What homophobic comment? I hope you're not referring to "negative Nancies" because this is applied to all genders. The only phobia I have is herpetophobia. I kinda agree. I am not a trained educator. However, I have been teaching business and criminal justice full-time going two academic years. Interestingly, the post called for 3 years of teaching but I applied nonetheless knowing that I am always making exceptions to the rules. So, I think I am a good teacher both in terms of personality and content delivery. My supervisors (based on evaluations) and my students (based on course surveys) agree that I am a good teacher. So, yea, I guess you can either teach or you can't. Of course, there are tenured professors who can't teach. Tell me something I don't know. Congrats on your Ph.D. I am not trying to win any game, sir. I'd be thrilled to make it to and exceed your age. Well, thank you. Shady past? Well, then I was a police officer in a developing country with not a lot of money to pay for a highly recognized college in the U.S. I attended a semester and a half at two different local universities, part-time evenings. I slept through lectures because I was too tired when I went to school after work. Back home, online learning wasn't a thing, but now it is. So, that's how I ended up at Ashworth. Do I regret my Ashworth route? Absolutely not. I had no student debt. In fact, I also paid for my MBA out of pocket. The first time I ever took a student loan was for my M.S. and even when I finish my Ph.D., I will have way less student debt than most students who only have an undergraduate degree. Ok, boomer? Thanks for the help over the years on DI!