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Gary, you'll never win...

because he had a pet dog named Peabody when he was a kid.

That explains every post on VS that he's EVER made.

lol.

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Ah ok, I'm also curious what will happen in 2060 when robot discrimination becomes rampant, and leads to the great San Francisco riot/revolution of 2063.  I should probably be nicer to my smart dishwasher and iPhone 6 now, I know they are tracking what I do to them.

I, Robot was on TV this morning. I highly suggest you watch it so you'll be prepared. Will Smith has a lot of insight to share on the matter. And I'm pretty sure if you're disrespecting Siri, she'll intentionally screw up what you asked for.

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Gary, you'll never win...

because he had a pet dog named Peabody when he was a kid.

That explains every post on VS that he's EVER made.

lol.

I am waiting for him to tell us his memories of the great depression and how he warned Herbert Hoover of pending fiscal disaster.  Or when he tried to warn the English that taxation without representation wasn't going to go well.

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lol you were in school in the 80s or 90s. The only desegregation you saw was on the PBS programs that my BFF spoke about earlier. Spin ot any way you want but you lied and no I refuse to suck it. 

I defy you to find the lie...

http://www.clintdantinne.com/mphs/losthighschools.pdf

In 1978 the US District court ruled that the school districts in Wilmington, DE must reorganize in order to reverse the racial imbalance in the all white districts of the suburbs and the 90+% black inner city schools. The District Court also ordered the Board to implement a pupil assignment plan that reassigned for nine years all students from predominantly black districts (Wilmington and De La Warr) to the predominatly white districts. Conversely, all students from the white districts were required to attend school in black districts for three consecutive years. The Board was required to provide inservice training for teachers, administrators, and other staff to prepare them for the desegregation process.

I said: "I'm old enough to have experienced the desegregation of schools while I was in school and the experiences that came with that."  

I was a student in school during teacher strikes, fights and riots at elementary, middle school, and high schools in my suburban schools as the New Castle School District went through desegregation.  I saw police show up at my sister's Junior High after school as a result of fights between white and black students.  Fights that resulted from kids scrawling posters that "n***ers should go home or die" and other such pleasantries.

From K-3 all kids attended suburban schools and inner city children were bused. This started when I was in 3rd grade. From 4-6 all kids attended "black schools" in the city and I rode a bus for 45 minutes each way to George Gray Elementary, Harlan Elementary and Martin Luther King Elementary because they kept moving us to different schools each year due to infrastructure issues. And then for Junior High and High School all students attended suburban schools and kids were bused out of the city again. That was my educational experience from 2-10th grade while we lived in Delaware.

You're wrong and refuse to admit it. No surprise there. 

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What year did you graduate high school?  Why didn't you tell Isoroku Yamamoto that the bombing of Pearl Harbor wasn't going to have the desired affect on the American Psyche. 

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Why do people won't admit they are wrong. What benefit for Alan to make up fact when he provide all the support info. That why they said can't each old dog new trick

Very well thought out and typed sentences there.  That is why they say stupid people shouldn't type.

 

 

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In 1978 the US District court ruled that the school districts in Wilmington, DE... 

...This started when I was in 3rd grade. 

You're wrong and refuse to admit it. No surprise there. 

 

How would I know when you were in third grade?  I am not asking you to google it.  Just tell me off the top of your head.

I know, reading comprehension can be difficult...

Deuce Bigelow and Darnell Dolezal are both trolling - if I cared I wouldn't play along. :P

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I know, reading comprehension can be difficult...

Deuce Bigelow and Darnell Dolezal are both trolling - if I cared I wouldn't play along. :P

Oh you care.  It eats you up.  Last time I trolled you you left VS for a week.  ;-)

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