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  • gringopobre@ymail.com gringopobre Mar 28, 2009 7:29 PM Flag

    Well_ Armed - with Due respect IMO Teachers

    Teachers work hard. It is grueling rewarding work. Dont slam teachers dude. Yeah there are good ones and better ones like their are good and bad mechanics. But the truth is... well- armed there was a teacher who helped you to get so damn smart that you could run your percentages, charted, math and to write your influential message board prose to convince another dumbass like me to buy or sell or to even go and fuch off. Teachers, who usually don´t have expendable cash in their mediocre incomes to blow on calculated and risky stock market gambles because they were busy whiping the snot off your nose lending you a pencil so you could finish your bar chart

    BLAME PARENTS who if they were lucky were on their computer investing instead of reading to their kids... or were hammered or on the friggin crack pipe

    BLAME pop culture egocentric societal attitude and the decay of North American cultural values (if there were any healthy ones to start with)

    BLAME Video games and the incessant bombardment of immediate gratification of desire and entertainment

    BLAME POLICY MAKERS who would rather keep the populus dumb anyhow

    But dude, don´t BLAME TEACHERS

    DISCLOSURE FAZ AND SKF BAG HOLDING TEACHER. SPRING BREAK IS MY DAY TRADING TIME AND I AM GONNA RIP THIS MARKET TO SHREADS .. GOOD LUCK

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    • You sure as hell were not the teacher that made him smart, with your myriad of spelling and grammar errors. It makes me wonder about the phrase "Those who can't do, teach." How do you apply that to english?

      Blame video games? It's that sort of stupid opinion that makes me want to pull somewhere out of their (remember their, there, they're?) car and kick them to death.

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      • gringopobre@ymail.com gringopobre Mar 28, 2009 10:15 PM Flag

        Boy with a beard,

        Also, capitalize English, dumazz. Although I am impressed you didn´t call your native Language "American", B+. You are the results, the violent little video gamin road rager... Temper temper, do you need a time out? Past your bedtime? I just put all my children to bed to...

        DISCLOSURE : I always read Well Armed´s posts. He saved me some money once. I just dont like him rattling the school doors cause most people inside are doing their best with whats been given to them. Even you chrissy, I´m sure your doing what you can with what you got

      • gringopobre@ymail.com gringopobre Mar 28, 2009 9:43 PM Flag

        DUDE YOU GOT THIS PART WRONG BUT C+ FOR EFFORT :) It makes me wonder about the phrase "Those who can't do, teach." How do you apply that to english?

        NEXT... BELOW SOMEONE OR SOMEWHERE

        Blame video games? It's that sort of stupid opinion that makes me want to pull somewhere out of their (remember their, there, they're?) car and kick them to death.

        REGARDLESS, WE ALL TYPE WITH SOME ERROR AND I REALLY DONT POLISH MY PROSE FOR THIS AUDIENCE... i´ll go mano a mano with you on grammar in many languages... assuming you know more than one?

        P.S. you sound a lot like a little boy with a beard... relax, hurting people hurt people.

    • Teachers are not at fault and I agree with all your points. Education starts at home and ends at home.

    • gringopobre@ymail.com gringopobre Mar 28, 2009 7:55 PM Flag

      WELL ARMED? CMON DUDE, tell me about that fav. teacher. Its therapeutic :) ?

 
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