Thursday, March 01, 2012

Here's a Real Man

That's what I'm talking about. Didn't go to college. Just studied and did it on his own. What I also like is how it was how Eaton corporation, which is just plagued with white collar bureaucracy, with all of its resources couldn't pull off what a man with grit and determination did.

However, I just cringe to think what his daughter is going to go to college for. The irony if she saw her dad, succeed without a college degree and be a self-taught, self-made man, and then she goes and majors in "Communications." God I hope that is not the case.


James Wolfe said...

For every story like that one there are 10 where some hard working entrepreneur has been beaten into the ground by government regulations and mandates and given up. I wish things were different but until the union controlled government is finally tossed out in the street things aren't going to get better.

sth_txs said...

A remnant of the 'old' America. Never to return?

Paul said...

I feel really badly for him though, because all his great efforts will result in him doing what? Sending his daughter to college where she will learn to demonize him and all his accomplishments. In short, he's 'manned up', poor SOB, and has been set up to reap the whirlwind.

Please Capn, have a heart and send this guy a copy of Worthless, ASAP.