02/21/2012 | 11:28 am
As Linsanity continues, an illustration by Bobby Bernethy is making the rounds:
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haha, awesome pic of Jeremy Lin.
The world is heading towards the cliff. But we have Bread and Circuses….
Lin’s story reminds me of Dolph Lundgren, who also traded a high-end education in for a shot at celebrity.
Clearly it works for them, but I can only imagine that this is a net loss for the greater good, since these quality minds are being largely wasted in sports and acting.
Are you suggesting that “Rocky IV” was a waste?
and look at all of the educated folks in washington and wall street, Look how that’s worked out for the greater good.
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