[iDC] A Modest Proposal: Let's get rid of the teachers

Andreas Schiffler aschiffler at ferzkopp.net
Sat Feb 21 16:23:50 UTC 2009

Hmm, I guess you are onto something there. :-)  

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    Outside US: +1.718.989.5746
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Found the above in my Junk folder - different number, same area code, 
and no teachers. And the quoting is worthy of a degree itself. Must be a 
sign of the times, that one seems to be able to buy your way out of 

Geert Lovink wrote:
>> From: "Cyrstal Merrie" <cmerriejj at sun.com>
>> Date: 20 February 2009 11:14:16 AM
>> To: <sleiffer at xs4all.nl>
>> Subject: 'BUY a degree - The new way of earning a degree pndsf lnx
>> Reply-To: "Cyrstal Merrie" <cmerriejj at sun.com>
>> To buy a degree is quite easy these days. Nevertheless most students  
>> just sit around in their usually boring local University classes,  
>> wasting money. Why would you do that? These days buying a degree is  
>> a matter of personal motivation. But why should you buy a degree?  
>> The main reason is the fact that buying a degree on1ine is going to  
>> save you time, a lot of time. Usually you have to verify your life  
>> experience and you instantly qualify. Even though that is not the  
>> main cause why people are buying life experience degree.
>> The actual reason why people buy a life experience degree is because  
>> they can not go to a institution in their surrounding area that  
>> offers the diploma program they are heading for: For example, if you  
>> live near a College which only offers renowned marketing degree,  
>> then this doesn't help you a bit if you're looking for a marketing  
>> degree. To attend classes you might have to travel long distances.  
>> Then it might be that the degree that you want is only offered by a  
>> institution which costs a fortune. So you have to leave your place,  
>> look for accommodation in the University's place and do all the  
>> other stuff involved costing you tons of cheeze.
>> If you buy a degree by verifying your life experience or work  
>> experience, you can find the right degree for you without ever  
>> having to leave your workplace and instead get all the documents  
>> like the diploma certificate with the University's legal  
>> verification and official seal certifying the degree chosen, the  
>> transcript, a cover letter, copies of the College's or University's  
>> official certificate of accreditation, the institutions postal  
>> prospectus approval and a few important things more.
>> Having a University degree is very important these days, and as  
>> always in life you should only stick with something you want.
>> Beware choosing to be something just because it was the only good  
>> degree your local institution offered. After all, you are only going  
>> to be good at your job if you like to do it. Thus, you have to get a  
>> degree that means something to
>> you. This used to be a task that could take you years.
>> Buying a degree is nothing harmful. It's a win-win situation for the  
>> Colleges involved as well as for you, getting the degree you dreamed  
>> of.Give us a call if you are interested to buy a degree from an  
>> University!
>> If you are interested to obtain your own degree, please give us a  
>> call at
>>    1.718.9895.740 (INSIDE USA)
>>   +1.718.9895.740 (OUTSIDE USA)
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