Its hard to remember all of them. Most recently it was that you asked a question in the 'Ask Architect' thread. I had tunnel vision after I had asked a question to him and you asked a question about a link to the book 'My True Type'. It just made me aware that I was too focused on one thing. I took it as a sign that I needed to accept what was said so I decided to go to the link and buy the book after some thought. Then I asked another question about my type from the results of the test in the book and you have made another comment -another thing to be aware of.
I relate to the aversion to people-centric approach and the interest in investigative methods. I like diagnosis, but abhor actual treatment. Someone convinced me to watch a couple of episodes of House, and I was surprised how much I related to his POV.
And I totally agree on the treatment vs. prevention issue. One reason why I stopped doing what I was doing was exactly that. It seems treatment is more profitable, though...but I won't go down that bunny hole of ethics - it is complicated as hell....but interesting nevertheless. Prevention = government costs, etc, etc
I just realised how prying my question might have come across, sorry. I tend to blurt things out unceremoniously.
Okay, I understand. I have been wondering since there seems to be a lot of frustration in the US about higher education fees. I couldn't imagine living in a country where a start in life would mean getting yourself into a debt of such proportions that you'd think twice - thrice about doing it. Sort of elitist - oriented, which to me - coming from a socialist-bent background, seems to widen the gap between the upper and lower social ranks even more.