To School, Or Not To School. That is the mofokin question bitches. Found while surfin... yeah go ahead drop out of school its 100% guaranteed you will get a lamborghini Scholar vs dropout who wins question mark
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#22 - kaboomz
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(12/09/2013) [-]
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yeah
go ahead
drop out of school

its 100% guaranteed you will get a lamborghini
#49 to #22 - takemythumb
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(12/09/2013) [-]
Only if you're going to be a whore.
Only if you're going to be a whore.
#31 to #22 - haroldsaxon
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(12/09/2013) [-]
You drop out when your on your way to be successful, you don't drop out because you want to be successful. There's a difference between dropping out of school, because you don't like school, and dropping out to follow ambitions.

Let's bring some numbers up in this bitch. The success rate of entrepreneurs , in my country is a huge 10%. However it rises to 70% for people who've already failed once.
#54 to #31 - ieatbengay
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(12/09/2013) [-]
a lot of music artists don't start succeeding till they've been unemployed or living off of minimum wage for a while and judging by the choice of car and licence plate i would guess he/she is not much of a business person
#78 to #54 - joshlol
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(12/09/2013) [-]
Anyone with a sense of humour could pick that license plate, and being into a certain car doesn't dictate what you do for a living.
#48 to #31 - lolchris
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(12/09/2013) [-]
*you're
now try to guess which one you put wrong you uneducated swine
#26 to #22 - brewswillis
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(12/09/2013) [-]
joke's on you, i already got mine
#27 to #26 - kaboomz
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(12/09/2013) [-]
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#44 to #27 - chaosnazo
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(12/09/2013) [-]
What's that show?
#45 to #44 - Gertjaars
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(12/09/2013) [-]
Penn and Teller: Fool us
#46 to #45 - chaosnazo
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(12/09/2013) [-]
Thanks bro
#10 - byobgraffpro
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(12/09/2013) [-]
if you have something lined up that doesn't require a hs or college education, why not? that's really all, if you drop out and coast on your parents wealth youre a dick
#4 - Happytreefriend
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(12/09/2013) [-]
makin us Pennsylvanians look smart...
#5 to #4 - ohmyjebus
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(12/09/2013) [-]
and we're anything but
#47 - djjeroenski
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(12/09/2013) [-]
reminder: license plates don't always tell the truth
#30 - thebeerdude
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(12/09/2013) [-]
>No backseat to sleep on
>No large trunk to load beer into
>No flickering radio giving an awesome and rustique sound
>No space for bumperstickers making awesome dick jokes

4/10 would go with Hyundai
#71 to #30 - vonspyder
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(12/09/2013) [-]
no ten year 100,000 mile warranty either. go with the hyundai.
#75 to #30 - anon
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(12/09/2013) [-]
But I like to get stoned then go fast
#60 - thismustbeseen
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(12/09/2013) [-]
There is this old retired professor I used to work for 2 years ago who made around ~$150k a year, he drove me home in his car once, which ended up being this 10 year old, black, beat up rust bucket.

At first I was like... "what?..."..

then I realized he didn't need a better car, and smart people don't care about ******** like "bling"
#66 to #60 - justwhatevs
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(12/09/2013) [-]
YAY GENERALIZATIONS
#76 to #60 - humorouswaste
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(12/09/2013) [-]
yes
smart people know that
due to legal limitations; having a fast car is a waste of money on the road
you cant carry more than 1 friends
you cant carry anything
your insurance is premium
you cant park or you risk scratching a 5000 paint job
#85 to #76 - thismustbeseen
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(12/09/2013) [-]
Well of course... but I realized that even say, a year-old Mazda that costs $30k is unnecessary...even the kind of car that you would expect any kind of typical "successful person" (and not just someone who wants to show off their small penis) to drive is unnecessary.

Makes me wonder where the guy put all his money.

#88 to #85 - humorouswaste
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(12/09/2013) [-]
unnecessary, but effective marketing keeps them aloft and theres not much we can do about that
#79 to #76 - pennstatecivic
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(12/09/2013) [-]
insurance is ridiculous! there is a spoiled ass kid at my college who drives a gallardo superleggera and his insurance is 40k per year. not to mention the oil changes that cost about a grand every couple months. and the tires are about a grand per set too without mounting/balancing. the maintenance costs are what get you.
TL;DR I'd still buy one if i had the money even though supercars are a money pit
#81 to #79 - humorouswaste
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(12/09/2013) [-]
why mango?
#82 to #81 - pennstatecivic
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(12/09/2013) [-]
why what?
#83 to #82 - humorouswaste
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(12/09/2013) [-]
why buy a money pit?
#87 to #83 - pennstatecivic
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(12/09/2013) [-]
because i have loved cars since i was a kid and never grew out of it. to me they are functional works of art on top of being gasoline fueled adrenaline machines. if i ever got to own, or even drive, a lamborghini, ferrari, or nissan gt-r it would be a borderline spiritual experience. may sound crazy, but cars are my passion. i'm hoping law school (and possibly business school in the fall too) pay off, if not i'm reasonable and have a dream car in almost any price range lol
#89 to #87 - humorouswaste
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(12/09/2013) [-]
will you use your cars on a track?
#90 to #89 - pennstatecivic
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(12/09/2013) [-]
i'd probably go to track days if i live near any. plus there is always the chance of going to the gumball 3000 someday...esp if it comes to the usa
#80 to #79 - pennstatecivic
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(12/09/2013) [-]
actually, if i had the money i'd be like paul walker and have a hangar full (jay leno is in a league of his own)
#11 - sardinez
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(12/09/2013) [-]
To deal drugs, or not to deal drugs
#42 - turkeylegs
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(12/09/2013) [-]
I dropped out of high school in 11th grade. Worked construction for 450+ a week and next week im starting rail road maintenance for 16 an hour. And my teachers and family told me id be working mcdonalds all my life haha. Im getting my GED anyway.
#74 to #42 - thegreenmann
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(12/09/2013) [-]
Teachers can be very demoralizing sometimes but it would be a smart idea to obtain your GED. Sounds like you have a lot of ambition though, something many dropouts lack...
#99 to #74 - turkeylegs
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(12/18/2013) [-]
What people fail to realize is (and im not referring to you or anyone on this site. How would you know?) I had to drop out because I was thrown out of my home at 17 and had to go make it on my own.
#12 - hellomynameisbill
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(12/09/2013) [-]
what if I told you, that schooling isn't the only way to get a successful career
#15 to #12 - ilovemyguns
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(12/09/2013) [-]
What if I told you, education is a great thing to have when starting a career.
#17 to #15 - hellomynameisbill
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(12/09/2013) [-]
What If I told you, education won't get you a career unless you have the correct knowledge I'm not saying that schooling is bad, I'm not a degenerate , and know how to use it wisely. The average highschool topics (mathematics, writing, geography,history) will only give you so many options, but independent studies or extra curricular subjects that account to a consumer based market(programming, art, building, architecture) Higher education university & independent studies is still very useful and important for business.
#58 to #17 - dmirish
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(12/09/2013) [-]
what if I told you that I'm way too stoned and it's way to early It's okay, I work nights to think logically about things like success=education.
#1 - anon
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(12/08/2013) [-]
There's some truth to this. In business, it's all about ambition, schools can't give you that. Over half the CEOs of Fortune 500 companies are dropouts, they got impatient with colleges and forged their own way.

The sciences, however, can only be filled by scholars. The US is going to need to fix their mindset towards schools (and our absolutely horrible primary education system) if they want to stop losing our edge to other countries.
#3 to #1 - anon
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(12/09/2013) [-]
That's really how anything is really. I personally feel (in America) only the basics are really needed in the real life at best. Take history for instance, I recommend every human being period learn of the past their ancestors made that brought us to the present, however what is the use of that knowledge when bills need to be paid and mouths need to be fed? High Schools don't really prepare you for the working world. Colleges only provide you with the stress of one really. I'm not saying schools are useless but they need to educate the youth on other areas they will need to use in 50-100 percent in their lives. I learned through temp agencies and bosses so if you're interested in a certain field see if there are any temp agencies available for that criteria.
#8 to #1 - enigmaticspirit
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(12/09/2013) [-]
School is still important for business. Like learning how to uses matrices to manage inputs and maximize profits. Yeah, knowing how to deal with people is a huge part, but you're still missing something by just dropping out.
#14 to #1 - winners
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(12/09/2013) [-]
tell me bout it. I lost my ambition during college just to make my parents happy
#16 to #1 - cocoman
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(12/09/2013) [-]
Weren't Bill Gates and Steve Jobs dropouts?
#21 to #1 - anon
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(12/09/2013) [-]
>implying america has any edge over europe
#32 to #1 - wolviewolverine
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(12/09/2013) [-]
Sure, sure. I hope you achieve.
My family have been in different branches of business (chemistry - protective material manufacturing for divers and astronauts), large-scale outdoor events organising and last but not least owning a law bureau.
There is absolutely no way around hard work and education, if you want to achieve. Yes, you may have an accidental luck, but I would never let my life go and hope such an accident hits me. I work for my money.

Let me burst your bubble a bit - most dropouts already were 1. very smart 2. very rich/ rich parents 3. drop out because they already had a business running.
If you don't have a free financial backing or a serious involvement or contacts in the business, you'll loose almost guaranteed.
So shut the **** up. Ambitin is what drives people TO learn, not the thing THAT you learn.
#95 to #32 - inkizzableman
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(12/09/2013) [-]
let me burst your bubble. The people who stay in education and get that degree are most likely not the people who get the lambo and become billionaires theyre the people who go on to have a decent job and living as a middle class. If you want to be super rich then you have to have something that can't be taught otherwise everyone would be one
#97 to #95 - wolviewolverine
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(12/09/2013) [-]
Good luck with that.
Unless you are from some 3-rd world country, where education is completely ****, your statement is wrong.
#36 to #32 - slashco
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(12/09/2013) [-]
Also something like 50% of new businesses fail in the first year. You gotta be lucky as well as smart and work your ass off to succeed in business.
#98 to #36 - wolviewolverine
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(12/09/2013) [-]
50%? Heh, you're too generous here. Closer to 90.
#37 to #1 - anon
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(12/09/2013) [-]
This makes me conflicted since I'm a business major. While in class I'm thinking "These aspects of business are ******* boring!...but they work."
#9 to #1 - psychopsychedelic
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(12/09/2013) [-]
I feel like we need to have a revamp of our education system, if not the programs, then at least the attitude towards it. But I honestly can't tell you how we'll do that.


We also need to change the attitude towards the laws and law enforcement, because the whole idea of breaking laws to be cool and making fun of cops really kinda drives us into the ground. I'm not saying we need to submit, but we need to realize that they are people too. And if the respect we hold for the career goes up, then the quality of it will too.