Monday, May 26, 2008

It Took long enough

But I am finally a college graduate!

American Political Thought A-
The Law & You - P

It's a shame I had to wait an entire year just to take these last 4 credits, but hey, at least I'm done.

Oh, and as Kevin says in his newest post, I don't want everyone to go to college. My degree is of no value if any idiot with half a brain can get one. Lord knows I've seen plenty of people at UD that can't even germinate an intelligent thought. Anyone who says, "there are no stupid questions" has never been in a lecture hall with hundreds of liberal college students.

In order for some to succeed others must fail. That is a simple fact of life, and it's true of all species.

8 comments:

CTone said...

Congrats! All of your efforts will pay off. I have to basically start over, so call me envious.

mike's spot said...

Congrats!

what is your degree in?

Squeaky Wheel said...

Congrats! Law school's next for you, yeah?

Mike W. said...
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Mike W. said...

Political Science - which means it's fairly useless unless I want to go to grad school for Poli Sci and become a professor or something of that nature.

Law School? - who knows at this point. I'm kind of on the outside looking in at this point. Eventually I'll figure things out and go that route if at all possible.

JR said...

Congratulations!

You've proven that you can finish what you start. That puts you way ahead of most these days.

falnfenix said...

well it's about freaking time!! lol, i kid...congrats, hon. :) hard to believe that when i first encountered you on the interwebs, you'd just started school (or was it before that?).

Mike W. said...

Thanks for the congratulations everyone. It felt weird getting into the working world for almost a year before finishing, but I'm glad I'm done. (although lord knows I already miss college)

Faln - We met when I still had the corolla, which met its untimely demise my 1st year of college. That means I was 17 and still in high school.