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indifferant

Cookeville, TN

#1 Jun 20, 2012
Considering the fact that a percentage of drop outs quit high school because of the anti war establishment movement of the 70s. It would behoove congress to consider its effect on ther lives in respect to having crippled there equality to onbtain work int the free marketplace . I can affirm this to the merrit of its intent . Having worked through the 70s and finding the 80s to be a total loss of employment dew to so called economic factors . Our
society found a new means of consticting oportunitie for a certain group namely the ones who had been the work forrce through the 70s and who should now return to school just to please some new ideologuy aimed at crippleing those individuals who for varoios and sensible reasons found work to be preferable to extended schooling
Shure ther were some people who were not to handy with spelling or reading who quit school
but honestly jobs were menial labor were fine and with supervisors to instruct workers the ways and means of any given requirment's i find ged A TOTAL DISCRIMINATING MENACE .
where it went wrong was requiring skilled students to be confined to study general menial
lessons aimed at producing obediant students who
would work in factories or common labor positions and supposedly colleged capible in order to learn higher skills like science or its related
cousins ( engineering ", or psychiatry ect ect)
Why for what reason should and law requiring normally capible people from working at a factory where most jobs that open are bottom jobs and simply do not requir a high scool education
Unless your simply thinking socialy in that the high school student need are greator then the ready made 9th or tenth grade dropouts
I can say that i was colledge level by the time i got to 10 th grade and had an iq of 150 at the age of 15 well after 35 years of discrimin ation dew to the GED requirmnt ive finally got one it took me 2 days to obtain i didnt study or go to class
Taking land from the indians was another incentive of civilizations and since congress has decided to pay reminitions to indians its time they acknowledged the drop outs crowded out of work for 30 years . Nevermind the vets never mind the racially suppressed Plain and simple people were hurt by GED's bullshit
JustAGuy

Crossville, TN

#2 Jun 20, 2012
But Ged was just shootin' at some food.
JustAGuy

Crossville, TN

#3 Jun 20, 2012
indifferant wrote:
I can say that i was colledge level by the time i got to 10 th grade and had an iq of 150 at the age of 15 well after 35 years of discrimin ation dew to the GED requirmnt ive finally got one it took me 2 days to obtain i didnt study or go to class
Colledge level? You are ridiculous.
lmao

Crossville, TN

#4 Jun 20, 2012
College level by the 10th grade? You can not even spell correctly. I'm shocked you made it to the 10th grade.

Since: Jun 12

Crossville, TN

#5 Jun 20, 2012
Yeah, right.... I call bullshit on your entire post, indifferent.

“Law Doggy”

Since: Sep 11

New York, NY

#6 Jun 20, 2012
just another user wrote:
Yeah, right.... I call bullshit on your entire post, indifferent.
*indifferant
Anon

United States

#7 Jun 20, 2012
Let me see if I understand. You were "college level" in the 10th grade and had a 150 IQ. First, in what subjects were you "college level"? Clearly, English was not one of those subjects. Second, if you were so far ahead, why did you not simply finish in the 70s? Third, am I to understand correctly that you have not had a job since the 80s? Fourth, why did you take so long to get your GED? You said you did the whole thing in two days. Surely, someone with your intellect could have done this decades ago. Finally, society, as a whole, has decided that it is benefited when its members are educated to a minimum standard. Today, the minimum standard is a high school equivalency. In the future, at least some postsecondary education will be required. I do not make the rules, but I can say that I have greatly benefited from all of the education I have received.
wow

Crossville, TN

#8 Jun 20, 2012
Skipster wrote:
<quoted text>
*indifferant
Medication is available to help you with that OCD you suffer from.

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#9 Jun 20, 2012
i love the look of do on the grass in the early morning sun, dew you?

“Law Doggy”

Since: Sep 11

New York, NY

#10 Jun 21, 2012
wow wrote:
<quoted text> Medication is available to help you with that OCD you suffer from.
I forgot to take it.
WhineNoMore

Crossville, TN

#11 Jun 21, 2012
indifferant wrote:
Considering the fact that a percentage of drop outs quit high school because of the anti war establishment movement of the 70s. It would behoove congress to consider its effect on ther lives in respect to having crippled there equality to onbtain work int the free marketplace . I can affirm this to the merrit of its intent . Having worked through the 70s and finding the 80s to be a total loss of employment dew to so called economic factors . Our
society found a new means of consticting oportunitie for a certain group namely the ones who had been the work forrce through the 70s and who should now return to school just to please some new ideologuy aimed at crippleing those individuals who for varoios and sensible reasons found work to be preferable to extended schooling
Shure ther were some people who were not to handy with spelling or reading who quit school
but honestly jobs were menial labor were fine and with supervisors to instruct workers the ways and means of any given requirment's i find ged A TOTAL DISCRIMINATING MENACE .
where it went wrong was requiring skilled students to be confined to study general menial
lessons aimed at producing obediant students who
would work in factories or common labor positions and supposedly colleged capible in order to learn higher skills like science or its related
cousins ( engineering ", or psychiatry ect ect)
Why for what reason should and law requiring normally capible people from working at a factory where most jobs that open are bottom jobs and simply do not requir a high scool education
Unless your simply thinking socialy in that the high school student need are greator then the ready made 9th or tenth grade dropouts
I can say that i was colledge level by the time i got to 10 th grade and had an iq of 150 at the age of 15 well after 35 years of discrimin ation dew to the GED requirmnt ive finally got one it took me 2 days to obtain i didnt study or go to class
Taking land from the indians was another incentive of civilizations and since congress has decided to pay reminitions to indians its time they acknowledged the drop outs crowded out of work for 30 years . Nevermind the vets never mind the racially suppressed Plain and simple people were hurt by GED's bullshit
If you have a 150 IQ, than I am president of the USA!

One of the dumbest posts I have seen in a while.
Burp

Crossville, TN

#12 Jun 21, 2012
It's a bad cut and paste job from another web site.
WhineNoMore

Crossville, TN

#13 Jun 22, 2012
The GED is a test. YOU are wrong, indifferant!

Since: Jun 12

Crossville, TN

#14 Jun 22, 2012
Skipster wrote:
<quoted text>
I forgot to take it.
Clearly you have more going on than OCD... but who am I to judge. XD

“Law Doggy”

Since: Sep 11

New York, NY

#15 Jun 22, 2012
just another user wrote:
<quoted text>
Clearly you have more going on than OCD... but who am I to judge. XD
An obsession from my lovely e-stalkers.
indifferant question

Cookeville, TN

#16 Jun 23, 2012
Let me see if I understand.(sob) You were "college level" in the 10th grade(1975) and had a 150 IQ(dont mean sht). First, in what subjects were you "college level"?(not philosophy thats lost cause for america since 1979) Clearly, English was not one of those subjects.(Pretty shur bout that?) Second, if you were so far ahead, why did you not simply finish in the 70s?( read the post hippie") Third, am I to understand correctly that you have not had a job since the 80s?( make of it what u will ) Fourth, why did you take so long to get your GED?( Duh"Not worth the paper there wrote on) You said you did the whole thing in two days. Surely, someone with your intellect could have done this decades ago.(Decade ago my post thinks it wasnt nessesary wise guy) Finally, society, as a whole, has decided that it is benefited when its members are educated to a minimum standard.(What society russian nazi comunist china?) Today, the minimum standard is a high school equivalency. In the future, at least some post secondary education will be required. I do not make the rules, but I can say that I have greatly benefited from all of the education I have received.(4 how long)
Im supposed to be concerned 4 the next 40 years with spelling like you adding like her looking lime slim on tv i dont think so) right now the sosialist woulnt have to do any thing to buy this country lock stock and barrol fool wake up!)
copy paist

Cookeville, TN

#17 Jun 23, 2012
I have been discriminated against for possessing a General Equivalency Diploma versus having a High School Diploma.Though the Government deems it to be equivalent other do not treat it as a sufficient diploma. It is extremely discouraging. Why offer the GED program when upon successful completion Employers a well as Universities are able to discriminate because of it? Both of my parents were killed right before I graduated, and due to circumstances beyond my control I was not afforded the opportunity to continue my education at that time. If that wasn’t painful enough I am now being told my GED is not good enough, that people can’t take me seriously, that I’m considered a quitter because I didn’t graduate on time, that chances can’t be taken on me, because a GED says to them that I quit school which labels me as a quitter. This is exactly what I was told by Employers & Colleges.With that being said I feel very limited when it comes to reaching my full potential and fulfilling my goals in life because of my GED. Having a General Equivalency Diploma makes me feel like a failure. I’m very embarrassed to have a GED. I know that am not a quitter. I complete everything I start, and by obtaining my GED should stand for something.

Please Stop The Discrimination.
copy paist

Cookeville, TN

#18 Jun 23, 2012
i’m 50 years old have not been in school for years however i never stop learning because its a way of life for me , i been doing the same job for 20 years and no i don’t have a ged and im not ashame of that . i went to take the test however i didnt pass the math part of it , again i’m not ashame, the job i was doing was done better by myself than the one who had the degree, i will take that math test again only because this is what they want it will not help in doing the job i’ve been doing for years and i do believe that this ged thing is a way to leave some people hunger and without , and it a shame that human are deny their God giving right to care for their family’s there is plenty to do without having all what they say you need, for some its to claim the latter but for many it simply to to eat and have place to lay their head. this country need some divine education thats whats missing, i’ve been working in the field of helping people with disabilty for many years and no secular education can show me how to have empathtic toward those in need im out of work right now until i do that test which i have no money to pay for it , talk about the middle east i see oppression right here in the states . i dont want to cliam the latter all i want to do is what i’ve been donig all along
GET THE IDEA?OH WELL"
indifferant

Cookeville, TN

#19 Jun 23, 2012
just another user wrote:
<quoted text>
Clearly you have more going on than OCD... but who am I to judge. XD
You seem pretty smart to me. Your writing shows that you are not stupid. I don't think you are bipolar or OCD. You seem to be suffering from more of a Social phobia or disorder then anything. You know, sometimes reading, homework, etcs. means nothing as far as intellegence. Sometimes people are so far beyond or ahead of the thinking process that they are considered to have a learning problem. Albert E. could not do basic math. It was to easy. I think your diagnosis is going to fast and you need a Therapist to work with you to gather the right information for the Psycs to diagnosis you. You need to talk with them alone and build a concrete foundation for creating the proper diagnosis. Good luck.
whats this

Cookeville, TN

#20 Jun 23, 2012
Employment Discrimination laws seek to prevent discrimination based on race, sex, religion, national origin, physical disability, and age by employers. A growing body of law also seeks to prevent employment discrimination based on sexual orientation. Discriminatory practices include bias in hiring, promotion, job assignment, termination, compensation, retaliation, and various types of harassment. The main body of employment discrimination laws consists of federal and state statutes. The United States Constitution and some state constitutions provide additional protection when the employer is a governmental body or the government has taken significant steps to foster the discriminatory practice of the employer.

The Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments of the United States Constitution limit the power of the federal and state governments to discriminate. The Fifth amendment has an explicit requirement that the federal government not deprive individuals of "life, liberty, or property," without due process of the law. See U.S. Const. amend. V. It also contains an implicit guarantee that each person receive equal protection of the laws. The Fourteenth Amendment explicitly prohibits states from violating an individual's rights to due process and equal protection. See U.S. Const. amend. XIV. In the employment context, the right of equal protection limits the power of the state and federal governments to discriminate in their employment practices by treating employees, former employees, or job applicants unequally because of membership in a group (such as a race or sex). Due process protection requires that employees receive a fair process before the termination if the termination relates to a "liberty" (such as the right to free speech) or property interest. State constitutions may also afford protection from employment discrimination.

The Constitution does not directly constrain discrimination in the private sector, but the private sector has become subject to a growing body of federal and state statutes

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