Well, not bad, I think. What degree did you gain, I can't remember, and in what subject? Story..... About 50 years ago I joined a chess club, but wasn't good enough to play on inter club matches. One evening a chess master who was over classed to play in the match offered to play me. I lost....lost again...again, and as we prepared for yet another game I apologised for being such poor sport. He corrected me quickly... I failed to succeed, he said, I won the battles but I lost lives. That was my failure. I never take any notice of who I playing , I simply fight the battle which is on the board. I've never forgotten his words although I can't even tember his face. And so now I focus upon what I can hear, see, read. Anybody who seeks to impress any other with any kind of status is an impostor because they haven't got the information or skill or whatever to present. Some of my friends were expert witnesses and one had an acquaintance who taught the Met Police handwriting analysis and he was caught red handed by a journalist, declaring a document to be true when he knew it was false....it only took some money. Each side paid expert witnesses to speak forvthem. What a joke.