And this is his only child.
Bitter old man angry at the world? Sounds like any member of the republican cult and ALL the members of the cult of trump.
Is Rick extremely open to new ways of seeing things or sarcastic?
But Walden isn’t a real college. Then again neither are Harvard or Yale.
And bitter and pathetic weren’t sour grapes? I can take old!
When grapes get old, you get wine. Last I heard that was considered a good thing.
Rick should have cut that loser loose years ago.
i completed my grad reqs in junior year. senior was a waste of time: 4 study halls, woodworking, and drafting class. i still didn’t get my diploma until a week after “graduation” (kansas law, you had to be 18). one of the most backward places on earth.
After he drops out of college (?) The GED will help !
jobless and an a*****e. That’s an achievement, I suppose.
Dad must have already sent in a check for tuition/dorm.
Hey Rick, it gets him out your house.
My granddaughter is in 7th grade & getting high school credit for the French she is taking.
I have 4 children…………….law of large #s.
Gary Trudeau does NOT like young people.
If he thinks the sour grape thing is getting old, wait for the, “stone-cold silence thing”, when he writes home for money.
He can go wherever he wants. All he hast to do is pay for it.
I see the kid has changed still a Ah##e
Don’t yell at the person paying for it. Or did Walden let him in for free?
Well, Rick, Shimer College – the most academically rigorous college in the US – was quite accepting of Early Entrants, the ones they got being so smart that another year of high school would only hurt them.
Jeff, on the other hand………
Time for a smack.
Walden offers more 80s and 90s level courses than any other college in the United States.
You really want to go to a college that will at least make you overqualified to work at Starbucks. Really
“Son, you’re absolutely right. You should chart your own course. Make your own decisions. Follow your own dream. Pay your own bills. You’re right son; DONE!”
Well, the first year of college is usually two semesters of remedial courses intended to catch you up to the level you should have been at the end of HS, so skipping the last year of HS to take a year of remedial classes does make sense.
As long as you aren’t borrowing money to do it, at least.
High School is “free” – well, you pay for it whether or not you go (or even have kids).
Rick’s ALWAYS had superb parenting skills.