Lafayette High School – 1959

For those who still allow their children to be intellectually and culturally raped and pillaged by their local public school system, here is a taste of what public education once was like in New York and other cities around the country.


So yesterday I had my semi-annual appointment with my cardiologist.  He is one of three physicians I keep on payroll (one for my diabetes, one for my eyes and one for my heart) in case I need them.  I have their cell phone numbers programmed into my phone.

I first met this doctor about eight years ago.  He has a very German  name and has the look of the S.S.  When he opens his mouth however out comes a thick Irish accent.  Seems his parents got out of Germany after the war and never looked back.  He grew up in Dublin.

While I was getting my blood pressure checked by his young female assistant we began talking about the kids going back to school soon.  She wasn’t happy with her local elementary school.

She had gotten a call last semester from the Principal; seems her daughter was talking – during…

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