riotous_jocundity311 karma2012-05-27 02:29:12 UTC
Ladies and gentlemen, another insightful commentary on sexual activities from SHIT_IN_HER_CUNT.
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riotous_jocundity115 karma2014-03-16 15:51:23 UTC
Congrats on beating cancer! Also, you've got fierce brow game.
riotous_jocundity93 karma2012-12-17 17:02:25 UTC
I was homeschooled until 6th grade. My parents really weren't qualified to teach but we were motivated enough that we learned how to teach and entertain ourselves. We had plenty of social activities, traveled, played sports, took piano and voice lessons, and were in scouting. We weren't religious--the elementary schools near us had a lot of gang problems. Middle school was rough (because 12 yr olds are shitty), but academically I was far ahead of everyone else. I had a great time in high school and got a full ride to college, and I credit my homeschooling years for giving me that boost and allowing me to learn at a far more rapid pace than would have been possible in a class with 25 other 9 yr olds.
People tend to freak out about homeschooling because of the bad rep it has (thanks, religious fundies), but it sounds like you're doing a wonderful job! Keep it up!
riotous_jocundity55 karma2013-06-12 04:38:46 UTC
riotous_jocundity11 karma2013-11-22 15:32:46 UTC
I just finished reading Peter Redfield's Life in Crisis: The Ethical Journey of Doctors Without Borders and was really interested in some of the ethical dilemmas he addressed. Have you read the book? What has the reaction been within the organization?
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