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Business/Financial degrees offer ZERO value to humanity.

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Business/Financial degrees offer ZERO value to humanity.

Postby philosophical_filipino » October 23rd, 2011, 8:57 pm

Nursing, engineering, and mechanical trade crafts are the most useful skills to society. Even Sexter will admit that.

What about his amazing business degree? Ha, look at all the college graduates with business degrees with NO JOB and TONS OF DEBT. They're f***ed.
You don't need to be in a classroom to get a useless piece of paper to be an entrepreneur. Entrepreneur means you have an innovative natural inclination to spring forth an original idea.

Sexter offers no concrete evidence to support that business/financial degrees produce any value or have any practical use to humanity and society as a whole.

I challenge the arrogant bitch ass Sexter to produce hardcore evidence and examples to back up his stupid business degree.

If he refuses, then we all know he's a sucka bitch ass faggot. How's that for respect sucka?
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Postby ErikHeaven » October 23rd, 2011, 9:24 pm

We are all trying to get away from the arguing and cultivate an environment of respect amongst the brotherhood here. Please and i do say please think about that. We all have the same goals some have already achieved them let's work together.
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