The man in the balloon called to the man in the field and said, "Hello! Can you tell me where I am?"
The man in the field said, "You're in a balloon, floating about 40 feet above a field."
"You must be a developer," said the man in the balloon.
"Yes, I am. How did you know?" said the man in the field.
"Because what you've told me is technically accurate, but it's of no use whatsoever," said the man in the balloon.
"You must be a manager," said the main in the field.
"Yes, I am. How did you know?" said the man in the balloon.
"Because you don't know where you are, you don't know how you got here, and you don't know how to get out of the situation you're in, but somehow it's my fault," said the man in the field.
No, a degree in English literature will not help you find a job
I got my English major in 1988. I've been employed continuously since then, with the exception of a few months during the bursting of the tech bubble. I did not obtain a second degree (however, I have accumulated a fair amount of work experience over the last 26 years).
The next contest will be to see who can write an automated paper generator that fools the plagiarism detector.
> If prisons are full of white-collar criminals, then who's running the country?
The white-collar criminals who are able to exonerate themselves and their friends?
Someday somebody has got to decide whether the typewriter is the machine, or the person who operates it.