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Since Gus is being/has been sued a dozen times by creditors, does it mean he's going to ban himself?
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the same old bunch of keyboard sociopaths gazing an empty wall with fixed eyes hoping the skeleton in the next closet won't rattle just now...
A.A Mole University
B.A London Institute of Applied Research
B.Sc Millard Fillmore
M.A International Institute for Advanced Studies
Ph.D London Institute of Applied Research
Ph.D Millard Fillmore
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Ben Johnson Wrote:Since Gus is being/has been sued a dozen times by creditors, does it mean he's going to ban himself?

That would require intellectual honesty, moral integrity and impartiality.  Not a chance in hell!!
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He has been real quiet - too quiet. Maybe he is getting another degree or something?   Tongue
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Little Arminius Wrote:Maybe he is getting another degree or something?


So do you think maybe the 110 day TESC degree wasn't the key to riches. Maybe he could do a 30 credit portfolio in financial management and get another TESC degree.

Didn't Douglas get something like 12 degrees from Regents in like 18 months?
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Ben Johnson Wrote:
Little Arminius Wrote:Maybe he is getting another degree or something?


So do you think maybe the 110 day TESC degree wasn't the key to riches.  Maybe he could do a 30 credit portfolio in financial management and get another TESC degree.

Didn't Douglas get something like 12 degrees from Regents in like 18 months?

Maybe Gus will "earn" a PMP certification like RCD? If so then he'll be able to brag about all the $$$ he is making instead of ducking creditors.

PMP: Project Management Professional
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Little Arminius Wrote:Maybe Gus will "earn" a PMP certification like RCD?


I don't know.  That 60.5% required score is awful high, especially for someone who hadn't already completed a rigorous Union Institute program...Big GrinBig GrinBig GrinBig GrinBig GrinBig GrinBig Grin  

Quote:Candidates...must have a success rate of at least 60.5% (106 out of 175 questions).
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TESC, Excelsior, Union, the PMP designation ... it all sounds like a lot of bullshit to me. I would imagine that prospective employers see it the same way.
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Little Arminius Wrote:TESC, Excelsior, Union, the PMP designation ... it all sounds like a lot of bullshit to me. I would imagine that prospective employers see it the same way.

Never underestimate the power of alphabet soup.  People who don't know better seem to put a lot of store in such things.  Look at the yard-long list of magic letters registered with FINRA: http://apps.finra.org/datadirectory/1/pr...tions.aspx
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