Despite all the handwaving and flaming in the media, I don't see the economy getting any better any time soon. Unlike my brother, who actually learned a civilian skill or three in the Army, all I have is a quarter-century of questionable office experience with a side order of non-profit business founding. Which will get you a cup of coffee at Dunkin' if you have a buck to go with it. So I'm thinking of going back to college. Originally I was looking at Norwich University, which I applied to in my high school days because it had a reputation for being a big producer of armor officers, and at the time I was much enamored of tanks. Norwich is pretty expensive, though, and I'm old school enough to prefer live classes to internet seminars. So I'll probably wind up going to George Mason and finishing the program I started at St. Mary's while temping and subbing here and there. We'll see what happens, I guess.