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We Don't Need No Education

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This kind of reminded me of voting today. We voted on mileage increase for people out in the sticks. And I remember how a parent was whining on the radio about her child's educational future..... blah, blah, blah. Call me cynical, and while I respect Djfourmoney and some other liberals, and while I respect education, I just think people are too into in the box thinking. "If they don't increase this or that sub-account for education, we are foomed", yet we keep increasing budgets. For me, the option was simple. (I put f instead of d by accident, but then it seemed kind of ironic, so I kept it :D )
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I'm enchanted by the double-negatives in the title of this thread. :-P
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E_Irizarry wrote:I'm enchanted by the double-negatives in the title of this thread. :-P

:lol:
I don't guess I need to be sayin' no thanks... but thank you kindly, just the same!
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Jester wrote:
E_Irizarry wrote:I'm enchanted by the double-negatives in the title of this thread. :-P

:lol:
I don't guess I need to be sayin' no thanks... but thank you kindly, just the same!
That sounded "mad ig'nant". LOL
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Well, the Libertarian ethos just seems quaint, but I understand the message. School was a total waste for me. About 10% of my knowledge was acquired in school and 90% through my own studies over the last two years since dropping out. School very near killed me. Literally. I was just bankrupt of meaning. For most of human history kids worked with their parents. Cavemen teaching their sons to hunt all the way to the medieval era with master/apprenticeship. We need to bring the concept of heirs back and stop outsourcing. Its obviously preferential since parents are more likely to share habits, intellectual capacity, moral beliefs with their children than a teacher. Not to mention have a greater vested interest.
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abcdavid01 wrote:Well, the Libertarian ethos just seems quaint, but I understand the message. School was a total waste for me. About 10% of my knowledge was acquired in school and 90% through my own studies over the last two years since dropping out. School very near killed me. Literally. I was just bankrupt of meaning. For most of human history kids worked with their parents. Cavemen teaching their sons to hunt all the way to the medieval era with master/apprenticeship. We need to bring the concept of heirs back and stop outsourcing. Its obviously preferential since parents are more likely to share habits, intellectual capacity, moral beliefs with their children than a teacher. Not to mention have a greater vested interest.
Corporate training has the same general prolem as state education. They hire the least-skilled person who can be manipulated into getting the job done acceptably. Training is given only minimally. No vested interest.
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