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That's what we call ambiguity. You set off a run-in list with commas unless one set of items in the list is already set off with commas. The author of the passage probably could use one of the aforementioned disestablished courses, or at least some sort of plain language refresher.
My first read agrees with yours actually, 13. But as usual, you take an opinion based on gut feel and ignorance and proclaim your omniscience.
Since you're trained in engineering rather than grammar, I think it's best if you stick to topics you at least can claim to understand... although I am still awaiting the answer to the question of whether a radioactive particle is greater or smaller than one inch in diameter.
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No the semi colon separates the courses in English, Spanish and the other lit courses not the eng courses, if a comma was used you would have a point. As usual you missed the point.
Forgive me, 13, but I have a hard time taking punctuation advice from someone who wrote the following:
Originally Posted by patsfan13
The children of Norway's elites attended the camp the PM was there earlier in the day, left before the massacre. Some of the victims thought it was a simulation of how the Israeli's slaughtered Palestinians in Gaza. This was from eyewitness reports.
Here is a little factoid for you.. the largest recipient of federal funds in Virginia is Liberty University... since they started their on line indoctrination, they now receive 445 million dollars in federally subsidized student aid.
Most of whom go to school in their pajama's.. mo money, mo money.
“We like to say that dependability is more important than ability,” Bill Belichickism....
By the way, while tuition costs are of course, ridiculous, it's amazing that one can make this argument with certainty, when the present valuation of the future benefit of any given degree is utterly dependent on accounting and bias.
You don't know how much the difference between no degree and degree is in the future. You do know it's already huge and unlikely to get smaller.
All you know is the future cost, which is unpalateable. But again, you don't know the outcome of future economic events.
A year ago every rightie soothsayer known to man was saying we're going to be Zimbabwe any minute, but interest rates have been essentially zero since then.
Now comes this guy who evidently thinks that debt will never be eroded by inflation, and you guys want to pile onto that too.
Strikes me that the cost of borrowing is about to skyrocket and the best play one could make, if one had the option at this writing, would be to get a student loan for the whole cost of tuition processed now. The cost of borrowing is very likely to skyrocket with the likely downgrading of U.S. debt, so you do your borrowing on the cheap, and when the borrowing cost skyrockets, you're locked in.
If inflation goes structural and becomes wage inflation -- especially among the educated, where spot labor markets are tight and where wage inflation would pertain -- you win.
But again, that's another uncertain play.
A higher ed bubble is a tough call to make based on our current knowledge of future developments.