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#31 Vana

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Posted December 15 2009 - 12:19 AM

How does lazy equivilate to not realizing it's a joke? That has nothing to do with laziness... It's idiocy.
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Posted December 15 2009 - 04:26 AM

so people don't spell like this, "y do we ned scool?"

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Posted December 15 2009 - 11:19 PM

How does lazy equivilate to not realizing it's a joke? That has nothing to do with laziness... It's idiocy.

Because if they weren't too lazy to read two pages of short responses they would have known.
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Posted December 16 2009 - 02:45 AM

This is a joke, right? I'm not quite sure yet. If anything, you need to school to fix your terrible grammer.


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Posted December 16 2009 - 06:26 AM

Ironic.

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Posted December 16 2009 - 02:18 PM

And no one noticed my retort to it on the second page, or are you all being "lazy"? It was a joke. I guess we're just all real lazy assholes in this thread.
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Posted December 16 2009 - 02:39 PM

I wint to scool to lern speling an arithmitic cuz u niver git nowere if u dont no how.:D

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Posted December 26 2009 - 03:58 PM

School was fun

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Posted December 29 2009 - 06:24 AM

Lawl Trolls xD

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Posted December 29 2009 - 08:05 AM

I wint to scool to lern speling an arithmitic cuz u niver git nowere if u dont no how.:D


that made me rofl:p

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Posted January 04 2010 - 07:30 PM

The three most important laws of the universe is: Imagine, take initiative, just let go, and never give up.

School does a very good job of eliminating the imagination, initiative, enlightenment, and pure nerve that children have naturally. Children have imaginations compared to no adult out there. And, they are EXPERTS at taking initiative, just look how these kids co-operate and play even though there language capacity is NOTHING compared to adults. And why is it that we can not bring ourselves to laugh as deeply and from the heart as children can? We have to learn to let go and just enjoy ourselves. Children will normally never give up, they will throw a fit after fit after fit if what is happening is unfair. But in school, you just can't keep it up, as they aren't stupid, if they see all there little friends just do there work and get treated nicely, they will evaluate it is easier to just do the work. If they where not with 39 other little brainwashed kids, I can promise you they wouldn't take it. If people kept being like children, whilst also getting themselves informed, the world would not be in the state that it is today...

Now, let us all be honest, if the basic knowledge of reading writing and arithmetic was taught between one teacher for every child, as well as changing the system, it would not take 12 years to complete it! Although I might be the exception, it took me 2 years and I was able to read aloud fluently, and do some decent writing, and I understood the basic principles that all mathematics was based on. AND THAT WAS AT A PUBLIC SCHOOL WITH 40 CHILDREN WHO DO NOT WANT TO BE THERE, PER TEACHER!

Instead of forcing a child to sit behind a desk for 6 hours a day filling in paperwork, 2-3 hours a day, spread out through the day in smaller, 20-40 minute sessions, would be more than enough to get the average child to the point of reading fluently, doing basic arithmetic, and some decent writing (you can work on grammar by giving them a few books that they would like.) within 3-4 years. And the less smart individuals might take 7 years.

I can not see why anybody would need more than primary school knowledge in REAL life. (an office is NOT real life. Nature is real life.)

Does it make any sense to spend 9600 hours of your life inside a classroom filling out paperwork so that you can learn to fill out some more paperwork, and maybe if you are lucky you can remember some interesting trivia.

(5 hours of actual school per day, 5 days a week, for 32 weeks of the year, for 12 years. 5 x 5 x 32 x 12 = 9600! That isn't even including homework!)

If you want to teach kids, there is only one way. GET THEM IN THE WOODS, IN THE OCEAN, ON THE MOUNTAINS, IN THE RIVERS! Teach them how to grow plants, and care for animals. How to survive in any conditions, and get them strong and fit! Teach them astronomy whilst lying under the stars, botany whilst in the forest, marine biology whilst in/on the ocean, geography on the top of a mountain, and have a shit ton of fun doing it! Now THAT is how you learn! I can promise you you will learn more from 1 year of doing that than 100 years in school.

Impractical you say? Bullshit. If we spent as much on education as on wars and a ton of trivial bullshit, we will have a HIGHLY PAID teacher for every 10 children, and all the resources to make it happen!

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Posted January 05 2010 - 05:59 AM

The three most important laws of the universe is: Imagine, take initiative, just let go, and never give up.

School does a very good job of eliminating the imagination, initiative, enlightenment, and pure nerve that children have naturally. Children have imaginations compared to no adult out there. And, they are EXPERTS at taking initiative, just look how these kids co-operate and play even though there language capacity is NOTHING compared to adults. And why is it that we can not bring ourselves to laugh as deeply and from the heart as children can? We have to learn to let go and just enjoy ourselves. Children will normally never give up, they will throw a fit after fit after fit if what is happening is unfair. But in school, you just can't keep it up, as they aren't stupid, if they see all there little friends just do there work and get treated nicely, they will evaluate it is easier to just do the work. If they where not with 39 other little brainwashed kids, I can promise you they wouldn't take it. If people kept being like children, whilst also getting themselves informed, the world would not be in the state that it is today...

Now, let us all be honest, if the basic knowledge of reading writing and arithmetic was taught between one teacher for every child, as well as changing the system, it would not take 12 years to complete it! Although I might be the exception, it took me 2 years and I was able to read aloud fluently, and do some decent writing, and I understood the basic principles that all mathematics was based on. AND THAT WAS AT A PUBLIC SCHOOL WITH 40 CHILDREN WHO DO NOT WANT TO BE THERE, PER TEACHER!

Instead of forcing a child to sit behind a desk for 6 hours a day filling in paperwork, 2-3 hours a day, spread out through the day in smaller, 20-40 minute sessions, would be more than enough to get the average child to the point of reading fluently, doing basic arithmetic, and some decent writing (you can work on grammar by giving them a few books that they would like.) within 3-4 years. And the less smart individuals might take 7 years.

I can not see why anybody would need more than primary school knowledge in REAL life. (an office is NOT real life. Nature is real life.)

Does it make any sense to spend 9600 hours of your life inside a classroom filling out paperwork so that you can learn to fill out some more paperwork, and maybe if you are lucky you can remember some interesting trivia.

(5 hours of actual school per day, 5 days a week, for 32 weeks of the year, for 12 years. 5 x 5 x 32 x 12 = 9600! That isn't even including homework!)

If you want to teach kids, there is only one way. GET THEM IN THE WOODS, IN THE OCEAN, ON THE MOUNTAINS, IN THE RIVERS! Teach them how to grow plants, and care for animals. How to survive in any conditions, and get them strong and fit! Teach them astronomy whilst lying under the stars, botany whilst in the forest, marine biology whilst in/on the ocean, geography on the top of a mountain, and have a shit ton of fun doing it! Now THAT is how you learn! I can promise you you will learn more from 1 year of doing that than 100 years in school.

Impractical you say? Bullshit. If we spent as much on education as on wars and a ton of trivial bullshit, we will have a HIGHLY PAID teacher for every 10 children, and all the resources to make it happen!


So what are you really saying? That folks don't know how to weed out the bullshit from the truth? We all have the ability to take advantage of the selective reasoning we were born with. Only a fool would believe every word that comes out of a teacher's mouth. So you learn to pick and choose. To remember what matters -- and forget the rest. I can't believe that you give people so little credit. I wonder if perhaps you have been reading too much Orwell?

I say give G.B. Shaw a long peek. He understood the value of how individuals can overcome the tyranny of collective stupidity. We each have a brain to use to our best advantage, and should not ever let popular opinion force us to do what we know is intrinsically false. Anyway, I left you a comment on my own response to THIS post (which many folks are claiming is a satire/joke). So not so quite sure why anyone would get all bent out of shape over either post. School (like life) is only what you make of it. You really do have a choice. Love it or leave it. Period. Life's way too short for such drama.

Peace,

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#43 paperairplane

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Posted November 08 2010 - 07:03 AM

trust your inner intuition, follow your heart, listen to others, but do you own art.

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Posted November 08 2010 - 08:32 AM

The spelling in just the TITLE of this post answers the question very nicely.
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Posted November 08 2010 - 08:36 AM

y do we ned to go to scool? im 13 but smarter than most edults. wen i ask y i ned to go they say because i lern stuff but i dont ned what they lern me. how dose nowing algebra help me get work? techers just say that because they want to keep us as slaves so they get more money for our work!!!!!!!!! and wen i complein my parents just think im beng spoild. they ar so stupid!!!!!!!!!!!!!! all they care about is money and there job so they sey i hav to go to scool so i can make lots of money to. i wish we didnt hav money so we didnt hav to work so evryone wod be happier!!!! y do peple still fink we ned scool?


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#46 lynzxx

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Posted November 08 2010 - 11:45 AM

funny :D
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Posted November 08 2010 - 12:12 PM

If you're so much smarter than why does your grammar sound like Fez from That 70s Show?

Anyways school is a very important thing. I hate it too but I know I need it. I want to learn programming and study physics one day. If you want to get a job and have a life then go to school..


I'm 15 btw.

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Posted November 08 2010 - 01:17 PM

If you're so much smarter than why does your grammar sound like Fez from That 70s Show?


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Posted November 08 2010 - 01:22 PM

:eek:

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Fez is the best.


My fave is Hyde.


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#50 Piaf

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Posted November 08 2010 - 01:28 PM

Of course

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Posted October 01 2014 - 09:56 AM

"y do we ned scool?"

You just answered your own question, buddy. ;-)
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