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And one can always do that "well-rounded" bit on your own time, to an extent. You can always read the classics on your own. What you get out of college is an opportunity to discuss what you've read with others, or get a better understanding of certain passages (esp. true of Shakespeare).
"For the most part though, the undergraduate degree is now becoming what the high school diploma was nearly 20 years ago."
That statement is true in so many ways, and the fact that it's a minumum requirement to get a foot in the door is only one. Another is the lowering of standards needed to get one these days....more
The name throws me off. Shouldn't it be the "Xbox 370"?
Or maybe "Xbox 2013"?
Or something other than Xbox One. I mean, wasn't there an original Xbox before the 360. Certainly that should be what's referred to as the Xbox One.
Well, your #2 isn't accurrate. Go into any REI or other "professional outfitter store" and you'll see plenty of "kids size" items without the cartoon tie-ins.
But your #1 is spot-on. There's no way you'd get two 6-year-olds in that little thing, much less larger 11-year-olds. That is a display model, or a mix of go...more