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Saturday, 15 July 2017 21:15

11 Rules For Adulthood That Liberals Will HATE

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Brian Thomas writes Dr. Jordan Peterson gave a phenomenal speech to Harvard University students, explaining how they can stop complaining and get what they want out of life.

“And to think that you’re coming to university to be trained to have a job,” Peterson said.

“Great, that’s a hell of a lot better than being unemployed and covered with Cheeto dust while you’re snacking away in front of video game in the basement, […] but it’s hardly a triumphant call to being in the world, and that’s what universities should be calling for.”

Peterson said that college provides students with opportunities for learning that they will never have again, and they ought to be using it to “learn to think” and “work for good.”

Peterson continued: “If you have any sense, anything you want to do would be for the good, because there’s nothing more compelling, or meaningful, or useful in combating the tragedy of life than to struggle with all your soul on behalf of the good. and universities have forgotten that[…] The humanities are corrupt, and they’re corrupt because they’re not telling students this. […] Learn to think. Learn to speak. Learn to read. It makes you a superpower.

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Bill Gates never said this. The list of eleven rules originally stems from a piece published in 1996 in the San Diego Union Tribune by author Charles J. Sykes. These are great rules but they have been attributed to others as well as Mr. Gates.

Blabber/Buzz should try to get its facts straight before publishing a story as fact.

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George Houchens Written by George Houchens
July 16, 2017
Wouldn't it be great if all journalists checked their facts before publishing? Not just Blabber Buzz.
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Raymond Dean White Written by Raymond Dean White
July 17, 2017
Amen to that, brother. I'd love to see journalists simply report verifiable facts and leave the conclusions to be drawn from those facts to me. Instead, they all seem to think it's their job to tell us what to think. (A CNN exec recently said exactly that).

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