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This Entire Graduating High School Class Has a Banker to Thank for Their Education

By Mustafa Gatollari

Paying for college is becoming increasingly difficult in America. Heck, even if you manage to get a job and work for ten years straight after graduating, paying back your student loans entirely off still seems next to impossible.

Congratulations! You busted your behind and now you've got a bunch of debt. So you work a job that isn't your dream job, because you have a ton of debt, just so, you know, you can get out of your debt. It's all a big, nasty scam.

Which is why Dennis Frandsen might as well go waltzing around with a pair of angel wings, because he's already committed to paying for the entire 2019 graduating class of Luck, Wisconsin's first two years of college. Crazy, right? Well the story gets a whole lot crazier.