etoiles so then i could tell you that your academic adequacy is essentially compensation for the utter lack of control you otherwise exert on your life? 030901
gja Strange how, here, it is often used as an insult 090203
past gja, i never got that about Americans (assuming that is what you mean by "here"). i'm pretty sure of our 4 parliamentary leaders 2 are phds, and the other 2 are m.a.s 090203
hsg " 'A' students become teachers;
'B' students work for 'C' bosses."

-from a Barnes_and_Nobles bathroom wall
gja Here, for me, is Australia 090205
past still a weird phenomenon. 090205
ungreat academic refugee... 090205
nip academic |ˌakəˈdemik|
1 of or relating to education and scholarship : academic achievement | he had no academic qualifications.
of or relating to an educational or scholarly institution or environment : students resplendent in academic dress.
(of an institution or a course of study) placing a greater emphasis on reading and study than on technical or practical work : an academic high school that prepares students for the best colleges and universities.
(of a person) interested in or excelling at scholarly pursuits and activities : Ben is not an academic child but he tries hard.
(of an art form) conventional, esp. in an idealized or excessively formal way : academic painting.
2 not of practical relevance; of only theoretical interest : the debate has been largely academic.
f become a doctor of medicine
and hand out drugs because you have a high qualification from an "academic institution"
what's it to you?
who go