Tuesday, October 17, 2006

"...That it's quite close to the city of Spain."

Girl: (giving a presentation) And so what we've learned about the country of Africa is...

-- Anthro 026G, overheard by Leah

15 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

To be fair, 026 is the biological Anthropology, not the cultural. And you can't expect those science kids to know anything!

8:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, because in Biology Africa is a country.

10:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Stupid science shitheads.

Social Science Pride '07!

10:54 PM  
Blogger KAJed said...

I think the above poster's hit the nail on the head with the 'pride' part.

1:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear kajed,

Die in a fire.

Thanks,

The World

4:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hm... kajed, I have no idea what you're talking about. My best guesses are, you're either being sincere (unlikely) or you think you're making a hilarious gay joke because of the word "pride". Please stop, you're only embarassing yourself.

6:07 PM  
Anonymous Nathan said...

Who's this Kajed douchebag?

3:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey those "stupid science shitheads" are the future doctors and researchers who will be directly and indirectly saving your life one day.

4:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And those social science students are the ones who will one day be the politicians who control society. Your point?

7:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh right...
the scientists come up with the drugs...the marketing people and execs at the pharmaceutical comapanies and the politicians who come up with healthcare legislature make it inaccessable to those who need them.
And we're the stupid shitheads?
-Science student

9:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

oh i remember that class. is it still ian calhoun teaching that? i better send him a crate of advil...

6:37 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Was the student's last name Bush?

7:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

to 4:55pm

maybe you're a great science student that will become a great doctor....however...don't ever try and defend students, in general, because more then half of us are idiots!! and quite frankly it infuriates me that you think your fellow science students will all "be directly and indirectly saving your [our] life [ves] one day." also...do everyone a favour and please don't end up being one of those cocky, arrogant residents......goodluck with med. school!

11:10 AM  
Blogger iveyguy said...

Hey Science-gal/guy,

It ain't the Social Sci people who are gonna be running those evil multi-nationals; the exploiting of workers, black-mailing of governments, bankrupting of the sick, and enhancing shareholder value is the sole prerogative of the Iveyguys/gals.

8:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

iveyguy: Sorry, the facts don't back you up. I don't know the current numbers for today, but back in 2001, the degree most likely to get you into a CEO's chair was actually engineering (18%). Business and liberal arts were tied with either 15 or 16% each. Unless you're going to tell me that CEOs don't have anything to do with running MNCs, I'd suggest you reconsider your sweeping statements. ;) A non-exhaustive sampling of Social Sci CEOS...

Michael Eisner, CEO of Disney - a double major in English and theatre

Alan Lafley, President and CEO of Proctor & Gamble - major in history

Steve Case, CEO of America Online - major in political science

Michael Dell, founder and CEO of Dell Computer - a pre-med biology major (before dropping out of school entirely)

Jill Barad, CEO of Mattel - double major in psychology and english

John Loose, President and CEO of Corning Inc. - a degree in East Asian history

Steve Forbes, CEO of Forbes Inc. - major in American history

"The liberal arts degree is the best degree for a career in business."
-- Nick Burkholder, Assistant VP of Corporate Staffing, Cigna Corporation, Philadelphia Inquirer, May 13, 1996

3:48 AM  

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