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"we don't want to feed trolls here"
SlashDot is Trolls. Don't you ever bother to read this mush?
AC, yeah, I still ritually stop by and scan slashdot
I was wondering if anybody else would mention attempting the rescue of the Library at Alexandria. Such a shame it was lost.
Also, preventing much of the CAUSE of the rise of Hitler in the first place instead of outright assassination was also on my To Do list for time travel.
Declaring martial law has never happened in the US. Doing so would have huge negative political ramifications, as it should.
As long as $PRESIDENT can immediately point at $FRINGEGROUP as a scapegoat, there will be few public or political consequences.
Yes, this is sad.
My experience in a couple of American public school systems during the sixties and early seventies was terrific, largely because of wonderful teachers and the substantial curriculum they taught.
As a parent who participates across a broad spectrum of my children's educational milieu (parent-teacher conferences, School Board, and especially budget-related meetings) I know all too well about the government funding associated with these tests.