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  1. about 4 hours ago on Luann

    Leave Bernice alone, girl. Pick your own size. And what part of shut-down did you not understand when you were waiting for 35 minutes? Heck, why are you even in college if you are too dumb to understand the situation?

  2. 1 day ago on Luann

    Artists are not human services. They sell art. Unless you are talking about the human model – that, again, is not service. They are paid to pose. The artist does nothing to the model – they draw from afar. The human model could be for artists and photographers – they serve the same purpose. Prostitutes are illegal in all states except Henderson, NV, just north of Las Vegas, and in Henderson, prostitutes are required to certify monthly for STD check and other stuff. Dog walkers are not human service but a pet service.

  3. 1 day ago on Luann

    Bernice DID tell her she is in the wrong place, that Moony is not a beauty school. She is telling her she needs to go to that place. Tiffany is reacting poorly – getting angry and yelling instead of asking questions about beauty school. She is upset she can’t sell nail services and make money NOW. Her mind is on one track now – making money. She is angry Bernice is taking that away from her. She needs to calm down so she could re-think her life path, drop from Moony and enroll in a cosmetology school. She will THANK Bernice one day for catching her and changing her life because if she hadn’t she would have stayed at Moony and graduated with a useless degree.

  4. 1 day ago on Luann

    Gates and Jobs were in college to major in computers and these computers were their ASSIGNMENTS. They just went beyond and dropped out to take their college assignments into the stratosphere. And they didn’t sell services in college. They were limited in the classroom, their grades were dependent on the instructions and rubrics – they were already beyond that.

  5. 1 day ago on Luann

    No. It is the law. Nobody can provide human services without certification from an institution of learning and license from the state. The university complies to that law.

  6. 1 day ago on Luann

    And yet, Luann, the more human one of the bff, would say exactly the same thing. It is Tiffany being dumb here, classifying selling nail services in the dorm as finding a career in a university. She doesn’t even know about licensure, the law, and that her career path could begin with a business degree from Moony or going to a beauty school for her cosmetology degree then apply for a license to provide services. Bernice is only pointing all that out to her…sadly the majority of students at Moony are probably more like Tiffany than Bernice. Many of them are there because parents require them to attend the U and get a degree. Many of them don’t have any real goals and lack ambition and not too smart – barely passed the ACT test. Many of them party and skip classes. Pay someone to take their tests online and/or write papers for them. It is a widespread concern in the universities now – students getting degrees by paying someone else. Universities have gotten so big these days that everything is automated. Professors don’t know their students – they are just student ID numbers to them. SO, students begin their careers knowing nothing about their jobs. SO, it is good that Tiffany is finding out she doesn’t need to be at Moony and head to the registrar office to fill out a withdrawal form.

  7. 2 days ago on Luann

    Yeah, prediactable. She is not interested in earning a degree. Now that her credit card was restricted, she needed moola and she is much more interested in making money and doing what makes her happy and make money at the same time. She is just in the wrong post-secondary school. UNLESS she majors in accounting or business so she can start a nail salon business. Hope Bernice thinks fast and advises of that.

  8. 2 days ago on Luann

    Yeah, I was just commenting that Bernice is not stepping outside of her job boundaries, that it was within her job description. I, too, was not so literal about the small stuff. I tend to tell students to keep their doors closed and keep things private as in not getting the word to the cre/crh and the dean. We usually knew about room parties and we did check these rooms to make sure everything was ok and we did not personally check for underages unless we happened to know specific individuals to be underage and we pulled them out. Better pull out than have something happen to them and get ourselves into trouble. Yeah, we let stuff slide. I don’t think Bernice is the type, tho.

  9. 2 days ago on Luann

    Thank you. :-) I know sometimes I type a long paragraph – I just like to cover everything. Must be the teacher in me spilling over in here. :-)

  10. 3 days ago on Luann

    The RA is the enforcer so Bernice IS doing her job. I am glad to see her not saying “Oh Tiffany, selling nail painting services. So cool! Better hurry before the cre/crh (coordinator of residence education or hall – her boss) shows up, ya know, because you’re not supposed to do this in the dorm or on campus. I will lock the door so no more can come in – just those already inside, OK.?” Something like that. She gives it straight – she can’t do that and gotta stop. Time for Tiffany to learn the rules – she can’t just up and do whatever she wants. She lives in a society of rules and laws. She needs to know what they are. After all, she admired herself in her hand mirror and groomed herself in Mr. Fogarty’s history class throughout high school so she knows nil about civics.