Re: Online Degrees
Getting laid was not a problem for me before college so that is not a problem.
If you want to get laid go to college.
If you want an education go to the library.
I think you should focus on what you can learn, not so much on what it will look like on a job resume. It may be harder to get in the door at a company but once your in you will likely be judged based on the work you do, not what school you went to.
I do have a co-worker(who has 3 kids) that is earning a degree online(not sure which one, pheonix?), she seems to be getting a good education, and still working. I didn't think it was a good idea, thinking you couldn't learn as much, but I now think it could be better. She is constantly e-mail, instant messaging, teachers and students and works very closely with them. I think it probably does require a little more self motivation because it would be easier to cheat, I think.
I hate libraries.
I just think I could be doing better for myself by pursuing my degree online while working a full-time job as well to pay my bills and be more independent.
Plus I wouldn't have to pay for these damn expensive meal plans and the dorm.
Plus the price for attend is only going to go up.
I could go online, continue in the summers, all while working a job.
Be out in like 3 years with a BS in CJ or Business.
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Violence, sex, and drugs.
The only way you are going to make this game more appealing to the public than it was before is if there are on field orgies at halftime and the domes become massive opium dens."
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