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    hmmmmm





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    Oh so cool, here is your thief in chief

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/polit...094_story.html

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    Default Hey Gordon, this is funny as shit

    here ya go



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    Quote Originally Posted by dcsipo View Post
    here ya go
    interesting, this data (OECD) puts Denmark way down the list from the US. On the positive side though, they have recently made the bestiality brothels illegal.



    List of countries by tertiary education attainment - Wikipedia

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mcgyver View Post
    interesting, this data (OECD) puts Denmark way down the list from the US. On the positive side though, they have recently made the bestiality brothels illegal.



    List of countries by tertiary education attainment - Wikipedia
    how does this even relevant? Just because the US has a higher % of people with degrees in some age groups, how does that make the issue of college being free relevant? I am at a loss. Ingram argued that because college is free in Denmark they all just hang in college and then make muffins after graduation, which would be more valid for the US. We have people with degrees serving food in restaurants. In the EU they train the servers in trade schools.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dcsipo View Post
    how does this even relevant?
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    how's it not? He claimed that system resulted in superior education levels. I was interested who the 6 were above Denmark. Turns out its a lot more than 6 and Denmark ranks below the US, according to the OECD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mcgyver View Post
    how's it not? He claimed that system resulted in superior education levels. I was interested who the 6 were above Denmark. Turns out its a lot more than 6 and Denmark ranks below the US, according to the OECD.
    That number proves that we produce more, but the quality is not clear. He did not define the metric for "superior education levels". I could only find comprehensive score results for 8th graders, not sure if they change a lot when they get to 22 years old.

    U.S. academic achievement lags that of many other countries | Pew Research Center

    The point is that Ingram is absolutely wrong comparing Denmark to Venezuela, where the dude may just exaggerate a bit. or was referring to this graph

    Share of low and highly-educated adults | READ online

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    so how wasn't it relative? I watch a brief bit of video where someone compared US to Denmark education levels and I posted a link on that subject, period. (well, and bugged Gordo a bit lol)

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