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1-16-2008 @ 1:08PM
As a person who "used" to think that way, and completed college later, I have to disagree 100%.Education and knowledge is power. The more you know, the more you are capable of, and the more you are able to make better decisions, in ALL aspects of life.It takes competence to recognize competence, and that is the crux of many issues ...in both virtual and the real world.Study some history and socialology....in every society where there was a dictatorship (political, religious, military or otherwise), education is suppressed. Keep them Fat, dumb, happy or scared, and people will let you get away with anything.
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