“I know...I mean if this generation would just pony up and do half the LSD, speed, cocaine, mushrooms, and other psychedelia that the baby boomers did in the 70s, they'd totally have more meaningful music. God forbid this generation focuses more on the art and less on the drugs around it. Lady Gaga is, and knows she is, a mirror of all of us.”
“In retrospect, I would definitely have chosen to go back to my alma mater for grad school (Wisconsin). I think at the time, I admittedly was a bit dazed and inspired with the prospect of being accepted to an Ivy League graduate program in my field. I was 24, and it seemed like one of those big opportunities you would've felt like you 'missed' if you hadn't done it. But yes, in retrospect, public schools are much better, and I will always be extremely happy about my time at Wisconsin.”
qaan on Mar 25, 2010 at 08:55:23
“The significant advantage of Ivy League schools (besides their name on the sheepskin) is that it gives you an opportunity to engage in networking with people who have higher -paying jobs and families that are more financially successful.
In the real world, the connections you have can mean more than your degree. Sad but true. There is a lot of cronyism in any organization.”