The will to go on fading ...
After several years of enduring the joy of undergraduate snowflakery, I was "promoted" to graduate level instruction.
No more stupid questions which could have been answered in the syllabus.
No longer will I be required to remind students that Not Every Word they Feel is Important is Capitalized. Or that word's that are plural are not the same as those which are possessive.
At last! They will understand and appreciate that their instructor is aching for an actual intelligent conversation. That -- gasp! -- actual peer reviewed sources will have been explored and no longer will I have to take time to explain that Fox News, About.com and Wikipedia are not considered academic sources.
Oh how stupid I was.
Enter the ... GRAD FLAKES!
With few exceptions, they are just as clueless, vacuous, simplistic ... infuriating.
If I have to read one more discussion question answer which is little more than a summation of the text with a definition tossed in from Wikipedia and an opinion from a talking head ... I'm not heading to Pike's Peak ... but the other definition on the sign post.