hmm..am i the only high school sophmore here?

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  1. Song

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    am i the only high school sophmore here, because i realized that there are very intelligent people here with high degrees..

    i guess i'm the only "teen" i guess...
     
  2. mozikluv

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    hi song,

    welcome aboard :)

    you are not the only one who is still a high school kid. it's good your starting early enthusiasm for electronics. :)
     
  3. Song

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    thanks for replying!! *^o^* !!!!!!!!!!!
     
  4. doggiedoc

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    I wish I'd discovered my love for electronics when I was a sophmore in high school! I'm I little late to the game now, but still love it!

    Oh, welcome aboard!
     
  5. Firestorm

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    :) Finally some1 my age around here lol...I am also a sophomore in HS. Just keep at electronics :D
    thx l8er

    -fire
     
  6. ifrythings

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    I'm in high school too, It gets intresting when you have a new teacher that only knows electronics for vehicles, I have to show him how everything works.

    And I also work at an electronic repair shop even though I don't have any degrres or things like that.
     
  7. Ron H

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    I was a sophomore in 1956-57....
    50 yeres ago I cun't evn spel enjunir - tody I R wun
     
  8. Firestorm

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    lol- every1 was a sophomore at some pt. in time...
    what does your last line mean Ron?
    thx l8er

    -fire
     
  9. Ron H

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    Translated, it means "50 years ago I couldn't even spell engineer, and today I am one". It's an really old joke (the original started out "six months ago...") which points out the fact that many engineers used to get through college (and probably still do) without learning grammar and spelling.
     
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