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Memin Penguin - Straight wack remark

 

Fine.  Just do a bit of research and perhaps you will understand why I made the analogy between you and Memin Penguin. 

 

I don't talk like "white folks and people from the burbs" either.  At the same time,  the usage of correct English was a standard in my home growing up (I grew up in a small, conservative central Georgia town) and my parents demanded nothing less.  Perhaps you are such a turn off because I never met an educated person, thug-wannabe or otherwise, that was not tempered in their behavior--regardless of their "different culture and lifestyle."  Your behavior just strikes me as quite odd, that's all.

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Seriously, I use correct english in the real world. It's not like I'm on here using slang words like "u" instead of you. To my behavior, It's just when people question me I think back to my hood days and that's what comes out. I have a high temper when I get mad because that's just how I was raised. Just don't liked to be messed with... I don't got a problem with you and this is not what I wanted to do on this board is have beef with other folks...

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Your lack of impulse control is fairly obvious.  Hopefully, you will learn a thing or two about self-control before it's too late.  Discussion and exchanges will go to varying levels on this forum.  It's important not to take it personal.  Just think for a moment: many young Black males with so-called hot-heads, or "high tempers" have lost their lives to senseless acts of violence.  This culture of disrespect and reaction has been the downfall of a lot of urban communities (there are many other factors for sure). 

 

I don't have a problem with you personally...just your logic (or illogic).  Everyone on this board is aware of the setbacks urban communities face and for someone to embrace such vices is distracting to the dialogue (and a source of frustration regarding what needs to change in order to create economically and socially viable inner-city communities). 

 

Hopefully, you will bring another perspective to this forum without being downright vile.

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Only one thing needs to be seriously taught to not only turn around poor areas of our inner cities but also give students from there an edge over suburbanites; logic. I can tell you from experience that most students at OSU have poor reasoning skills and they're white suburban kids. Now you're already going to have inner city kids that are lost causes (like a certain someone) so let's focus on the future and give them something that they can use in their everyday lives. This would help these communities appreciate education. Just imagine the surge of black intellectuals. Right now too many think that going to church will make everything better. Well decades have proven that that alone won't do it. The ghetto is filled with Baptist churches and things are just as bad or getting worse. Teaching something practical like logic and how to use it properly would go a long way in turning these areas around.

 

Logic is kept over in the math dept.  Though I understand it is a prereq for Computer programming.

 

BTW, I think you also need to have a shut-out weekend.  Where daughter and you go for a walk (or road trip) and have her describe what she sees around her to you.  And tell her to be as descriptive as she can be, the more she can describe, the better.  She needs to know what is out there, and you need to know what she knows (so you can improve what needs help and know what she knows as well) 

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