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Published on Feb 2, 2012
There's been a lot made about the worth of a college degree. Some seem to believe that it is a Ponzi scheme, where thousands of unwilling teenagers are duped into spending tens - or hundreds - of thousands of dollars to obtain a piece of paper that claims an elitist membership. Others believe that college is far more than getting laid for getting paid, drunk, or both, a ritualistic "growing up" that drives our economy. I offer my insight on a highly caffeinated binge, and some of my classic sardonic humor. Is college really a scam? And is there a place for the Starbucks barista in society?