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5 Ways Public Schools Prepare Us For Prison Life

 
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...and next time your homeschooled darling feels loney cuz he has no friends, tie a bit of meat to his neck...maybey the dog with play with him.
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You are an IDIOT! I homeschool my 2 daughters and the neighbor boy who is public-schooled is knocking on our door every freaking day after school looking for my daughters because he is so enthralled with them, as are ANY of the neighborhood kids they play with. My oldest can go and make friends with anyone and it has nothing to do with public or homeschooling, moron, and my youngest will not thrive in public school even though she is very bright and deep, and I am prepared to do whatever it takes to offer her the best world I can possibly offer her, and I am sick of people like you turning this beautiful commitment to our children into some form of child abuse, if only your parents had cared this much about you maybe you wouldn't be such a rotten soul!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8806956


you're a selfish tard....and your little darlings more than likely lack social skills.

there is no reason to homeschool unless your kid is disabled. home schooling your brat results in less ciriculum, less interaction with others of the same age and over dependancy of parents...


selfish arsehole.
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Society people like yourself for example make others want to be home schooled, do you get it yet?
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May 21, 2012 - 12:02 pm


It didn’t occur to me that the six-foot fence around the perimeter was meant to keep me in. That is, until the day I decided to leave.

Fed up with being kicked around the schoolyard, I decided to do what any intelligent human being would do: go home. I soon learned this wasn’t a viable option for a sixth grader.

Looking back, it’s not real clear who was surprised the most by the situation — the school authorities at my assumption that I would actually leave, or me, at the revelation I had no choice in the matter. Apparently there were laws. Huh, who knew?

The view of the playground fence from the jungle gym was never quite the same.

****

Parents strive to prepare their children for school. We teach them to recite the alphabet, to count, and learn their colors. Is that preparation really enough to survive the next twelve years of compulsory education?

In spite of its intended purpose, after you boil away the Friday-night lights, dances, and hook-ups, all you have left is a state-run institution, excreting the same social sludge as its cousin the prison system.

When you stop and think about how similar they are, you have to wonder: is the system designed to ready children for society, or to provide the mental skills for prison life?

What did you learn in the locker room shower?

Mandatory gym showers usually begin around 7th grade. The time in human development when boys and girls have no self-awareness or inhibitions — no wait, that’s a toddler.

Can you think of a better way to teach herd behavior than to strip naked an entire class of adolescents and corral them into open shower stalls? Sweat is not the only thing washed down those drains.

However, it is a good way to prepare kids for the other lessons you’ll need for prison life.

Lesson #5. Intimidation and Violence Make You Important.


The school system is a natural breeding ground for a parasitic social order and the playground is the perfect Petri dish to cultivate the dark side of human behavior.

Kids quickly learn to either dominate or stay off the radar. Both are highly useful skills when entering the prison yard.


Refining your social skills...

After mastering the necessary social skills to rise to the top, the leaders hold “the keys to the car.”

Lesson #4 Powerful Cliques Rule.


Schools and prisons alike are artificial environments. Both institutions (however important the reason) hold their inhabitants captive for at least eight hours a day. For children, that’s the majority of their young lives.

It doesn’t take a psychologist, only an observer, to understand that the natural needs of family, along with the companionship and protection it provides, are still a paramount necessity — and nature finds a way. However distorted it becomes.

Keep reading: [link to pjmedia.com]
 Quoting: TXGal4Truth


don't forget the school buses which look like prison buses with their flashes lights on top and the tinted windows
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...and next time your homeschooled darling feels loney cuz he has no friends, tie a bit of meat to his neck...maybey the dog with play with him.
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You are an IDIOT! I homeschool my 2 daughters and the neighbor boy who is public-schooled is knocking on our door every freaking day after school looking for my daughters because he is so enthralled with them, as are ANY of the neighborhood kids they play with. My oldest can go and make friends with anyone and it has nothing to do with public or homeschooling, moron, and my youngest will not thrive in public school even though she is very bright and deep, and I am prepared to do whatever it takes to offer her the best world I can possibly offer her, and I am sick of people like you turning this beautiful commitment to our children into some form of child abuse, if only your parents had cared this much about you maybe you wouldn't be such a rotten soul!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8806956


you're a selfish tard....and your little darlings more than likely lack social skills.

there is no reason to homeschool unless your kid is disabled. home schooling your brat results in less ciriculum, less interaction with others of the same age and over dependancy of parents...


selfish arsehole.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 16652351


Society people like yourself for example make others want to be home schooled, do you get it yet?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12837437


whatever
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don't ask questions.
ask permission to pee.
stand in line.
corporal punishment for infraction.
privilege for compliance.
blind obedience to authority.
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May 21, 2012 - 12:02 pm


It didn’t occur to me that the six-foot fence around the perimeter was meant to keep me in. That is, until the day I decided to leave.

Fed up with being kicked around the schoolyard, I decided to do what any intelligent human being would do: go home. I soon learned this wasn’t a viable option for a sixth grader.

Looking back, it’s not real clear who was surprised the most by the situation — the school authorities at my assumption that I would actually leave, or me, at the revelation I had no choice in the matter. Apparently there were laws. Huh, who knew?

The view of the playground fence from the jungle gym was never quite the same.

****

Parents strive to prepare their children for school. We teach them to recite the alphabet, to count, and learn their colors. Is that preparation really enough to survive the next twelve years of compulsory education?

In spite of its intended purpose, after you boil away the Friday-night lights, dances, and hook-ups, all you have left is a state-run institution, excreting the same social sludge as its cousin the prison system.

When you stop and think about how similar they are, you have to wonder: is the system designed to ready children for society, or to provide the mental skills for prison life?

What did you learn in the locker room shower?

Mandatory gym showers usually begin around 7th grade. The time in human development when boys and girls have no self-awareness or inhibitions — no wait, that’s a toddler.

Can you think of a better way to teach herd behavior than to strip naked an entire class of adolescents and corral them into open shower stalls? Sweat is not the only thing washed down those drains.

However, it is a good way to prepare kids for the other lessons you’ll need for prison life.

Lesson #5. Intimidation and Violence Make You Important.


The school system is a natural breeding ground for a parasitic social order and the playground is the perfect Petri dish to cultivate the dark side of human behavior.

Kids quickly learn to either dominate or stay off the radar. Both are highly useful skills when entering the prison yard.


Refining your social skills...

After mastering the necessary social skills to rise to the top, the leaders hold “the keys to the car.”

Lesson #4 Powerful Cliques Rule.


Schools and prisons alike are artificial environments. Both institutions (however important the reason) hold their inhabitants captive for at least eight hours a day. For children, that’s the majority of their young lives.

It doesn’t take a psychologist, only an observer, to understand that the natural needs of family, along with the companionship and protection it provides, are still a paramount necessity — and nature finds a way. However distorted it becomes.

Keep reading: [link to pjmedia.com]
 Quoting: TXGal4Truth




hehe it didnt occur ?? : D

not FIVE, more like FIFTY : )))))

Good post gal - keep on

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May 21, 2012 - 12:02 pm


It didn’t occur to me that the six-foot fence around the perimeter was meant to keep me in. That is, until the day I decided to leave.

Fed up with being kicked around the schoolyard, I decided to do what any intelligent human being would do: go home. I soon learned this wasn’t a viable option for a sixth grader.

Looking back, it’s not real clear who was surprised the most by the situation — the school authorities at my assumption that I would actually leave, or me, at the revelation I had no choice in the matter. Apparently there were laws. Huh, who knew?

The view of the playground fence from the jungle gym was never quite the same.

****

Parents strive to prepare their children for school. We teach them to recite the alphabet, to count, and learn their colors. Is that preparation really enough to survive the next twelve years of compulsory education?

In spite of its intended purpose, after you boil away the Friday-night lights, dances, and hook-ups, all you have left is a state-run institution, excreting the same social sludge as its cousin the prison system.

When you stop and think about how similar they are, you have to wonder: is the system designed to ready children for society, or to provide the mental skills for prison life?

What did you learn in the locker room shower?

Mandatory gym showers usually begin around 7th grade. The time in human development when boys and girls have no self-awareness or inhibitions — no wait, that’s a toddler.

Can you think of a better way to teach herd behavior than to strip naked an entire class of adolescents and corral them into open shower stalls? Sweat is not the only thing washed down those drains.

However, it is a good way to prepare kids for the other lessons you’ll need for prison life.

Lesson #5. Intimidation and Violence Make You Important.


The school system is a natural breeding ground for a parasitic social order and the playground is the perfect Petri dish to cultivate the dark side of human behavior.

Kids quickly learn to either dominate or stay off the radar. Both are highly useful skills when entering the prison yard.


Refining your social skills...

After mastering the necessary social skills to rise to the top, the leaders hold “the keys to the car.”

Lesson #4 Powerful Cliques Rule.


Schools and prisons alike are artificial environments. Both institutions (however important the reason) hold their inhabitants captive for at least eight hours a day. For children, that’s the majority of their young lives.

It doesn’t take a psychologist, only an observer, to understand that the natural needs of family, along with the companionship and protection it provides, are still a paramount necessity — and nature finds a way. However distorted it becomes.

Keep reading: [link to pjmedia.com]
 Quoting: TXGal4Truth


This is quite right, OP. And that is why the few thinking people are either home schooling or sending their kids to some sort of private school.

If you have an interest in this sort of thing the work of John Taylor Gatto is worth a look.
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I love how this thread has disintegrated. You can really tell who went to public school judging by the insults.
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you would have to be a real selfish arsehole not to send your kids to a school. kids need to be with other kids, how the hell else do you you think they learn about relationships and the real world?
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Ah no. Homeschooled kids do better in every metric of measurement.
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May 21, 2012 - 12:02 pm


It didn’t occur to me that the six-foot fence around the perimeter was meant to keep me in. That is, until the day I decided to leave.

Fed up with being kicked around the schoolyard, I decided to do what any intelligent human being would do: go home. I soon learned this wasn’t a viable option for a sixth grader.

Looking back, it’s not real clear who was surprised the most by the situation — the school authorities at my assumption that I would actually leave, or me, at the revelation I had no choice in the matter. Apparently there were laws. Huh, who knew?

The view of the playground fence from the jungle gym was never quite the same.

****

Parents strive to prepare their children for school. We teach them to recite the alphabet, to count, and learn their colors. Is that preparation really enough to survive the next twelve years of compulsory education?

In spite of its intended purpose, after you boil away the Friday-night lights, dances, and hook-ups, all you have left is a state-run institution, excreting the same social sludge as its cousin the prison system.

When you stop and think about how similar they are, you have to wonder: is the system designed to ready children for society, or to provide the mental skills for prison life?

What did you learn in the locker room shower?

Mandatory gym showers usually begin around 7th grade. The time in human development when boys and girls have no self-awareness or inhibitions — no wait, that’s a toddler.

Can you think of a better way to teach herd behavior than to strip naked an entire class of adolescents and corral them into open shower stalls? Sweat is not the only thing washed down those drains.

However, it is a good way to prepare kids for the other lessons you’ll need for prison life.

Lesson #5. Intimidation and Violence Make You Important.


The school system is a natural breeding ground for a parasitic social order and the playground is the perfect Petri dish to cultivate the dark side of human behavior.

Kids quickly learn to either dominate or stay off the radar. Both are highly useful skills when entering the prison yard.


Refining your social skills...

After mastering the necessary social skills to rise to the top, the leaders hold “the keys to the car.”

Lesson #4 Powerful Cliques Rule.


Schools and prisons alike are artificial environments. Both institutions (however important the reason) hold their inhabitants captive for at least eight hours a day. For children, that’s the majority of their young lives.

It doesn’t take a psychologist, only an observer, to understand that the natural needs of family, along with the companionship and protection it provides, are still a paramount necessity — and nature finds a way. However distorted it becomes.

Keep reading: [link to pjmedia.com]
 Quoting: TXGal4Truth


School prepares you for something much much worse, WORK!

lol but really that's all school is good for, not making little geniuses, but little obedient workers..
Vide Et Fortitudine
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May 21, 2012 - 12:02 pm


It didn’t occur to me that the six-foot fence around the perimeter was meant to keep me in. That is, until the day I decided to leave.

Fed up with being kicked around the schoolyard, I decided to do what any intelligent human being would do: go home. I soon learned this wasn’t a viable option for a sixth grader.

Looking back, it’s not real clear who was surprised the most by the situation — the school authorities at my assumption that I would actually leave, or me, at the revelation I had no choice in the matter. Apparently there were laws. Huh, who knew?

The view of the playground fence from the jungle gym was never quite the same.

****

Parents strive to prepare their children for school. We teach them to recite the alphabet, to count, and learn their colors. Is that preparation really enough to survive the next twelve years of compulsory education?

In spite of its intended purpose, after you boil away the Friday-night lights, dances, and hook-ups, all you have left is a state-run institution, excreting the same social sludge as its cousin the prison system.

When you stop and think about how similar they are, you have to wonder: is the system designed to ready children for society, or to provide the mental skills for prison life?

What did you learn in the locker room shower?

Mandatory gym showers usually begin around 7th grade. The time in human development when boys and girls have no self-awareness or inhibitions — no wait, that’s a toddler.

Can you think of a better way to teach herd behavior than to strip naked an entire class of adolescents and corral them into open shower stalls? Sweat is not the only thing washed down those drains.

However, it is a good way to prepare kids for the other lessons you’ll need for prison life.

Lesson #5. Intimidation and Violence Make You Important.


The school system is a natural breeding ground for a parasitic social order and the playground is the perfect Petri dish to cultivate the dark side of human behavior.

Kids quickly learn to either dominate or stay off the radar. Both are highly useful skills when entering the prison yard.


Refining your social skills...

After mastering the necessary social skills to rise to the top, the leaders hold “the keys to the car.”

Lesson #4 Powerful Cliques Rule.


Schools and prisons alike are artificial environments. Both institutions (however important the reason) hold their inhabitants captive for at least eight hours a day. For children, that’s the majority of their young lives.

It doesn’t take a psychologist, only an observer, to understand that the natural needs of family, along with the companionship and protection it provides, are still a paramount necessity — and nature finds a way. However distorted it becomes.

Keep reading: [link to pjmedia.com]
 Quoting: TXGal4Truth


School prepares you for something much much worse, WORK!

lol but really that's all school is good for, not making little geniuses, but little obedient workers..
 Quoting: High Times


Obedient, unquestioning and dumbed down. If you read about Dewey and the Prussian model of state education you will understand that is the purpose of public education.

It has worked very well, as we can see by the response below.

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you're fucking insane.

please kill yourself cunt.
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Says the one who is telling someone to kill themselves. bushfing
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stfu you cheap slut.

bird
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wow, just got here. Man alive, you need some cock er What?
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you're fucking insane.

please kill yourself cunt.
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Says the one who is telling someone to kill themselves. bushfing
 Quoting: TXGal4Truth


stfu you cheap slut.

bird
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wow, just got here. Man alive, you need some cock er What?
 Quoting: skins


i'm with my fellow Aussie.

This OP disgusts me too. LOL
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I started using Dian Fossey's writings on ape social behavior to deal with my fellow humans when I was in sixth grade. It worked. I ended up accepted by the cool clique while still staying under the radar. It was pretty funny...

What was really funny is when my guidance counselor started suspecting I was either into or distributing drugs based on my sudden rise in the social ladder, and I told him what I was doing.

He was extremely pissed off, telling me that I couldn't treat humans like apes then threatened to tell the cool clique what I was doing. So I used Dian Fossey's writings on how to deal with ape aggression on him and he stopped.
 Quoting: Charlie the Choo-Choo


Well you seem to treat women like sex objects so it seems you were not as enlightened as you thought. I know your type. You tasted "cool" but it didnt last and you can't handle that and live in your pathetic past which is long gone and you know you are nothing now. Boo hoo hoo.
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I'm sorry, but you're completely wrong and a bit off your hinges.
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Schools and prisons alike are artificial environments. Both institutions (however important the reason) hold their inhabitants captive for at least eight hours a day.
 Quoting: TXGal4Truth


Sounds like a typical 9-5 job.
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It's just life in the New Improved Amerika. flag waver

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I love how this thread has disintegrated. You can really tell who went to public school judging by the insults.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13752205


you would have to be a real selfish arsehole not to send your kids to a school. kids need to be with other kids, how the hell else do you you think they learn about relationships and the real world?
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More like child abuse.
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the new schools they are building here even LOOK like prisons.
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the new schools they are building here even LOOK like prisons.
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and the classrooms are like cells. they could EASILY be turned into cells, or partitioned off into smaller cells anyway.

honestly, the first time I had a tour around my daughter's new school i was shocked.

makes you wonder if they have a double purpose.
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the new schools they are building here even LOOK like prisons.
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and the classrooms are like cells. they could EASILY be turned into cells, or partitioned off into smaller cells anyway.

honestly, the first time I had a tour around my daughter's new school i was shocked.

makes you wonder if they have a double purpose.
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Most newer schools have windows that cannot be removed or even opened. So much for escaping a fire on the second floor..
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Don't forget about our work-employment system. Thats about the same type of slavery too. Just becuase you get something in return, it still means its still slavery
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