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I will still make comments, however, I am not the one calling other people names either.
A bit dramatic.
I would imagine you won't see a difference in the amount of time it takes to make a comment. I'm sure the website will allow you to stay logged in to your FB account just like you can stay logged in to your FT username. We will see though.
That's not you? If you say so, hon.
When did I point to, "black abuses of some system?"
You still failed to respond to my post, which is not surprising.
Wouldn't less commenting mean fewer "hits," thus resulting in less ad revenue? Just curious...
I don't care for any hate that is spewed. When someone says something uninformed or racist, I call him or her out on it.
I don't believe you are white anymore than I believe Sister Ruby is female. If I'm not mistaken you have already stated that you are a black female teacher in the DCSS.
Sherwood_Eagle_Alum 2 days, 21 hours ago
I said, "teachers who think like you," which only speaks to your mind frame and not your physical characteristics. As far as your claim of preferential treatment, that is nothing more than your body's coping mechanism to explain why you don't have the same level of success as others. The only answer you have is that people who "don't look like me" must have an advantage to which I am not privy. If this were decades ago, then you may have a point. This is, however, not the case anymore. Universities, colleges, and many employers are desperately looking for a more diverse student body and work force. They give an advantage to any minority when making selection choices.
Talking about something to which you have no knowledge of and no experience dealing with is the definition of ignorance. DWS and SCA are completely different schools with different cultures and different missions. One thing they have in common is that they stress education over athletics. DoCo schools are known statewide for having poor educational performance, hence why many parents choose to send their kids to a private school. I'm sure that a small minority of parents send their kids to private schools to remove their kids from the perceived negative influence of "public school riff raff." There are also as many parents of public school students who wouldn't send their kids to a private school because of the lack of a diversity.
As for your last question. I don't answer someone who isn't sophisticated enough to ask a question without obscene language.
You failed to respond to my post above where I covered all this.
Who am I? Someone who doesn't appreciate the hate you spew, and can see your insecurities.
You wouldn't have this problem if you moderated yourself.
You can do it. I believe you can muster the strength.
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