Secondary Education

     I believe I’ve mentioned my old high school political science teacher before. Marion Brady.  He was the best teacher I had. He didn’t last too long there. He did something that some of the parents didn’t like. He taught us kids to think. I believe that it’s still true that many parents want their children to be indoctrinated rather than educated. He’s well into his eighties now, and he’s still stirring the pot. He sent me this link recently, and if you’re and educator or if you have kids who are in school, you might find this interesting.

        Keep it up, Marion.

If you asked for a poster or something else, I will contact you tomorrow, and, hopefully, I will get everything in the mail this week. That includes the people who are expecting strips that I retrieved (I think – My neighbor was supposed to take them off my porch where the UPS guy left them) from the archives.

As for me, I have a miserable cold, first one in about four years. I’ve never sneezed so much in my life!

Oops! Ernie has a bad tooth this week. I remember when I was four years old my mother took me to the dentist. He gave me laughing gas. Far out man! What follows is a real real stupid gag.

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2 Responses to Secondary Education

  1. Andy Wangstad says:

    Good article!

    • budgra5_wp says:

      You got me to thinking. I was going to go out to buy something for dinner tonight, but, heck, I have a half poung of Scrapple in the fridge. I’m salivating. No lie.

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