July 30, 2012


"There are no easy answers' but there are simple answers. We must have the courage to do what we know is morally right."~~~ Ronald Reagan

Everyone knows that Chick-Fil-A has always been closed on Sunday. One of the few places that I know of. Hobby Lobby is also closed on Sunday, so I am assuming that religion has something to do with their closing, also.  Dah, that means that the businesses that keep the Sabbath Day are without saying going to not support sin as described in the Bible. So, why should they be in favor of gay marriage. That just goes without saying; they could have just not said it. It is the right of that company to close on Sunday and be in favor of what is considered sin, in Christian beliefs. So really just get over it. To the company, why even say anything one way or the other; you should know how The media and people are.......
Another simple thing; just don't. The three women teachers that messed with their students. This is up there with the most stupid thing anyone could possibly do. Women are more evil than men lots of the time. What blows my mind is why could they not just pick an adult to screw around with; there are plenty willing men out there.  What was it about the young students. There had to be something unstable about these women; or maybe it was just sin. What happened to sin? There always seems to be a mental defect in criminals; could it just be sin? Sin and stupid may be the close to the same thing, maybe. I only know of the cases in our area, but it really seems we have some winners when it comes to stupid teachers. The women are not the only one's; it has been the men too. Some of the men, to hear them tell it was lead on by the girls, please. Then there is the really assinine thing they do; texting the girls. Ok, why would anyone put down in words that can be traced. Penis thinking I guess. If a young girl leads a teacher on, the thing to do is run. Stay as far away from that girl as you can. It is simple. Much easier in the long run to do without the rush of a young girls attention than the risk of loosing everything you worked to become. Being a teacher is a great position in life. This is one of those things that people take along time to forget. I myself when a name of teachers accused comes up, can not help but think of what has been said about them. They become marked even if it was just an ego trip. Really, is it that hard for some people to practice a bit of self-control. You are the role model for the futures of our children. I looked up to my teachers, in highschool and college. I still thank them for what they taught me.
Mrs. Anne B. Harris was one of the greatest teachers, ever. She was almost animated in her sense of fashion. She wore wigs most of the time. Her costume jewelry was always the same color as her dresses. She wore lots of scarfs. Her small waist; for a middle aged women was great for a wide belt. Yellow was one color dress I recall her wearing. It fit at the waist with a wide belt, with a large buckle. The buckle was covered with the same fabric as the dress. She was older when I had her for history. I think she was eighth grade history. She was also my homeroom teacher at one time. Every outfit she picked was totally color co-ordinated. She was kin to some of my kin, that made me like her even more. I loved being able to say she was the sister of my daddy's first cousin's wife's brother. She did acknowledge the fact that she knew my family, and I loved this. It may have been why she took a personal liking to me. She was always quick to offer me life advise, not just teach me history. She probably knew much more about life than history anyway. She had out lived a husband and divorced one too, I think. One thing she said will always be my favorite, Anne B. Harris quote; "Never go on a date with anyone you would not marry." This was explained in dephth by her, in our conversations between classes. Teachers like her is why I think teachers should set an example for there students. Many of the things I have gathered along the way I gathered from the good teachers at Lexington Highschool.

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