Sunday, October 16, 2005


Everything I have learned about life was from a CRT and strangers.

Typing, and Driving were the two most valuable courses I have taken in High School. They were electives, but contributed most to the practical skills needed most in the real world today.

Parents are the best candidates for honest individual instruction for children to develop emotionally, and acquire important social skills. These subjects are not taught in the public schools.
However, parents need to develop a rapport with their children, by being both open and honest. Then the child can trust and learn from them.

At work, school, and in public, women in society often are barefoot, or wear Spartan footwear. Growing up, I learned that it is a crime for a man to do this, subject to severe ridicule and humiliation.

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