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    Re: Schools to monitor obesity in students

    Quote Originally Posted by Boo Radley View Post
    No. That's merely silly. We've done, as I've noted, this stuff since before you and I were born. We share a lot about ourselves in learnign environments.
    Now if I actually approved of those things and some of them weren't also spying you would have a point. And I don't care about learning environments, I care about private information about our lives staying private.

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    Re: Schools to monitor obesity in students

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post
    Now if I actually approved of those things and some of them weren't also spying you would have a point. And I don't care about learning environments, I care about private information about our lives staying private.
    What's private? My daily schedule? How well I took care of an egg? What extra activies I do after school? Seriously, there is nothing here that should cause anyoen any concern. It is only self awareness that is being pursuded. how dare educator try to help students be self aware. The bastards!!!


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    Re: Schools to monitor obesity in students

    Quote Originally Posted by MrVicchio View Post
    Translation:
    Obviously they aren't smart enough to do what's "best for themselves" so the State needs to step in and help them, for their own good of course.

    Tyranny has many masks, not all are monsters dumping bodies in mass graves or throwing people into work camps. Sometime the Tyrant wears a smile, and speaks soft words.
    Dude, they're kids. You think it is paternalistic for the school to teach things to kids? We should just assume they're "smart enough" that we don't need to teach them science?

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