The question isn’t whether you’re a douche bag when you go to college. We were all kind of douche bags when we went to college, if we’re going to be honest about it. No, the question for America’s youth is: What kind of douche bag do you aspire to be? Like, Where can you go if you want to major in Jet Skiing? How about if you’re a trust-fund type but are embarrassed about it? What if you want to lord your intelligence over people for the rest of your life, in the form of a bumper sticker? Picking the right school can be daunting. That’s why GC offered up this guide. (Hint: If you’re an alum of an Ivy League school in Providence, Rhode Island, get ready to cancel your subscription!)
Recently, I had a friend ask me why I was going back to college at my age. My answer was, “because I felt I needed to.” When a person is presented with an opportunity why wouldn’t you? Perhaps it’s just a mindset or a need to finish unfinished business, but I see the opportunity to go back to school and so hopefully, I can finally concentrate on getting my college degree.
After finally trying to do things in life backwards, I finally have the chance and desire to achieve one of my most ultimate goals, and get my degree. Yes, I understand it’s late in life, but still it’s a great time to get this done.
Since getting older is such a liability in the workplace, I need to have the best chance possible to succeed. Not to say having a degree ensures success, but I like my odds a heck of a lot more with a degree.
So I start class in about 2 weeks. We’ll see how this goes. Wish me luck!
It’s good to see Michael Vick can change from fighting dogs and being inhumane, to working with the American Humane Society to tell people NOT to fight dogs.
I think everyone deserves a chance to rectify their mistakes in life. Hopefully, Michael has learned from his mistakes about dogs.