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Marcus Wolf
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I accidentally read a George Will column in the newspaper. Now I'm irrationally angry.
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This was just too funny to not share.
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"Now, I don't know about you, but I don't think the primary purpose of your life, of my life and the entirety of the human race is just to blindly consume to support a failing economy and a faulty system. Forever and ever until we run out of every resource and have to resort to blowing each other up to ensure our own survival. I don't think we're supposed to sit by either while we continue to use a long outdated system that produces war, poverty, collusion, corruption, ruins our environment and threatens every aspect of our health and does nothing but divide and segregate us. I don't think how much military equipment we are selling to other countries, how many hydrocarbons we're burning, how much money is being printed and exchanged, is a good measure of how healthy our society is but I do think I can speak for everyone when I say, we're sick of this shit."
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So I shit you not, some windbag actually got behind a mic at the APS meeting to bloviate something like the following: "If these kids can't handle a little high-stakes testing, then when they go out into the REAL WORLD(TM), students in China and India and Europe are going to eat their lunch! Herr derr derp 'Murica!"

But let's just think about that for a minute; you are assuming, Sir Jabbering Ninny, on no firm evidence whatsoever, that the PARCC test is even slightly relevant to student performance in your nebulously defined 'real world', and that it is even a moderately accurate yardstick for what it does intend to measure. Since that's actually kind of the point under debate, we can conclude that your statements, and threats of dire consequences, are as vacuous as the space between your ears.
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Why is it I start having random computer glitches right after I start pricing out a new system?
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The Jeep Africa is supposed to be "the ultimate Jeep Wrangler for back-country and overland expeditions." It's a sloped-roof station wagon Wrangler with 35" tires and a 2.8 liter diesel engine so yeah, I'd say they pretty much nailed it.
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And while some (but not you, my dear readers?) were distracted by the rumblings of ISIS and the fracas over Iran, guess what? Inequality didn't go away.
http://www.nytimes.com/2015/03/14/upshot/wall-street-bonuses-vs-total-earnings-of-full-time-minimum-wage-workers.html
The Wall Street bonus pool for last year is roughly double the total earnings of all Americans who work full time at the federal minimum wage.
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Not only does this cartoonist have no idea how Net neutrality works, he has no idea how fair use works and apparently no idea how the Internet works either.
Post this everywhere so he can learn.
https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20150308/15581330254/cartoonist-has-no-idea-how-fair-use-works.shtml
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Bought and paid for corporate shill attempts to be relevant for long enough to win next election, heedless of consequences for American people.
http://arstechnica.com/business/2015/03/republicans-internet-freedom-act-would-wipe-out-net-neutrality/
Internet providers need the freedom to block and throttle Internet traffic.
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