Whew, what a day you’ve had finding this crap. These 4 posts (I’m sure there are more), and all of them make me sick. It makes me depressed, as I don’t know what to do about it. Other than have solace in the fact that I raised my kids right and I’m keeping a close eye on my 9 grandkids. But the National Anthem was the best - it made my day.

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NOTHING WILL CHANGE unless and until we CHANGE IT. Zero tolerance will change it - immediately.

hundreds of thousands of parents pulling their children out of these schools at once...immediate change. Hundreds of thousands of parents flooding the schools with calls/emails/letters/visits/protests...immediate change. ZERO girls competing with boys in sports, EVER...immediate change. There are many things we can do to impact drastic and instant change. No one is willing to do it. All I hear is whining, crying, and excuses. We are allowing, no- inviting this. We have collectively told these people they can go ahead and have our once beautiful culture. We handed it to them. We sowed these weed seeds....now we whine and complain that the weeds have killed our flowers.

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"School days, school days

Dear old Golden Rule days

'Reading and 'riting and 'rithmetic

Taught to the tune of the hick'ry stick

You were my queen in calico

I was your bashful, barefoot beau

And you wrote on my slate, "I Love You, Joe"

When we were a couple o' kids"

"School Days" is an American popular song written in 1907 by Will D. Cobb and Gus Edwards. Its subject is of a mature couple looking back sentimentally on their childhood together in primary school.

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Never really knew the lyrics fully. Thanks!

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