When reality does not support your agenda, lie. It is the liberal way.
Ban teacher unions and we may be able to meet in the middle.
Charter Schools are PUBLIC schools. There is no tuition or profit involved.
In most cases they have proved to be very successful in providing a superior education to children from the entire district.
Miguel. You made a really stupid statement and then attempted to claim it was mine.
When I corrected you, in detail, and directed you to actually read what I wrote you refused and repeated your stupid statement.
And now you descend to personal comments about my appearance.
You are a FINE example of the liberal mindset.
I reserve my slime for you, but thanks for being your usual trollish self.
Go back to your knitting. I can and do imagine breakthroughs. Now if only you could have one yourself where you actually READ WHAT I WROTE instead of projecting your own bias and dislike for me onto my words.
What part of the following, person who CLAIMS to be grounded in science, do you not understand? It is a basic fact in research.
“We may see a huge new design hit the news tomorrow. Or by the end of the year. However, the nature of this type of discovery is fickle. It might take 10, 20, even 50 years before the next great breakthrough or discovery appears.”
And no, it is NOT a new approach. MIT and other research facilities have been talking about (and later executing) 3D printed batteries for about 10 years. The method is “new” but the materials used are not. This is NOT a breakthrough in battery DESIGN, merely a manufacturing innovation.
We are approaching the barrier of diminishing returns with the CURRENT battery technology. At this moment we have NOT seen the next big breakthrough like Lithium Ion was compared to NiCad or even Hydride technology.
At no point have I said the technology would not advance. What I said is that IT IS NOT HERE NOW AND WE DO NOT KNOW WHEN IT WILL HAPPEN. Making concrete manufacturing and policy decisions on a technology NOT YET PRESENT is foolish.
My post is being attacked not because of what I said but because I said it. Shame on you.
My name is Andy and I am a cookieholic.
Between my 3 nieces the cookie binge was spread over 17 years (burp). Thin Mints, frozen. I set the tone early by buying a case from niece #1 the 1st year when she was 5.
2 years later niece #2 joined the troop and I could not bring myself to penalize the girls by splitting the order, especially with the recent birth of #3 and the inevitable 3rd case of cookies. By then, even as I was publicly decrying the cost and imposition on Uncle Andy I was secretly lusting for day I could bump up to 3 cases
1/3-1/2 sleeve per sitting with a tall glass of icy cold whole milk. Soon I was buying TM’s from random cookie tables at grocery stores. I’m sure you all understand.
I made a decision during the last year of #3’s time in the scouts. I would go cold cookie once the last case was purchased and consumed. It was hard, very hard. The temptation was brutal in the early years, but it faded over time. I am now cookie free for 21 years, but even today I have cravings and the irrational urge to lash out at little girls in green.
No, not really. But at least you qualified your statement with “much of”.
Investigation after investigation has revealed that in a tiny handful of left wing riots there were a few supremacist instigators on social media. Never any proof or evidence of those instigators within the mobs on site.
No, the immense wave of violence that swept the nation is a wholly owned product of Antifa and BLM.
Nonsense. Apply for a visa.