immensely higher rates of college attendance and completion.

(Also, you'll get cock jokes everywhere, anywhere, and no matter where. It's a building full of male teenagers. Don't say that since it's a Catholic School magically makes it have more cock jokes. Don't be so naive.)
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Furrynomous 24/8/2012(Fri)05:43:53 No.1088929
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I went to a Catholic College Prep school, and quite frankly, I have no idea what the hell some of you are smoking. It's all Catholic. No religious zealots. And some of the teachers there are some of the most kind and helpful I could ask for.

(and just so you know, being in an all-guys school has little effect on your sexual preferences or libido, believe it or not. Take my word for it)
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Furrynomous 24/8/2012(Fri)11:54:09 No.1088968
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WTF! HAHAHA I make 25k a year working at burger king LMFAO yah Catholoic schools...home of the alter boys XD you shouldn't be proud of that. Religious schools have the highest teen pregnancy rates, and abortion incidentally...30k a year, that's not something you should flaunt as the result of a school bro, w/e college you went to must have been pretty bad anyone making 30k a year going after college needs to go back and get a better degree in something that makes more then minimum wage burger flippers bro. <- Not flaming, reality check 101
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Dew 24/8/2012(Fri)12:11:39 No.1088970
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>>1088968

He didn't go to college from what I've read. If there's anyone who needs to go back to school, it'd be you (just sayin'). And I doubt teenage pregnancies and abortions have anything to do with whatever kind of school you're in. Dumb teens will always be dumb teens.

I've also met more religious zealots in my time in public than in the Catholic school. The real annoying ones were the Jehovan's. But it can also be a bit bothersome when you go about and say you don't go to church to everyone around you (which I tried and received the expected results).

But despite anything I say, there will never be a correct generalized say on what Catholic schools are like. Some will be good while others I guess would be like what others would be raging about.
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Furrynomous 25/8/2012(Sat)08:34:15 No.1089152
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>>1088920

> Retards making sweeping objective statements based off their personal experience in school

By the sounds of it none of you had a good education.
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Furrynomous 25/8/2012(Sat)12:39:53 No.1089219
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cause we all know how accurate the history and science courses in Catholic schools are haha
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Furrynomous 25/8/2012(Sat)04:01:44 No.1089283
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>>1088920

> Not only that but going by statistics alone people that actually attend and graduate Catholic Schools have immensely higher rates of college attendance and completion.

Studies frequently show that this has more to do with the loopholes they have for selections (can discriminate on arbitrary religious basis) which enables them review backgrounds and pick students and teachers whom will be more likely to perform. Thus the ultimate irony is that catholic schools' higher performance has less to do with quality of education rather it is their unfair exclusion of the poor and disenfranchised.

"There is no unambiguous performance advantage of faith schools that cannot be attributed purely to selection" - Gibbons and Silvia; commissioned by the dept of education and skills.

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Furrynomous 25/8/2012(Sat)04:59:15 No.1089286
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I am one more person who went to a private catholic elementary school and highschool.
My parents weren't religious, they just wanted to see me me with the rich and influential crowd. (Guess how that worked out. I am studying CS and spending my free time on a gay furry imageboard.)

Nearly had homosex with someone there, still loving him and keeping an eye on him. I'll offer him programming tutoring that'll end like any porn comic titled "private tutoring".

/gc/ - facebook and blogging
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Chasehusky 25/8/2012(Sat)06:03:52 No.1089290
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> Catholic High Schools are the best high schools in the country. You can't do better in terms of what you're going to learn and where they're going to get you.

Yes, you can do much better than Catholic high schools.

To elaborate, I matriculated at a prototype charter high school, with a total student population that fluctuated between 100 and 125, that was based at a university. Instead of taking classes taught by in-house instructors, we enrolled, full time and at no charge, in the same courses that were available to the greater student body. Moreover, we were allowed to set our own schedule, including during the summer months; granted, the administrators preferred that we stayed on campus at least 30 hours per week, so as to not incur financial penalties from the state.

In any event, while we had increased course requirements, due to the fact that we had to comply with the state's high school graduation guidelines, it was relatively easy to finish with one or two S.B.s or A.B.s by the time most others in their age group were finishing high school. For example, my class' valedictorian went through the pre-med curriculum and left with an S.B. in Chemistry, maxima cum laude, while our salutatorian earned an S.B. in Computer Science and an A.B. in Statistics, both egregia cum laude. As for myself, I was able to complete an S.B. Electrical Engineering and an S.B. Computer Engineering, both summa cum laude, and was missing all of around 6 courses and 3 labs needed for an S.B. Biology.

As for our opportunities afterward, they were manifold. My class' valedictorian was admitted, with a full ride, to the medical school at UPenn and is now a researcher there. Our salutatorian went to the SEAS at Harvard, on a full fellowship, and later was hired at Goldman Sachs with obscenely high starting salary of $375k annum. I wound up at WashU for both an M.D. and an Sc.D. in Electrical Engineering, on both a fellowship and a research assistantship, but left before completing my dissertation and clinical rotations to pursue a Ph.D. in Applied Math at Yale. My other classmates, let alone those students that have graduated since I did, ended up at places like MIT, Princeton, Cornell, Columbia, Dartmouth, Brown, Stanford, UC-Berkeley, UIUC, and GaTech, with those in technology-related disciplines making well over $200k annum now.
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Furrynomous 25/8/2012(Sat)11:28:26 No.1089364
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Went to Catholic high school. The makeup consisted of Catholic kids, rich kids, middle-class to poor kids attempting to better themselves (my group), and thugs with rich parents who sent them there so they wouldn't burn down the public schools. Wasn't boarding and there was a very lax dress code, and once a month we had a school-wide Mass in the gym.

The teachers varied from poor to excellent, though the three best teachers got canned when I was a junior because they refused to give As & Bs undeservedly to the slackers so that the school could continue to claim it's high academic success rate or something (which included a large stipend from the diocese). So they got booted and I got to spend senior year with volunteer parents who knew less about the curricula than I did, and gave everybody As regardless of performance.

That bit me in the ass during college when I was at least a year behind everybody else in a lot of the gen ed subjects, leading to performance issues, anxiety, and a major depressive episode where I almost killed myself and had to drop out.

Of the other people that graduated in my class (of 50), the rich kids all unsurprisingly got into ivy league schools, the Catholic and middle/poor kids have had varying degrees of success but many are struggling through college or have dropped out, and the few thugs have continued to be thugs (one is now a cop in addition to being a thug).

Aside from a few outlier moments it was a thoroughly unpleasant experience and a waste of my parents' money.
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Furrynomous 26/8/2012(Sun)01:01:08 No.1089370
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Hence "Catholic." You're thinking about "Christian."

And yes, my Catholic school is liberal and acknowledges evolution, believe it or not. The key word here is "Catholic."
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Rags 26/8/2012(Sun)05:30:49 No.1089402
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Catholic schools teach the exact same curricular in science that a public school does. The teachers just don't suck at it and the standards are far higher.

There's literally no science that a Catholic school doesn't teach. If it's science, it gets taught. The Big Bang theory, in fact, was created by a Catholic priest.

Don't confuse Catholics with the Christian educational stereotype.
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Furrynomous 26/8/2012(Sun)10:04:26 No.1089430
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>>1089402

Stop using bullshit exaggerations like "immensely higher" and "far better". On average the difference, if it exists at all, is marginal - not to mention completely irrelevant from the standpoint of any individual.

One can be proud of the school he/she went to but you really need to get over yourself.
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Going Down In Glory Pt 2 Kst3xh 13/9/2012(Thu)03:15:02 No.1093679
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Going Down In Glory Pt 2 Kst3xh 13/9/2012(Thu)03:19:13 No.1093686
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Kst3xh 13/9/2012(Thu)03:21:04 No.1093687
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>>1093686

That's all we got for now! Enjoy!
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Furrynomous 08/10/2012(Mon)08:35:57 No.1100310
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can't wait for part3
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Furrynomous 13/1/2013(Sun)07:38:17 No.1125443
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part 3 anyone ?
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Rags 14/1/2013(Mon)02:59:12 No.1125509
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>>1125443

I've secretly had it on my computer for the last five weeks, but since you asked for it, allow me to go ahead and po...

ASKING FOR IT WON'T MAKE IT MATERIALIZE OUT OF TOKIFUJI'S ASSHOLE.

Sarcastically misleading comments finished. You may continue.
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T.F. McHole 14/1/2013(Mon)07:21:38 No.1125563
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>>1125509
I am Tokifuji's Asshole, and I have had the only copy of part 3 within me for several months now, but the pages are all stained and so the comic must be rewritten.
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H 16/1/2013(Wed)06:03:03 No.1126163
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>>1125563
XD my sides
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Furrynomous 05/6/2013(Wed)03:56:01 No.1161059
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>>1093684

There, I'm happy now. Do continue, boys~♫
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Furrynomous 06/6/2013(Thu)08:43:30 No.1161431
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dat name

"T.F. McHole"

XD

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