I was able to do it after retiring from the navy. I did most of my lower division work through several community colleges in the area and then transferred to a state university to complete my degree. It took eight years to go this route. I was lucky because my employer was very supportive of my efforts and allowed me to adjust my work hours so that I could attend certain classes that were not offered at night.
Sam Adams and Yuengling are actually quite good. Budweiser is Belgian, Coors and Miller are South African. I giggle when people complain about American beer because they don't realize the worst swill we produce has been purchased by other countries.
I think that Yuengling is very good but unfortunately is available only on the East coast.
Microsoft Reader also has text-to-speech. I've not heard of any complaints about that either.
When terrorists are using the web to plan attacks against me, I would surely prefer that they do it on my website where I can keep an eye on them.
Philipines, New Zealand, Tahiti,
This one was actually assigned in my High School Junior Year English class in 1962.
I was 48 when I got my BS and I have not regretted the effort. I did 22 years in the navy before starting college, so I didn't exactly piss the years away, but what I learned in college definitely helped to make my life in the workplace easier.
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