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Still have all my fingers
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I am sorry but I read the title of this thread and a certain Dire Straits song instantly popped into my head,

"But worst of all young man you've got an Industrial Woodworking Degree"

You mentioned that you didn't like being a desk jockey so I am curious as to why you would pursue a post secondary education which would almost certainly land you behind a desk yet again upon graduation.

If you are intent upon starting your own business someday I can see some logic but if you want to be on site or in the shop I think on-the-job training would be far more educational....hell, you'll even get paid.

Use your military benefits to pay for a Business Law degree and you'll actually be able to collect payment for your work,seriously.
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