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Reader comment on item: Speaker Shouted Down at U.C.-Irvine
in response to reader comment: Pipes at Irvine

Submitted by Harrak (Canada), Feb 10, 2007 at 20:58

(who recently immigrated)

No. those recently immigrate are 100 times better grown than those home-grown that dance like 50 cents. There is something wrong with:

1- you educational system

2- too much freedom for kids

..when your civilized plannet learns that taking a father to court for spanking his kid is wrong, you will then have kids that do not dance like monkeys and start rapping when some one is speaking. In some countries, the teacher is more important than the father. It seems in your civil society planet of depression that the teacher is seen like an internet page that you can close whenever you want. A Realplayer clip that you mute if you want. There is a Muslim saying rooted in Judaism that says:

" The teacher is second only to the prophet "

That means, he is second only to God.

Lastly, those who put a small dog in the oven and cooked him alive that were sentenced 10 yrs jail in the USA yesterday, did they come lately to your civilized deppresion society! I think not..


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