- Nov 11, 2009
while this is true, universities are also forced to make up quotas. so where someone with genuine promise will be overlooked so that the numbers of groups can be correct. this is what upsets my wife (she's a charou and i'm a honky). she's been to university and believes that it is a privilege and not a right. the deserving people who work their butts off to get good grades can't go study what they're passionate about because of racial quotas. the people who don't deserve to be there are usually the ones who want it for free and start their violent protests when asked to pay up.Regrettably our education system is so poor it simply does not yield the mathematics geniuses we need to go to university to become engineers.
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