Number thirty-one in a series.
Robbyne Kaamil is an advice diva, comedian, voice-over actress, full-figured model, teddy-bear professional and so much more. Get to know Robbyne (and get some straight-up advice) at her website, Can We Be Real .
Back in 2005 a series of interviews started here asking five simple questions:
It was the Proustian Questionnaire with the vapidity of Access Hollywood and a focus on the celebrities of my life instead of the the national celebrities of whom I know (thankfully) nothing. (For example, while it is sad when anyone is beaten, why is it extra sad when the Umbrella girl is beaten by a chewing gum salesman? Sorry, I digress.)
Word has gone out to a new batch of people of (my) interest and will start up soon. Any requests? Let me know.
On Park Avenue South, rings out an elegy for the new economy:
Oh, Fox News, this "We're populist," mantra is so funny, especially coming from you. You list the CEO's of many of the nation's failing businesses along with their educational background. You note that many are from top schools. You draw the obvious conclusion that the schooling is the problem.
Could it maybe be generational though? The majority of those listed graduated college before my generation had even finished grade school. From the Fox listing, it seems that the baby boomers have sort of run out of ideas on how to generated revenue. The argument could easily be made to throw out the baby boomers with their decrepit bathwater.
Fox can stick with their argument though. There are some massive dolts attending some of the world's top schools. Here's a short list of them:
Granted, I'm from a state school, so maybe my perception is neither fair nor balanced.