Originally Posted by KodiakToyTRD
Even if you don't get in, its an excellent experience to go through the process. You learn a lot!
Keep the Larimer County Sheriff guys in your thoughts and prayers as they try to outrun a fast moving fire and evac people. I don't have a lot of info yet but its a fairly large, super fast moving fire.
This is one of those situations where my wife hates my job.. hopefully no one gets hurt..
Originally Posted by nofords08
I'm still on the fence about it tho, i really want to go to school!
and will do how bigs the fire? this years already been tough in Az for fires too.
It definitely is a good learning experience.. though school is VERY important.. your bachelor's is nearly today's high school diploma. It costs a lot to get the bachelor's but if you don't have it, you're way behind. If you have it, it nearly doesn't mean anything.. they just want you to have it.. lame..
I'm about to finish my master's (finishing my senior project as we speak, damn TW keeps me away from it!). In my department the Master's is pretty much yesterday's bachelor's degree. The way it breaks down in my department is:
not even a question, you better have it
if you have it you're ok (not ahead or behind), if you don't you're behind.
if you have it you're ahead, slightly.
Originally Posted by sean266
^^^what do you do when you respond to this?? Um... freeze? do you have any ID on you??