While there's some sloppy analysis (this is what I want from my hedge-fund manager?), I'm interested in your opinions on the merits of his argument. Are we just being lazy and sending our kids off to school because that's what's expected? Should we use more critical thinking before blindly taking that route? What are the points he's missing, and what assumptions does he get right/wrong? When does it make sense to send your kid to college, and why would you choose NOT to do so?