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Exploring the Soda Pain Point

jtheb Wrote: Oct 06, 2014 8:34 AM
All this means is that we'll buy our sodas and sweet teas at fountains with large cups and drink as much or as little as we like. These corps are so afraid of litigation that they allow the behavior control freaks to run roughshod all over them.
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It's Better Now

jtheb Wrote: Oct 01, 2014 7:33 AM
Thanks for the perspective John . You're right. My African-American wife and I can tell you without hesitation that life for us now is WAYYYY better than just 30 years ago. So much for the moaning of the racial exploitation establishment that " racism has never been worse!!!!!". I tell my students all of the time that , in my lifetime, the air has never been cleaner, the water never safer and never more trees and vegetation present than right now. Problems? Sure. Crisis? Not so much.
Ahhhh are you for real? Because he is IN CHARGE maybe????????????????????
I think it's "high" time for another "beer summit" .
This bunch has turned the Secret Service into the Keystone Cops. This guy shouldn't have survived this attempt while still out in the lawn. And these are the people in charge of our military. No wonder...
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Combating Campus Sexual Assaults

jtheb Wrote: Sep 30, 2014 6:20 AM
While your point is well taken I find figures that have sexual assault on campus happening at a greater rate than the most dangerous neighborhoods in America a very hard thing to swallow. Perhaps the point would be just as well taken without questionable statistics leading into it.
I am an APUSH teacher in Texas. Several points: 1) I LOVE the idea of merit based pay. When we had bonuses available on this basis I did very well. It almost compensated for the low pay we get here ( even though we teach for love it is nice to be able to pay bills on time) . When the state ran into a budget difficulty in 2011 , "merit pay" was the first casualty on the list. 2) Stalin himself could design a curriculum, any teacher worth their salt will teach the truth and even use examples of the bias to instruct students in the realities of publicly financed culture wars. It would be a great prompt for a long essay. 3) Leaving my students for any amount of time because of a personnel grievance is immoral. They are my first priority. I would say to my Colorado brethren , " Get your houses in order or get out of the profession. The kids deserve your devotion to THEM , not anyone's agenda".
And your solution is.........? Perhaps you could stop scoring long enough to think this through and share your thoughts.
Obviously these people have not watched the new CBS show Madame Secretary , which of COURSE has NOTHING to do with Hillary's anticipated candidacy. Not that the well educated American voting public would fall for anything like this.......throat clearing.....more throat clearing......
There can be only one thing to say...I don't know nothing about no double negatives.
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA!!!!!!!!!!!The most transparently puffy and blatant campaigning for a political candidate in the history of television. Only a moron would give a solitary moment of credence to these well worn denials. Perhaps the best thing CBS could do is GET OUT OF POLITICS !!!!!! We watch your shows to escape the empty and vacuous landscape of our crumbling world for a brief time, not to wallow in it.
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