Should attending school be mandatory?


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2009-10-31 19:46:32
2009-10-31 19:46:32

Well It depends...

It depends on whether if you want to have a job where you have to say "Would you like fries with your order?". Where you would be making from $7 to $11 bucks an hour which is NOTHING.

If that's what you want to do with your life, then don't go to College.


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