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    Re: Warren Buffet: 'Trickle Down' Theory Doesn't Work

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    What is it you want to know? I will be happy to inform you.
    At this point I highly doubt you know much of anything, so anything will do.

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    Re: Warren Buffet: 'Trickle Down' Theory Doesn't Work

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post
    At this point I highly doubt you know much of anything, so anything will do.
    As I have already pointed out to you, I spent 33 years in public education. My degrees are in the field. Your rantings about public education have nothing at all to do with the reality that I saw in 33 years.

    So I ask you again, where are you getting your 'information' (for lack of a better word) about public education?

    If somebody ranted and raved about the plumbing industry and plumbers but presented no real information about either but only presented falsehoods that actual industry professionals know to be false, that would count for something with most intelligent people. Apparently, your belief system is more important than actual reality.
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    Re: Warren Buffet: 'Trickle Down' Theory Doesn't Work

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    As to your rantings about schools, I do not know what you base this on. You claim "reading". Reading what exactly?
    Reading what I wrote. Do like a good teacher does and review my paper, but instead of looking for the red pen look for the highlighter. The big yellow one should do.

    You slur kids in special education classrooms calling them retards and then blast others for you doing so. That is less than honest and certainly cowardly since it was your own word.
    Look for my reasoning for why I used the term. Instead of acting like I said nothing. Again, the highlighter. THE HIGHLIGHTER!

    With each subsequent post you make, you are becoming more agitated and more frustrated and less rational.
    That is because with each post you won't say anything of value, but continue to say I'm wrong. Back yourself up, hmm? Mister teacher, my teacher. 33 years of experience of nothing apparently. Nice.

    I will be glad to stop talking to you like you don't have any experience once you either clarify for me what your actual experience is and then write presenting the true picture of education reflecting that experience. I am mor than happy to listen to you present both.
    Self proclaimed experts go first. At this point you are trolling the hell of me mister expert.
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    Re: Warren Buffet: 'Trickle Down' Theory Doesn't Work

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    As I have already pointed out to you, I spent 33 years in public education. My degrees are in the field. Your rantings about public education have nothing at all to do with the reality that I saw in 33 years.

    So I ask you again, where are you getting your 'information' (for lack of a better word) about public education?
    Where do you think? Experience. DUH! I even said as much if you were paying attention.

    If somebody ranted and raved about the plumbing industry and plumbers but presented no real information about either but only presented falsehoods that actual industry professionals know to be false, that would count for something with most intelligent people. Apparently, your belief system is more important than actual reality.
    Apparently, you think you can call yourself an expert and that is it. How old are you? You should know that is ridulous.

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    Re: Warren Buffet: 'Trickle Down' Theory Doesn't Work

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    Reading what I wrote. Do like a good teacher does and review my paper, but instead of looking for the red pen look for the highlighter. The big yellow one should do.
    Is this suppose to mean something?

    I asked this about the rantings and observations of Henrin

    So I ask you again, where are you getting your 'information' (for lack of a better word) about public education?

    and he replied
    Where do you think? Experience. DUH! I even said as much if you were paying attention.
    Allow me to use my teaching skills with you...... all right Henrin, now use you words please, use more words, expand on that one word "experience" which by itself means little without specifics attached to it. Tell us all Henrin, exactly what kind of experience are you referring to? Experience as a student in a school? Experience as a teacher in a school? Experience because you read an article or a book or two on the subject? Tell us all please Henrin, where did this "experience" you claim come from exactly?

    I hope that helps you clarify your thoughts.
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    Re: Warren Buffet: 'Trickle Down' Theory Doesn't Work

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    Henrin

    I will be happy to inform you of anything you need to be informed about in the field of education. Just ask and I will answer.

    As to your rantings about schools, I do not know what you base this on. You claim "reading". Reading what exactly?

    You slur kids in special education classrooms calling them retards and then blast others for you doing so. That is less than honest and certainly cowardly since it was your own word.

    With each subsequent post you make, you are becoming more agitated and more frustrated and less rational.

    you state this



    I will be glad to stop talking to you like you don't have any experience once you either clarify for me what your actual experience is and then write presenting the true picture of education reflecting that experience. I am mor than happy to listen to you present both.
    I still want an answer to my question, as to what the alternative is, if trickle down doesn't work.
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    At least Bill saved his transgressions for grown women. Not suggesting what he did was OK. But he didn't chase 14 year olds.

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    Re: Warren Buffet: 'Trickle Down' Theory Doesn't Work

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    I do not remember talking about trickle down, trickle up or even trickle sideways.
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    Re: Warren Buffet: 'Trickle Down' Theory Doesn't Work

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
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    I do not remember talking about trickle down, trickle up or even trickle sideways.
    Either way, you claim that trickle down doesn't work. Yes?

    If so, please explain a viable alternative.
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    At least Bill saved his transgressions for grown women. Not suggesting what he did was OK. But he didn't chase 14 year olds.

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    Re: Warren Buffet: 'Trickle Down' Theory Doesn't Work

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    from Henrin



    Is this suppose to mean something?

    I asked this about the rantings and observations of Henrin

    So I ask you again, where are you getting your 'information' (for lack of a better word) about public education?

    and he replied


    Allow me to use my teaching skills with you...... all right Henrin, now use you words please, use more words, expand on that one word "experience" which by itself means little without specifics attached to it. Tell us all Henrin, exactly what kind of experience are you referring to? Experience as a student in a school? Experience as a teacher in a school? Experience because you read an article or a book or two on the subject? Tell us all please Henrin, where did this "experience" you claim come from exactly?

    I hope that helps you clarify your thoughts.
    Will you please, PLEASE get it through your tiny little head that I'm am NOT only saying I have 33 years of experience. It is NOT I that needs to prove his claims of experience are true, YOU ARE. You didn't even manage to show you are a good history teacher in the other thread. If that truly is what you do. All you are doing, and yes this is all you are doing, is saying I'm wrong. You are the one that says he has all the answers, so why is it than that you don't appear to have any ANSWERS?
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    Re: Warren Buffet: 'Trickle Down' Theory Doesn't Work

    Quote Originally Posted by Henrin View Post
    Will you please, PLEASE get it through your tiny little head that I'm am NOT only saying I have 33 years of experience. It is NOT I that needs to prove his claims of experience are true, YOU ARE. You didn't even manage to show you are a good history teacher in the other thread. If that truly is what you do. All you are doing, and yes this is all you are doing, is saying I'm wrong. You are the one that says he has all the answers, so why is it than that you don't appear to have any ANSWERS?
    Boy do you have it wrong. What I am saying is that when you pontificate about the state of public education, you either claim they should be doing things that they already have been doing for some time now as a matter of routine and you are blissfully unaware of it or you clearly do not know what you are talking about.

    When you claim that you have credibility on this issue I can see none of any kind.
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