Dear Jonny, What About You?

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5 Responses

  1. Alex says:

    You’re a clever s.o.b.

  2. Jacob says:

    As a career student I’d like to say that “as opposed to a professor’s interpretation of his former professors’ interpretations of the material in books written by individuals with their own interpretations” is complete bullshit. But it isn’t, and I can’t. Won’t.

  3. Bookworm says:

    And so, as you pointed out, your parents’ educations provided a depth of experience and learning from which your own intelligence initially sprung. Do you not think that going back to school would only make you a smarter, more successful person? Do we not all need money and that “peice of paper” to get by? There are certainly exceptions and I am not saying you are or are not one, but I am still curious.

    • Jon says:

      “Do you not think that going back to school would only make you a smarter, more successful person?” – Smarter? Marginally. More successful? That would all depend of my area of study. “Do we not all need money and that “peice of paper” to get by?” – Money, yes. That piece of paper, it depends. Certification is often necessary. I’m in the process of obtaining a personal trainer’s license from an accredited institution. But no piece of paper, or the classes leading up to it, are going to make me a smarter, better, more successful writer. In that way, I am an exception.

  4. David says:

    Logical, logical

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