- Sun Feb 11, 2018 12:45 pm
Phaedrus wrote:It's the simple things you don't understand. Things such as in which semesters courses are offered and how students need to work to help support their studies. With your usual pomposity you just assume your great ideas are actually informed.
As for learning on the job, I would refer you back to Stinky Pete's comments about how jobs tend to narrow your focus, not expand it.
Like I said you have your beliefs and I have mine. Your so-called simple theory may have been your experience. My facts come from what I have witnessed personally. Putting my children thru the process and how others around me have . You want to waste time and money on learning, that is your prerogative. I refuse to accept that it takes 5 years to learn something that takes only 2 in reality. You are a fool if you think I would lower my expectations to fit your narrative.
Learning on the job never ends.
It's not that what you say is wrong, it simply a matter of perspective.
Walter E. Williams, professor of economics at GMU, stated "Government income redistribution programs produce the same result as theft. In fact, that's what a thief does; he redistributes income. The difference between government and thievery is mostly a matter of legality