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Published: Monday, Nov. 12 2012 6:53 p.m. MST

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

This conference will most likely not have anything new to offer, just variations of the same old technology the 60-80 year olds developed 30 years ago who are trying to retire now and our education has not kept up with the loss of these minds and dreamers who created what we have today.

Losing dreamers and creators and free will and free enterprise is our biggest disaster and our own fault for listening to education and government taking over schools to track and trace and test old knowledge. We replace eduction and free thought with dedicated testing of knowledge our grand parents developed so it has stagnated our nation and leadership roles.

What Utah needs is some conferences from union leaders and shops with hands on workers that are skilled and highly trained to keep factories going and building new towers of industrial manufacturing. Technigeeks in health care, banks, education, are low tech and boring jobs.

Without engineers, builders, hands on craftsmen workers, we have no future or better way of life. Replacing a broken cell phone or App is not technically difficult or satisfying career for any college degree.

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