Friday’s Feast – 0708.03

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Appetizer
On a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being highest, how polite are you?
Well, I start at about an eight, but things can digress when I’m confronted with stupidity. Mind you, my version of polite is casual.

Soup
What was the last thing that made you laugh out loud?

A bad pun Shane left on my most recent Thursday 13 entry.

Salad
Who is your favorite cartoon character?
I’m not really a cartoon fan. Actually, I really dislike most animation. Superman from the 1970’s Superfriends, or the sports car Michael Keaton voiced in Cars, I guess. Or Goliath from Gargoyles

Main Course
Tell about the funniest teacher you ever had.
Thomas Edholm, science teacher extraordinaire, and all-around great person. He kept humor and fun part of the normal routine, even in Gifted/Honors/AP classes.

Dessert
Complete this sentence: I strongly believe that ______________________.
You can get a good education from public schools if you have active parents and the will to learn.

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13 thoughts on “Friday’s Feast – 0708.03

  1. I love your perspective on education. So true. The difference lies not in the school, but in the investment a family chooses to make in its children’s education. And that investment has patently little to do with the almighty dollar.

  2. love your dessert…i totally agree that you can achieve a great education in private school too as long as you want to learn

  3. Great Feast. :-) I liked the movie cars as well. Cute characters. I didn’t remember them when I was doing my feast though. LOL :-)

  4. i am dearly hoping that your view on public education is true. it’s what i believe as well – of course, sometimes it’s easier to believe until your child is IN public school :) i am a product of public school and feel i really got a quality education. i’m hoping for the same thing with my children. i’m very involved but still have some concerns here and there.

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