Thursday, March 5, 2015

Snow Day!

Congratulations!  The school decided to close for once, because of the ongoing snowstorm.  Yes, the school is stingy when it comes to protecting the lives of their students/faculty.  Hell, if the governor didn't assign a snow day to schools, it would still be opening.  Are they really that uncaring?  Yes, they will run you over for a penny.  It's that bad.  I'm not even mentioning how many additional charges they tax you on other than tuition.  They throw in student fees, computer lab fees, "science lab" fees, and all other kinds of fees that you don't even encounter on a daily basis.  Once again, it's that bad.  The school system just tries to charge you for whatever they can squeeze the life out of you.

In other news, here's my current selling of my Transformer line.  This is one of my biggest sales!  I hope to reuse the money to grab my hands on the new Devastator, Generations Combiner Wars Devastator!  It's going to cost $150, but I don't even think it's out yet.  I'm yielding about $50 after purchasing this piece about a year ago.  I could be selling it for more, but I need the money for tuition and whatever crazy registration exam they make you pay for.  This year it's $200 just to take the exam.  

To be honest, I don't understand why school takes so long.  By the time you graduate, you're officially old.  Everyone you knew or care about is OLD.  It's such a waste of time and life.  I don't understand the full extent of it, but I know it's not for me.  When I worked as a cashier in the pharmacy, grandpas would come and tell me how their daughter/grand daughter just graduated from law school and couldn't find work.  Four years?  Six years?  Eight years?  Fourteen years of school?  How much is enough?  As long as I'm making in the dough, I don't care about schooling.  The student loan debt in this country is sky rocketing off the charts!  There's no one who can pay for these crazy tuition prices.  I might as well come back down to Earth and just settle for a minimum wage job just to get my foot in the door to whatever industry is left standing in the market.  I won't go back to school after my x-ray education, unless someone is paying me for it.  Would you like to be $50,000?  $100,000 in debt!?  Do you know what it feels like to be in debt!?  You have a negative net profit margin!  It means that you never made money and that your education was full of horse manure, piss, and pee.  How the hell is anyone suppose to survive out there with how the education system is run in this country?  $100,000 of tuition money gone down the toilet, because the school system is just some kind of marketing scheme to make money off of kids?  I want to feel like school is worth a damn, but it really isn't.  You're better off starting from the bottom in some minimum wage job as a stock boy and/or waiter.  This is absolute rubbish.  

In any event, you can see myself trying to progress with my own company.  Every penny I make from whatever job I can grab, I'd put in formulating and growing my own company.  Yes, I want my own company even if it means that it only exists in some kind of dank, stinky garage.  I'd rather spend that $50,000 of fake tuition money in my own endeavors and if I fail; I'd be a lot happier to know that I tried something for real instead of trying to be like everyone else in some cookie cutter, piece of paper degree you just hangup on the wall.  I'm not going to care if you have a piece of paper on the wall.  My customers don't care.  They just want "the product".  Whatever the hell my product is, my job is to sell it!  Sales is what makes money.  If paying for school helps me invent some kind of marketable product that works for me than it's worth the money; but I've never come across such a school before.  The schools they have here are just to suck up your hard, earned cash.  They want the dumbest requirements ever.  Liberal arts?  Religion?  Philosophy?  What the hell are these things? I want to know how to create and sell a God damn product; not learn about Buddha.  What part about "I got kidz to feed" do you not understand!?  Is it so hard to teach people what they need to know to be financially stable?  Unfortunately, school isn't about that.  School is about draining the hell out of you.  Seriously, I wish there was a school that actually taught students finances, product production, market, sales, etc. but that's only found in what's called "industry".  There's a huge disconnect between what goes on in schools and what happens in the real world of business.  I for one am not going to be suckered into signing up for some lying, cheating school program that has nothing to show for itself but lame requirement classes.  I want my own business, do things the way I can manage, and not worry about $100,000 of unnecessary school loans.       

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