I am a FH squatter
- Dec 22, 2003
So you say, without any real evidence naturally.
You won't get offered shit, you have to research it for yourself.Not been offered anything. The wife drives her in.
Hmm. Probably. I'll have a nose around...You won't get offered shit, you have to research it for yourself.
Obviously I have no idea of the diagnosis, and autism ain't one size fits all, and if she's in mainstream with no thoughts to a special needs school I'd imagine you wouldn't get anything.
You better hope there isn't a bitch like Jobs wife working there who goes home and tells her husband lots of bullshit about how jealous she is of families getting support.Hmm. Probably. I'll have a nose around...
I have a good news for you concern what The new president of Economic community of west Africa States (Ecowas) and Benin President has mandated our office to contact you based the fund that was on your name since which was seized by the previous administration. The fund was released today ,what it will takes you to receive this fund $45,000,000.00 is your bank details,telephone,Id Card and the Approval for Ecowas bailout fee.
If you can trust and obey this instruction, you will joyfully receive the fund this period. Do forward your information details along with the ECOWAS tax clearance fee which is only fee you will pay to have full contact with us and to get the Bank draft within three working days.
Provide your full name,telephone number,identity card and your home address so the releasing form will be file before the transaction will take place.Thank you as you obey the instruction.
Barrister Larry Nina.
The French Bar Association of Benin.
Wtf.C'mon Job, where's your backtracking? Or we just going to ignore this and move on?
Like we do with all the other absolute fucking bullshit you post?
Are you sure you work in a school?Yeah, I also highly doubt that your wife took them out for the day shopping in a normal mainstream school.
The only way I could see that happening is if the kid came into school with no shoes on, but going for a casual day out shopping in a mainstream school? Nope.
Oh come on - you know that the first year at University is now basically a foundation year for a lot of courses because students haven't attained the required level to actually do degree level work earlier on?And yet people like fixing things that are not broken
Don't give a shit. My educational achievements of the past are largely meaningless in terms of my income potential, and there's certainly no jealousy attached to todays students getting 2:1's - especially since employers know they're worth much less, so kids are finding it harder when they think they've actually done something.Good old 'I HAD IT WORSE IN MY DAY'
They're not worth less because they're getting easier, they're worth less because there are a lot more of them. Supply and Demand.
Partly agree - it's both. There's a lot more (yep, supply) but they're also easier. Out of necessity - because despite what's said to preserve people's fragile little emotions - average-IQ people simply don't cut the mustard when it comes to degree level education.They're not worth less because they're getting easier, they're worth less because there are a lot more of them. Supply and Demand.
Absolutely. 100%. Largely the preserve of the rich who've been to private school (and received a better education) tho - than a meritocracy. (Poor and clever? You can, but it's a lottery, and your experience there may well be coloured by the fact that you're working class and on the receiving end...)It's very simple:
1. Go to a top-tier university. It doesnt matter if you study flower arranging for three years, you'll still be more employable.
Again - agree, but they still sell "degree" - a lower quality degree.The expansion in lower-tier universities replaced the apprenticeships and direct school leaver pool, it didn't really affect top-tier colleges.
Yep - again, agree. But it's way more prevalent than it was 20 years ago. Masters degrees now are what we grad-hire when previously a 2:1 or above was an indicator of that level of intellectual quality and focus.2. Failing that, get a masters. Once again, create scarcity. This isn't new; I did a masters for that reason 20-odd years ago.