Is high school and college the only way to get successfully educated?

Posted by: TheINFJofINFJS

Not that I do not support high school diploma and college degrees. I'm only asking if you believe there is more than one way.

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TheINFJofINFJS says2014-05-27T15:58:02.3575736-05:00
Stupidity is not just lack of education but lack of education AND logical reasoning. You can have both, or one or the other. I would rather have both, but if I could only have one or the other, it would be lack of education but an abundance of logical reasoning. If I ever decided I would drop out and pursue education a different way, why is this so bad? I would not be committing an abominable crime. I'm only doing what I want with MY life. You all do what you want with YOUR lives, but don't judge people for not doing what you did, because high school and college are not for everyone. Not everyone is destined to be a doctor, a lawyer, a CEO, or whatnot. I don't want to be a musician because I don't find happiness and reason in it. But that's only MY opinion. If someone else wants to be, go ahead! Not my life, not my problem. I could go on for hours about how much I hate blind conformity. Ignorant people like so many out there are either stupid in the logic sense or too cowardly to stand up against the norm. And shut up when you tell me about how your experience made you realize how important high school and education was. Your experience was YOUR experience, not EVERYONE's experience. People are going to have different experiences. We were not very educated centuries ago, and we were still stable, if not noble. So please, stop with the bull.

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