Comment: I'm sorry...

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I'm sorry...

to tell you this, but it's been this way since I was in elementary school. I remember in around 93 I was in 2nd grade and we were all given this stupid newspaper thing with Hillary Clinton on the cover and the teacher was talking about education Blah blah, tell your parents to support, blah blah... then somehow the discussion went to global warming and that in 10 years the world would be out of oil because we're greedy.
Even at that young age I was completely turned off and thought it was stupid. I just sat there drawing facial hair on good old Hillary with devil horns and blacking out teeth.

As far as I can tell it's way past 2003 and the world still has not ran out of oil... The amazing facts you learn at public school :/

The funny thing is, I always got terrible grades in public school but somehow once I made it to college and took classes that actually required critical thinking I got straight A's and graduated Cum Laude.

Now how does that work??? How can you be called stupid (which I was by teachers) in public school, then in college get the highest grades in your classes with profs telling you you're an excellent student.

Was I stupid or was it my teachers????? Hummmm....