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Comments on: Great Moments in Hysterical Overreactions (UPDATED) http://www.nicedoggie.net/2007/?p=555 Tue, 16 Jan 2018 07:59:54 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.3.2 By: AyUaxe http://www.nicedoggie.net/2007/?p=555#comment-19754 AyUaxe Mon, 30 Apr 2007 17:30:36 +0000 http://www.nicedoggie.net/2007/?p=555#comment-19754 This is a sad example of how spineless, weak, and two-faced our public institutions and their bureaucrats have become. They say write whatever, without consequences, but when they get something they don't like, it's charges and over-the-top consequences. At the same time, how completely stupid of this guy--he's not a kid, he's a young adult. He has some basic responsibilities to be civil, even toward people he doesn't respect. He also ought, by G12, to have enough sense to know that he's in school to soak in what info he can get and get out with good grades. It's a strategy game, with some slight resemblance to adult life, no matter what anyone tells you. Frankly, I don't know that I would want someone with so little self-control and common sense as this guy in USMC--seems more like the whiny, self-indulgent British Marine in Iran type. To those of you who, like me are parents of kids still in school, I'd strongly recommend (from personal adverse experience--didn't wake up to the grade game, 'til too late--been paying for it ever since) that you make it clear to them that knowledge is good and A grades are better. When a teacher says write anything you want or whatever you're feeling, that means write what you're feeling will get you a good grade in that class. Express yourself honestly, but not stupidly. Don't destroy your message by packaging it in a way that's sure to overwhelm the content. The fact that a guy, seemingly decent and dedicated enough to go USMC, hadn't figured this out by the time he finished his freshman year, if not earlier, is a glaring indictment of several people and institutions, maybe of him, maybe not. Still, he did nothing criminal and should be/probably will be acquitted, if he's got the cajones to stand up against the charges. That will be the next test for a pass/fail grade. Hope he's smarter dealing with the judge than he was with his teacher. Strict Standards: call_user_func_array() expects parameter 1 to be a valid callback, non-static method emotions::filter_text() should not be called statically in /home/misha/public_html/2007/wp-includes/plugin.php on line 59

This is a sad example of how spineless, weak, and two-faced our public institutions and their bureaucrats have become. They say write whatever, without consequences, but when they get something they don’t like, it’s charges and over-the-top consequences. At the same time, how completely stupid of this guy–he’s not a kid, he’s a young adult. He has some basic responsibilities to be civil, even toward people he doesn’t respect. He also ought, by G12, to have enough sense to know that he’s in school to soak in what info he can get and get out with good grades. It’s a strategy game, with some slight resemblance to adult life, no matter what anyone tells you. Frankly, I don’t know that I would want someone with so little self-control and common sense as this guy in USMC–seems more like the whiny, self-indulgent British Marine in Iran type. To those of you who, like me are parents of kids still in school, I’d strongly recommend (from personal adverse experience–didn’t wake up to the grade game, ’til too late–been paying for it ever since) that you make it clear to them that knowledge is good and A grades are better. When a teacher says write anything you want or whatever you’re feeling, that means write what you’re feeling will get you a good grade in that class. Express yourself honestly, but not stupidly. Don’t destroy your message by packaging it in a way that’s sure to overwhelm the content. The fact that a guy, seemingly decent and dedicated enough to go USMC, hadn’t figured this out by the time he finished his freshman year, if not earlier, is a glaring indictment of several people and institutions, maybe of him, maybe not. Still, he did nothing criminal and should be/probably will be acquitted, if he’s got the cajones to stand up against the charges. That will be the next test for a pass/fail grade. Hope he’s smarter dealing with the judge than he was with his teacher.

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