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It's the society. The American job market is a "pay-to-play" type deal. The university degrees serve merely as barriers to entry. In order to overcome the barrier, you've got to pay. Sure, there's class attendance and grades....but the most important thing is the paying to play. Private universities are "better" b...more
They were a couple of skinny, ugly white dudes. If they had been fat porkers, they could have been cops, gone into management, or been professors. If they had been women, they could have been totally brain-dead and become brain surgeons, rocket-scientists....or even President of the United States! If they had been a...more
Wouldn't be surprised. If you aren't liked (often merely because of your physical appearance), society can do anything to you. American society actively looks to harass certain people...there is no doubt of this.
Jeff....I think Americans are just very programmed to not think and to blindly submit to authority. Stand up for yourself...and they will make you a "criminal." Still, even to this day, people view lawyers, judges, and politicians as gods...who are supposed to be looked at with awe and bowed down to. We still worshi...more
Blus....it's the same as when the "experts" say situations have little to do with depression. In reality, situations and locations have everything to do with your energy and happiness levels.....but I guess the goal is to make everyone equally productive (even if they live under the worst conditions and in the worst l...more
The NE is pretty miserable....very programmed, judgmental folks....never happy and always living in their primitive little world where everyone has to be a base animal and is limited to being what society tells them they have to be.
Sounds like the writer of this article had something invested in Amazon's Instant Viewing service. Amazon's service is in no way comparable to that of Netflix. At Amazon, you pay top dollar for fuzzy, slow viewing....it is often a ripoff (like $5 for a newer movie that is blurry and slow to watch...that you can only ...more
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