Great News on Ty Warren

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    College is stupid.  Americans waste so much time and money on education.  Get out in the real world already.
    Posted by themightypatriotz



    A college eduaction is the very key to success for most who do succeed and if you tell your kids this, they will never succeed, assuming that you have kids.  Just sayin'...  Kind of like you in reverse.
     
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    In Response to Re: Great News on Ty Warren : Why not throw engineers and architects in there too?  Let anyone build a bridge or a skyscraper.  What could possibly go wrong? 
    Posted by CablesWyndBairn


    being an architect myself, i must say that if we cut out schooling, we would all probably die. buildings would collapse and buildings would be hazardous.
     
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    In Response to Re: Great News on Ty Warren : A college eduaction is the very key to success for most who do succeed and if you tell your kids this, they will never succeed, assuming that you have kids.  Just sayin'...  Kind of like you in reverse.
    Posted by Dessalines


    Actually the people who succeed the most usually don't have a college degree. Look at Bill Gates, Thomas Edison, Nostradamus, and most of the innovators
    throught our history. Very few of them ever graduated from a college.
     
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    I have to believe that having a healthy Warren will help the run D (an area where he was already proficient) much like having Bodden back will help the pass D. I don't know that either helps the pass rush alot. It also could depend on whether both can stay healthy for an entire season (obviously not a given) and how quickly they get into game shape.

    As for the college degree, you are probably less likely to hold up a liquor store if you have one. Yes, there a elites, but if you don't have the silver spoon and yet make through Harvard Law School or MIT Engineering then chances are you're a heck of a lot smarter than the average person.  That's not elite. That's hierarchy. Same reason NFL players are in better shape than you.
     
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    In Response to Re: Great News on Ty Warren : being an architect myself, i must say that if we cut out schooling, we would all probably die. buildings would collapse and buildings would be hazardous.
    Posted by natesubs


    You know I was kidding, right?  I'm throwing myself a bone too since I'm a P.L.S.
     
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    In Response to Re: Great News on Ty Warren : Actually the people who succeed the most usually don't have a college degree. Look at Bill Gates, Thomas Edison, Nostradamus, and most of the innovators throught our history. Very few of them ever graduated from a college.
    Posted by rtuinila


    They are the exceptions, not the rule. 
     
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    Guys, his hip was an ongoing thing from back in 2009 & he played as well as he could along with other alements....he took off training in the 2010 preseason to see if he'd heal enough to not have to get his hip worked on & while he was taking the summer workout off he followed through on his degree...by the time the season came around he still wasn't better so he & Bill B. decided it was best to get the operation & take 2010 season off so he'd be good to go 2011....he just happened to  be able to get his degree durring that down time killing two birds(degree/operation) with one stone....I see absolutly no problem at all with what he did....
    Posted by dmcpatsfan

    I hope he comes back healthy and helps us - I really do - I'm a Pats fan, but do you really think Belichick tells his injured guys after the season, we got 9 months till football let's put off that surgery that will fix the problem. Every year there are 10 guys on a team that have corrective offseason surgery, the rehab is time consuming and painful...tough to get your degree during that.
     
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    In Response to Re: Great News on Ty Warren : being an architect myself, i must say that if we cut out schooling, we would all probably die. buildings would collapse and buildings would be hazardous.
    Posted by natesubs


    Is your name Costanza?
     
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    In Response to Re: Great News on Ty Warren : Sounds to me like a big scam, you and the other architects are undoubtedly fabricating.  Pretty much defines precisely the definition of your classic "Pyramid Scheme."  Pharoahs architects scr#win' him over the same way you guys are STILL doin' it to every one of us.  Some things'll never change...
    Posted by LazarusintheSanatorium


    architects really don't make much money till later in their careers (between 45-55K), plus architects are vastly underpaid for all of the services they provide.
    Considering that 6-7 years of schooling plus liscensing and 3-4 years of internship this is vastly underpaid.  professions with similar education and liscensing levels such as Doctors, lawyers, etc. make a significantly more. 

     
     
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    Shoot 'em Elizabeth!
     
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    In Response to Re: Great News on Ty Warren : Actually the people who succeed the most usually don't have a college degree. Look at Bill Gates, Thomas Edison, Nostradamus, and most of the innovators throught our history. Very few of them ever graduated from a college.
    Posted by rtuinila


    yep...you are talking about the outliers - perhaps not even .01% of the population. unfortunately most of us are not geniuses (what's the plural of that?). and if we were all geniuses, there wouls still be the very few who will be smarter and do much better. ultimately there are thousands of times more people who are earning a small salary becasue they did not go to college.
     
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