The Writing Life at Middlemay Farm
What do you think?
Poppycock! Imagine something wholesome and loving being discouraged.
It’s just not fair! LOL.
Perhaps Adam Swift should find a new job – say, as cashier at Mc Donald’s. As for not reading to our kids because it disadvantages some unidentified tot – keep this guy away from all kids and there will be far fewer who are disadvantaged.
This reads as if it’s from The Onion . . . .
I can’t even imagine how this person got interviewed!
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Did you see who wrote it? She’s always going after the laugh, so maybe it’s exaggerated? Or is it exagerrated?
Well, it’s hard to get past the guy’s exact quotes. I want to laugh, but then I don’t. 🙂
What can I say? This is exactly the kind of leftist BS happening in Education in France at the moment. Since a portion of the population is increasingly illiterate, let us all lower the global level to make the poor unfortunate feel better. A short-lived (6 months) Minister of Education wanted to abolish grades as they de-motivate the students… Tut. Tut. Tut…Hello?
(Thank you for sharing, Adrienne. I will start reading to our first grandson – 2 weeks saturday – this very week-end) 😉
Mediocrity must be applauded in all things! Hail to our new god/good-bye Western civilization!
Oh, and congrats on the grandson!!
Merci Adrienne. One forgets how tiny, defenseless and cute, babies are. 🙂
Silly academia claptrap.
I think we should hold a book burning–all children’s books! Especially the classics–in fact, let’s get rid of classics altogether. I’m jealous of people with talent–so burn them all (I mean their books!) LOL
😀 hahahaha– you’re as talented as they, so keep your fire extinguisher handy !!!!
Yeah! Lets all drop down to the lowest level. That should even things out. Not
Wait. You just made a judgment call–you said “lowest level.” Oh no, I think I hear the boots of the thought police just around the bend, Derrick! Hide in your flower garden and I’ll let you know when it’s safe to come out again! 🙂
Academic endeavors do lead to some interesting long and ready-to-break branches.
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