View single post by srossi
 Posted: Sat Feb 6th, 2021 04:04 am
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Papa Voo wrote: beejmi wrote: I just don’t know where it ends. Or if it matters.

Buy everyone a house and put $100,000 in their bank account?

 You are right.  Things are just imbalanced and out of whack right now I have no idea how to fix it.  I am more into thinking it cannot be fixed. 

Something like this can EASILY be fixed in 2-3 years. That’s how long it would take most colleges to not be able to turn the lights on with almost no tuition coming in from government loans. Every single person employed by the colleges laid off. Probably it would take much less than that. But that requires someone who doesn’t give a fuck to tell all 18-21 year olds that they’re going to have to wait that long to get on with their lives. We’re doing that with everyone else during Covid and no one seems to mind, many are even taking pride in doing nothing to “save lives”. So instead of crying in their safe spaces they should be willing to take the 2 year sacrifice to solve this problem for generations to come. Universities will have to re-examine how they business in the free market, meaning competitive prices that can realistically be afforded and reduced overhead with fewer superfluous staff and programs, or no students on campus. Simple as can be with some guts.  I thought Trump had guts but he ne er even brought this up. 

Last edited on Sat Feb 6th, 2021 04:08 am by srossi

This thread was great before AA ruined it.