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College, Music, and School: Bax Kapital Follow @bax_up Found this in a book- Cost of attending the University of Houston in 1975 $152.50 SCHEDULE FeES STATEMEN UNIVERSITY oF HouSTON U7 23 39 84 Fieat Cly National Bam 18 175 DATe 1 75 TR 77012 נ52. STUDENT COPY PAY THE AMOUNT. * 9:04 PM-13 Aug 2018 8,473 Retweets 22,474 Likes SCHEDULE FEE STATEMENT UNIVERSITY oF HoUSTON 180970 (CC 7-12) STUDENT NUMBER AND NAME (CC 13.36) TIME DAYS ROOM BLDG SECTION COURSE 11 2 211 212 331 6938 DEPT GR. HOURS SPA SPA SPA MTH MTH 3034 3063 5505 3884 4054 11130 1230 1 0100 0200 PM 11230 0130 PM T 3 0700 0830 PM T. TH 3 0530 0700 429 AH 1 28 427 A H 249 CO S R TOTAL 9 First City National Ban 16 1975 UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON DRAWING ACCOUN GENERAL FUND 18 CC 37-39 THIS STATEMENT MUST BE RETAINED IN YOUR POSSESSION AT ALL TIMES NOTE DATE 0 14 75 MAJOR BİOPHY GR COLLEGE NSM SEMESTERSPRING 1975 AMOUNT 50.00 22 50 2) REGULAR FEE DESCRIPTIONN CR TUITION STUDENT SERVICE FEE ACADEMIC BLDG. USE FEE HOUSTONIAN (OPTIONAL PARKING FEE CONTRACT 忘1WAIVERS LOANS 01 14 75 ATHLETIC TICKET BOOK (optional) tl CASH □ CHECK p-sis2.yo LATE REGISTRATION FEE STUDENT TEACHING FEE LABORATORY FEE TOTAL I$ 1S2-SD Date REQUIRED P. E. FEE e 00 M. S. UNIFORM FEE PRIVATE MUSIC FEE CO-OP ENGINEERING FEE TEX-PIRG TUPPERLAKE DR HOUSTO N TX 77042 152 50 ACTIVITY PAY THIS AMOUNT STUDENT COPY 2 3 4 567 8 Elisha @discountkyrie Follow Boomers really got an education for pennies and had the nerve to turn around and charge us 5-6 figures, Wow Found this in a book- Cost of attending the University of Houston in 1975: 152.50 Show this thread 2:00 PM - 14 Aug 2018 73,023 Retweets 201,662 Likes I Am Your Khaleesi @TheDejaKing Follow Just to put this in perspective... In 1975 the minimum wage was $2.10/hr. Today, while minimum wage is now about 3x higher, the cost of just one year of school is now 164x more expensive than the price in this picture. 霾:(sa same n san, nisu Bax Kapital E @bax-up Found this in a book- Cost of attending the University of Houston in 1975: $152.50 Show this thread 8:26 AM 14 Aug 2018 22,031 Retweets 43,077 Likes e%)A80D smoochuu: gahdamnpunk: This is why baby boomers think we can pay for school while having a part time job im so mad

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College, Music, and School: Bax Kapital Follow @bax_up Found this in a book- Cost of attending the University of Houston in 1975 $152.50 SCHEDULE FeES STATEMEN UNIVERSITY oF HouSTON U7 23 39 84 Fieat Cly National Bam 18 175 DATe 1 75 TR 77012 נ52. STUDENT COPY PAY THE AMOUNT. * 9:04 PM-13 Aug 2018 8,473 Retweets 22,474 Likes SCHEDULE FEE STATEMENT UNIVERSITY oF HoUSTON 180970 (CC 7-12) STUDENT NUMBER AND NAME (CC 13.36) TIME DAYS ROOM BLDG SECTION COURSE 11 2 211 212 331 6938 DEPT GR. HOURS SPA SPA SPA MTH MTH 3034 3063 5505 3884 4054 11130 1230 1 0100 0200 PM 11230 0130 PM T 3 0700 0830 PM T. TH 3 0530 0700 429 AH 1 28 427 A H 249 CO S R TOTAL 9 First City National Ban 16 1975 UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON DRAWING ACCOUN GENERAL FUND 18 CC 37-39 THIS STATEMENT MUST BE RETAINED IN YOUR POSSESSION AT ALL TIMES NOTE DATE 0 14 75 MAJOR BİOPHY GR COLLEGE NSM SEMESTERSPRING 1975 AMOUNT 50.00 22 50 2) REGULAR FEE DESCRIPTIONN CR TUITION STUDENT SERVICE FEE ACADEMIC BLDG. USE FEE HOUSTONIAN (OPTIONAL PARKING FEE CONTRACT 忘1WAIVERS LOANS 01 14 75 ATHLETIC TICKET BOOK (optional) tl CASH □ CHECK p-sis2.yo LATE REGISTRATION FEE STUDENT TEACHING FEE LABORATORY FEE TOTAL I$ 1S2-SD Date REQUIRED P. E. FEE e 00 M. S. UNIFORM FEE PRIVATE MUSIC FEE CO-OP ENGINEERING FEE TEX-PIRG TUPPERLAKE DR HOUSTO N TX 77042 152 50 ACTIVITY PAY THIS AMOUNT STUDENT COPY 2 3 4 567 8 Elisha @discountkyrie Follow Boomers really got an education for pennies and had the nerve to turn around and charge us 5-6 figures, Wow Found this in a book- Cost of attending the University of Houston in 1975: 152.50 Show this thread 2:00 PM - 14 Aug 2018 73,023 Retweets 201,662 Likes I Am Your Khaleesi @TheDejaKing Follow Just to put this in perspective... In 1975 the minimum wage was $2.10/hr. Today, while minimum wage is now about 3x higher, the cost of just one year of school is now 164x more expensive than the price in this picture. 霾:(sa same n san, nisu Bax Kapital E @bax-up Found this in a book- Cost of attending the University of Houston in 1975: $152.50 Show this thread 8:26 AM 14 Aug 2018 22,031 Retweets 43,077 Likes e%)A80D sushinfood: smoochuu: gahdamnpunk: This is why baby boomers think we can pay for school while having a part time job im so mad this is why they should all shut the hell up forever

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Apparently, Final Boss, and Party: thouartathaumaturgeharry G battlecrazed-axe-mage forgamers They should make a co- op game where you and a buddy go through many levels, leveling up and beating bosses But the final boss is each other You were my brother Player 2! crunchthedeerstroyer I one time did a campaign in DND where the entire party woke up in a trash heap, memories wiped, when a man in shining white armor approached them. He helped them up, healed them, and helped them escape what was essentially the dump and find their way into the sunlight. He told them of the tale of a wicked king of immense power who bargained for his abilities from a demon, hoping to save his kingdom, and succumbed to the evil after his wife died. The wife had a pearl necklace, and it was the man's duty to find those pearls, because they held a magic in them that could defeat the king This particular NPC was startlingly overpowered at first, right a long the levels of 6 while everyone else was just starting out, and he helped them along in the most dire situations, healing, defeating, and even resurrecting for them. There would be periods where he would be gone, and the party would have to face a crypt full of mummies together or dive into the deepest parts of the ocean and retrieve these milky white pearls that would give them the ability to help their friend and defeat the wicked king. Slowly, their memories came back to them, and that was a stark comfort for them, but the entire time, there seemed to be a piece missing After they retrieved 5 pearls (they broke the 6th one), they journied with the man to the wicked king's castle, and fought their way through endless ranks of guards, undead, demons, and even a lich, until they made their way to the sacred bed chamber of the king, that they all remembered the story of from before they had awoken in that garbage pile They opened the doors, only to find it empty save the usual furniture, marred by scratches and the ancient scrawl of demons. The man in the white armor sighed and walked into the bedroom. And his armor changed from white to pitch black, and the whole party remembered suddenly. That was the face of the wicked king, the face that smiled at them whenever he healed them, the face that looked stern as they suggested stupids things to find the pearls. Apparently, in lapses of the demon's control, the king had found a way to set him self up for defeat, by bringing his wive's pearls along with brave, powerful warriors. Every absence he felt was where he had to return to the demon's control and become the wicked king again, but he was determined to fight himself, to rid his own evil from the world, to end this curse of immortality and see his loved one again. I made the party fight the final boss, and they saw the eyes of a friend They all cried, and I am no longer allowed to DM for them. fuckyeahsnackables GLORIOUS. battlecrazed-axe- mage Excellent DMing! Source: forgamers 23,729 notes Great DD campaign
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Apparently, Final Boss, and Party: thouartathaumaturgeharry G battlecrazed-axe-mage forgamers They should make a co- op game where you and a buddy go through many levels, leveling up and beating bosses But the final boss is each other You were my brother Player 2! crunchthedeerstroyer I one time did a campaign in DND where the entire party woke up in a trash heap, memories wiped, when a man in shining white armor approached them. He helped them up, healed them, and helped them escape what was essentially the dump and find their way into the sunlight. He told them of the tale of a wicked king of immense power who bargained for his abilities from a demon, hoping to save his kingdom, and succumbed to the evil after his wife died. The wife had a pearl necklace, and it was the man's duty to find those pearls, because they held a magic in them that could defeat the king This particular NPC was startlingly overpowered at first, right a long the levels of 6 while everyone else was just starting out, and he helped them along in the most dire situations, healing, defeating, and even resurrecting for them. There would be periods where he would be gone, and the party would have to face a crypt full of mummies together or dive into the deepest parts of the ocean and retrieve these milky white pearls that would give them the ability to help their friend and defeat the wicked king. Slowly, their memories came back to them, and that was a stark comfort for them, but the entire time, there seemed to be a piece missing After they retrieved 5 pearls (they broke the 6th one), they journied with the man to the wicked king's castle, and fought their way through endless ranks of guards, undead, demons, and even a lich, until they made their way to the sacred bed chamber of the king, that they all remembered the story of from before they had awoken in that garbage pile They opened the doors, only to find it empty save the usual furniture, marred by scratches and the ancient scrawl of demons. The man in the white armor sighed and walked into the bedroom. And his armor changed from white to pitch black, and the whole party remembered suddenly. That was the face of the wicked king, the face that smiled at them whenever he healed them, the face that looked stern as they suggested stupids things to find the pearls. Apparently, in lapses of the demon's control, the king had found a way to set him self up for defeat, by bringing his wive's pearls along with brave, powerful warriors. Every absence he felt was where he had to return to the demon's control and become the wicked king again, but he was determined to fight himself, to rid his own evil from the world, to end this curse of immortality and see his loved one again. I made the party fight the final boss, and they saw the eyes of a friend They all cried, and I am no longer allowed to DM for them. fuckyeahsnackables GLORIOUS. battlecrazed-axe- mage Excellent DMing! Source: forgamers 23,729 notes Great DD campaign
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Anaconda, Apparently, and Ash: undercover-underdog For those of you who don't know, I work at an anarchist co-op coffee shop Apparently, all the Chicano/Cholo boys in my neighborhood have caught on the the fact that I sneak food and stuff to all the little punk kids and homeless kids at the coffee shop There are three in particular who call me Mom Not Mami, not Ma, Mom The rest refer to me as "Miss" They've decided to always have one of the three of them there with me on my night shifts. (Especially after they witnessed the last bad shift where I had to kick a bunch of tweakers out. Said tweakers lit my fucking bulletin board on fire.) Tonight, one of the boys actually charged up a crackhead who wouldn't get out when I told him to leave About an hour later, I was emptying bus tubs when that same lovely boy walked in and wetted a wash rag. I asked what he was doing and he told me not to worry. So, I went about my business, doing dishes, bussing the main dining tables, etc. I'd left a broom in the smoking room and a fresh trash bag in the bathroom for once I was done with the dishes When I walked out, everything was spotless and the trash had been replaced. He'd wiped all my tables, swept, mopped, and emptied all the ash trays He'd also picked the lock on the bathroom so his friend could take out the trash for me. (Which l'm not sure whether l should scold him for. Haha) They snuck around and did my closing shift duties to thank me for keeping them warm and fed I'm fucking crying spaffy-jimble Kindness begets kindness orc-lady-unabi Picking a lock so you can take out trash for someone who's nice to you is the most chaotic good thing i've ever heard. <3 Source: undercover-underdog 100,519 notes Jul 19th, 2018 Kindness is punk as fuck
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Apparently, Final Boss, and Party: thouartathaumaturgeharry battlecrazed-axe-mage forgamers They should make a co- op game where you and a buddy go through many levels, leveling up and beating bosses But the nal boss is each other You were my brother Player 2! crunchthedeerstroyer I one time did a campaign in DND where the entire party woke up in a trash heap, memories wiped, when a man in shining white armor approached them. He helped them up healed them, and helped them escape what was essentially the dump and find their way into the sunlight. He told them of the tale of a wicked king of immense power who bargained for his abilities from a demon, hoping to save his kingdom, and succumbed to the evil after his wife died. The wife had a pearl necklace, and it was the man's duty to find those pearls, because they held a magic in them that could defeat the king This particular NPC was startlingly overpowered at first, right a long the levels of 6 while everyone else was just starting out, and he helped them along in the most dire situations, healing, defeating, and even resurrecting for them. There would be periods where he would be gone, and the party would have to face a crypt full of mummies together or dive into the deepest parts of the ocean and retrieve these milky white pearls that would give them the ability to help their friend and defeat the wicked king. Slowly, their memories came back to them, and that was a stark comfort for them, but the entire time there seemed to be a piece missing After they retrieved 5 pearls (they broke the 6th one), they journied with the man to the wicked king's castle, and fought their way through endless ranks of guards, undead, demons, and even a lich, until they made their way to the sacred bed chamber of the king, that they all remembered the story of from before they had awoken in that garbage pile They opened the doors, only to find it empty save the usual furniture, marred by scratches and the ancient scrawl of demons. The man in the white armor sighed and walked into the bedroom And his armor changed from white to pitch black, and the whole party remembered suddenly. That was the face of the wicked king, the face that smiled at them whenever he healed them, the face that looked stern as they suggested stupids things to find the pearls. Apparently, in lapses of the demon's control, the king had found a way to set him self up for defeat, by bringing his wive's pearls along with brave, powerful warriors. Every absence he felt was where he had to return to the demon's control and become the wicked king again, but he was determined to fight himself, to rid his own evil from the world to end this curse of immortality and see his loved one again I made the party fight the final boss, and they saw the eyes of a friend They all cried, and I am no longer allowed to DM for them. fuckyeahsnackables GLORIOUS. battlecrazed-axe-mage Excellent DMing! Source: forgamers 23,729 notes The Quest For The Pearl Necklace
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Chill, Christmas, and Cookies: davetheshady: brawltogethernow: shapechangersinwinter: locusimperium: A few years ago, when I was living in the housing co-op and looking for a quick cookie recipe, I came across a blog post for something called “Norwegian Christmas butter squares.” I’d never found anything like it before: it created rich, buttery and chewy cookies, like a vastly superior version of the holiday sugar cookies I’d eaten growing up. About a year ago I went looking for the recipe again, and failed to find it. The blog had been taken down, and it sent me into momentary panic.  Luckily, I remembered enough to find it on the Wayback Machine, and quickly copied it into a file that I’ve saved ever since. I probably make these cookies about once a month, and they last about five days around my voracious husband - they’re fantastic with a cup of bitter coffee or tea. I’m skeptical that there is something distinctively Norwegian about these cookies, but they do seem like the perfect thing to eat on a cold day.  Norwegian Christmas Butter Squares 1 cup unsalted butter, softened 1 egg1 cup sugar2 cups flour1 tsp vanilla½ tsp saltTurbinado/ Raw Sugar for dusting Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Chill a 9x13″ baking pan in the freezer. Do not grease the pan. Using a mixer, blend the butter, egg, sugar, and salt together until it is creamy.  Add the flour and vanilla and mix using your hands until the mixture holds together in large clumps. If it seems overly soft, add a little extra flour.  Using your hands, press the dough out onto the chilled and ungreased baking sheet until it is even and ¼ inch thick.  Dust the top of the cookies evenly with raw sugar. Bake at 400 degrees until the edges turn a golden brown, about 12-15 minutes. Remove from the oven. Let cool for about five minutes before cutting the cooked dough into squares. Remove the squares from the warm pan using a spatula. So I tried this recipe. And it is GREAT. It basically makes the platonic ideal of commercial sugar cookies, only in bar form. When I give them to people (which I do a lot, because this is one of those simple recipes where the results seem very impressive), I just tell them they’re sugar cookie bars. Life hack: add white chocolate chips and sea salt

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Chill, Christmas, and Cookies: brawltogethernow: shapechangersinwinter: locusimperium: A few years ago, when I was living in the housing co-op and looking for a quick cookie recipe, I came across a blog post for something called “Norwegian Christmas butter squares.” I’d never found anything like it before: it created rich, buttery and chewy cookies, like a vastly superior version of the holiday sugar cookies I’d eaten growing up. About a year ago I went looking for the recipe again, and failed to find it. The blog had been taken down, and it sent me into momentary panic.  Luckily, I remembered enough to find it on the Wayback Machine, and quickly copied it into a file that I’ve saved ever since. I probably make these cookies about once a month, and they last about five days around my voracious husband - they’re fantastic with a cup of bitter coffee or tea. I’m skeptical that there is something distinctively Norwegian about these cookies, but they do seem like the perfect thing to eat on a cold day.  Norwegian Christmas Butter Squares 1 cup unsalted butter, softened 1 egg1 cup sugar2 cups flour1 tsp vanilla½ tsp saltTurbinado/ Raw Sugar for dusting Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. Chill a 9x13″ baking pan in the freezer. Do not grease the pan. Using a mixer, blend the butter, egg, sugar, and salt together until it is creamy.  Add the flour and vanilla and mix using your hands until the mixture holds together in large clumps. If it seems overly soft, add a little extra flour.  Using your hands, press the dough out onto the chilled and ungreased baking sheet until it is even and ¼ inch thick.  Dust the top of the cookies evenly with raw sugar. Bake at 400 degrees until the edges turn a golden brown, about 12-15 minutes. Remove from the oven. Let cool for about five minutes before cutting the cooked dough into squares. Remove the squares from the warm pan using a spatula. So I tried this recipe. And it is GREAT. It basically makes the platonic ideal of commercial sugar cookies, only in bar form. When I give them to people (which I do a lot, because this is one of those simple recipes where the results seem very impressive), I just tell them they’re sugar cookie bars. Ooooooo

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