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John Bonhom
Works at The Madeira School
Attended Michigan State University
Lives in Greenbelt, MD 20770
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I realized I was getting old when I figured out a way to rock my infant son to sleep while planning COD and NBA 2K.
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I don't disagree that +Martin Bashir may have gone too far, but the comparison of things to Slavery in this country has reached almost comical proportions. Acknowledgement that Slavery existed is not synonymous with understanding the atrocities that were committed. The comparisons that are drawn and the things we complain about do not hold a candle to being ripped from your home and stripped of your culture, language and dignity. Owning money or going into debt is not the same as being told you are less than human and being treated and fed worse than animals. +Sarah Palin continues to prove her ignorance and she recognized the comment she was about to make would not be received well.
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So you claim that the vile of Martin Bashir’s unrelated, inflamatory, and perverse descripition of some incidents history of black slavery just went “too far”, but you get totally wound up by the comparitive use of the word “slavery” by Sarah Palin.  The context of Sarah Palin’s use of the word is not incorrect:  the potential of bringing a democratic America to its knees because of its monumental national debt, enslaved by a communist country is not the same as your example, but it’s slavery just the same.  Of course you know that you don’t get to own the use of the word, nor is slavery only a black-white issue:  there have been other slaves in man’s history that were not black, equally horrible, and there are multiple, regularly-used definitions of the term that have nothing to do with black slavery.  If you can so easily dismiss the despicable commentary from Martin Bashir, take a single breath, and then vomit words to demean Sarah Palin for her PROPER use of “slavery” in her context, and then call her ignorant—that says a lot about you—none of it good.
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Found this and I thought I'd share. #mariobros #gif 
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OMG that would be funny as hell!
 
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+Black Nerd Comedy just went mainstream! Love this video. Good job +Andre Meadows and congrats on this interview. 
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This street performer would win every halloween contest ever
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This sucks. Be careful folks with your new PS4. #stilljealous

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Waiting for your next gen console is a test on a man itself...
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I won candy on the #googlebirthday doodle! Score: 78
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What the what?  This is awesome!
 
A free online course from UC Irvine uses The Walking Dead to teach science, physics, math, and health: http://bit.ly/1asVQbZ
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  • Michigan State University
    Education, 2009 - 2011
  • Trinity College
    Education, 1999 - 2003
  • Woodberry Forest School
    High School, 1995 - 1999
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  • The Madeira School
    Director of Financial Aid, present
  • Grace Episcopal Day School
    Director of Admission and Financial Aid, 2011 - 2012
  • St. Paul's School
    Assistant Director of Admission, 2006 - 2011
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Greenbelt, MD 20770
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Concord, NH 03301 - Hartford, CT 06106
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