I had something really interesting to say in this spot, but I can’t read my notes.
Photo: The 16th President with his youngest son, Tad (1864), educating him with the laptop of his time. (I could have sworn this one was already on this site, and was surprised when I didn’t find it. Well, it’s certainly a classic, and it’s here now! Have never seen it with this photo, always with just … See the Meme
In honor of one of my old memes going viral on Facebook — again. Posted in 2015, it has been shared more than 675,000 times, and last week had more than 3 million views. It’s here: You Are Judged By Your Grammar. Hat tip to Laura for reminding me of this irritation in reply!
Or, as I usually put it, we need to teach people how to think, not what to think. Bertrand Arthur William Russell was a British philosopher, logician, mathematician, historian, writer, social critic, political activist, and Nobel laureate (Literature, 1950).
Don’t get me wrong: university educations can be terrific — I have one. And indeed it’s smart to get one when your chosen profession demands it. But not everyone should go to a university, and we need skilled workers too: electricians, plumbers, mechanics, carpenters, welders, legal assistants, medics, bookkeepers, and many more. This is a drum Mike Rowe … See the Meme
If we want our youth to learn to think for themselves, we’re going to have to stand by while they make their own mistakes — just like you did.
Ah, debt… The sign you are now a full-fledged resident of society. Welcome graduates!
Well sure it’s staged, but it’s still cute (if a little bit disturbing). That’s his little girl! Just remember: no drinking and driving, and when she says no, that means no.
More an illustrated joke than a meme, really, but when one of my most liberal friends posted it, and even “Liked” my comment (“And here I thought the lesson would be, ‘When you grab your pistol, be sure to grab a second magazine, too!’” 🙂 ), I decided to give it a home. Wish I … See the Meme
And stop killing puppie’s.