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From: soooright (98.68.162.91)
Subject:         Let's have a look at a OWS protester.
Date: October 13, 2011 at 6:16 pm PST

This one is actually quite well mannered, but still.

I have a cut-and-paste of some commentary about this vid.

Why is it not greedy that this dipsh!t wants to take my money to pay for his education? Why is not greedy that almost half the people in this country pay no taxes and want even more money taken from "the rich"? As the questioner points out, we have the highest corporate tax rate in the OECD countries. But let's not confuse this dude with facts. As for as the "greediest" 1% they make roughly 20% of the income and pay roughly 40% of the taxes. To quote Jug Hussein Ears Downgrade, "That's math."

As for his college education, I wonder what his major is? I saw one of these booger eatin' moh-rons saying that he has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and he can't find a job. No sh!t Sherlock! What does that degree qualify you to do? Museum tour guide? Teaching other students trying to get a worthless BFA degree like you?

I wonder what kind of degrees a lot of these other protesters have?

If you have a degree in Black Studies that prolly qualifies you to be a race baiter or a community organizer like our Community Organizer-in-Chief. Other than that, maybe you can get a high paid college job teaching Black Studies like Cornell West. They really oughta call it Racist Studies since most of the teachers are anti-American, anti-Semitic, and racist bigots. See Cornell West.

Wymens Studies? Yeah. there sure are a lot of high paying jobs for professional feminists.

Yannow, if I had children attending college and they told me they were getting a degree in some of these worthless (fill in the blank) Studies, I would wish them luck in trying to find someone to finance their education because I sure as hell wouldn't.

To me, Fine Arts consist of those required classes you have to take to get degrees that will actually get you qualified to get a job, like degrees in Engineering, Computer Science, or Business. When I was going for my engineering degree, I had to take classes unrelated to engineering, like Classics, Sociology, and History, to make me a more well rounded person. Fortunately, they were easy classes compared to Calculus, Physics, Chemistry, and other classes in the engineering curriculum. After I hired on at IBM, I had this urge to get into management so I got me an Associates Degree in Management and Supervisory Development. There I had to take Accounting and Economics and other business related courses. All of them were easy. Got A's all the way through, and Economics and Accounting were worthwhile classes. Fortunately, I came to my senses and realized that I would make a crappy manager.

If you're majoring in English, you better be thinking of either being a writer (good luck) or an English teacher. Same goes with History: Writer or History teacher. [I disagree with this blogger about the history degree. That can get you into some good entry-level positions in a number of careers. -- soooright]

I'm sick of these idiots with their worthless degrees crying about not being able to find a job when their worthless (and overpriced) degrees qualify them to do nothing but carry a sign demanding that someone else pay for the four years they wasted in college getting their worthless degrees. Of course, those degrees are overpriced because the gummint got involved and the college professors, who teach the required courses for those degrees, like Cornell West are overpaid, but that's a rant for another day.

Coming soon to our economy: The overpriced education bubble.

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