Lockout Discussion Thread 4.0
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12-11-2012, 10:33 PM
Join Date: May 2007
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no proofs needed, I know a few myself, but that's what they are, a few...
and there's even less who went to school to study something not related at all to the job they have (like a hockey player studying law, physics, medecine, engineering, for example)
But why is there a few? Is it because they benefited from loans/grants/scholarships/parents paying? Question is more how many went to school+work and couldn't graduate.
And why would a hockey player have to study engineering? Why couldn't he go into a fitness related field?
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