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I can't believe that came from your mouth!



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By: jenny

Sun, 06 Apr 2008 00:07:54 +0000

You got called a stalker because you seem to be making several attemps to find out where I live in person, even thopugh you are wrong on all counts! Such a bitter and hostle woman!!! You need to see more sunshine... Have more joy in your life, get out in the fresh air... Get of your silly computer!



By: Pat

Sat, 05 Apr 2008 21:17:32 +0000

Yes, I support homeschooling for the right reasons, and especially want to preserve the right to pull my child out of a failing school. Its not just the sex predators- Its the bullying, the slow pace of lessons, the sheer boredom, and yes, bad teachers. I am under no illusion about the difficulty it takes to do it yourself. I happen to be very fortunate in that there are tons of resources available to us in the region I live in. Right across the street are tutoring stores. Online support is better than ever and improving as the state of the art of homeschooling advances. There is a pool of resources of homeschooler parents to help in subjects at which they excel.



By: melissa

Sat, 05 Apr 2008 14:50:10 +0000

I guess because your hostility unnerves me....Do you support homeschooling? If so is it for the right reason- because you think you can do a better job, or is it because you fear sexual predators? Will you homeschool your son or send him to public schools? I must agree with a lot of what Jenny says. There are indeed a lot of half-wits out there who homeschool. Then get tired of it and send us children who may know how to build a computer, or the right mix of soil/manure/humus to grow the perfect vegetable garden (which are good things to know) but can't read a lick. My teenage daughter's boyfriend has been homeschooled and is now in public HS with her. He simply cannot break the habit of finishing work "when he finishes it". His mom, as nice and as intelligent as she may be, never gave him time limits. Even little things like that are important. I am not anti-homeschooling, I want to make that clear. I am, however, against, idiots homeschooling. Those who think that since they graduated high school, they know what it takes to give thier children the edge needed to be successful in this life. I remind my students that it is a sink or swim world, what are you going to do?



By: Pat

Sat, 05 Apr 2008 12:40:56 +0000

That's what makes you a professional. But its still a job to which I am not suited. I'm not sure why you are arguing this point. I think we can both agree to this.



By: melissa

Sat, 05 Apr 2008 11:13:27 +0000

Pat, I must disagree. You support homeschooling ( I am assuming, but your vehement arguments). You don't have to have a psychology degree to put that together. And heck ya I have said that other people's children can be obnoxious. Generally that goes back to the whole home-training issue. Note that I said generally, not always. Sometimes you have a personality clash. My job, as a professional, is to show that little twit just as much love as I would any other child. Yup, I said twit!



By: Pat

Sat, 05 Apr 2008 03:27:20 +0000

Melissa, I don't have to do a job to know I wouldn't like it. And as a teacher, you know better than I do that kids are obnoxious. You as much as said so yourself. Regardless, it has no bearing on the subject at hand, which is homeschooling. And Jenny, Match.com only has fat women and teachers on it. Lucky guess on my part, which was confirmed by your lame defense at calling me a stalker.



By: jenny

Sat, 05 Apr 2008 00:00:10 +0000

Woudn't want to report youfor internet stalking! You seem to have real problems...



By: jenny

Fri, 04 Apr 2008 23:59:20 +0000

Pat no idea what you are talking about but you are a real idiot! Stay close to your subject and pull your head out of your ass!!!



By: melissa

Fri, 04 Apr 2008 23:07:37 +0000

OK, how can you leave a comment like that, and then criticize us teachers, when you yourself use the term "other people's obnoxious kids"? BTW, the teacher in me wants to point out that people is already plural, therefore the plural possessive is "people's", not "peoples'".



By: Pat

Fri, 04 Apr 2008 21:34:28 +0000

There is a whole category on the right called "babybelch." That should clarify a few things. And I have held lots of jobs, some of which were pretty crummy. I'm definitely not cut out for being a teacher- at least not for other peoples' obnoxious kids.