(Ron Davison muses aloud)
I just heard the other day that while families are quick to buy their kids iPods and Wii's and all the trappings, few of these families can actually afford such luxuries - charging their technology purchases and failing to put another dime in the college savings account. So let's hope these wee ones turn out to be the next Chopin or at least, Justin Timberlake, because, only then, can we, as a society, say that these indulgences have served them well.
cce,Or maybe (says Ron, the eternal optimist) those iPods will become little universities where these children will take attend pod-classes that instruct them on how to become lawyers, surgeons, and technetrepreurs, so by "investing" in what appears to be a consumer item, these parents are already checking the box for the investment in college.
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