capologist

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capologist last won the day on December 5 2015

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  1. He was a buffoon then and he's a buffoon now...
  2. This dude's got jokes...
  3. Pretty sure they are living somewhere. Not many homeless kids running around trying to get into college. That said, you referenced my experience so if you are going to compare apples to oranges then the kids living where they are currently has to be the assumption, otherwise, it's an invalid comparison...
  4. My source is MGSU's actual website. Didn't bother looking up Mercer because the MGSU number was so wildly off...
  5. It's also why college grads have such a hard time getting a job...
  6. Your post here is being very intellectually dishonest. If you truly want to view my experience today then I'm an in-state resident who lived with my mother while I went to school. As you can see by the attachment provided from MGSU's website, that annual cost is actually $4,542. After Hope grant is applied for 2 semesters of $2,970, total out of pocket cost is $1,572 which basically is 1 weekend a month of delivering pizzas. What you did was go to the out of state with room and board, etc. to get the highest possible number. Simply not applicable to my experience nor anything I've ever advocated about attending a LOCAL community college.
  7. Exactly. I wanted to go to University of Florida. However, instead of plunking down $100k in debt to do it, I thought better of it and did 2 years at Macon College and then my last two at Mercer University. Worked 2 jobs (1 during the week, 1 on the weekends) to make it happen...
  8. Actually, I'm the one that says "as of today, there is no evidence but by all means investigate". Yes, you can go back and you'll see where someone asked me if it should be investigated and I said "Absolutely". That said, if you read what I wrote it's painfully obvious I'm evaluating it from your standards of the Russia "connection". The first two remarks were questions as was the last one by the way, questions which you dodged by a poor attempt at questioning me...
  9. Doesn't it at least warrant investigating? I mean isn't it a lot fishy that this happened so close to the wikileaks info dump, that the DNC refused to let the FBI investigate their servers for Russian hacking, that Julian Assange has personally issued a reward for info leading to Rich's killer? http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/may/22/the-strange-case-of-seth-rich/ You talk of smoke in regards to the Trump/Russia campaign and there's certainly smoke here that at least warrants investigating or does that only work one way?
  10. So maybe Tech school isn't right for some kids, yeah, I can see that, so instead let's send them to Georgia State University Per semester tuition, student fees and books/supplies run $5,943 of which a simple HOPE grant would cover $3,600 leaving a whopping $2,343 left for a student to cover for a semester of quality education. Now, if that student is poor then there's also the Pell grant which they would certainly qualify for at $5,920 a year which means the poor kid would get to attend GSU for free. So tell me again how college is so exorbitantly expensive? It's not...
  11. Just for grins: Atlanta Technical College: $1,335 for 15 hours of which the HOPE grant would pay $1,050. So for the super duper expensive price of $285, a kid could go to ATC and get an education. Pretty sure that could be covered by a meager summer job...
  12. And it already exists as has been shown repeatedly...
  13. Except I came from poor so your assumption is absolute garbage here. Again, you've been shown time and time again that there are affordable choices out there and just refuse to accept them as reality...
  14. Because college isn't for "everybody"...