From: Damien Broderick (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Jan 13 2002 - 19:27:17 MST
At 11:12 AM 1/13/02 -0800, Chris Hibbert wrote:
>people want an education (for themselves or their children) enough to work
>overtime to get it, they value what they get and manage it wisely. If
>education is a gift or a right, many will squander it and not realize until
>they finally are on their own that their choices make a difference.
You bet. People must stop paying differentially for the education of their
children, especially via inherited wealth. Those sorry offspring at Harvard
and Yale and Oxford and Melbourne University who have prime-rib education,
attractive clothes, sexy cars and excellent housing heaped upon them
without suffering will come to no good, mark my words.
Or maybe not.
[pretty much a self-made man, but look what a mess I made of it]
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