Archive for February, 2012
“The 30s looking back at me/As if he really knew” is a line that blew me away
Along a huge spectrum of concerns, ranging from the plight of people like Christian Gomez’s family to the broad food supply advances advocated by the likes of Willie Nelson & Co, I HAVE A SOLUTION.
Like Rodney Dangerfield might have said if he hadn’t simply been a quietist comedian, “Take my life, please.”
From here on in I rag nobody? [Pause.] I don’t think so.
Once the history and purpose of schooling in the U.S.A. is understood clearly, there is a chance to proceed to a place where those learning/reviewing the facts of educational life here can seriously consider alternatives to the tracks that the powers-that-be are constantly pushing, options over the obsolete career paths which are painted as most desirable.
For a better life.
What would constitute creating a watershed in history?
Reading, what is it good for?
“If you let all the gang members out of prison at once, and they tried their best to do the most possible damage to society for a full year, they couldn’t do a fraction of the damage that is inflicted on society weekly by white collar criminals and weak politicians.” — a home schooled preteen
In one of his letters to the Partisan Review, Orwell gave his office address and home telephone number and issued an open invitation to any readers of the magazine to come and call upon him.