Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Malificus, Jul 22, 2006.
What are they teaching kids at school these days?
oooooooh my god. SAD. lmao thats SO sad.
How old was he/she?
I have no clue. I would think they were young going by their posts, but you never can tell. I'm thinking early teens based off the movies and stuff they like (http://www.gaiaonline.com/profile/index.php?view=profile.ShowProfile&item=3556830).
EDIT: Lol at the eventual over the top response.
Yeah, definately about 12 years old.
It is sad. It's often been said that when we forget the mistakes of our past they will come back full circle to haunt us again. History has a way of repeating itsef.
For crying out loud.
I would have missed Zedong. But I thought most of them were fairly recognizable. Castro and Stalin the kid probably should have got.
Your aren't exactly right. History can repeat it self but that doesn't mean it has to. It all depends on how things play out in life.
True. My point is that if we fail to educate our youth of today on the mistakes of yesterday, then history has a much better chance of repeating itself.
If you're going to be stuckup and pretend you know what you're talking about, the fact that you're 12 years old is no longer an excuse for the fact that you're INCREDIBLY STUPID
It's not the teachers, it's the students!
Ahhh, yes. The old "Johnny can't read" dillema.
How could it possibly be Johnny's fault.
Indeed... things are pretty bad in American public schools when the only thing objected to is The Pledge of Allegiance! Teachers can have sex with students, kids graduate while being functionally illiterate, Geography is no longer a required school subject, and any type of morality is banned, but don't you dare require John or Jane to say the pledge!!!
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