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Profile of pensivetwirl
exceptions to the rule
The high school I'm currently stumbling through is painfully close-minded, but I know that not all are this way. My best friend through junior high was (and is) the only teacher who saw what I see in the system. He makes a serious effort to cover the assigned curriculum but also throw in some simply interesting information. More often than not, that interesting information is something the student body is NOT supposed to know. He is one step closer to anarchy, which I believe may fix this educational SNAFU.
I am still afraid of the dark, but no longer for the same reasons
This is one of those sad-but-true answers of "not likely." Human nature is discriminatory, and only those who realise their own nature and DON'T LIKE IT could change for the better. I wish the answer were Yes.