You beat me to it. My mind always goes to this song when thinking of children growing up and life-cycle events.
agreed. Well said.
saw this on GMA this morning. It’s amazing what passes for news these days. One plastic surgeon estimates that it cost her about $500K to look this way.
Hits close to home for me too. Three years ago I had to put down my 17 year old cat Spock. One kitten and a Dalmatian puppy later and he is still sorely missed.
There are three kinds of people in this world: those who can and those who can’t count.
Well said! er… written. Wish I could give this a standing ovation.
“Show me a government school that you can not get a parent to come to a teacher conference with a subpoena. and I will show you a future liberal who only knows what the government taught them.”
I’ve taught in several private schools. My father taught in several public schools. The one thing consistent in both is parents whose children are having difficulty (behaviorally and/or learning) do not come to parent teacher conferences. You as usual are incorrect. Public education is not the problem. Private and public education face many of the same issues.
“What’s so bad about “Class Warfare” if it just means that the side that’s been getting kicked around decides to stand up and fight back against the class that did the kicking? Bring it!”
:^) It would be nice to be able to kick back, at least then those rich whiners would have something to really cry about. Seems to me the people who can actually afford to pay taxes should just shut up and take it like the rest of us have had to. And I would love to see a list of all the jobs they have created. Want to call yourself a job creator then prove it!
I agree the current right wing GOPs are zombies. I’m waiting for the fallout in a few years when they are held accountable and use the excuse “we were just following orders” from our corporate handlers.