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When these ill-prepared attorneys lose their cases for their clients, I wonder if we are going to rate the prisons as being only A and B quality? We certainly wouldn't want to have the warden and his prisoners feel even worse if their prison was classified as a C grade institution
Other than also wanting to applaud Lego for doing the right thing, I want to point out the unusual fact that this is a rare occasion where there are only " thumbs up" responses with no "thumbs down" complaints. This is a refreshing change, I might add.
Well, I read that this was actually the result of a school project that involved special effects. The students' grades were based on the number of hits they got. These kids who created the video no doubt earned an A. I'm surprised msnNOW is even asking the question.
Nice and even not-so-nice people can equally enjoy employing the following "nice" strategy. If I get especially good service at a restaurant, I will ask the wait staff to speak to the manager. A look at the expression on the waitstaff's face usually leaves little doubt he or she is concerned about what I am going to sa...more
As a college professor, I may have a different perspective on this subject than some of my fellow educators who have already posted their thoughts. I teach "adults" ranging anywhere from high school students (who are dual-enrolled) to adults in their 50's and 60's. As adults, these students are allotted much more fre...more
I guess the school board just put the nail in the coffin for those school-sponsored Halloween parties. Oops, pardon my expression; is "nail in the coffin" too violent? If schools really want to go this route, they better do a better job monitoring the traditional curriculum that has been used for years. Does anyone r...more
Smitty and eric, I am also a college professor and agree that some people are misguided into believing that instructors get a kickback and reap the benefits of expensive textbooks. But since you two are faculty, you must also appreciate the fact that a fair number of faculty require textbooks--and never use them. It ha...more
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