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    Filed at 10:20 am under by dcobranchi

    On the other hand, I have absolutely no idea what this g-school teacher is trying to say.

    6 Responses to “ANTI-GATTO”

    Comment by
    September 20th, 2004
    at 11:49 am

    Both of these essays read like Chomsky on acid. Make that BAD acid. Who are these people, and how can we be expected to trust them with our children?

    Comment by
    September 20th, 2004
    at 3:13 pm

    You and me both. But, I’ve got to say, in my one criminal jury experience in Queens, all the people like this dimwit were booted off the jury. I found it interesting that neither prosecutor or defense lawyer wanted a dumb juror (and the judge definitely didn’t), especially as it was obvious that both lawyers were being paid from public funds.

    At least, I hope the defendant wasn’t paying for that lawyer with his own money.

    Comment by
    September 20th, 2004
    at 4:19 pm

    I was going to list the number of abused rhetorical devices in the essay but I’m still laughing to hard about the Chomsky comment.

    Comment by
    September 20th, 2004
    at 7:03 pm

    on my first eligible day for retirement, I will join every other master teacher who can, and repair to the real world.

    His ramblings suggested he lived in a fantasy world and then, he even admitted it. 😉

    Comment by
    September 20th, 2004
    at 9:53 pm

    This beats even the worst of first year education students’ essays!
    And I thought it wasn’t possible…

    Comment by
    September 21st, 2004
    at 12:07 am

    Well, I’m pretty sick and I just took some Nyquil so maybe it’s just me, but that essay made my head spin.