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No shortage of exceptional students

May 23, 2014

Every Friday, the Daily Press has the opportunity to showcase some of the best and brightest students in the area. It’s called the Student of the Week page....

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Whizzywhig

May-30-14 10:05 AM

WOWZERS Cheesie,

We better watch out,

now wee-wee has determined that violence is the better than words.

Of course,

people that are prone,

prone to dimwitedness,

are prone to attempt to inflict violence on everyone

that doesn’t see the world through their eyes.

Of course,

those prone to violence,

may, unwittingly,

hastened the “natural selection” processes

to be proceed unimpeded.

WEE-wee should be reported to authorities about his expressed tendency to select violence as his only resort.

Nevermind,

Wee-we, probably thinks it’s a place to vacation.

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WhoWee

May-29-14 12:23 PM

Dish what out? You're the idiots always insulting people and rambling on about nothing ever pertaining to the articles you post on. And when you stoop so low as to say you wouldn't let people survive that to me is a threat. So keep it up, you pitiful person. If you had the lack of brains to say that to my face you'd be in a world of hurt. You big bad keyboard warrior with no comprehension of writing or the real world. Go crawl back into you cave, cretin.

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Cheesehead

May-28-14 5:40 PM

OH MY !

Wiz, better watch out, the word police are gonna get you. Thanks to whowee, you're on the gestapo's list, for being crazy, "a bit to far."

I can't understand if he doesn't like crazies, crazy words, spawn, natural selection, or references to relatives.

Anyway, he's not happy, and they're coming to get you.

He likes to dish it out, but can't stand the return the same when the dish is passed back.

OhWeewe.

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WhoWee

May-28-14 4:58 PM

"I, unlike you, would have never let spawn like you survive, and prefer natural selection take control."

You've taken your crazy person act a bit too far. Consider yourself on the reported list.

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Whizzywhig

May-28-14 2:49 PM

wee-wee,

I, unlike you, would have never let spawn like you survive, and prefer natural selection take control.

I, unlike you or your biological sources,

spawned artistic, well behaved, common sensed, idiot proof children, unlike your biological parents and parenting.

I come from a town and place, unlike you and yours . . .

where all the women are strong, healthy, hard working and beautiful, where all the men are good looking, and all the children are way above average in intelligence ...

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WhoWee

May-28-14 12:31 AM

"AND there are many more people who are spawning, cultivating, and raising crops of dunderheads, contaminated, rotting vegetables, readily seen and heard everywhere in public and elsewhere. "

Yes, but enough about you, Whizzy, take us back to your trip through Alderaan.

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Whizzywhig

May-27-14 3:07 PM

Over and over,

those too many naysayer’s,

those too many nattering noodles and nabobs of negativism,

they are ALWAYS quick to point out the shortcomings of their spawn !

NOT !

NADA !

ZIP !

ZERO !

Shortcomings they say,

their spawn acquired, and were

perfected, polished , and

honed to perfection in the

public education system by

grossly under qualified and

overpaid public school teachers.

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Whizzywhig

May-27-14 3:06 PM

Never mind.

Never mind,

that there’s no law,

legal or educational requirements,

degrees, diplomas or certificates

for cultivating and spawning . .

Clearly the law allows everyting and anyting

when it comes to the right of spawning and physical satisfaction.

NOT EVEN A BACKGROUND CHECK for god’s sake!

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Whizzywhig

May-27-14 3:05 PM

Shortcomings ?

Shortcomings because of teachers?

BUT,

there’s only a handful of teachers in the community,

comparatively speaking,

AND there are many more people who are spawning, cultivating, and raising crops of dunderheads, contaminated, rotting vegetables, readily seen and heard everywhere in public and elsewhere.

Shortcomings these people too readily attribute to public schools and their lazy, loafing, overpaid, pension and healthcare laden teachers . . .

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Whizzywhig

May-27-14 3:03 PM

Never,

do these same nattering nabobs of negativism

look at their own parenting,

their own imperfect spawn,

for reasons johnny and janie are too lazy and can’t perform at grade level, AND

of course the Republicans who will never hire them because they haven’t anything that’s marketable for the job place.

Nattering Noodles and Nabobs of Negativism .

- Indeed !

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Whizzywhig

May-27-14 3:02 PM

Hmmn,

wonder if the public schools, and

public school teachers had anything to do with these kids and their education to arrive at the purpose of this article,

“no shortage of EXCEPTIONAL STUDENTS”.

No.

Not.

Not at all !

These kids were ALL products of

home schooling,

charter schools, or were sent to

religious schools.

If you can read, write, and do arithmetic at grade level

- THANK A TEACHER

If you can’t read, write, and do arithmetic at grade level

- THANK YOUR PARENTS

- THANK ON LINE EDUCATION,

thank a Republican

Wonder - Indeed.

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frogleggs

May-25-14 10:33 PM

Rudyard,

You are expecting an awful lot from the help at the daily press,

afterall, Republicans care to only pay the minimum wage or less.

Perhaps, you were expecting Pulitzer prize winning journalism ?

Readers get only what the daily press gets and what it pays for, not a penny more.

The presses readers are always asking questions about the integrity of management and its owners ?

If there's no direction at the top, how do you think the bottom will perform.

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Kipling

May-24-14 5:00 PM

Perhaps the Columnist Raiche could have honored Miss Jensen more by calling her Callie or Miss Jensen instead of Jensen throughout the article. I feel she earned more respect than "Jensen"

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