posted on May, 25 2009 @ 06:31 PM
Originally posted by Aeons
If someone has new
evidence about something we've discussed as a group and worked out that's one thing. Posting the same exact info we've
already seen and discussed over and over again indicates nothing more than that certain people have not followed the discussion as they claim. Since
you need examples:
US origin of swine flu?
Once again the same exact article is posted that was posted and discussed more than a week ago. The article cites possible swine flu cases in
. As we discussed as a group and determined, the earliest Mexico cases in La Gloria were in the first week of February. I've been told
first hand that efforts are being made to confuse the issue and point people away from La Gloria and sure enough, here it comes again. Does this mean
the person posting the incorrect info was not following the discussion as they claim or do they just want to keep debating something the members of
the thread already resolved? It's not that big of a deal but when it's occurring over and over and over again it becomes disruptive. We don't want
to keep having to clear up the same issues repeatedly.
Why I sent my kids to school
I was completely honest and open about the conflict in my own house between my spouse and myself. I didn't have to be. I didn't keep my kids home
the first week out of panic, I kept them home in order to be cautious and get an idea of what was happening. As we covered two weeks ago, where I live
the police will come and take your kids for missing school. I cannot write an excuse for them and cannot ask anyone else to lie on my behalf plus my
spouse wanted to send them. Short of physical confrontation there's nothing I could do.
I did my part the first week, the government didn't do it's part and close the schools. I lobbied the school board and administration to no result.
They actually sent out notice that all students were required
to attend in order to complete the state's standardized testing. (Federal money
requires all students to complete it). The lesson here is that government put children at risk for financial reasons, period.
Mod Edit: removed Ill-Mannered quote and snipped response...
Courtesy Is Mandatory
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