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Love the irony... Just busting your chops my friend

Sorry Nicad, that is very funny. I was at work just trying to write a quick little blurb. I apologize for the slip up.
post #122 of 130
Haha, I've made plenty of mistakes while typing quick posts at work. Big Brother is always looking over your shoulder...
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Originally Posted by embowafa View Post
USC

B/S Accounting

USC has best looking college girls in the entire USA. People talk about crazy party schools like ASU and what not, but i have a feeling USC is hard to beat.
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I'm working on: BSc. Honours in Biomedical Science, Minor in Mathematics uOttawa - in French Immersion
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Jr. at CSUSM

Working on a B.S. in Business Admin w/ Management Information Systems option
post #127 of 130
St. John's College for BA, then Naropa for 2 grad semesters, UC Berkeley for 1 grad semester, San Francisco Art Institute for 1 undergrad semester, then Boston College for JD. Finished for now.
post #128 of 130
UPenn '11
post #129 of 130
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Originally Posted by Mike C. View Post
I always say that if the best thing you got out of college is a good job, then you missed the bigger picture. College is about exploring the world and taking in culture while finding yourself in the process.

I'm quick to dismiss someone who says, "I don't need college, or college is a waste of money."

No offence but that is such a load of shit. "exploring the world and taking in culture while finding yourself" is why people take backpacking trips across europe. You're not going to explore the world or find yourself in college. To find yourself you need to get out and live. You want to explore the world, well then get out of a college classroom and explore the world. College really is about learning important skills, which differ from profession to profession. If you want to call this trade school, well then I guess all engineers, scientists, doctors, lawyers etc. go to trade school. Skills like critical thinking, how to analyze and break down a problem and basically how to think are just a few of the important skills learned in college.
post #130 of 130
Canadian attending university of manitoba here, became interested when i stumbled on this forum by accident
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