Tag Archive: education

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : No Sarcasm left behind

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I remember high school.  By the time I reached 10th grade, I knew how to write an outline, and I didn’t write like this: Wen I wuz in 10 gred, I rote ok.… Continue reading

Words are powerful

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Just a reminder.  . TRAINING:  Also known as CYA.  In the event of a company meltdown, these words are often uttered,  “He was trained.  It’s his fault the job (that 3 people should be… Continue reading

Training vs Education

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The Question

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When professors ask, “Why are you taking this class?” what do I tell them?

One Small Step

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“SantaFeCollege-seal” by Source. Licensed under Fair use via Wikipedia – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:SantaFeCollege-seal.jpg#/media/File:SantaFeCollege-seal.jpg One small step into educational domain: back to the future. For those who don’t know… Santa Fe Community College in Gainesville, FL has… Continue reading

Poetry War–college education indignation

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…So then, if you insist… let’s travel from the world of make believe  and into the world of debt slavery. Let me tell you what a college degree did for me!  My first… Continue reading

Typed in 60 seconds. Education then and now.

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  More on (or moron) changes that have happened since my birth.  Tonight’s treat is… EDUCATION: Then: There was no such thing as a learning disability. I was in 1st grade when Rhoda… Continue reading

CHANGES

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  Hard to believe that there have been so many changes since the mid 20th century.   Take, for example, the uproar when Jackie Robinson joined the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947.  The military was… Continue reading

An Eye For An Eye

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Please read Struggle To Understand as a precursor to this rant, because the comment is what triggered this response. The specific comment indicated that it is a ‘Sad reality’ that our society is… Continue reading

What Words Define You?

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Once upon a time people could tell an Irish, Polish, English, blond, fat guy, off-color joke without the threat of a lawsuit. People understood the difference between a bully and a government hell-bent… Continue reading