Ok, I could talk about this, but I think we all know what's going on there, so we'll let others deal with it for now.
Instead, I'd like to talk about The King's Speech. A movie I have not seen, but desperately want to. But I am so happy one of my favorite actors got an Oscar.
Very handsome and modest.
What else? Oh, I guess my book won't take as long as this. At least I hope not.
And today is the first day of metereological spring. Yay! February is over, March is in like a lamb and I really, really, really want a new bike. I'm thinking Trek women specific design. Trek is made in my home state, I think I should put my money back into my state.
If a person has a master's degree, how much money do you think they should be making annually? $30k? $40K? $50K? $60K? I suppose you will say, well it all depends on what you do. But, if everyone with masters has to take 60 hours of credit and write a thesis, no matter what the subject, and have to pay the tuition and fees, what should they have to show for it at the end? And if they shouldn't need a master's, then what is the case for postgraduate education? What is the purpose?
(Yeah, the ulterior motive is I want to see if I'm making what other people think I'm worth. I have two masters by the way.) And if you haven't seen Keely, head over to the UnMom via the ugly button at the top.