Bag of Randomness

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  1. Wendell says:

    I also read the story and saw on the news about Japan and the money being returned. Do you really think its a culture thing? Do you think because in Japan, that an "eye for an eye" mentality ruled for so long that they think and act differently than we do in America, and therefore could be afraid of repercussions if they didn't turn in the money. Or is it a culture of "just that honest" people. I'm really curious for you input.
    Keep up the great work Keith, I look forward to your blog EVERY day!

  2. theangrypanda says:

    I find that article about College Dropouts to be a little off. Essentially, they are claiming that college dropouts cost the economy by not reintroducing expendable incoming and taxable income into the machine. At a time when having a college degree isn't worth the paper it is printed on, another long and convoluted argument, this hinges upon massive assumptions on the income potential and spending habits of prospective college graduates. If this all comes down to an argument of stats, then we must remember that 63% of all statistics are made up on the spot, with another 84% of people believing statistics and not caring if they are true or not.

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