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#58 - blue check 05/30/2016 on Dat boi 0
#61 - People can always go to trade schools, have jobs where they pe…  [+] (2 replies) 02/16/2016 on That's none of my business. +3
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#94 - Visual (02/16/2016) [-]
Also I understand that not everyone is eating shit when it comes to college because I'm not. There is federal aid that people can go after (which I did) and I haven't paid a thing for my tuition sometimes or only pay a few hundred dollars. I live at home and go to my local university for business. I found my way but really, it's only for people just poor enough to qualify and usually only for minorities. I have several white friends whose parents barely make enough to pay their tuition (or my friends cover the costs sometimes) but can't get aid because they're in a separate tax bracket and white.

It's pretty hard for some people. But most of every college student I've gotten to know has pulled out a loan already.
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#93 - Visual (02/16/2016) [-]
Yes, trade school is another viable option but that's still school you have to pay for and take time out to attend. Not at the ridiculousness that is college tuition but another thing is that trade schools only offer so much in terms of career options and potential. If you want to do something business, medical, engineering or science related, chances are you need to go to a university.

Plus it's very true to make yourself valuable to a company if you have no credentials but it still doesn't make you statistically viable to the people making cuts in the company when they can't afford to keep you and you're just as easy to replace with another guy with no credentials. It's harder to find someone with credentials so those are usually the ones who have a better chance of staying. (Bear in mind this in a hypothetical context where you and another employee have even stats in term of production/sales/efficiency/etc in the company and now other factors are being considered as who is worth letting go. You can better your job security if you prove to work better than your college-educated co-workers)
#33 - In my ethics class we're talking about whether someone has the…  [+] (2 replies) 10/28/2014 on Sometimes +1
#36 - herosoldier (10/28/2014) [-]
Why force someone to suffer through life just so you dont have to feel bad, it's their life, If they decide its not worth living then they should be allowed to die
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#34 - thingexplain (10/28/2014) [-]
I'm all for it. Some people can handle the aftermath of an intense injury like that, and some can't. Every attempt should be made to help them cope, but if they can't, it's cruel to make them stick around any longer than they have to.
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