Discussion in 'Off-Topic Discussions' started by b4cz28, Jan 31, 2011.
This thread is too funny.
"There he goes. One of God's own prototypes. Some kind of high powered mutant never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die...." --Hunter S. Thompson
OK. I was just recalling a "too many degrees" post of about two years ago where someone posted that the multiple degree holder in question must be unmarried.
LOL that was me, but you and I have become friends since then right Ted?
Yes, yes, of course.
That guy is actually a slacker compared to one old-time DI member whose name escapes me at the moment....he had something like 18 RA degrees, all legitimately earned.
mfg: BRUCE!!!!!!!!! :headbang:
The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated.
Just remembered the guy's name....William Dennis Huber.
I'm wondering about his debt load. And that is quite a bit overkill. If it is true, wow, I'm blown away. Seems he could start his own school and teach almost everything.
Was that Dennis Huber, perhaps?
Oh yeah, I remeber Dennis. On another note, I heard a lady crying about being $200,000.00 (including mounting interest) debt because she is paying off her USC MBA. She was upset because she might have to take a Barista job.
This is simply NOT the economy to get into deb tover education, or anything for that matter.
No way, most of his degrees are only 100/200 level learning. I think he's qualified to teach CJ, but without any experience.......
That's him....I believe only 2-3 of his degrees were undergrad, the rest were graduate.
His only completed graduate degree seems to be the Regent MBA....he has a grad certificate in CJ from Capella, but those are only 16 quarter-credits, well short of the 18 semester-credits needed to teach at most schools.
I just noticed the goof has 15 Associate's degrees on his "wish list".....definitely something wrong there.
Come on Bruce! My dream is to complete 30 AA degrees. Only then will my life be complete! J/K.
I could not imagine being in debt over degrees you do not need (just my view and does not mean it is right). I have spent $21,350 over the past 12 years out of pocket and it was all cash.
We all have to aspire to something!
The only reason I even bothered with one Associate's degree is because I knew that Curry College would accept up to 90 credits in transfer, and Quincy College was a LOT cheaper, so I loaded up on extra credits at Quincy before I went to Curry.
The thought of going back for a second Associate's degree at this point (never mind 15 more) is so stupid to me, I don't even know how to express it.
Hey, I resemble that remark! I have actually thought about an AS from Florida State College since I would only need a few classes.
I like this little gem at the bottom of the education page:
"I have more degrees than a thermometer. So, why can’t I get a job offer that exceeds $20,000 ???"
"I am a victim of the misconception that only relevant experience can produce competence and qualification."
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