I believe you have just called many colleges, worldwide, s**t. Well, one thing is for sure - Johns Hopkins University, where Brendan Marrocco received his bilateral arm transplant, is a good college. One of many, I might add. My heart goes out to Brendan and his family, and all soldiers who sacrifice so much.
The medicine, the medical expertise, the surgeons, the community of doctors that stand on the knowledge of decades of studying science have helped save this man's life. Why didn't god save everyone in Iraq and Afghanistan, including innocent Muslims? Did others have lessons to be learned? Bad family members? God needed angels? Was Brendan the strongest person and needed to benefit from what happened? Were some just punished by God? Why was Job so lucky?
Join us to discuss your view of God. I don't know where your video is, but you seem very knowledgeable about colleges. Does U.S. News and World Report use you as a source?
edit: I wish politicians in every country were required to spend the time studying the world that doctors spend studying medicine.