Yes, I dont take orders from some quitter
No, he has enough real world experience to do the job
Somewhat, I would like to see him finish.
It's a plus.
I went to a Midwest university and I learned almost nothing that has helped me in my chosen field (or just about anything else). Other then degrees for things that absolutely require mega-education (doctors, engineers, etc.), imo, post secondary education is INCREDIBLY overrated.
It amazes me how people will go into massive debt just to get a degree in underwater basket weaving or some other utterly useless skill.
Unless you are SURE what you want to do and it absolutely requires a degree...I say skip college and save your money. Too many people go to college for no other reason then they are either pressured to go and/or they don't know what else to do and have been taught that is the next step in life.
As for this guy (whoever the heck he is), the fact that he went to college, tried it and then dumped it is good for me. It tells me he tries new things but is not so weak as to stick with something even when he does not want/need to continue doing it.
Sometimes, it takes more guts to quit something then to continue to do it...sometimes.
'What kind of sick and twisted toy factory is this?'
'We are all the sum of our tears. Too little and the ground is not fertile, and nothing can grow there. Too much, the best of us is washed away.'
"Better to be dead and cool, than alive and uncool."
A college degree does not in any way mean somebody is smart or capable, if it did, a recent graduate from law school would walk right in to an established firm and get a high paying job.
Does that ever happen or does that person need experience to prove themselves first?
I would never ever ever ever vote for Scott Walker. But, frankly, I could give two hoots about what kind of degrees he does or doesn't have. Not even a factor for me. Politicians can ramble on about their graduation from Harvard and their PhD in underwater basketweaving, but I could care less. You can come out of college dumb as a damn rock. Conversely, you can never step foot on a college campus and still be a well-rounded, well-educated human being.