Whitepage: Yes, you can choose to learn in a graduate school the vulgar trade of selling shiny toys to stupid rich and famous and to become rich yourself in the process. But if you do it, you will never become Einstein, and when you wake up, you will find out, it is too late, your potential talent or maybe even potential genius is wasted in exchange of a good income. Reading, Literature News, Book Stuff, Graduation Schools, Articles Worth, Shiny Toys, Stuff Book, David Birnbaum, Birnbaum Solving
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Oh the headaches of trying to get your kid into school when they're ready, even if the state thinks they're too young.