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Replacement for English teaching

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Replacement for English teaching

Post by Cornfed » August 9th, 2014, 12:13 am

Since English teaching overseas is going down the drain in terms of the average teacher expecting to be a respected professional earning a good living, we really should try to think of some replacement. What do Westerners have that the rest of the world needs, if anything? What could we do? Give seminars on Western culture, such as it is? Seminars on quality Western educational institutions, if any still exist? PUA-type seminars on how to pick up and properly sexually degrade Western sluts? Seminars on how to treat all the killer STDs resulting from contact with Western sluts? Instruction on how to participate in Western art or sport? Instruction in activities where we seem to do things better, such as weight training? It would be good if we could get a few suggestions going. Someone really needs to find a replacement industry for EFL so that Western men can still escape feminaziland.

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Post by newlifeinphilippines » August 9th, 2014, 12:51 am

How easy is it to start a call center in philippines? Can someone just build one and then have companies contact or do you have to get something going in united states then build it? How much does it cost to make one?

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Post by Cornfed » August 9th, 2014, 1:02 am

newlifeinphilippines wrote:How easy is it to start a call center in philippines?
No idea, but I wouldn't think Westerners would have any advantage over locals doing that.

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