The Extra Line on my Resume

This blog is meant for everyone else who isn’t sure what in gods name they are doing with their lives, finals, and everything in between that shit. 

There is this “norm” – its called “having a degree.” I haven’t spent a majority of my life thinking about it but when I finished my military service, it was obvious that just like all my friends I was to begin my degree, which is exactly what I did. Now, in the army I was faced with many missions I found extremely difficult. But nothing in the lords name beats Micro Economics my friends.

Something about shooting an M-16 makes me feel much better then finding the equilibrium price between supply and demand of bushels in a specific firm. I mean lets be honest, this shit is important, but aren’t there better ways to help me pass it?

Has anyone else ever thought that finals or exams is completely unnecessary. Why is it that I am 100% tested and graded on my knowledge about Microeconomics through a 30 question exam that I only learned 3 days ago because my professor was obviously not bothered to explain it to me correctly? So what makes you think that what my brain obtained in 3 days- I will remember and use for the rest of my life? 

What about the 12 homework assignments I handed in this past semester? Oh that’s obviously worth only 3 bonus points on this filthy exam. COOL DUDE. 

SO what will I do after I get my degree in Government, Diplomacy and Strategy? Lets start with- THE FUCK IF I KNOW. And continue to Who ever thought that Government and Strategy are meant to be in the same sentence? 

But hey, this will hopefully, If I ever make it to graduation, be another line on my wonderful resume that will obviously prove how much smarter I am now then I was 3 years ago. NOT

I can remind you all of a few beautiful facts that my friends are I decided on this week:

C’s Get Degrees

Double D’s Will get you a job (Ladies) 

And Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, and Bill Gates all dropped out of college. Which means NO they did not pass Micro Economics. 

Remember, getting a degree isn’t for everyone. So wait is it for me? I have no idea. But as long as I am not getting kicked out, I don’t think I’m willing to give up just yet.

Good luck to everyone on their exams, keep it kosher, and peace in the Middle East.