Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by chrisjm18, Feb 3, 2020.
I don't know how being born in Texarkana disproves what I said.
Interesting how perspectives vary. I don't think I've met one Black person who would prefer to move to East Texas because it's the most racist part of the state. It can be a scary place to drive through at night.
You made a grave mistake. Taking me seriously. I honestly thought everyone here knew better.
Heck, I'm with chrisjm18 - 36,000+ Texans can't be wrong. ....can they? If they are, you can tell 'em.
You just proved what I said. LOL. 36k is not a lot of people...at all. Texarkana lost population between the 2010 and 2020 Census. You're still very immature if you're going to personally attack someone over a statement that has nothing to do with you. Plus, my first paragraph was defending the person. Where is the reading comprehension?
I make more money than those doctors and have no interest in being a full-time teacher, so I don't care. Obviously, your doctoral degree didn't help with your immaturity or teach you critical skills. You think a city with 36k people that's been losing population is a place people are sprinting to live in. LOL.
It depends. Texas A&M - Texarkana's TT position in accounting only requires a master's degree.
Ahhhh! Very interesting! I think accounting is one of those areas where they nearly require the individual be a CPA as well. So a master's plus the CPA should definitely suffice.
Yeah, I'm not Black, so their perspective doesn't always come immediately to mind.
But I've been all over the state and those are my preferences.
Is that necessary?
Do we need this?
We do not.
Separate names with a comma.