Human at Earth

Torrance, CA

#36 Nov 17, 2013
What are we proving with that Solider Man? That man be talking, screaming, looking, the stalking I like.

The witnesses, the class knows. We can talk like that now.

I like it. I have stuff to say too. That CORPORATION agreement be bad.
Human at Earth

Torrance, CA

#37 Dec 10, 2013
Question for the Bankers? Money good, Greed good? Yes No Maybe Other

Hindu Muslim Christian Taoists Vooudist Humanist say money bad.

Mind War folks. We will know in 1 10 100 years.
MaltaMon

Philadelphia, PA

#39 Dec 12, 2013
PA DAD JAM WAFFLES wrote:
<quoted text>
I think the thread was about our experiences in the 60s/70s of the showers and how it was done rather than if children should shower in general. Many of us, especially females, on here have given counts of what was done to them back then which definitely wouldn't be allowed now and what effects it had.
No, it wasn't the equivalent of starving in Africa, beaten in concentration camps or being sold to the sex slave industry, but a large percentage of us have bad memories of it.
How about a nice quadrant rather than a line. One axis measures the degree of distress, and the other axis measures how vital the action actually is. Then give priority to the things that are really important and not impossibly distressing. So fat-kid-hates-PE: most schools have a choice of PE, but the fat kid really does have to do something. So try and find the least objectionable option, then make the fat kid do it. Secular kid not wanting to do RE: distress caused is tiny, importance is moderate, since allowing someone to miss lessons just because they don't really fancy that subject is damaging: secular kid does RE. Poor kid hates uniform inspections: distress caused moderate, importance zero, since no school needs to do public uniform inspections in a tactless, shame-causing way: prohibit public uniform inspections.
In the case of public showers: importance is zero, since the children who couldn't have them caused no problems; distress caused, considerable: abolish public showers.
Well apparently according to one member it doesn't happen now but there are many examples of it happening way back to the 50's in my case.
"Way back to the 50's.." Now this perverted pedophile posts as a female recalling a past so distant that his mother hadn't yet begun to fathom a middle-aged son never leaving his boyhood bedroom in her home. Get back to the present, old man, before your life ends prematurely.
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Torrance, CA

#42 Jan 9, 2014
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Delhi, India

#43 Jan 10, 2014
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Delhi, India

#45 Jan 17, 2014
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MaltaMon

Dorval, Canada

#46 Jan 18, 2014
School wrote:
Do you think School is worth it? It is if you like it othewise it is a waste of time.
I think school is worth it if you are allowed to swim nude with other boys and take showers after PE class. I did and it never hurt me. The only pain I suffered was when I received a bare bottom spanking from Miss Campbell, the principal, for being bad. But truth be told, I often acted up just to get one of these spankings. Being spanked by her, and knowing the girls in the class could see my white buttocks turning pink made me so excited; I wonder if Miss Campbell ever knew that I had an erection when this happened?
Miss Campbell

Dorval, Canada

#47 Jan 18, 2014
That naughty little MaltaBoy! He never fooled me for a minute! I knew he enjoyed gettting thoses spankings! It was so obvious. I would bend him over my knee in front of the class, pull down his grey pants, and his spiderman underwear, revealing his tight white buttocks. The girls in the class would watch with anticipation, and some of the boys, too. I would then slowly spank, getting faster and faster, building the cadence to a crescendo with one final, vicious spank. MaltaBoy's buttocks would be lobster red. He never cried, though. But I could feel his erection through my pleated plaid skirt. What a rascal!
Phil

Manchester, UK

#49 Jan 19, 2014
Miss Campbell wrote:
That naughty little MaltaBoy! He never fooled me for a minute! I knew he enjoyed gettting thoses spankings! It was so obvious. I would bend him over my knee in front of the class, pull down his grey pants, and his spiderman underwear, revealing his tight white buttocks. The girls in the class would watch with anticipation, and some of the boys, too. I would then slowly spank, getting faster and faster, building the cadence to a crescendo with one final, vicious spank. MaltaBoy's buttocks would be lobster red. He never cried, though. But I could feel his erection through my pleated plaid skirt. What a rascal!
Bob, if as you say intelligent people discuss big ideas where in the scheme of things does a post like this place you?
Bob

Dorval, Canada

#50 Jan 19, 2014
And where do any of your boring, repetitive, hypocritical posts place you, Phil?...you pathetic little low life no life loser.
Phil

Manchester, UK

#51 Jan 19, 2014
Bob wrote:
And where do any of your boring, repetitive, hypocritical posts place you, Phil?...you pathetic little low life no life loser.
If my posts are boring then why read them or respond to them.
Why not get a life?
Could it be you are a pathetic, low life, no life....etc, etc?
Bob

Dorval, Canada

#52 Jan 19, 2014
Why do you keep reading posts you qualify as not worth reading, and responding to people you qualify as not worth responding to?
Phil

Manchester, UK

#53 Jan 19, 2014
Bob wrote:
Why do you keep reading posts you qualify as not worth reading, and responding to people you qualify as not worth responding to?
Try and be original instead of regurgitating the same shit day after day.
Where are the big ideas?
I forgot.
Those are for intelligent people.
Computer people

Torrance, CA

#54 Jan 28, 2014
You are telling me, we can't use Excel? Yes, you can't use excel.

Even though we know how to? Yes, that is correct.

Why is that? I think, we think, the people that don't know how to use it are bothered by it. They want us to stop doing what we are doing and show them how to use that.

Do they want to learn everything? Yes, if possible.

Is that possible, for a human to know all there is in the world? No, it is not possible.

What else? Also, the people that make the software are not making enough money power on the product. They want to make more money power on the product.

Is that possible? Nature can show them the way.

Should you go to school then? Home educated, School educated, College educated is good. Town educated is better. We all go to town. We all learn from each other at the town. The town world at which you live.

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Human at Earth

Torrance, CA

#55 Feb 2, 2014
I think right now the graduation rate for High School is about 85% and for College is about 30% at America.

I think right now the graduation rate for High School is about 65% and for College is about 20% at World.
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Based on the biofeedback from the people of the World..........

In the future, the graduation rate for High School will be about 40% and for College will be about 15% at America.

In the future, the graduation rate for High School will be about 35% and for College will be about 10% at World.
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Why work that hard? Why learn all those things? You can't use most of it.........

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Bob

Dorval, Canada

#56 Feb 2, 2014
Phil wrote:
<quoted text>
Try and be original instead of regurgitating the same shit day after day.
Where are the big ideas?
I forgot.
Those are for intelligent people.
This coming from Limp Philthy Phil, the least original poster on the forum...

Hahahahaha!
Mitchigun

Delhi, India

#59 Feb 17, 2014
In America, higher education should be a formative experience, both intellectually and morally, and should leave students better equipped to tackle a whole range of possible challenges that the future might bring.

Thanks
Vectorindia

Since: Feb 14

Jabalpur, India

#60 Feb 17, 2014
sorry i cant help you. But you can concern your issue with any good specialists.
Human at Earth

Torrance, CA

#61 Feb 28, 2014
A report has raised questions about stock trading by SEC employees. Should regulators, staff and Congress be banned from owning stocks?

I say NON. Buy Sell Hold stocks bonds options currencies swaps deravities.

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Rachael at Heart4Learning

Alexandria, VA

#63 Mar 3, 2014
School wrote:
Do you think School is worth it? It is if you like it othewise it is a waste of time.
I totally believe that it is worth it to pursue higher education. Continuing your education improves your knowledge, skills, writing ability, and project management. Pursuing a degree helps you learn real hard work and struggling to achieve your goals and dreams. Higher education may not be for everyone, but it can be for may people and it can be for you!
Going back to school is never a waste of time. Having that higher degree will improve your credentials and job opportunities. Better potential means you have a brighter future and are better able to provide for your family.
At heart4learning.com , education is my passion and life's goal. Pursuing higher education should be your goal to. So what are you waiting for?

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