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  1. Seattle Sam

    John Belushi figured this out at Faber College. “Grab a brew. Don’t cost nuthin’.”

  2. Seattle Sam

    If my memory serves me, in the 1970s Yale instituted a student loan program where repayment was tied to income. It was an utter bust.

  3. Winoceros

    That model is indentured servitude unless there is a non-negotiable end date. Even communities could invest in successful graduates accepted to schools to fund projects, playgrounds and the like. Allows brain drain to still benefit small towns. Who would let down their community on purpose?

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