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Apr 16 2019

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I just read another article about the college pay for play scandal or whatever they’re calling it. This one was about how one of the accused actress/parents could do 20 years for the crime of bribing their kids way a prestigious college and money laundering. My first thought is who the hell would pay that much extra money for an education that’s already overpriced? Why even send the kids to college, I’m sure you could skip all that nonsense and just buy them a degree, probably a little more expansive but think of all the time they’d save.

Then there’s the magnitude of damage that it has done  to the “students”, and I have trouble believing that the students didn’t know about it.  Maybe not right away in today’s “I’m entitled to everything” culture, but eventually they’re going to feel like a piece of crap, knowing that they didn’t do it based on any of their own merit, but rather on Mommy and Daddy’s guilt for ignoring them when they were small children.

But my most prevalent thought on the whole thing, is “What a wasted opportunity for the schools”. You had these middle men making money selling this product of guaranteed admission. The schools should just auction off a few dozen spots to the highest bidder and take the middle man out of the equation. These overpriced institutions of higher learning are getting tax money in one form or another, so instead, they could generate extra revenue by selling the spots. You think anyone would give a shit if they found out some clown spent an extra million bucks to go to the same school they attend? I doubt it, they would just laugh and say, what an idiot.

I actually think that at least part of the high tuition fees have nothing to do with costs but that they’re more of a entry control point. Sure they give grants and scholarships to certain students, but only to those that the gatekeepers allow in. It reminds me of a post I did a couple years ago about the .car and .cars NGTLD’s.  I compared those high priced extensions to the price of beer at any given bar.  They set the price based on the type of clientele they want patronizing their establishment, and if they have PBR on tape they’re saying “we accept anyone  with a pulse”.  High priced universities are not serving PBR.

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AddItAllUp.com  what’s the total

AiDistrict.com  The part of your city where the smart bots live, they’re slowly taking over the rest of the city

BrickOfLife.com  Probably not much value, but it made be think of the building blocks of life, or maybe one of those bricks you can buy as a memorial, they put them into a sidewalk or building and memorializing whatever you paid money to have remembered.

BuildStandard.com  nothing fancy just a normal builing

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DealTheory.com  understand how deals get done by learning deal theory

DeluxeAsset.com

DoActivity.com  Get out and do something

EnergyTrustFund.com

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HumKey.com an app that helps you tune your humming to the correct key

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LoveAndNurture.com  A name for raising kids

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RoadHire.com A hauling service

SaveSee.com maybe a brand for photos, or an photo app

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SkillDriving.com  Learn how to drive with skill, first thing they teach is to not be a jackass and drive really slow in the left lane.

SortCash.com  A machine for when you have so much cash you don’t have time to sort it by hand. I think drug lords and money launderers would buy them

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ThriveElite.com

ToSkill.com

TradeEmployment.com  work exchange

TrollMedia.com  Hire this agency to do your troll work for you. They will stalk anyone you want on line and talk shit all day long

TruckHard.com  A work hard type of name

UltraCertified.com

VideoSuggestion.com  What will come up next on youtube, netflix or hulu

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WhatsitCalled.com  I don’t know, find out here. or just use google

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LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

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I grew a beard while I was on vacation. I had to shave it off to go back to work.

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