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  • tackit
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    Check this out . https://mobile.twitter.com/patrickma...620416/photo/1

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  • Noel
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    Originally posted by Franz© View Post

    Sort of like back in the 60s when folks with mucho money kept little Biff in CowLedge and when he finally got his Masters if he was still Draft eligible Biff became a Public Skrewel Techyrr and remained safe in the USA.
    People with less money spent 10k between the crookid dentist and Draft Counselor and kept their baby boy Stateside too.
    People with less money paid a few grand to get Waldo in a National Guard unit.

    I didn't even know Draft Counselors existed till 98 when I met a guy who spent 15k for braces to stay Stateside.
    How did you get banned under your name? Giving away to many truths?

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  • Grizzly1944
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    My dad said that for an engineer to be an effective asset, it takes about 5 years. Back in the day the Skunk Works wouldn't look at engineers unless they had about 10 years. During those 10 years you had to challenge yourself, take advantage of company training to further yourself, and have a firm belief that there is no such word as can't. What sets them apart is that the drawing will hit the shop and minutes later the guys are getting started on it. They very rarely designed by committee, and were expected to challenge themselves to do the best they possibly can. There were rare exceptions where an engineer had a skill set or engineering specialty that they desired. Ben Rich was one of the few because he was a thermodynamisist. It goes back to the old saying that you get out of it is a result of what you put into it.

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  • Franz©
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    Originally posted by tackit View Post
    Don't forget if you have $500,000 dollars laying around you can use it to buy your goofy spoiled brats way into the country's best colleges.
    Sort of like back in the 60s when folks with mucho money kept little Biff in CowLedge and when he finally got his Masters if he was still Draft eligible Biff became a Public Skrewel Techyrr and remained safe in the USA.
    People with less money spent 10k between the crookid dentist and Draft Counselor and kept their baby boy Stateside too.
    People with less money paid a few grand to get Waldo in a National Guard unit.

    I didn't even know Draft Counselors existed till 98 when I met a guy who spent 15k for braces to stay Stateside.

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  • tackit
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    Don't forget if you have $500,000 dollars laying around you can use it to buy your goofy spoiled brats way into the country's best colleges.

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  • Franz©
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    Until 1965 any kid Graduating a NYS High School with a Regents Diploma could and would be directly admitted to most Colleges IF HE HAD THE MONEY.

    Passing grade was 75% for Regents and 65% for School Diplomas. Kid wanted to participate in Sports or extra activities he carried a grade average of 80% or he didn't play.

    The list of what has failed and or gone down the academic dumper since would overload this board. Today most of the 'teacher' population in service graduated in the bottom third of their High School Class. Regents passing grade is 55% and School passing is 50%. Diplomas no longer represent acheivement by the student named thereon, and an entire testing industry has come into being to determine if the kid can intake sufficient information to be college educated. Another industry has grown to rip off both students and student loan programs based on the University of Phoenix model after Jack Welch took that company over.
    HR files across the country are filled with files containing such stellar academic institutions as University of Phoenix, Bryant & Stratton, and Columbia Paciffica Diploma mills. HR employees don't read the references, they just key it in and some computer program evaluates it.
    The system has been slowly and effectively destroyed from within at great profit to the destroyers while they piled Dunning - Kruger onto the unknowing. Local School Boards are stuffed with diplomated fools and retired academics. NY School Boards are complete powerless jokes thanks to politicians bought and owned by Unions.

    The present Rochester Superintendent arrived to find his predecessor had cleverly and covertly left him a $30 million budget shortfall, and minimally 150 'teachers' he has no need of. When he announced layoffs the Union went to WAR footing, and Edward Bernays models were used to generate student demonstrations. The layoffs will increase class sizes from 20 to 21 and the UNION claims that is Overcrowding. I've asked Union 'teachers' for years why it's necessary for a kindergarten 'teacher' to have a Masters and hold a Teaching Certificate, and have yet to hear an answer from any of the matriculated dullards who can't diagram the sentence "See Spot run". They assure me they didn't learn that diagramming stuff in CowLedge.

    US Public Education is a complete sham with fantastic retirement plans.

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  • Noel
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    Paving young paradises to become parking lots.

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  • tackit
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    Originally posted by Noel View Post
    I don't like painting everything and everyone with the same brush, but rarely does a new coat of paint work if the underlying problems don't get resolved first. Problem is what's rusting badly under shiney paint is still there and that needs replacing before any fixing that is of value gets accomplished.
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    They are running education as a business and failing because they think the profit is in the amount of students pushed through the door when actually it's in the increasing delivery of knowledge students receive before they leave with the door hitting them in the butt.

    When I was in high school it was obvious who was gifted and would be attending college after graduation, now to keep globalist owned socialist indoctrination professors employed, college loans are given to F students. I just read an article a week or so ago about a college that is dropping all entry examinations because testing is racist and has no educational value. In the future just be careful when plugging in an American made tool or appliance, or coming up to an everyone sees green stoplight.


    It's an inside job by globalist to take America down and turn her into a NWO globalist franchise.

    https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2...-universities/
    Last edited by tackit; 12-10-2019, 12:56 PM.

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  • Noel
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    I don't like painting everything and everyone with the same brush, but rarely does a new coat of paint work if the underlying problems don't get resolved first. Problem is what's rusting badly under shiney paint is still there and that needs replacing before any fixing that is of value gets accomplished.
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    They are running education as a business and failing because they think the profit is in the amount of students pushed through the door when actually it's in the increasing delivery of knowledge students receive before they leave with the door hitting them in the butt.


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  • Franz©
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    Originally posted by Grizzly1944 View Post
    My dad was a senior design specialist in the Lockheed Skunk Works. During a stint as a lead engineer on the L1011 underfloor galley, he was in charge with a bunch of recent Aeronautical Engineering Grads who couldn't put their ideas on paper. He said that the smart ones went back to night school and took up drafting, and of course the dumb ones didn't. He always said that it's a **** of a lot cheaper to make your mistakes on paper than making them in the shop. Another one of his favorite sayings was that the world is fast running out of 8th grade dropouts.
    AND he was absolutely correct.
    When the kid did his 1st internship he asked around about getting to see the Skunkworks. Answer was pretty standard. NO
    Second year same answer, but the boy ain't a quitter.
    When he was hired upon Graduation, his first manager sat down with him and explained he had 20 years with the Company, he still couldn't get to the Skunk Works, nobody he knew had ever gotten there, and he didn't want to hear about it. Tommy looks at the Manager and asks if he has any suggestions of who he might be able to talk to who might get him in. They had a great relationship after that.

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  • Grizzly1944
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    My dad was a senior design specialist in the Lockheed Skunk Works. During a stint as a lead engineer on the L1011 underfloor galley, he was in charge with a bunch of recent Aeronautical Engineering Grads who couldn't put their ideas on paper. He said that the smart ones went back to night school and took up drafting, and of course the dumb ones didn't. He always said that it's a **** of a lot cheaper to make your mistakes on paper than making them in the shop. Another one of his favorite sayings was that the world is fast running out of 8th grade dropouts.

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  • tackit
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    I think running for political office is the best way to get rich these days, selling out pays big bucks and you always are invited to fancy parties and go on junkets all over the planet on the backs of taxpayers, just like the college professor's racket.

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  • Franz©
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    Bud of mine went to RIT in 2001, swears the first 2 years were a repeat of what most students slept thru in Jr & Sr years of high school. He grabbed the Student Job nobody wanted, Power House and got paid to tell people via phone how to operate their room thermostat as well as getting real education from some old stationary engineers nobody taught in any class. He also had first refusal on surplus items from RIT.
    Graduated from there with an Engineering degree and 2 summers of internship into a job with Lockheed where he learned all the sweat he poured out learning Calculus was wasted because Industry don't play that game, they got computers to do such.

    Lockheed hired him along with thousands of other new grads and by following January scrapped 2 of every 3 they hired. It's industry standard, including the 3 day hotel party where paid investigators watch the kiddies and decide who stays and who leaves. They paid for his Masters at Cornell.
    Total time on campus at Cornell under 4 hours. 90% of instruction via computer from Chinese teaching assistants on Cornell's China campus. Good incentive to stay at the company where promises regularly come up short on fulfillment.

    Spent a month in Connecticutt looking at a sub being the eyes and ears of an engineering group someplace sending pictures of what they wanted to look at. Spent a month at the company's rubber factory learning WTH all could be done with machining rubber. The 100 page internal catalog was insufficient for engineers to understand.
    Worked on a Radar trailer project watching 20 engineers try to figure out where to mount a compressor on the trailer to power the outriggers down employing air over oil. Finally got tired of looking at dumb and asked why air from the tractor braking system couldn't be used. Nobody knew the tractor & trailer had air brakes or how such worked. 2 days later he had it working after obtaining fittings. That pissed off senior engineers.
    3 years in the promised promotion didn't come, he shopped around and ended up with L3 Harris.
    First month at Harris he sat around reading while his bosses tried to figure out what all he could do.

    He entered the halls of academia with skills and an idea where he wanted to go. 10 years out all student loans are paid, money is in the bank, and if L3 Harris folds tomorrow he'll have 3 offers by Friday.

    CowLedge removed much knowledge that was installed in the boy before he enters CowLedge. CowLedge is all about extracting $$$ and creating copy upon copy of interchangeable human appearing life forms. CowLedges are full of knowledge because every Freshman arrives with some and every Senior departs with NONE.
    Professors only teach what they feel like teaching, and students don't know what ain't being taught.
    Wisdom is the ability to place the onboard knowledge against the instant problem and have a solution.

    Check out Ratemyprofessor.com it'll give you a hint what's going on for all that money and make you want to puke.


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  • tackit
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    Originally posted by Franz© View Post

    I can do volumes on the insanity of sending any kid regardless which of the 80+ genders to CowLedge direct from High School. I can introduce you to squads of seriously pissed off near 40 year old kids with worthless DePloMas in such vital areas as fabric, basket weaving, and bookkeeping who have found no marketability for that skillset. They were promoted into the career choice by HS Counselors and CowLedge salesmen. I've heard the former DIL with a Masters and minor in ASL expound on how she hypersells empty heads at RIT into signing up for more classes.

    Since 1980 kids have left High School with heads full of dreams and BS and marched into the waiting army of CowLedge salesmen. All the kid knows is he already got screwed by Public Education. The kid has neither problem solving skills or a basic skill set to say nothing of any monetary or measurement ability when the salesman is loosed on him. The kids do have a firm platform of NonConfrontation installed that pretty much eliminates any ability to research a potential result, and knows Argument is BAD, therefore must be avoided. The kids are sheep marching into the hands of wolves and they go willingly because it's "How society works".

    I strongly advocate a 2 year period of working multiple fields of interest prior to entering CowLedge. If nothing else the kid will have slight knowledge of the world beyond Academia. I've walked among the high priced Union Professors, and spoken with them. Most are clueless and a larger percentage is helpless.
    Yes. By all the young people complaining today about not finding work after they have been conned into attending college, and demanding taxpayers bail them out, I see colleges as being nothing more than socialist indoctrination camps and nursery schools that cause students to become totally dependent on the government more than themselves. There needs to be an Investigation and all money paid back to students comes from the colleges who sucked them in, not taxpayers'.

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  • Franz©
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    Originally posted by tackit View Post

    I'm trying to talk the daughters out of sending the grandkids to high dollar colleges and instead have them attend a community college. The market place for college jobs is cloud of sucker smoke, a 5 figure losing proposition unless you have an in because of various circumstances and reasons. They can learn a trade and take business classes and learn how to start and open up their own businesses all at a community college and start making decent money in a couple of years, instead of paying commie professors their 6 figure salaries and college administration gangsters their undeserved salaries.
    I can do volumes on the insanity of sending any kid regardless which of the 80+ genders to CowLedge direct from High School. I can introduce you to squads of seriously pissed off near 40 year old kids with worthless DePloMas in such vital areas as fabric, basket weaving, and bookkeeping who have found no marketability for that skillset. They were promoted into the career choice by HS Counselors and CowLedge salesmen. I've heard the former DIL with a Masters and minor in ASL expound on how she hypersells empty heads at RIT into signing up for more classes.

    Since 1980 kids have left High School with heads full of dreams and BS and marched into the waiting army of CowLedge salesmen. All the kid knows is he already got screwed by Public Education. The kid has neither problem solving skills or a basic skill set to say nothing of any monetary or measurement ability when the salesman is loosed on him. The kids do have a firm platform of NonConfrontation installed that pretty much eliminates any ability to research a potential result, and knows Argument is BAD, therefore must be avoided. The kids are sheep marching into the hands of wolves and they go willingly because it's "How society works".

    I strongly advocate a 2 year period of working multiple fields of interest prior to entering CowLedge. If nothing else the kid will have slight knowledge of the world beyond Academia. I've walked among the high priced Union Professors, and spoken with them. Most are clueless and a larger percentage is helpless.

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