Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Shivvy, Jun 14, 2016.
Suck it, bitches!
Hardest thing I've ever done but it's almost over.
Masters in what?
woopie, why don't you make a thread about it.
Congrats man. It's a huge accomplishment! Ya queer.
Nice man. Congrats. I've always wanted to go back to school for an advanced degree but never felt like I'd have the time.
It's rough. Especially now with work and kids
I'm sure it has taken a toll on your life, but will be nice once over.
It's too bad more people don't go out of their way to better themselves like you. The world would be a better place if it had more Shivvys in it.
Hardest thing I ever did was get to second base with Amy Weaver in 9th grade. Took like 3 hours, I was sweating
Keep going for the Ph.D. Then change your user name to Dr. Shivvy.
Did you get your degree in Beatles?
Canadian woman is world's first Beatles graduate
Finally, there is a Beatles fan with a degree to prove it. Fifty-three-year-old Mary-Lu Zahalan-Kennedy has become the first graduate of Liverpool Hope University'sMA in the Beatles. This new master of Fab Fourology studied the Beatles' compositions, sound and impact on pop culture.
"It's absolutely academic," Zahalan-Kennedy told the BBC. "It was an examination of how the Beatles came to be. What the political and social climate was and the cultural aspects that helped to facilitate an environment where the Beatles could happen."
In 2009, the Liverpool university launched the programme The Beatles, Popular Music and Society, which examines the "significance of the music of the Beatles in the construction of identities, audiences, ethnicities and industries, and localities". Zahalan-Kennedy was one of 12 full-time students; she graduated yesterday.
Or story telling.
Interesting that you bare almost your whole life on here but have never mentioned this. When you were going to be a cop you never once mentioned that you were also going to school. I smell shenanigans.
Did you get your degree in Cannabis Cultivation?
Cannabis Cultivation degree
Leave it to California to open the country’s first cannabis college. Then again, considering the thriving—and legal—industry that exists for medicinal marijuana in The Golden State, it really only makes sense that there would be a trade school for the cannabis industry. And one where classes in the history, politics, and legalities of herb are taught alongside seminars on growing and methods of ingestion.