Good job, you just made the same joke that all the other comedians have already. I hope you're proud of yourself, because I'm sure not.
Controversial but I like it.
Business students get the best of both :)
That's not how it works. May the worms of pragmatism eat the insides of society.
mhm, because art means nothing.
Of course. I forgot how worthless to society art is.
There's certainly some truth to this, and maybe it's meant in good humor . . . but, realistically, I doubt anyone would want to live in a world populated solely by marine biologists, atmospheric scientists, economists, and nuclear physicists. I mean, come on, already.
Also, WTF GreyShade08? Are Mozart symphonies, Van Gogh paintings, and Faulker novels not things "that actually matter?" Who wants to play video games without intriguing graphics or audio? Not a very circumspect viewpoint, perhaps...
What a shortsighted way to view education.
Really? Business students are lumped into the "unproductive" group? tell that to your accountants, CEOs, CFOs, marketing managers, etc. Where would America be without businessmen and women? I'm going to school for my BA in Business Management and I bet it would be easier for me to find a job than, say, a teacher. At least here in California. OH, and I have more schoolwork than MANY of my friends. Our business program is supposedly the most grueling.
i agree with veritasluxmea.
I'm a productive member of society because I have a high paying accounting job. What are you?
No kidding. Art and business students drive me nuts, specifically for this reason. But I'm at the very least guaranteed a better paying job than these fools.
Judging by the reviews I would say there are a lot of art majors on SU.
No wonder his comic skills suck.