Why Did We Go To School?
Chris has an interesting rant about how we spend a pile of time (and money, in some cases) learning things in college that we'll never use in real life. So is Chris using his noggin?:
Biology- have I ever had to dissect a frog in day-to-day activities at work? Nope. I guess there's that pesky thing called mold causing damage these days, but I'm still not sure if biology class really helped me understand it more.
Chemistry- I'm sure if you're a budding terrorist then, you probably want to slap me silly for dissing the mysteries of chemical X. Okay, there's that galvanized nail thing on copper flashing that I can mention. I guess the chems are a good thing to know.