This article really perpetuates the myth that community college is inferior to four-year schools. Maybe community colleges were “13th grade” and terrible 30 years ago but now they provide quality education at an affordable price. Community colleges are a great place to learn a variety of subjects and meet all kinds of people, young and old. An associate’s degree is a good foot in the door for many professions and may help a student obtain a decent job while working through college, thus giving them the advantage of experience which is so highly prized in the competitive job market. Community college was actually a lifesaver for me—I didn’t have the best grades in high school but I was given the opportunity to redeem myself at my local CC and eventually went on to receive a bachelor’s degree summa cum laude. I hope this article, although funny, doesn’t discourage anyone from starting their academic career at a community college.