I am not sure we are better off now irt higher voting turnout and results.
Of course, everyone who is eligible should be allowed to, but I just wish some people (on both sides of the political spectrum) wouldn't. Or if they did decide to vote, would better educate themselves on the various issues.
Yeah, low IQ voters have really messed things up. Matters cannot be debated and critically thought out it seems.
And that's not a Dem v Repub thing. Low IQ voters have forced both parties to have low IQ platforms and leadership.
The team doesnt need a better ball-handling/scoring option than Kemba, it desperately needs a half decent option other than Kemba. Seriously guys, who is the 2nd best player on the team at creating off the dribble? Gerald Henderson?
Sadly, McBob is probably the second best with the ball in his hands.
He avg. 2 less points a game then Kyrie and he shouldn't be a 2nd option scorer?? Lol
I would like for the anti Kemba crowd to compare his numbers to all the top 10 guards in the league. Then come talk to me.
My math skills aren't what they once were, but it is a 3 point swing by my calculations. And Irving had a down year compared to his Soph year, where he averaged almost 5 points more than Kemba. Let's not look at FG% either or that Irving isn't playing with a legit big.
I'm trying to figure how you add an All-Star capable big and your FG% goes down? That's what happened with Kemba.
He should be the 3rd or 4th option on the team.
As far as where Kemba is among the top PGs in the league:
He is 9th in scoring, 23rd in FG%, and 38th in 3 PT %. That sounds like 3rd or 4th option type stuff to me.
It's not so much the cost of education but the employability of a person upon graduation.
I can't find qualified people in my profession. It's kindof a damn shame when I see liberal arts majors coming out with no job prospects and STEM majors generally doing well, yet we continue to dump money into liberal arts programs. That's not to say liberal arts doesn't serve a purpose, it's just the supply and demand equilibrium is all fuged up.
To fix the situation, we need more technical, skills based training starting in high school. Bring back shop class, metal fab, etc and place a greater emphasis on STEM instead of mostly useless stuff like foreign language. In NC, HS students are required to take 2 semesters of foreign language and only 3 semesters of science? Give me a fuging break.
Kudos to the OP that has made it this far without a degree. I'm not opposed at all to hiring people without a degree but it is unfortunately one of the filters that we have to use to cut my resume stack down from 200 to 5 or 6 that I can interview. It is so hard to stick out now with so many job seekers.