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Chicago teachers’ pamphlet riddled with spelling and punctuation errors. The pamphlet was produced by Teachers for Social Justice, an organization comprising radical educators and union apologists. Which pretty much explains why they sound ignorant and uneducated.

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6 November 2012
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sa_rose
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Returning to this thread was deja vu all over again. My crowley antibodies are all up in arms again. As for this post, I apreciate the situation, but really? I have a degree and years of experience and I was on food stamps and CHIP for my kids. Are you really surprised you can’t find a job with a degree in women’s studies (i.e. nothing?)

Not so silent
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CrOwleY is an Pubric SkrEwl GrAduate…Suma Cum Stupid…

sa_rose
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WIN!

jcrowley1985
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Corporate Greed is making us dumb.

poppajoe49
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Even if that were true, you never needed help, you’re naturally dumb.

jcrowley1985
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It’s a gift.

Not so silent
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Yea your the gift like herpes, the gift that keeps on giving no matter the fact that no one here wants your Ron Paul itis and degenerative spine syndrome.

CO2Insanity
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Speak for yourself.

jcrowley1985
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Proof I’m right…

sa_rose
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No proof provided. Not even some vagueconnection that would cause one to evaluate if there was a relationship. Nope. Just your idiotic spew.

deepthinker
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Tenure on full display.

poppajoe49
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SPELLING:
Those who can, do. Those who can’t, teach.

flashingscotsman
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And those that can’t teach, administrate.

poppajoe49
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Administrate or menstruate?

sa_rose
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Hey hey hey. Getting on that thn ice again!

poppajoe49
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Just commenting on the bitchy factor of administrators.

JPTravis
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Oh yeah, that gets you off the thin ice.

sa_rose
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No it doesn’. Bitchy administrators are bitches. Period. Their menstrual cycle or lack thereof makes No difference

danybhoy
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poppa, I avoid politics altogether on FB. Not worth the trouble. I also know it is a turnoff to many, so I avoid it.

sa_rose
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I occasionally say something political. But I am well aware of the “itsout there for ever for everyone.” I rarely even make a personal comment. I repost things that get sent to me that I like, or that I figure my friends will like.

poppajoe49
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That’s basically the extent of my political commentary on FB. I just sometimes get a smartass comment from a libtard, and I quickly delete them.
I have a lot of “friends” from playing Mafia Wars, which I have abandoned, but haven’t weeded out all the players yet.

flashingscotsman
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I once uttered that line during a staff meeting at a heavy equipment school I taught at. The administrator, who had never in his life operated a piece of equipment, was telling me that I had to teach by the book, rather than by what I had learned in the field.

He used the line about those that can, do. I countered with those that can’t teach, administrate. My job was soon eliminated, and I went back to doing.

poppajoe49
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You were better off, but the students weren’t.

flashingscotsman
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I dearly loved the teaching aspect of it, but I had to be able to teach the right way to do thing. There ARE no high quality private heavy equipment schools in this country. All the quality teaching is done at union apprentice programs, all by experienced operators. But I might have been a bit too outspoken against liberalism to ever get that job.

poppajoe49
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Yes, like on my FB page, I had to put a note telling people that if they don’t like my politics, don’t comment or unfriend me, nasty comments will be deleted and the poster will be unfriended.
I had one woman that was just impossible to talk to, so I dumped her.

flashingscotsman
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From the comments,….

Steve Barker · Top Commenter
When all you can do is criticize spelling and grammar, it means you have nothing. Losers…

Really? I ignore LOTS of grammatical errors. Hell, I MAKE lots of gramatical errors. This was written BY teachers, FOR teachers. It makes a difference.

flashingscotsman
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Thumbed down by someone who is proud of his illiteracy?

ooddballz
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Thumbed down by someone who is proud of his illiteracy?

Or maybe they couldn’t read it.

jcrowley1985
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It wasn’t me if that’s who you are talking about.

poppajoe49
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TURDS!!

I’ve been getting lots of them lately.

Trickie
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Some teachers have no class

JPTravis
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Chalk up one for you.

Neo-7
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When you’re too stupid to learn , When you’re too stupid to even want to learn , this just makes plain simple sense .

At some point one must come to the conclusion that holding a meaningful good paying job is slightly and forever out of their league . When you want to make a lot of money , but you lack what it takes to make it happen , you have a group pity party and then have a temper tantrum .

In the mean time , you hope others are more stupid or as stupid to notice your lack of , or grasp of reality and its rules for sound living . Oh life must be a terrible thing in the world of pretend .

Progressive Hemrrhoid
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Progressive Hemrrhoid

Must be part of Quagmire’s new “Common Core” education requirements.

PsychoDad
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Oh, but they tried their very hardest, and that’s what counts!

jukin
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That looks awful close to cursive, how did the teechers reed that?

6 November 2012
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They don´t read, they feeeeeel.

MGAP
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They all been to collage.

Joe Redfield
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‘Spelling’ is another one of those secret, right wing, racist code words(like ‘Chicago’ and ‘golf’).

Joe Redfield
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Also, punctuation is a hate crime, in and of itself.

Not so silent
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You can get arrested for showing a dangling participle… and who the hell wants to see a semi-colon…….

Muhammad el Bacon
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Dangle my wat? Wat you say?

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