With neither quill nor qualm, Roy Schestowitz quothed:
> __/ On Saturday 27 August 2005 13:37, [Neredbojias] wrote : \__
> > With neither quill nor qualm, Roy Schestowitz quothed:
> >> School is for suckers, but industry over-evaluates it. Nothing /useful/
> >> that I learned was acquired at school.
> > That's what I told my teacher, but she insisted that fifth grade was
> > essential for natural development. Besides, she was mean.
> You must have been a clever 5th grader in that case.
Yes. People were always saying to me, "So, you think you're smart..."
> They usually take
> advantage of us when we are young and innocent, teaching us history,
> politics and sometimes religion. Then, we grow to become cold and bitter...
Actually, it began before that. Once I found out the truth about Santa
Claus and Superman, my idyllic life was over (-although in later years I
did pay homage to certain pagan icons of stimulative aspect.)
Contrary to popular belief, it is believable.