This is great!!!! Jeff and Patrick are my favourite.
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As what has been said above, we, as a community, stand united to help or support you through whatever difficulties you are having. I hope you are not implying what I, and others, think you are implying. We can help. If calling a phone number is not an option, there are a number of community members have gone through similar experiences and can hopefully shed some light on the situation.
I hope you at least take the time to talk everything through with either a community member, a staff member, a close friend or family member, or even a professional if you are saying what we all think you are saying. Regardless of what you may think, a second (or third or fourth) opinion may make a world of difference.
Stay strong, duder.
I caught two people blatantly (and I mean blatantly) cheating on a test during my undergrad. They were essentially discussing a set of questions and the possible answers as the prof was still handing out tests. Naturally, it was incredibly noisy and the professor was preoccupied with giving everyone an exam. I went to the professor's office hours (which happened to be the next day) and I told her what happened. I didn't know the students so all I could do was report the act. She was grateful, commented to the class the following lecture, and altered the way she handed out the exams the next time.
I have no quams with ratting on people when it comes to university stuff. We are all adults and most of us will get out of that system with a degree in our hands that says that we are qualified at "something". I would like to minimize the number of those "qualified" people that cheated their way to their degree. What I did does not guarantee that they will never cheat again, but it gives them something to think about.
But I would be betraying my D&D alignment if I did not act lawfully good.
I'll probably end up with both eventually but I'll only pay for the online depending on which console the majority of my friends own.