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Anonymous asked in Arts & HumanitiesBooks & Authors · 1 month ago

please help. College student. Was supposed to read States Boy Rebellion (Human Services Class)?

please help. College student. Was supposed to read States Boy Rebellion. Did not have enough time to get the book in time, due to funds. If you have read the book, please help!!

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    looks like you are just crying online, rather then offering a solid discussion of the book, which can be easily "googled", and even "cliff notes" and "spark" notes can be googled. surely, as a college student, you must know that is a source by this time in your studies.

    it is time to accept "personal responsibility" for your own life, and to stop whining to others and playing the victim.

    by-the-way isn't your book about victimizing others? so, personal responsibility leads to character development, but this is individual work, not a social exercise or a group-exercise.

    stop victimizing us with rationalization and intellectualization, try to self-actuate more.

    this is the same response as "andrew" , more or less, with whom i agree.

    Source(s): ayn rand: "anthem". b.f. skinner.
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  • Andrew
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Sorry. By some miracle you managed to get out of high school when you very likely didn't have any business walking away with a diploma. I'm not about to weigh the odds of you completing your degree, or even passing this course, but I will say that the odds of you finding some naive sap to do this assignment for you are lower than the odds of you being crowned the new Queen of Denmark next week. You've never used this account for anything other than trying to convince people to do your schoolwork for you. Spend less time posting work for other people to do and more time being responsible for your own studies. Procuring the materials required to complete your assignments is part of being a student. If you had a legitimate excuse for not obtaining the reading in time you'd have offered it up to your professor and received an extension if it was deemed to be a reasonable story. The fact that you didn't bother means your explanation is a bald faced lie. You saved yourself some money on the book, but you received a life lesson that only a big fat "F" can provide. Congratulations. 

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