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This Teacher Taught His Class A Very Valuable Lesson (8 pics)

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What an interesting way to teach.

1 This Teacher Taught His Class A Very Valuable Lesson (8 pics)


2 This Teacher Taught His Class A Very Valuable Lesson (8 pics)


3 This Teacher Taught His Class A Very Valuable Lesson (8 pics)


4 This Teacher Taught His Class A Very Valuable Lesson (8 pics)


5 This Teacher Taught His Class A Very Valuable Lesson (8 pics)



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№1 Author: candysack (25 Nov 2014 03:07) Total user comments: 1436


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i cannot really relate to the less privileged. then again, i was quite young when i already inhereted a large sum of my father's baldness....so i have that going for me :25:
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№2 Author: monkfish1968 (25 Nov 2014 06:53) Total user comments: 483


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funny timing, i was just talking about this with my butler the other day.
it didnt get him a pay rise or the day off he wanted. backbenchers need to learn that they have to earn their privileges, and my shoes weren't very shiny that morning.
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№3 Author: OldOllie (25 Nov 2014 07:07) Total user comments: 1890


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Those in the back who made the shot will fully expect their children to be throwing from the front row when it's their turn.
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№4 Author: Tomaz86 (25 Nov 2014 14:02) Total user comments: 10836


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Ok.
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№5 Author: Phynix4 (25 Nov 2014 16:11) Total user comments: 5461


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at least here you have the ability, however difficult it may be, to move yourself 'closer'. It may at times be very difficult, perhaps even perceivably impossible, but the ability is there...
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№6 Author: 2020Hindsight (26 Nov 2014 00:00) Total user comments: 0


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There's always going to be a back row in every instance of life. Stop crying about it.
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№7 Author: X (28 Nov 2014 21:04) Total user comments: 0


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This is a nice explanation, but it fails to show how that privilege was gained. In the class it might be alphabetical or first come first seated. In real life it is gained though the hard work of your parents and grandparents. Its how they raise you, the tools, education, motivation, integrity, ethics, care they give you. Money plays a big role with these things. Color of your skin does not.
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№8 Author: Dudemar (5 Dec 2014 01:19) Total user comments: 0


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And, of course, the teacher did not even mention the more talented kids in the back of the room who might be better shots than the kids up front.
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