As an educational professional I certainly would thumb past a online degree holder application in favour of a full time graduate , lamenting under my breath that those online degree mill holders are sadly lacking in the human communication department.
Although I never sought advice from you, It makes me even more grateful that you have not only managed to offload some of your wisdom on to me but you've managed to load it with a sarcastic, mocking and arrogant tone. I'm honored you think I was worth the trouble..
Instead of posting 10.2 posts on here every single day of your god given life. Maybe consider going outside and meeting people. It will do you the world of good.
My cousin got her special education degree online while she was working at summer camps and what not with special ed children. It seemed to be a nice balance. It probably as served more effective than a traditional brick-and-morder degree.
“You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist.” -Friedrich Nietzsche
I was thinking of that place in Middle Earth.
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