A college campus is not an alien place for me. I like to go to cocktail parties where I can wear a tweed sport jacket and hold a glass of wine while I regale other guests with fascinating and amusing tales of my life in the publishing business. So I always figured I belong on a college campus like a pig belongs in mud.
Most of us who grew up in cities dominated by heavy industry were accustomed to hearing the term "good money." For example, the conversation of relatives and friends frequently included such comments as, "He makes good money down at the mill."