Yeah, okay, busted. I was being snarky about you, psy. But for what it's worth, some of the people I admire most don't have college educations. My grandfather, for example, left school in the eighth grade; after surviving Normandy, he returned to the US to work his way up and become the Vice President of a paper goods company. And one of my brothers never went through college (he tried briefly), but he's probably the smartest person I know. (He's also a terrible speller, come to think of it, so now I feel a little guilty.) But if you believe that college is political indoctrination (I'm curious how you came to that conclusion, since you didn't attend college), or that William Ayers and Barack Obama have some sort of relationship beyond having met a handful of times, or, as you claimed earlier in this thread, that it's pretty easy to avoid getting hit by drunk drivers, then you're sadly mistaken. Okay, DF, shut us down.