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February 10, 2005

Leave no highway worker behind.


Posted by Dan at February 10, 2005 01:33 PM

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Given the current state of our shcools, that looks about right.

Posted by: Kimm at February 10, 2005 02:14 PM

But shall we not forget here... ULTIMATELY it is up to each parent/guardian to make sure his/her child is not left behind. If a child makes it out of 12 grades and cannot spell correctly... Who is that truly a reflection of?

Posted by: Cam at February 10, 2005 02:18 PM

Cam, in the immortal words of Hillary Clinton, "It takes a village".

Posted by: Doug at February 10, 2005 02:52 PM

Just trying to put the "cool" back into shcool?

'Creative Spelling' majors unite!

Posted by: Pete at February 10, 2005 04:11 PM

It's hard to type "shcool"... my fingers go naturally to the sch combo.

Posted by: Dan at February 10, 2005 04:20 PM

Doug, I had a notion that if anyone was going to say that it would be you!

Posted by: Cam at February 10, 2005 04:48 PM

Actually, Doug would be the last person to quote Hillary. Unless it was sarcasm. Hmmm . . . But I do agree with that, in this case. It's pretty much a given these days that a lot of parents aren't looking out for their kids so somebody'd better do it.

Posted by: Mrs. Popping Culture at February 10, 2005 09:58 PM

Anyone having flashbacks of an NFL commercial where the field painter spells out "CHEFS" instead of "CHIEFS" yet?

What fun. And they probably cost their employer a few thousand dollars to pave over that and try again, all because two idiots didn't pay attention in junior high.

Then again, I had a good laugh, and that's what counts. :-)

Posted by: Alex D. at February 10, 2005 11:22 PM

I think the one on the right is the Undersecretary of Education.

Posted by: Ara at February 11, 2005 07:36 AM

MPC? I was actually lightly ribbing Doug. I definitely agree with your statement about parents and children in regards to todays society especially. It is for lack of a better phrase, one of my hot buttons! Along with helping the children that need help, I do believe that we are to encourage parents to stand up for their children. Not encourage them to just let others take over and for them to wipe their hands clean so to speak. Please know that what I have just stated was in no way directed at you personally. For in those times when we think there is nothing we can do, may we realize that all it takes is being willing to do whatever we can... Such as volunteering in our public schools or wherever children may be...

Posted by: Cam at February 11, 2005 02:02 PM

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