ran12 wrote:What I said may be a generalization but it tends to be one that is true. Obviously I didn't mean all people with WE are more mature or understand the real world better.
"People with WE are more mature and understand the real world better..."
I personally haven't had WE and I currently go to Duke B-school. From what I've seen, people with WE tend to be much more mature and understand what the world's like whereas kids in my situation tend to be more immature.
Anecdotal evidence can rarely be used to prove an absolutist argument, but can often be used to retort such an argument (see above for example of such argument).
Considering the people who doubt my assessment are in undergrad, I don't put much weight on what you say. You're taking it way too personally for some reason when all I did was give my viewpoint. In America we're allowed to say what we believe. If you're gonna say something, don't piggyback or try to refute others; make your own assessment.
Don't refute others? I see a bright future for this lawyer ladies and gentlemen.
Judge - "Counselor would you like to cross-examine the witness?"
ran12 - "No your Honor, I don't like to piggyback or refute others."