Sunday, July 15, 2012

Higher Education

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There is an awful lot of advertising in this country pushing for-profit schools who claim that they will train you for a prosperous career. Many of the programs are bogus. I can't tell you how many people come through my office after attending one of them, who have tens of thousands of dollars in federally guaranteed student loans and can't find a job in their chosen field. It's become a scandal.

Better you should learn something practical, a field that requires technical skill and is always in demand. You could sign up at the Pagan Picnic.

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11 comments:

Oakland Daily Photo said...

What kind of SAT scores do they want to see?

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I don't know if this course looks a little lacking Bob, there's not a broomstick in sight!!

Stefan Jansson said...

Where can I sign up?

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

But which witch school?

Birdman said...

Are warlocks welcomed? Margaret Hamilton would be so proud. Her degree in witchery came from Phoenix or Kaplan Universities. hahahaha

cieldequimper said...

Lol @ Grace! I might become a druid myself...

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

And all these years I thought witches were born, and not taught. I guess I went to the wrong type of school. Witches were a part of the curriculum primarily due to the Salem Witch Trials.

Sharon said...

I had no idea this was a craft that could be taught! Sign me up.

William Kendall said...

Obviously the schools of witchcraft and wizardry on this side of the Atlantic don't have the deep pockets of Hogwarts.

Virginia said...

I love your wit B. Witch School. Some say I am a graduate!
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Jack said...

The Salem witch frenzy began in the town where I grew up, and a neighboring homestead belonged to a woman burned at the stake for having been found to be a witch. I come by this honestly and don't need to take the witch classes.