Somebody at worked raised an interesting point regarding the whole government pushing people into a degree thing. There are now no primary (or much secondary) sector jobs. Some guy who works in an estate agent has to be pushed into a high end jon, so that some guy who would work down a coal mine can work in the estate agents. So maybe there is some merit in the governments stratagie. This would also justify not spitting kids up according to ability, as the extra resorces needed to get the really bright ones to do better would be better spend getting the "not so good" ones to stop being "not so good"...
Also, I spoke to the guy who did the interviews here: He said which uni is important, and generaly they only take top 10 ish. Suck on that, Chad!
How much of what's considered manly and feminine is part of human nature, and how much is from people being expected to act that way?
Just me, my bench, and a big pot of coffee
OK, bench club's a little lonly with just me. Not that one man philosophising away the night by himself is in anyway unusual, it is infact bench club's most common mode, but it does somewhat fail to fully utilise the benefits the internet has to offer.
Someone join, or nothing much will happen. Possibly the worst fate that could happen to the universe. Possibly not. hmmmmm....