> You didn’t have the wit to
> look it up, did you? It’s
> precisely about natural language, hence the phrase
> “natural language”. Duh!
I was looking for the part about AE and ancient history. It's not there. In what remote sense would this possibly relate to the subjects on this board? None, so it is irrelevant that you "contributed" to a "project" as website or staff manager or PROGRAMMER.
> You also conveniently skip the bit about
> guistics—but then you never follow links
> and you never look things up and you never learn
> anything, which is why those that do laugh at you
> and move on.
What exactly does computer code have to do with AE? How does it add to your expertise?
It doesn't and you have none.
> Cognitive science also, for other
> readers. For those who are interested, I’ve
> also studied philosophy sui generis.
Who cares what you've read. Doesn't give you the credentials to bash Jon's education. If fact, you don't have the credentials to even QUESTION Jons.
> I’ve met too many dimwitted graduates and
> admired too many people who did not take the route
> of higher education to so much as dream of looking
> down on someone for not having a degree. I regard
> anyone who does as an ignorant bigot.
> Merely more of your stupid, ignorant bile and not
> worth my further attention.
Don't try to BS a California girl. You know, the state with Silicon Valley and "full of crazy people". That statement actually shows an extreme ignorance of your own profession.
California "crazy people" :
to name a few
Within a 45min drive you will see all of the above and much more, I've been inside a few. If you were anything more than an ordinary tech you wouldn't have worked at universities, you'd be at a company like Oracle. I have a geek in my family, don't try to BS me.
So you want to stop trying to make us think you're something you're not (better yet, stop kidding yourself).
Or that you are qualified to judge what a MA degree entails and how it is applied.
Or that you are capable of examining the cartouche for yourself and coming to your own conclusions. This last is a tough one for you.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 28-Jun-16 19:20 by Audrey.