15 February 2015
Strictly speaking, that may be so, but knowing things outside of your specific field of expertise is never a bad thing, and can sometimes contribute to your success in unforeseen ways. At the very least, though, it makes you a more well-rounded individual, and you won't look stupid when talking to someone who references a culturally well-known Shakespearean quote or something. As for history, well, history always needs to be taught. We all need to know where we came from and what mistakes have been made in the past so we can learn from them.
Plus, learning is good for your brain -- even if it's something you hate -- especially if it's something that doesn't come naturally to you.
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1 November 2013
People dont know what they want. In your system, if they pick wrong they are screwed.
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