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August 15, 2009 in Education, Stupidity | Permalink
In just 100 years, there'll be 644 grandmother deaths/ 100 student!? That's insane!! We should abandon all institutes of higher education immediately!! This is a matter of survival! :P
From a less jocular perspective, does that exponential graph (assuming the guy really did compile that data for 20 yrs) mean each generation is getting lazier at an exponential rate!?!? I think not. It just means some excuses are becoming more **fashionable** than others. You'd agree, yea?
August 15, 2009 at 03:02 AM
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