I love school on-line!

Yeah, I'm back in school.


With my schedule, there's no other way for me to do it. Case in point: Next week.

I start the week in Youngstown. Then I'll be in Cincy for two days, then Columbus, then back in Youngstown.

The next week - Youngstown.

The week after that - Columbus.

The week after that - Cincinnati.


Now it's only been two days, but I'm finding there are some really beneficial things about going to school on-line.

First - I can do it when I have time. Be that at work, after work or at midnight.

Second - When I read something posted by one of my classmates, I don't have to stifle my response. I can say, loudly, "That the dumbest fucking thing I've read today."

Case in point:

An answer to why business systems still need work:
Business systems still need more development because the market is constantly changing and updating itself. Desktop computers have been around for centuries, but most are outdated and lacking in the new-world technologies. Business systems have to integrate and grow with the new technology its surrounded by in order to stay competitive in the business world.
Desktop computers have been around for CENTURIES? That's the dumbest fucking thing I've read today.

About the author - she's 25, lives in Chicago, works for a pharmaceutical corporation. Her goal in life - to design video game covers. Not games. Covers.

Follow a dumb kid home ...

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