The dream of sin.
- According to data from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), as of the academic year 2016-2017, there are a total of 4,360 higher education institutions in the U.S., including both colleges and universities.
- Of the 4,360 higher education institutions in the U.S., 2,832 are four-year colleges and 1,582 are two-year colleges.
- According to the latest data from the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC), there are a total of 1,050 community colleges in the U.S. 
According to a Dec 2022 article written by Imed Bouchrika for Research.com, “No matter the institution, many adults in the U.S. place great importance on getting a college education (Marken, 2019). The benefits of having a college degree, which may include higher salaries and better employment opportunities, also make the pursuit worth it for many students.” 
Unfortunately, there are many adults in the U.S. who do not place importance on getting a college education, or on getting any education at all. There are many adults who place importance instead on living as whoring parasites off the rest, rather than earning an honest living, and prefer to subsist off of poisoned illicit narcotics and pills and whatever they might have threatened someone else out of. When someone else does manage to earn a college degree for their chosen career, they decide this person doesn’t deserve their career and venture forth to sabotage any and all job offers they might have been offered after earning a bachelor’s and even a master’s degree!
At the age of 52, it seems that everyone I considered a biological relative (or “family”) spent the majority of their life doing everything they could to interfere with and sabotage everything I had wanted for myself – career, family, house, etc…Unfortunately, too many others were complicit as well. I graduated with a B.A. from UC Santa Cruz in 1992 and an M.A. from Tufts University in 1997. However, any potential career/job offers that resulted from these degrees were sabotaged with threats from relatives.
To make matters worse, the colleges, professors and administration(s) involved seemed not to have cared or else were complicit in taking my career away from me. And I had done absolutely nothing wrong! And, as it turns out all of my so called “family” members, and seemingly countless others as well, had lied about their nonexistent education, college degrees and careers.
For example, my two older brothers both claimed to have graduate degrees from prestigious institutions, JFK School of Public Policy at Harvard and Pepperdine University in Southern California. They also claimed to have graduated with bachelor’s degrees (one from UC Berkeley and one from UC Santa Barbara). The eldest claimed they were an executive for major pharmaceutical companies like Bayer Pharma in Emeryville, CA and Amgen in Thousand Oaks, CA. The other claimed to have been a senior management consultant for both KPMG in Sacramento, CA and Booze-Allen in Arlington, VA.
However, in the midst of an international narcotics investigation over the past six years, I’ve since learned that they never actually earned the college degrees they spent their entire lives claiming they had, and they were never sent to any school of any kind! Not even Kindergarten! It turns out the one called “Jeff,” had only ever worked in the mailroom and could barely read the mailing address written on the envelope. The other one claimed to have been an executive overseeing clinical trials, but spent a lifetime in pursuit of poisoned heroin and “iced coke” from Welch, WV.
All they really managed to accomplish was to persecute me for my own accomplishments, and incriminate me however they could in an attempt to make me look like the same kind of slutty whore they all were but never cared to admit. Not even UC Santa Cruz or Tufts University cared to take a stand in my defense. All they cared about were their fake lives, their toxic pills and their drugs.
They still argue to this day, about their right to exist as a parasite in society, with their only real objective being to obtain more of their drugs, pills and poison. How sad. Perhaps they should start tearing down their colleges and universities, since apparently no one really needs to attend.