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I HAD A FARM IN AFRICA

Filed at 5:13 pm under by dcobranchi

This model/astrologer/Little League coach doesn’t quite get home education. It’s really fisk-worthy, but I don’t have the heart. Suffice it to say that we’re in violation of the spirit of separation of church and state. And whites don’t need blacks at school just to score touchdowns; it “goes deeper than that.”

One Response to “I HAD A FARM IN AFRICA”


Comment by
Shannon
September 29th, 2005
at 12:23 pm

I think it was very nice of his grandfather to provide those “well-educated” college kids with the home-education experience of where their food comes from. Guess their schools forgot to cover that subject in the confusion of selling those class rings and yearbooks. I wonder if his grandfather would’ve rather had a ring or known how to provide for himself.