your provincial world view is showing and your comparison is faulty. Quoting: Neoanderthal Man
Tell me where I am mistaken then, in your opinion.
You asked me why he would have to work at something, saying that he doesn't have to because it is his birthright.
I said he would need to work at it just to do a better job once in that position.
Then, you say, again, that he doesn't have to do shit, because it is his birthright.
So, I showed you an example why it would be a good idea to learn everything he can to prepare for a position...
...and you say that my world view is fucked up and that my comparison is faulty.
So, tell me where I have been mistaken. Actually, answer me this, directly.
Do you think it is a better idea to prepare for a birthright 'position', or do you think, since it is a birthright, he should release ALL responsibility?