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    Quote Originally Posted by Legion View Post

    • In California, according to the Census Bureau, the resident population 25 and older is 25,950,818.
    • 2,510,370 (9.7 percent) never completed ninth grade.
    • 2,033,160 California residents 25 and older completed the ninth, tenth, eleventh or twelfth grade—but did not earn a high school diploma.
    • 4,543,530 California residents 25 and older (17.5 percent) never graduated from high school.
    • California residents 25 and older who never finished 9th grade outnumber the entire populations of 15 other states.








    https://factfinder.census.gov/faces/tableservices/jsf/pages/productview.xhtml?pid=ACS_17_5YR_S1501&prodType=ta ble
    That's funny. First you erroneously post a link that doesn't work. Then, once a person fixes the broken link, it takes you to the US status, no mention of California.

    https://factfinder.census.gov/faces/...prodType=table

    And you call others stupid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Trapper View Post
    That's funny. First you erroneously post a link that doesn't work. Then, once a person fixes the broken link, it takes you to the US status, no mention of California.

    https://factfinder.census.gov/faces/...prodType=table

    And you call others stupid.
    Link worked fine for me : https://factfinder.census.gov/faces/...dType=ta%20ble Says California right on the top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sailor View Post
    Link worked fine for me : https://factfinder.census.gov/faces/...dType=ta%20ble Says California right on the top.
    Hopefully all are not as dumb as you. I fixed the link. Did not work as Legion posted it. Then you get:

    Subject United States
    Total Percent Male Percent Male Female Percent Female
    Estimate Margin of Error Estimate Margin of Error Estimate Margin of Error Estimate Margin of Error Estimate Margin of Error Estimate Margin of Error
    Population 18 to 24 years 31,131,484 +/-9,757 (X) (X) 15,968,535 +/-6,457 (X) (X) 15,162,949 +/-5,690 (X) (X)
    Less than high school graduate 4,169,856 +/-19,696 13.4% +/-0.1 2,443,565 +/-12,380 15.3% +/-0.1 1,726,291 +/-11,040 11.4% +/-0.1
    High school graduate (includes equivalency) 9,479,784 +/-19,611 30.5% +/-0.1 5,349,763 +/-14,771 33.5% +/-0.1 4,130,021 +/-12,739 27.2% +/-0.1
    Some college or associate's degree 14,222,740 +/-26,679 45.7% +/-0.1 6,811,143 +/-16,019 42.7% +/-0.1 7,411,597 +/-17,909 48.9% +/-0.1
    Bachelor's degree or higher 3,259,104 +/-22,968 10.5% +/-0.1 1,364,064 +/-11,745 8.5% +/-0.1 1,895,040 +/-14,523 12.5% +/-0.1

    Population 25 years and over 216,271,644 +/-15,647 (X) (X) 104,439,779 +/-9,686 (X) (X) 111,831,865 +/-8,096 (X) (X)
    Less than 9th grade 11,759,554 +/-62,524 5.4% +/-0.1 5,841,576 +/-31,684 5.6% +/-0.1 5,917,978 +/-34,167 5.3% +/-0.1
    9th to 12th grade, no diploma 15,677,560 +/-71,415 7.2% +/-0.1 8,131,069 +/-37,699 7.8% +/-0.1 7,546,491 +/-37,895 6.7% +/-0.1
    High school graduate (includes equivalency) 59,093,612 +/-208,321 27.3% +/-0.1 29,384,349 +/-111,334 28.1% +/-0.1 29,709,263 +/-101,425 26.6% +/-0.1
    Some college, no degree 44,935,834 +/-45,389 20.8% +/-0.1 21,415,019 +/-31,606 20.5% +/-0.1 23,520,815 +/-28,545 21.0% +/-0.1
    Associate's degree 17,917,481 +/-47,238 8.3% +/-0.1 7,696,077 +/-24,880 7.4% +/-0.1 10,221,404 +/-28,707 9.1% +/-0.1
    Bachelor's degree 41,377,068 +/-151,706 19.1% +/-0.1 19,703,458 +/-77,952 18.9% +/-0.1 21,673,610 +/-79,179 19.4% +/-0.1
    Graduate or professional degree 25,510,535 +/-161,591 11.8% +/-0.1 12,268,231 +/-78,986 11.7% +/-0.1 13,242,304 +/-85,271 11.8% +/-0.1

    Percent high school graduate or higher (X) (X) 87.3% +/-0.1 (X) (X) 86.6% +/-0.1 (X) (X) 88.0% +/-0.1
    Percent bachelor's degree or higher (X) (X) 30.9% +/-0.1 (X) (X) 30.6% +/-0.1 (X) (X) 31.2% +/-0.1

    Population 25 to 34 years 44,044,173 +/-7,758 (X) (X) 22,256,013 +/-6,337 (X) (X) 21,788,160 +/-4,307 (X) (X)
    High school graduate or higher 39,544,696 +/-32,448 89.8% +/-0.1 19,648,202 +/-18,132 88.3% +/-0.1 19,896,494 +/-18,524 91.3% +/-0.1
    Bachelor's degree or higher 15,161,512 +/-91,478 34.4% +/-0.2 6,774,778 +/-42,094 30.4% +/-0.2 8,386,734 +/-51,612 38.5% +/-0.2

    Population 35 to 44 years 40,656,419 +/-7,693 (X) (X) 20,243,714 +/-5,288 (X) (X) 20,412,705 +/-4,883 (X) (X)
    High school graduate or higher 35,808,169 +/-35,667 88.1% +/-0.1 17,551,574 +/-19,542 86.7% +/-0.1 18,256,595 +/-18,561 89.4% +/-0.1
    Bachelor's degree or higher 14,148,668 +/-97,070 34.8% +/-0.2 6,432,386 +/-48,020 31.8% +/-0.2 7,716,282 +/-51,481 37.8% +/-0.3

    Population 45 to 64 years 83,838,663 +/-9,732 (X) (X) 40,884,744 +/-6,012 (X) (X) 42,953,919 +/-5,510 (X) (X)
    High school graduate or higher 73,955,849 +/-56,980 88.2% +/-0.1 35,635,920 +/-29,958 87.2% +/-0.1 38,319,929 +/-30,007 89.2% +/-0.1
    Bachelor's degree or higher 25,210,468 +/-103,592 30.1% +/-0.1 12,126,465 +/-53,109 29.7% +/-0.1 13,084,003 +/-52,924 30.5% +/-0.1

    Population 65 years and over 47,732,389 +/-4,845 (X) (X) 21,055,308 +/-2,999 (X) (X) 26,677,081 +/-2,988 (X) (X)
    High school graduate or higher 39,525,816 +/-31,284 82.8% +/-0.1 17,631,438 +/-16,340 83.7% +/-0.1 21,894,378 +/-18,229 82.1% +/-0.1
    Bachelor's degree or higher 12,366,955 +/-27,944 25.9% +/-0.1 6,638,060 +/-18,170 31.5% +/-0.1 5,728,895 +/-13,232 21.5% +/-0.1

    RACE AND HISPANIC OR LATINO ORIGIN BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
    White alone 163,610,110 +/-35,648 (X) (X) 79,569,350 +/-20,731 (X) (X) 84,040,760 +/-18,434 (X) (X)
    High school graduate or higher 146,042,915 +/-112,953 89.3% +/-0.1 70,491,307 +/-57,756 88.6% +/-0.1 75,551,608 +/-57,797 89.9% +/-0.1
    Bachelor's degree or higher 52,756,175 +/-241,025 32.2% +/-0.1 25,650,536 +/-122,895 32.2% +/-0.2 27,105,639 +/-120,661 32.3% +/-0.1

    White alone, not Hispanic or Latino 142,569,750 +/-6,057 (X) (X) 69,154,368 +/-3,667 (X) (X) 73,415,382 +/-3,528 (X) (X)
    High school graduate or higher 131,636,501 +/-67,579 92.3% +/-0.1 63,508,346 +/-36,228 91.8% +/-0.1 68,128,155 +/-33,539 92.8% +/-0.1
    Bachelor's degree or higher 49,232,163 +/-201,395 34.5% +/-0.1 24,037,759 +/-103,690 34.8% +/-0.1 25,194,404 +/-100,457 34.3% +/-0.1

    Black alone 25,548,487 +/-13,775 (X) (X) 11,754,575 +/-8,382 (X) (X) 13,793,912 +/-8,323 (X) (X)
    High school graduate or higher 21,685,540 +/-21,677 84.9% +/-0.1 9,810,742 +/-13,032 83.5% +/-0.1 11,874,798 +/-12,309 86.1% +/-0.1
    Bachelor's degree or higher 5,250,673 +/-32,509 20.6% +/-0.1 2,100,442 +/-15,177 17.9% +/-0.1 3,150,231 +/-20,800 22.8% +/-0.1

    American Indian or Alaska Native alone 1,611,514 +/-8,494 (X) (X) 784,423 +/-5,401 (X) (X) 827,091 +/-5,172 (X) (X)
    High school graduate or higher 1,284,515 +/-7,269 79.7% +/-0.2 612,622 +/-4,320 78.1% +/-0.3 671,893 +/-4,989 81.2% +/-0.3
    Bachelor's degree or higher 231,061 +/-3,670 14.3% +/-0.2 102,911 +/-2,037 13.1% +/-0.2 128,150 +/-2,514 15.5% +/-0.3

    Asian alone 12,029,171 +/-8,677 (X) (X) 5,541,080 +/-5,831 (X) (X) 6,488,091 +/-5,911 (X) (X)
    High school graduate or higher 10,408,801 +/-11,547 86.5% +/-0.1 4,901,458 +/-7,340 88.5% +/-0.1 5,507,343 +/-8,348 84.9% +/-0.1
    Bachelor's degree or higher 6,342,681 +/-23,737 52.7% +/-0.2 3,064,611 +/-11,837 55.3% +/-0.2 3,278,070 +/-14,451 50.5% +/-0.2

    Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone 352,716 +/-2,863 (X) (X) 173,334 +/-1,860 (X) (X) 179,382 +/-1,846 (X) (X)
    High school graduate or higher 306,408 +/-2,912 86.9% +/-0.4 151,281 +/-1,758 87.3% +/-0.5 155,127 +/-2,046 86.5% +/-0.5
    Bachelor's degree or higher 59,523 +/-1,824 16.9% +/-0.5 28,849 +/-1,151 16.6% +/-0.7 30,674 +/-1,275 17.1% +/-0.7

    Some other race alone 8,957,175 +/-49,472 (X) (X) 4,596,760 +/-26,072 (X) (X) 4,360,415 +/-25,478 (X) (X)
    High school graduate or higher 5,465,844 +/-27,656 61.0% +/-0.1 2,749,411 +/-15,939 59.8% +/-0.2 2,716,433 +/-15,211 62.3% +/-0.2
    Bachelor's degree or higher 996,135 +/-8,747 11.1% +/-0.1 452,981 +/-5,749 9.9% +/-0.1 543,154 +/-5,163 12.5% +/-0.1

    Two or more races 4,162,471 +/-36,406 (X) (X) 2,020,257 +/-19,955 (X) (X) 2,142,214 +/-18,947 (X) (X)
    High school graduate or higher 3,640,507 +/-33,620 87.5% +/-0.1 1,750,313 +/-17,919 86.6% +/-0.2 1,890,194 +/-17,912 88.2% +/-0.2
    Bachelor's degree or higher 1,251,355 +/-18,269 30.1% +/-0.2 571,359 +/-9,727 28.3% +/-0.3 679,996 +/-9,926 31.7% +/-0.3

    Hispanic or Latino Origin 31,676,055 +/-4,865 (X) (X) 15,843,446 +/-3,951 (X) (X) 15,832,609 +/-2,638 (X) (X)
    High school graduate or higher 21,128,899 +/-56,521 66.7% +/-0.2 10,337,253 +/-27,910 65.2% +/-0.2 10,791,646 +/-31,167 68.2% +/-0.2
    Bachelor's degree or higher 4,814,289 +/-52,315 15.2% +/-0.2 2,187,606 +/-25,786 13.8% +/-0.2 2,626,683 +/-28,475 16.6% +/-0.2

    POVERTY RATE FOR THE POPULATION 25 YEARS AND OVER FOR WHOM POVERTY STATUS IS DETERMINED BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT LEVEL
    Less than high school graduate (X) (X) 26.4% +/-0.1 (X) (X) 22.6% +/-0.1 (X) (X) 30.2% +/-0.1
    High school graduate (includes equivalency) (X) (X) 14.1% +/-0.1 (X) (X) 11.9% +/-0.1 (X) (X) 16.2% +/-0.1
    Some college or associate's degree (X) (X) 10.2% +/-0.1 (X) (X) 8.0% +/-0.1 (X) (X) 12.0% +/-0.1
    Bachelor's degree or higher (X) (X) 4.5% +/-0.1 (X) (X) 4.1% +/-0.1 (X) (X) 4.9% +/-0.1

    MEDIAN EARNINGS IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS (IN 2017 INFLATION-ADJUSTED DOLLARS)
    Population 25 years and over with earnings 37,913 +/-128 (X) (X) 44,529 +/-170 (X) (X) 31,790 +/-44 (X) (X)
    Less than high school graduate 21,738 +/-37 (X) (X) 25,707 +/-52 (X) (X) 16,431 +/-46 (X) (X)
    High school graduate (includes equivalency) 29,815 +/-49 (X) (X) 35,294 +/-52 (X) (X) 23,366 +/-51 (X) (X)
    Some college or associate's degree 35,394 +/-40 (X) (X) 42,464 +/-57 (X) (X) 29,652 +/-53 (X) (X)
    Bachelor's degree 52,019 +/-45 (X) (X) 63,911 +/-121 (X) (X) 43,390 +/-87 (X) (X)
    Graduate or professional degree 69,903 +/-103 (X) (X) 87,504 +/-203 (X) (X) 58,868 +/-120 (X) (X)



    Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2013-2017 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates

    Explanation of Symbols:

    An '**' entry in the margin of error column indicates that either no sample observations or too few sample observations were available to compute a standard error and thus the margin of error. A statistical test is not appropriate.
    An '-' entry in the estimate column indicates that either no sample observations or too few sample observations were available to compute an estimate, or a ratio of medians cannot be calculated because one or both of the median estimates falls in the lowest interval or upper interval of an open-ended distribution.
    An '-' following a median estimate means the median falls in the lowest interval of an open-ended distribution.
    An '+' following a median estimate means the median falls in the upper interval of an open-ended distribution.
    An '***' entry in the margin of error column indicates that the median falls in the lowest interval or upper interval of an open-ended distribution. A statistical test is not appropriate.
    An '*****' entry in the margin of error column indicates that the estimate is controlled. A statistical test for sampling variability is not appropriate.
    An 'N' entry in the estimate and margin of error columns indicates that data for this geographic area cannot be displayed because the number of sample cases is too small.
    An '(X)' means that the estimate is not applicable or not available.


    Where is California mentioned at?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Trapper View Post
    Hopefully all are not as dumb as you. I fixed the link. Did not work as Legion posted it. Then you get:



    Where is California mentioned at?
    WTF are you talking about? Click the damn link. You did not "fix it". There is nothing wrong with it. And once again you senile fake vet, California is right on the top of it. Go take your medicine. It is in the shotgun. Put it in your mouth and pull the trigger to get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sailor View Post
    WTF are you talking about? Click the damn link. You did not "fix it". There is nothing wrong with it. And once again you senile fake vet, California is right on the top of it. Go take your medicine. It is in the shotgun. Put it in your mouth and pull the trigger to get it.
    As usual, you are a fucking liar. Nothing new there. Take a good hard look at the URL Legion posted. You can't even get the damn thing to work since there is a gap between the a and the b in table.

    So, where is the one regarding California dick licker?

    BTW, bathtub navies don't count as military service. You might try some of your own personal medications.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Trapper View Post
    As usual, you are a fucking liar. Nothing new there. Take a good hard look at the URL Legion posted. You can't even get the damn thing to work since there is a gap between the a and the b in table.

    So, where is the one regarding California dick licker?

    BTW, bathtub navies don't count as military service. You might try some of your own personal medications.
    I am sure no one else has a problem using that link. Except you of course. That whole senility thing you got going on. Nor will they have problem seeing California right on the top. Stevie Wonder could see it. You do also, just lisping away because as usual you are wrong. I think the guilt of being a fake veteran of the armed services has gotten to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sailor View Post
    I am sure no one else has a problem using that link. Except you of course. That whole senility thing you got going on. Nor will they have problem seeing California right on the top. Stevie Wonder could see it. You do also, just lisping away because as usual you are wrong. I think the guilt of being a fake veteran of the armed services has gotten to you.
    Tell me senile sailor who thinks his rubber duck is qualified for military service, how does a link work when it is broken?


    https://factfinder.census.gov/faces/...1501&prodType=ta ble

    Show me where California is even mentioned delusional fool.
    I know that most men, including those at ease with problems of the greatest complexity, can seldom accept even the simplest and most obvious truth if it be such as would oblige them to admit the falsity of conclusions which they have delighted in explaining to colleagues, which they have proudly taught to others, and which they have woven, thread by thread, into the fabric of their lives. Leo Tolstoy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Trapper View Post
    As usual, you are a fucking liar. Nothing new there. Take a good hard look at the URL Legion posted. You can't even get the damn thing to work since there is a gap between the a and the b in table.

    So, where is the one regarding California dick licker?

    BTW, bathtub navies don't count as military service. You might try some of your own personal medications.
    2 hours ago Trump threatened to close the border down entirely and cancel all trade agreements. He's a lunatic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kudzu View Post
    2 hours ago Trump threatened to close the border down entirely and cancel all trade agreements. He's a lunatic.
    And his dumb fuck supporters will support his decision.

    He was manufactured by The Apprentice, and now the producers are sorry they did:

    https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2...erican-success
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Trapper View Post
    And his dumb fuck supporters will support his decision.

    He was manufactured by The Apprentice, and now the producers are sorry they did:

    https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2...erican-success
    God that's good..

    Excerpt:

    Cut to: June, 2015. After starring in fourteen seasons of “The Apprentice,” all executive-produced by Burnett, Trump appeared in the gilded atrium of Trump Tower, on Fifth Avenue, to announce that he was running for President. Only someone “really rich,” Trump declared, could “take the brand of the United States and make it great again.”

    He also made racist remarks about Mexicans, prompting NBC, which had broadcast “The Apprentice,” to fire him. Burnett, however, did not sever his relationship with his star. He and Trump had been equal partners in “The Apprentice,” and the show had made each of them hundreds of millions of dollars. They were also close friends: Burnett liked to tell people that when Trump married Knauss, in 2005, Burnett’s son Cameron was the ring bearer.


    “Name something that isn’t a shadow of its former self.”

    Trump had been a celebrity since the eighties, his persona shaped by the best-selling book “The Art of the Deal.” But his business had foundered, and by 2003 he had become a garish figure of local interest—a punch line on Page Six. “The Apprentice” mythologized him anew, and on a much bigger scale, turning him into an icon of American success. Jay Bienstock, a longtime collaborator of Burnett’s, and the showrunner on “The Apprentice,” told me, “Mark always likes to compare his shows to great films or novels.

    All of Mark’s shows feel bigger than life, and this is by design.” Burnett has made many programs since “The Apprentice,” among them “Shark Tank,” a startup competition based on a Japanese show, and “The Voice,” a singing contest adapted from a Dutch program. In June, he became the chairman of M-G-M Television.

    But his chief legacy is to have cast a serially bankrupt carnival barker in the role of a man who might plausibly become the leader of the free world. “I don’t think any of us could have known what this would become,” Katherine Walker, a producer on the first five seasons of “The Apprentice,” told me. “But Donald would not be President had it not been for that show.”

    Tony Schwartz, who wrote “The Art of the Deal,” which falsely presented Trump as its primary author, told me that he feels some responsibility for facilitating Trump’s imposture. But, he said, “Mark Burnett’s influence was vastly greater,” adding, “ ‘The Apprentice’ was the single biggest factor in putting Trump in the national spotlight.” Schwartz has publicly condemned Trump, describing him as “the monster I helped to create.” Burnett, by contrast, has refused to speak publicly about his relationship with the President or about his curious, but decisive, role in American history.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Trapper View Post
    Tell me senile sailor who thinks his rubber duck is qualified for military service, how does a link work when it is broken?


    https://factfinder.census.gov/faces/...1501&prodType=ta ble

    Show me where California is even mentioned delusional fool.
    Click your own link fake vet. Just the blue part. Tell me what happens. Absolutely no reason to "fix it". You stupid fuck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sailor View Post
    Click your own link fake vet. Just the blue part. Tell me what happens. Absolutely no reason to "fix it". You stupid fuck.
    Hey cowardly liar, it still does not say anything about California. Keep it up dumb ass. You will get it right someday. Well, the day you take that medication you stuffed inside that shotgun anyway. Then you won't be such a miserable excuse for a dog fucker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Trapper View Post
    Hey cowardly liar, it still does not say anything about California. Keep it up dumb ass. You will get it right someday. Well, the day you take that medication you stuffed inside that shotgun anyway. Then you won't be such a miserable excuse for a dog fucker.
    You crack me up old senile one. Now you are admitting the link always worked and still trying to save face for what clearly says California. Look, the dumb fuckness about you is not a result of your senility. You have always been that way. It just makes it more humorous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Trapper View Post
    That's funny. First you erroneously post a link that doesn't work. Then, once a person fixes the broken link, it takes you to the US status, no mention of California.

    https://factfinder.census.gov/faces/...prodType=table

    And you call others stupid.
    Legion just messes around online, to get rises out of people. He is very dishonest on purpose, and is like dealing with a shifty teenager. He probably gets a kick out of you responding in this manner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jade Dragon View Post
    Legion just messes around online, to get rises out of people. He is very dishonest on purpose, and is like dealing with a shifty teenager. He probably gets a kick out of you responding in this manner.
    It’s what trolls live for
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