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    Filed at 11:57 am under by dcobranchi

    Darby found a discussion of homeschooling in which nearly all of the posters are completely ignorant. I mean, they know absolutely nothing about homeschooling. Unbelievable.

    6 Responses to “READ IT AND WEEP”


    Comment by
    Chris O'Donnell
    April 29th, 2004
    at 1:50 pm

    I read thru it – scary. The barrier to posting a reply is pretty high too. Seems to be set up to make sure only those that agree with them ever get to say anything.

    Personally, I think we are better off with them ignorant. If they knew better, they want to try it 😉


    Comment by
    Andrea
    April 29th, 2004
    at 4:28 pm

    Gosh. I’ve only read three posts so far and can’t believe my eyes. It’s news to me that we don’t have a computer. I guess I better run enroll her today so she’ll have access to a computer.


    Comment by
    traci
    April 29th, 2004
    at 6:01 pm

    Thank Goodness for the post from Bumble Bee Tuna…A homeschooler (his/herself?) Compare his/her posts on real homeschooling to the No-nothings & admitted G-school advocates. Notice that none of the Ney sayers & fundy fearers can even begin to address the well thought out comments of Bumble Bee.


    Comment by
    Tim Haas
    April 29th, 2004
    at 8:32 pm

    Collectivist atheists. Jeez, how sad. You’d think if anybody could think outside a prevailing paradigm, it would be them.


    Comment by
    Eric Holcombe
    April 30th, 2004
    at 12:08 pm

    Man, that is just painful to read. I guess I’d be labeled a religious “fundy” immediately.

    Is it just me or do a lot of folks like this want to use their disbelief in God or “fundy” morals (whatever that means) as an excuse to ignore homeschoolers and feel better about leaving kids in public schools? I ask because I know there is a wide variety of beliefs here :o).


    Comment by
    speedwell
    April 30th, 2004
    at 3:03 pm

    I’m an atheist who advocates homeschooling, as well as many other sensible libertarian ideas. I can’t stand the local atheist organizations here in Houston. I tried to join a couple but their communist rhetoric made me sick. One evil witch of a woman actually came right out and said that the Republican President needed to be killed so that a Democrat President could come to power. (Wants to spit…)