Oh, I don't know. When I was in school we had the President's Fitness Program, which always always embarrassed me. And then there were the eyesight exams, which I always failed. And the hearing tests, which I passed (no longer!). The gov'mint has
And that's my point. The testing, IMHO should be voluntary and done only with parental consent. The only mandatory should be that the schools explain the program and it's purpose to parents and seek their consent to test their kids — or allow the opt
Yeah ya see, that's the problem with America. We're offended (and will probably sue) because someone had the f#ckˇng nerve to let us know via the written word that our kid — whom we pretty much allow a TV & computer raise — is a fat, unhealthy li
Sound like a good contribution. ( though I did let loose a chuckle in reading the KickStarter page when I saw the word "non-fiction film making and "Michael Moore " in the same sentence" But the fat letters are nothing more t
Why Teachers DRINK The following questions were set in last year's GED examination These are genuine answers (from 16 year olds) Q. Name the four seasons A. Salt, pepper, mustard and vinegar Q. How is dew formed A. The sun shines down on the
I had not followed this issue too closely, but 19 or 20 states have passed bi-partisan legislation that requires schools to test all students for BMI (Body Mass Index), and send home what are called "Fat Letters" to the parents of kids — ev
Yeah, totally off the rails. Deal may want to rethink the Medicaid expansion for GA, 'cause there's gonna be a virtual stampede of trauma room patients! And I think FL passed that law that allows non-permitted carry during disasters and riots. I h
'Scuse Me... ...but where are MY RIGHTS Not-To-Be-Shot by some HEE-HAW Taking THE LAW Into His * Own Hands? (*or Her) & Since When Do THEIR Lights TRUMP MINE? Further Moore By THEIR Logic (or rather lack thereof) IF Owning Guns
The same way you'd keep anything else from spreading: Police/Patrol the area, and root out (pull up the weed) before it sets seed thus spreading via any known method. It's the same danger one negligent neighbor presents by allowing dandelions to pro
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