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Old 08-12-2019, 08:17 AM   #1  
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Around 117 years ago DL had stopped recognizing degrees from the online school Thomas Edison, due to accreditation issues. I know there was an effort to change that, at the time.

Is it now accepted?
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I donít think online schools existed 117 years ago? I remember when I was a kid Al Gore was just finishing up with his invention.... the internet.
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I donít think online schools existed 117 years ago? I remember when I was a kid Al Gore was just finishing up with his invention.... the internet.
And what an invention it was. Al Gore brought free porn to billions. Young people don't understand.
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And what an invention it was. Al Gore brought free porn to billions. Young people don't understand.
Well....except this kid. 😁

https://www.theonion.com/i-am-under-...ory-1819570266
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In 1902, Delta had an abundance of qualified applicants. This was because in 1901, FAR 116 was created, necessitating less staffing. It was at point they decided to not accept online degrees, and rather, opt for the traditional "horse and buggy" degrees.
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Thomas Edison taught online schools?
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Thomas Edison taught online schools?
Only the brightest could attend...
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Watt did you study at this school?

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Well done!
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I mean, there's always one guy right?
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