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Awww, does wickle assfly not want to talk to mean nasty liberals? All this removing things from pages must be really cutting in to the time you could be spending thinking up newer, stupider rationalisations why Richard Dawkins isn't really a professor, despite Oxford University saying he is... --Jeeves 13:00, 20 November 2007 (EST)


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Welcome to the Dollhouse! I eagerly await your substantive copy and paste work contributions to the site!!! Goatspeed, humanUser talk:Human 13:42, 20 November 2007 (EST)

B-I-L[edit]

Now that you're going to be my brother-in-law, (J said we're going to live in MA), I'll let you buy me that Lexus. TTR 13:49, 20 November 2007 (EST)

Homeschooling[edit]

NYU Law is having a panel on the legal issues surrounding homeschooling today (1-2 PM). Any issues you‘d like me to bring up?`αmεσ (ninja) 10:28, 29 November 2007 (EST)

Yeah, requirements and standards for so-called "homeschool tutors". humanUser talk:Human 15:30, 29 November 2007 (EST)
And - how many pupils are taught together to be a 'school' - if that's a valid point in the US. Susanpurrrrr ... 15:56, 29 November 2007 (EST)

The gist of the talk was just that there are constitutional restraints on states that mandate regulation of homeschooling. Pretty interesting stuff. Forthcoming lrev article by a visiting NYU Law professor.-αmεσ (ninja) 16:43, 29 November 2007 (EST)

When does homeskewlin stop being homeskewlin and become (simply [in more ways than one(!)]) a "private skewl"? CЯacke®
Mm - that's what I was on about above. Susanpurrrrr ... 17:06, 29 November 2007 (EST)
Here in Michigan there are basically no rules about homeskoolz. They even tend to call it "unschooling". Anyone can do anything. Yea.--PalMD-If it looks like a donut, eat it 17:09, 29 November 2007 (EST)
Yeah, I think in general even formal private schools are outside the purview of gov't regs (other than torturing or starving the kids, of course). They are constrained in their quality by post grad expectations - if you want to run an elite prep school, you'd better make sure colleges respect your cred, for example. What sucks a hickey on my soul are assfly lines like "I have taught 83 homskollarz" (sic). The part where you go outside perhaps a small group of families working together (ie, outside tutors) just isn't "HOMEschool" any more. "I have tutored 83 YEC wingnuts homeschooled children for their trusting parents" might be more, um, factual. Maybe one day there will be an organized "homeschool" with buildings and dorms, and assfly as vice master. I guess that would be the prep skool eventually set up by Liberty U.? Or the Eagle Forum, or Bob Jones U.... humanUser talk:Human 18:29, 29 November 2007 (EST)


Vandal[edit]

He's in the vandal bin now. When was the last time he was active? He should be in the vandal bin because of his massive deletions of information. --"ConservapediaUndergroundThermistoris GilliamM (no, I'm not!) 21:02, 12 January 2009 (EST)

Sorry Andy[edit]

Talk pages are communal property. TheoryOfPractice 23:48, 15 February 2009 (EST)

Come on, we know this isn't "Andy", it's just someone's silly sockpuppet. ħumanUser talk:Human 00:19, 16 February 2009 (EST)

In Response to your deleting of my edits on Conservapedia.org[edit]

From Gogogofor:

Actually, if you were to look at any Television demographics, you would soon discover that viewers of The Colbert Report have an incredibly high average IQ, far higher than that of the typically conservative viewers of Sean Hannity or Bill O’Reilly, to name a couple. Moreover, I myself am a Christian, Presbyterian, in fact, and am simply defacing this website as a form of peaceful protest. For in fact, I find this site not only disgusting, but also an utter farce. If you were sincerely interested in the message of Jesus Christ, and education as a whole for that matter, you would consider that the message of Our Lord is in fact an incredibly radical one, far from being in any way conservative. He asks us to change our lives, and spread His message of love to all, not act as bigots. You would see this as the real truth if you would but read the Bible yourself, and not simply interpret it with a conservative spin. Colbert is merely another outraged onlooker, and I’ve used him only as a means to illuminate the grotesque farce that is this website. Good Day, sir. — Unsigned, by: 66.9.60.60 / talk / contribs

Heh, confused much? AceMcWicked 22:08, 14 October 2009 (UTC)