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The Comfort of Welfare

Tony2164 Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 7:06 PM
Most of the so called professors that teach in these colleges are book smart and have never held a job other than their teaching job. They only teach what they know and have an opinion on. Kids are not taught to think any more. Just look up a quick answer on the smart phone. Use the calculator. The kids may make a good grade in class but the subjects don't prepare them for the real world. Social promotions in grade school have turned out many kids who reach high school with third grade reading and math skills. Talk about equality. Let's not hurt their feelings by holding them back a grade or two. Lets just shine them on and let the next teacher fail them as well. Take a good look at the curriculum. You can get credit for sleeping.
swawrzynek Wrote: Feb 01, 2013 10:49 PM
We need to reestablish the status quo. A teacher, after 30 years, should not be able to retire !We are aging.
This week Japan announced its intention to cut welfare payments by a billion dollars over the next three years because people live too comfortably.

Imagine that, a government would actually tell its citizens you are getting fat and lazy and have no incentive to work because someone else pays your bills. We just found out you can't get government work by telling citizens they're takers. But after its economy derailed, Japan slipped into a two-decade slumber marked by people giving up on old beliefs and traditions like Japan's legendary work ethic. When we thought Japan would conquer the world, including the...
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