Monday , 16 October 2017

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  • Mark Daniel Johansen

    RE “occupy the cafeteria”: I can’t help but wonder: Did he just come from a class where the teacher praised the “Occupy Wall Street” protestors? I know teachers in my kids’ school talked about how these were people fighting for justice, etc. If so, it would be very amusing and ironic if they punished him for doing what they just praised someone else for doing.

  • Mark Daniel Johansen

    RE miles and kilometers: Yes, the purpose of school is to teach children to blindly believe anything said by a person in authority, without for a moment asking to see the evidence. Doing anything else is called “a war on science”.