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Jun 22, 2012
nelkins, if anything, college would have taught you to write more and longer sentences to say exactly the same thing.
Jun 22, 2012
At most universities, you can learn a great deal of knokwledge.

There seems to be a great deal of prejudice againtst teaching Wisdom.

Wisdom is: Common sense; good judgment: "It is a characteristic of wisdom not to do desperate things" (Henry David Thoreau).

We are living in desperate times.
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Jun 22, 2012
To help with the pro-/anti college debate: There are basically 3 groups of people:

a) the entrepreneurs - these guys will become very rich. They may or may not go to college/university - it doesn't matter. They still end up owning the rest of us.

b) the terminally stupid - these may or may not go to college/university, but will end up flipping burgers, sweeping restrooms or unemployed.

c) The rest - these guys may or may not go to college/university but those that do tend to be better paid over their lifetime.
Jun 22, 2012
Ka-zang! PHB is spending too much time with Dogbert, he is getting openly evil! :)
Jun 22, 2012
So that's how it is - PHB is asking Dilbert to be a liar in Panel #2. He proves it by using the same words in Panel #3. You can't REALLY believe that's a good idea, PHB. Oh, wait, that's the POINT of the Dilbert cartoon, Dummy...
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