Re: Anti-Social?

Carl, a beautiful video! Indeed, state action is the epitome of anti-social behavior. It should also be recognized that state-owned schools, public schools, are where kids learn to be anti-social. Stuck in a chair 8 hours, with kids their own age (the blind leading the blind), and not allowed to speak unless spoken too. Consider also when kids do come in contact with someone from another grade. You’re teased if you play with someone younger, and someone older will beat you up if you try to talk to them, or else they’ll be teased by their own peers. Anti-social behavior all over the place.

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