The right education makes all the difference, whether it's a JD program whose alumni control hiring at all the right firms, or a summer camp that gives even people without pilot's licenses hands-on experience in the launch and reentry of a Space Shuttle. Announcing a new standard in higher learning: The Most Interesting Academy, illustrious alma mater of The Most Interesting Man in the World.
The Most Interesting Academy is "the world's premiere institution for the study and dissemination of the Interesting Arts and Sciences"; unlike lesser academies, this one is free, and substitutes competitive online video gaming for archaic educational tools like books and shacking up with professors who were only lying about being impressed with your thesis. The initial courses/gaming challenges will be "Circumnavigating the Globe" and "The Art of the Bluff", to be followed by five more subjects imparting everything from the preparation of exotic feasts to earning the unquestioning loyalty of bears.
Rankings will be kept, and at August's end, the top seven scholars will be awarded a real-world apprenticeship for Dos Equis' "The Most Interesting Show in the World": a traveling festival of bizarre talent whose past stars include a flaming bowling ball juggler, a contortionist who fires arrows with her feet, and a half-cyborg/half-kabuki martial arts breakdancer (so, the Tae Kwon Turbo-nator).
Earn the apprenticeship, and you get: round-trip transpo to the Show, 3 days/2 nights accommodation, tons of merch, a crucial supporting role in the Show itself, an invite to the VIP after-party, and a year's supply of Dos Equis -- because while the right school will send you smartly off into the world, a never-ending fridge of beer will bring the world to you.
Whatever's on your plate can wait. Play awesomely addictive micro-games at MostInterestingAcademy.com
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