All the answers that you would want to look at are interlaced with other random questions/responses (primarily from Paje\(\)ets). It makes my eyes bleed.
Who thought it was a good idea?
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Who thought it was a good idea?
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Who thought it was a good idea?
Funny thing is all their employees went to like mit and Harvard
When you think about it, EJMR functions like what you would ideally expect from Quora. If you have a question on a technical subject, it’s much more likely that someone with a PhD in that subject will reply here rather than on Quora. And if you have a question on life experiences, there will usually be a bunch of bros here who went through similar experiences and are willing to share their insights.
We do have a lot of Pajeets on EJMR though.
When you think about it, EJMR functions like what you would ideally expect from Quora. If you have a question on a technical subject, it’s much more likely that someone with a PhD in that subject will reply here rather than on Quora. And if you have a question on life experiences, there will usually be a bunch of bros here who went through similar experiences and are willing to share their insights.
We do have a lot of Pajeets on EJMR though.
I doubt there's a single PhD here.
When you think about it, EJMR functions like what you would ideally expect from Quora. If you have a question on a technical subject, it’s much more likely that someone with a PhD in that subject will reply here rather than on Quora. And if you have a question on life experiences, there will usually be a bunch of bros here who went through similar experiences and are willing to share their insights.
We do have a lot of Pajeets on EJMR though.I doubt there's a single PhD here.
Said by non-PhDs. Us PhDs like to have cheap fun too. i.e. poking fun at blecks, hwites, azns all alike
When you think about it, EJMR functions like what you would ideally expect from Quora. If you have a question on a technical subject, it’s much more likely that someone with a PhD in that subject will reply here rather than on Quora. And if you have a question on life experiences, there will usually be a bunch of bros here who went through similar experiences and are willing to share their insights.
We do have a lot of Pajeets on EJMR though.
Lol I've never seen a technical question answered here
I think you're confusing EJMR with Stack Overflow
This is an entertainment website to waste time