Christian Woman's Head Explodes over PhD using Dr, While Ignoring Nudes of FLOTUS

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Yea, someone has a point on this. Because, even in college, most university professors, actually over time get irritated at being called "Dr. So & So" after a while. Deep down inside, I noticed after you knew after your freshmen, sophomore, Jr, Senior year etc and if started doing research with them, they would actually let you call them by first name.

One time I came by my Biology professors office ( on a Saturday ) to get a note, and we started talking; he pulled open a drawer full of a six-pack full of beers !! pulled on off and threw it off and said, "Call me Stan." He said, "Heck, I used to work for a living as carpenter, before I got into this gig for a living!" :ROFLMAO:

One of the other grad students came in, and said where's mine? He said, put one of those cooler sleeve over it so a busy body don't ask questions,,, how's that research coming along?

He was one of the more cool one's.

But, yea, Jill Biden needs to drop the Doctor Crap. Only, if you a real doctor, or some kind of serious, serious, research specialist or you know something that super-sticks out!

I wouldn't if it were me, why draw attention to yourself for ?
 

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It's up to the individual. Some doctorates prefer not to use the title in public. Some do. What you don't do is tell someone who has just been elected first lady of the United States that she should drop it because she's not a "real" doctor.

Here comes the funny part: Doctors aren't really doctors in the realm of educational level. They are two totally different things. An MD is a Doctor of Medicine. They do not have Ph.D's in the vast majority of cases and as such aren't "real" doctors.

So the entire article is moronic on its face. Not only that, it's pure douchebaggery. After all, did she have the balls to say that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. should have the "doctor" dropped from his name? Or Dr. Neal deGrasse Tyson?

Of course not.
 
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Hugo Stiglitz

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Not to be sexist or anything but seriously: why would you call yourself a doctor while you teach high school? I can see it if you're a college professor or some shit, but high school english? Just seems odd. It's like using the title Esquire when all you do is write wills and notarize contracts. Yeah sure it's her call, but really?
 
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Well,

Last night I saw the Republicans already attacking and going after it like a hound dog chasing a bone that was starving. They've zeroed in on it like a laser beam already.
 

Hugo Stiglitz

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There's a new lawyer down the hall from me that checks our contracts out before we finalize them. He's a real piece of shit this guy. Loves to talk about the bar exam. Squeezes it into every conversation no matter how far out of context it is. This buddy of mine screwed with him the other day. He has business cards on his desk that say "Attorney at Law" right below his name. So my buddy says "why not esquire"? and the guy has no fucking clue. We've been laughing about that one for weeks.
 

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Yea, some attorneys have that. It was big with the British. It was all about social class of distinction and you have to get it given to you. Men of profession etc.

Mostly, just attorneys would get it here in the U.S. But, you don't see it used as often much anymore. I remember more attorneys who used to use that on their window's, cards, even in the yellow pages back in the day. Now, not as much. Things have changed.
 

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Not to be sexist or anything but seriously: why would you call yourself a doctor while you teach high school? I can see it if you're a college professor or some shit, but high school english? Just seems odd. It's like using the title Esquire when all you do is write wills and notarize contracts. Yeah sure it's her call, but really?

I had one. My boys also had one in their HS. It was actually how I found out doctors (MD's) weren't Doctors (PhD). But they're weren't many for sure.
 
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Hugo Stiglitz

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I had several at Nebraska. Most of them went by professor though not doctor. Then again it is Nebraska. We're not that full of ourselves.