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... person lifting a photograph from the developing chemicals too early, then pronouncing the photographer incompetent.
A Massachusetts Senator said awhile ago that his state had a higher literacy rate before it adopted compulsory schooling than after. It’s certainly an idea worth considering: Schools reached their maximum efficiency long ago, and that “more” for schools will make things worse, instead of better.
Whatever an education is, it ...
... not any more "expert" opinions. Experts in education have never been right; their "solutions" are expensive, self-serving, and always involve further centralization. We've seen the results.
It's time for a return to democracy, individuality, and family.
Back in civilization for two days ...
... what intent he spake unto him. For some of them thought, because Judas had the purse, that Jesus had said unto him, Buy those things that we have need of against the feast: or that he should give something to the poor. He then having received the sop went immediately out: and it was night.
None of ...
... Illusions shattered. Actually I should be more reverential since Don Maximo spent the day picking the leaves and making the brew designed to protect us. Now on to breakfast, tip our wonderful hosts and guides, and the boat to Iquitos where we spend the night at hotel Regia, also owned by the man who runs Heliconia Lodge, before a flight to cusco a.m. and our week in the Andes. The jungle has been a magnificent experience. What lies ...
... animals (apparently the local guide was walking too fast but I think Cesar might also have been quite hungover). We crossed several rickety log bridges and saw a caiman, some toads, a stick insect and some more birds.
One of the villages had a tiny pet monkey that was only a few months old and was kept on a lead, apparently unfortunately as the monkeys get older they can become aggressive and often are released back into the wild where they are unable to cope, ...