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Comment from: piggyefromhell [Visitor]
If they are wise enough, they understand that exploring it tomorrow is less expensive only if we are exploring it today. If you don't progress today, the cost of progress never changes.
2011-Feb-27, Sun @ 23:31
Comment from: Alex [Member]
Yes, but those who explore it today are those who graduated yesterday.

NOT those who told themselves today "Ah, screw the uni, let me explore right now".
2011-Feb-28, Mon @ 08:52
Comment from: piggyefromhell [Visitor]
If you put it in this terms, then I agree. At least in theory, university is the fastest way to understand the experience of many generations. Though, it's not enough.
2011-Feb-28, Mon @ 20:03
Comment from: Alex [Member]
2011-Mar-08, Tue @ 23:45
Comment from: HareyKelvin [Visitor]
I disagree, but I will not try to initiate a debate because I am right now too unwilling to accept a different viewpoint (http://youarenotsosmart.com/2010/06/23/confirmation-bias/).

Instead, this (http://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2011/03/an-anti-college-backlash/73214/) and some related reads on the same page might seem interesting to you.
2011-Apr-02, Sat @ 20:06

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