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    Unhappy Last Offical Day

    Now i know we all hate thoes "im leaving" crap post but this is not one of them


    This post is just a post for me to look back on later.. This is the very last time i will ever be on antionline from my high school... If not the last day i step foot in this building..

    ive said my good byes to my teachers and friends that i will probly never see again... and i just want this to basicly a reminder of how quickly time goes by... People will tell u that your senior year of high school will go by the quickest and u might just brush it off but it is so damn true.. i truley am going to miss this place and most the people in it specially thoes hot girls that walk by in the hot days and all the time you send worring what is going to be on the final and if u will pass but its all worth it in the end...

    Well a warning to all you high school students out there dont wish these days away and take each day in and learn from it cause i SWEAR to you... te person you are in 9th grade will deffinitly not be the same person you are the day you graduate

    Good bye school

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    hehe yeah.. i'd say the best days of my life were when i was in 9th to 10th grade.. best times of my life.. i dont know but before... i seem to hate HS.. but now.. im startin to miss it.. nothing can compare to my HS days..

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    i just got my invitation to my 20 year HS reunion... ...i know a lot of you young-uns here think school sucks...but like a lot of things..it's what you make it...and real life can suck worse...hehe
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    /me comforts zigar
    Next year is 10 years for me....

    I really don't miss highschool that much. I miss college a LOT more.
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    I haven't gone to any of my reunions. Why they hell would I want to see a bunch of middle-aged wannabe successful people. Of course the guys that were jocks will have really bad comb-overs and bad breath.....the queens of the school will probably be hippos with horrible lil' brats at home.

    I did have allot of fun in high school but i certainly don't miss it. I love where I am right now and where I'm going, that's the adventure. You know, I'll reminisce when i'm old, sitting in a rocking chair on the porch of my old house like 50 years from now. I'm too young to look back now.......
    Mankind have a great aversion to intellectual labor; but even supposing knowledge to be easily attainable, more people would be content to be ignorant than would take even a little trouble to acquire it.
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    yep.. once ur finished skool.. ur out in the real world.. which is a lot more tougher and sucks than ur calculus exams in HS...

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    I had my 15 year class reunion last year (class 0f 86). People realy can change a lot in 15 years. As well, sorry to say, some of them had passed on. The hard part was seeing my high school love that I ditched for the military. She's married and has a great family now. Could have been me. Oh well. We live, we learn.
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    my best year was my senior year. Everything went right
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    The only thing I regret about high school is not going to my senior prom, and also not realizing how easy life was then. Now that Im out on my own, and working to pay the bills... UGH.. I graduated in 95. Has it been that long already?!
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    NetSyn good luck and you are a wise young man, and next year will attend my first reunion cause I planned it that way 30 years ago. With humor I can say as an old hippie one thing is constant always and the term has not change jocks LOL. If we did not have jocks who would sell insurance? After all in the real world a daycare fight one gets sued just cause they can, and the grid line is always there Thing is after the years pass you won't hate any of them matter of fact as years pass I am told by former classmates how did not make it last year, and after 30 years I just want to see who lived as long as I did LOL, cause I delt with the same stuff they did, mortage payments, insurance, healthcare, births, deaths...the stuff called life it is not fair not supposed to be cause if all is fair and equal it would not be life. Soooooo Good Going!
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