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By Scholar - / Thursday 16 June 2011 16:03 / United States
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  eminemchick  |  19

yes. because the intricate folds of paper display the distribution of air pressure really clearly. its REALLY worth paying 40 grand a month for learning from paper.xD

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  YacL  |  15

Don't question the paper, it used to give you life, now it's being used in how to teach you how to make a paper airplane. I wish I could remember how to make one.

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  Epilepsy_fml  |  0

It wouldn't help in engineering. Also one "If you are an engineer" not "if your engineer." This would help in a physics class however. So maybe he's majoring in aerodynamics.

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This is a website where people could express feelings and coments towards issues regarding a certain topic. In other words, its a website where we could hang out and stuff, i don't appriciate grammar and spelling nazis ruinging people's fun

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  goober675  |  0

idk what you do.... but I bet you coulnt plumb a house to save ur life.... and you can make alot of money being a plumber idc how easy it is to get the job... without plumbers your life would be alot harder.... and do u think the guy who invited indoor plumbing was a retard that didn't have college.. ur an idiot

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  shannonreneee  |  11

90, just because you don't want to be a plumber doesn't mean other people do. Doesn't make you any less of a person or unintelligent. I know plenty of smart people who just don't want to do university and would rather do practical work. Someone has to do those jobs and you shouldn't be so judgmental.

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  Veraymix  |  6

You can learn from making paper planes. At least you had a fun class.

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yep, I'm a plumber, and if you can tell me what about running 400 yards of copper lines thru an office building, out to countless water fixtures, and properly supplying said water fixtures is easy?

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  NOWAYJOSE  |  14

oh god shut up lady

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  NOWAYJOSE  |  14

that was meant for #156

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  applesuckers  |  0

#158 it's funny how you say it wasn't a mistake it was ignorance when you made a mistake twice. Like how you put ignorance instead of ignorant earlier and how you said "thunk" instead of think. You just made yourself look stupid. So I guess you are ignorant too right? Pathetic grammar Nazis. And you can blame your iPhone autocorrect all you want, but you should have double checked since you want to go around correcting people. Take a look at yourself before you start insulting people. -_-"

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  neonoodle  |  0

hey that's an awesome business plan. I'm gonna quit school and become Bill Gates! Sorry, statistics show without a doubt that people who have college degrees earn more on average than people who graduated high school, who in turn earn more on average than people who dropped out of high school. Sure, you could quit school and try being an outlier, but chances are you're going to be a bum.

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  xojessayox  |  4

well i know that everything i want to do i need a degree to get somewhat close to having a chance at it. ive applied to alot of places and even though ill have high recommendations and all that stuff they wont take me. here in wisconsin you need a degree to work at mcdonalds now or say like a subway.

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Those people are the exception to the rule. There are some people that are just natural sellers or just really innovative, and good for them. But not every dropout is gonna strike it rich just cause Bill Gates did.

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here, you can finish school at year 10 and go do a trade (such as plumbing). you don't need university to become successful at all

and at the most, it only costs $8-9000 too

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  lovely220  |  0

my tuition is 55K a year but in the end I'll have a better job thus paying me back (eventually) or that's my logic. plus people like zuckerburg are rare anomalies (notice that not everyone who didn't go to college isn't rich). and as for a "sure-fire" plan as an earlier commenter mentioned; it doesn't exist. the us economy is still recovering and there is large risk associated with practically everything. people with "sure-fire" plans find themselves s.o.l

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  a_nutritionist  |  10

@203 needing them doesnt make them less of a bogan. its the type of people who end up doing the job shes referring to, not the affect of the job on the people.
this is a generalisation of course, but id say 2/3 fit the stereotype. its unfortunate, but thats the way it is.

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  1215116a  |  14

But what's one free day of fun going to hurt? College is tough, they need breaks.

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79- Sorry but as a college student, if you want a free day, skip class. If I'm paying for a class, I expect to be learning something. My Precalc class drove me nuts this last semester because the professor kept getting off topic for 30-45 minutes. The class was an hour and 50 minutes but that time, combined with how late -he- showed up, ads up. So, point being, I must respectfully disagree with you.

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