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Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for May 28, 2021

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    Digital Frog  5 months ago

    What does a PhD in Philosophy say?

    Why would you like fries with that?

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    stevesilver48  5 months ago

    BS. MS. More of Same. PhD. Piled higher and Deeper.

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    marilynnbyerly  5 months ago

    The sad thing is that’s absolutely true.

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    Superfrog  5 months ago

    While people with no education will B.S. for free.

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    Jml58  5 months ago

    He could try to be a stand Up Comedian.

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    Concretionist  5 months ago

    The Engineer asks “How does that work?”

    The Physicist asks “Why does that work?”

    The Mathematician asks “Can we prove it works?”

    … and…

    The Philosopher asks "D’you want fries with that?…

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    flashdrive1988  5 months ago

    M.S. – More of the Same

    Ph.D. – Piled Higher and Deeper.

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    Asharah  5 months ago

    Been there, done that.

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    lordskyhook  5 months ago

    non demoncRAT says get a job ya lazy millennial leech!

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    jimchronister2016  5 months ago

    Now That’s a good one Wiley!

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    Richard S Russell Premium Member 5 months ago

    Get a job as a purchasing agent, and you get to Buy Stuff for money.

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    Alabama Al  5 months ago

    Has there ever been a more applicable acronym than that for the Bachelor of Science degree?

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    in.amongst  5 months ago

    The Global Winner-Take-All coalition has proposed a small but realistic tweak: “Got BA; Will BS for $BS”.

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    AnotherFineMess  5 months ago

    Sounds like he majored in English.

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    Kaputnik  5 months ago

    If he’d gotten a B.S., he might be more employable, but if not, he couldn’t B.A. for food.

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    RitaGB  5 months ago

    Was the comments section on this site the inspiration here?

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member 5 months ago

    My plumber says no one coming up to do the job. I guess paying off college debt flipping burgers is preferable.

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    Say What?  5 months ago

    It was those who have B.S.’s that developed the vaccines. It was those who have B.A.’s that developed the Netflix content to keep us sane while we waited.

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    dflak  5 months ago

    BS = Blind to Science – a prerequisite to be a member of a certain political party.

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 5 months ago

    Even at this juncture in the young college graduates life, there are more doors open to him than there were before he graduated. If the job offering required a bachelors degree you better have one or be a good liar.

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    cdward  5 months ago

    Now that’s corporate material right there.

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    SF Troop86 Premium Member 5 months ago

    Future Facebook “fact checker”…

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    strictures  5 months ago

    His next location will be Harvard Law or Business School. All that comes out of there is BS!

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    akachman Premium Member 5 months ago

    Got a MD. Will fight with insurance companies and get blamed for patients’ poor health (thanks fast food joint on EVER corner and low minimum wage) for $ (primary care; only docs paid less are…wait for it… Pediatricians. Yeh! Great, because who wants healthy kids, right?!). Sad.

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    sandpiper  5 months ago

    Education needs to be practical and applicable. 60 years ago, I was offered an immersion course in Mandarin Chinese, good for 24 language credits. While I was thinking about that and the time involved, a friend asked, ‘Ok. Sounds great. Who else do you know who speaks Chinese?’ I enrolled in European languages instead. Came in much handier. Still useful for occasional crossword clue. :} )

    Wonder what the grad’s future might have looked like had he included some industrial training classes in his curriculum?

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    Linguist  5 months ago

    Well, you’ve got to give the kid props. He’s got to pay off his student loans somehow.

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    lonecat  5 months ago

    I am so tired of the anti-intellectualism of American society. I have a PhD in classical literature. I also have a good teaching position. I believe that literature is a record of the conversation the human race has with itself over the important questions of life—about religion, about freedom, about how society should be organized, about justice, about human relationships. Literature is also a lot of fun. I try to help my students understand this conversation. I don’t tell them the answers. I try to teach them how to read so they can work out the answers for themselves. My students seem to find the conversation interesting. I have many repeat customers, students who take two or three courses with me. When they graduate they get all kinds of jobs. I’m not expecting them to become professors, I’m hoping that they will be thoughtful citizens.

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    doesntplaywellwithothers  5 months ago

    Too true

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    Michael G.  5 months ago

    Did you try to BS this week?

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    zwilnik64  5 months ago

    Yawn. “Kids these days jokes” have never really been funny, and given the totality of the situation (college is mandatory, and drives most young people into mortgage like debt), cruel.

    You usually do better Wiley, but the “Kids suck, and I’m a luddite” strains are a poor look.

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    squireobrien  5 months ago

    Must have 3-5 years experience for this entry level job.

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    Bill The Nuke  5 months ago

    I once made the comment that someone with a degree in liberal arts is qualified to say “Would you like fries with that order?” and my son’s girlfriends mother gave me a frosty look and told me that she had a liberal arts degree. My reply was “So you know exactly what I’m talking about.” We didn’t hit it off.BTW she was sales clerk at a jewelry store so I wasn’t far off.

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    thelordthygod666  5 months ago

    I gnerally prefer my employees to have liberal arts undergraduates degrees. I’ve found they are more open and innovative. Then again, my business requires employees to look at the big picture.

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    KEA  5 months ago

    I could go on a rant here about how education should NOT be about getting a job, but I’ll save it for another day.

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    AndrewSihler  5 months ago

    People pay money for B.S.?? Why, when it’s ankle-deep on the ground (and waist-deep in many political contexts)?

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    Mediatech  5 months ago

    Those with an inherent lack of integrity will always have a future in politics, advertising, televangelism, banking, journalism, or the stock exchange.

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    winston5610  5 months ago

    Come back when you can pile it higher and deeper.

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