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Well said Kat. I couldn't agree more. When I got my AOS degree (read; JOB Degree, meaning I could go out and get a job!) the added two years were just starting to be added. At the time however I was sick of Vermont, my fiancee dumped me and the last thing in the world I wanted was 2 more years in Vermont!. In retrospect too, I wish I had gotten the extra 2 years. I became very interested in business later on down the road and that would have helped me tremendously. As Kat said I too am burned out. There are a lot more possibilities in the future with that added knowledge. One doesn't have to play the piano forever if you get my drift! Any one can hire a decent cook, but not everyone is capable of running a business sucessfully, and in the end, in my opinion, that is more important and that person is worth more than a good chef!:eek:
 
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