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Comment: Re:*First post.. (Score 3, Interesting) 590

by mark_hill97 (#30114476) Attached to: Public School Teachers Selling Lesson Plans Online
Way to troll, I had several PHDs teaching me through my education. Three in High School and one in middle school. At no point did creationism ever come up, evolution was taught by the biology teacher, and the heath class passed out condoms. Your opinion of our education system is vastly skewed by the media who over reacts (maybe rightly) to each incident.

Comment: Re:And who ... (Score 2, Interesting) 297

by visualight (#29845469) Attached to: FCC Begins Crafting Net Neutrality Regulations

Based on the summary, it's a completely wrong headed approach that leads to endlessly redefining terms. When this debate first started I thought it was a lot more clear: it's okay to prioritize based on protocols but it's not okay to prioritize based on source/destination.

Not sure why they're making it so complex now.

Comment: Re:Well . . . (Score 1) 793

by mark_hill97 (#28383815) Attached to: In Round 2, Jammie Thomas Jury Awards RIAA $1,920,000
He is able to do that because he has an objective stance. He not invested in either side. As far as i can tell, he does not like the outcomes, but he tries to maintain objectivity. I Think if he was emotionally invested, and put on the spot like that there would be plenty of times for him to say, "Damn, I should have done X but I did Y"

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