Tuesday, June 12, 2007


How come students spend four (or more) years in college, presumably learning, learning, learning, nearly every day, or most days, or at least a goodly portion of that time, soaking up knowledge, challenging cherished beliefs, exploring new ideas, preparing to go out in the world and use their skillz to pay the billz, and then, on the day they get their diplomas, they have to sit there listening to some guy try to give them some Deep and Meaningful Life Lessons in, oh, maybe about 20 or 30 minutes? If they haven't got clued in by then, it's too late. The schools might as well pass out fortune cookies.

Anyway, here's Clinton speaking to Harvard's graduating class last week. Good stuff.



Stop The Occupation.

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