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    1. Kizmet
      Hi Abner - you ok?
    2. Ted Heiks
      Ted Heiks
      Where's the like button on this thing?
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    3. Kizmet
      Hi Abner - Please take no offense to my non-acceptance of your friend request. I say no to everybody. That way it avoids the appearance of favoritism.
      See ya around. K
    4. GodofWar
      I would like to get some info abot Aspen U exam. Would you please reply?
    5. John Bear
      John Bear
      For whatever its worth, my wife's roommate at Vassar (a very good school) was Estonian; had done one year at Tartu, and said that her Estonian education was very well regarded and accepted by all the Ivy League schools to which she applied.
    6. jaansepping
      Hi Abner!

      My name is Jaan, I'm a student from Estonia. I'd like to ask you some questions beacuse your educational career has been most impressive.
      I graduated one of the best high schools of Estonia last spring and went on to study in the best university of Estonia. I'm a freshman currently and to be honest, I hoped that college would be much more practical. I am working as well and I have to admit that work gives me much more knowledge and experience than college. I am an entrepreneur (just starting) and would like to get into an MBA program in Asia.
      The problem is that I have 2,5 years until my bachelors yet. But what I've realised is that some college degree from Estonia isn't worth anything for foreign employers or gradschool people. So, I was wondering, do you know where and how could I get some kind of a bachelor's degree (if any) so I could go to study MBA in Asia this fall?
      I really hope you can help me.
      Best regards,
    7. Ed2005
      Someone posted that you just finished your MBA at Aspen U. I was wondering if I can ask you some questions.
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    XVI.8: Confucius said, "There are three things of which the superior man stand in awe. He stands in awe of the ordinances of Heaven. He stands in awe of great men. He stands in awe of the words of the sages. The mean man does not know the ordinances of Heaven, and consequently does not stand in awe of them. He is disrespectful to great men. He makes sport of the words of the sages."