I'm a new member, and i want to make friends because i don't have friends here
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People here are friendly, but this is a science forum, not a social network. If friends are what you are after, you'll do better on other forums.I'm a new member, and i want to make friends because i don't have friends here
People here are friendly, but this is a science forum, not a social network. If friends are what you are after, you'll do better on other forums.
We can be evil, too, in between solving your differential equations!!i knew that's a scientific forum, and i didn't say that's a social forum, but i need to make friends for discussing about physics and its theories
I think that phinds etal. have already scared him off from the forum.A good way to make friends here is to get involved with discussions provided you've told us your favourite fish. It's a really important step to take after registering
yes, tuition prices are absurd now. The tuition at my alma mater is now over 1K/credit hour.What are your interests and your background? There are lots of very nice members on PF and you can hook up with others with like interests. good luck.
BTW, I am over 60 and have not had any academic experience in over 40 years, so if you are a current student, I won't be much help to you unless you are interested in rock and blues music. Along with buying and selling amplifiers and guitars, performing music for parties got me through college with no loans. I worked full-time every summer and scrimped on everything, so it wasn't that tough to get through university with no debt and still have pocket money to hit the bars a bit during happy-hours. The way people complain about college costs these days, I don't know if my plan could possibly work.