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    A Concrete Degree

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    I see what you meant there.

    Get the degree, then celebrate at the Hard Rock. Just don't pour out too much
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    More useful than liberal arts degrees!

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    Your CAPSTONE project should last a lifetime!

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    You need to be careful with this degree program though because as time goes on it gets harder and harder.
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    Yes. Some say the program is, uh... rather inflexible.

    I do like their slogan: "Advancing the concrete industry by degrees." A 4.0 on the GPA for that one!

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    The diploma is a bit heavy, I understand...and must be properly framed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nosborne48 View Post
    The diploma is a bit heavy, I understand...and must be properly framed.
    Yes - 2x6, re-bar, the whole nine (cubic) yards!

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    because I haven't pushed this whole thing far enough into the realm of absurdity . . .

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