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My main concern is that my children get a great and solid foundation in Christ. I ask people that have gone through the public system if they still remember how to do a math proof, or balance a chemical equation. Unless they have been practicing they can't. The key to success in life is not found in such trivia. The key to success is found in a solid knowledge of how to serve Christ. As far as employment goes - they teach that on the job.

snowbird, Rapture Ready 20 Comments [5/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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AC

"As far as employment goes - they teach that on the job."

I suppose if it's a minimum-wage entry-level job, maybe.

7/5/2007 4:00:31 PM

Puck

Pray for the right answers to the job skills test?

7/5/2007 4:07:59 PM

Freboy

Looks like fundies are to become the next source of manual labor in the States, after the Mexicans start educate themselves.

7/5/2007 4:42:07 PM

Freboy

Looks like fundies are to become the next source of manual labor in the States, after the Mexicans start educate themselves.

7/5/2007 4:42:11 PM

Frank

Do the employers teach people to think for themselves?

7/5/2007 4:58:04 PM

skyotter

when that bell there goes "ding", the fries are ready

7/5/2007 5:17:31 PM

Esjeur

Right. I really learned audio engineering on the job, okay. I guess those years in music college and all the related technology, calculus and physics classes for it were moot then.

7/5/2007 6:09:55 PM

BurntBush

When you hear the beep, take the fries out of the basket, OK?

7/5/2007 6:36:44 PM

Pix

Of course they do. Everything I know about Fourth Amendment jurisprudence I learned in my first week at the firm.

Methinks Snowbird here doesn't have high hopes for his/her children.

7/5/2007 7:04:11 PM

Ambrielle

Can I have fries with that?

7/6/2007 10:43:54 AM

Delirium

Hasn't this person heard of religious schools? If you want your kid to get a helping of Jeebus along with reading, math, science, etc., send them to a Christian school.

7/6/2007 11:53:49 AM

Brian X

snowbird:

Remember, the bleach is in the white cone-shaped bottle, while the milk is in the boxy translucent one. Make sure you don't get them confused just because you can't read the labels.

7/7/2007 12:41:12 AM

Don'tLookBehindYou

Catholic school, one of the few "saved" Christians in my class. 46 in math. Mid 50s in chemistry.


You fail, as i did. (however, i did better afterward)

3/8/2008 3:51:42 AM

Lady Death

"As far as employment goes - they teach that on the job. "

There alot of things you need to know before appling for most jobs. Unless you want to work Burger King for the rest of your life.

3/8/2008 6:14:51 AM

Marcus

Let's see you do any math or chemistry, Snowbird. The key to success in life is a solid, well-rounded education. Took me six years to EARN an associate degree in electronics and a bachelor's in electrical engineering.

Go back to your job as a greeter at Wal-Mart.

4/25/2008 8:43:48 PM

Quantum Mechanic

Christ never existed you stupid fuck.

5/13/2012 11:39:22 PM

Swede

Over here it's mostly college students who work at McDonald's. They expect you to be fairly well educated and quick-witted there as well, and as we have quite an unemployment problem, they can pick and choose between applicants.

I received quite a bit of education into religion and Christianity.

5/14/2012 4:48:23 AM

Crimson Lizard

What exactly do you mean by "serving Christ" and how has it helped anyone succeed?

Show your work, please.

3/1/2013 10:50:27 AM



And thus, cretin, I nominate thee for the I-don't-need-no-ejumacation award.

With due apologies to Pink Floyd.

3/2/2013 3:30:46 AM

Sasha

I didn't know they teach brain surgery on the job. Maybe snowbird was a test subject.

3/2/2013 2:42:01 PM
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