Thursday, 18 October 2007

Fewtril #213

The greatest thing about a state-education is that it gives one the opportunity to spend a lifetime trying to overcome it.

3 comments:

dearieme said...

Mine happened so long ago that it's possible that it was better than the one Tony Blair had at Fettes. To get my daughter a decent one, I had of course to pay. And, by God, I resent it.

Deogolwulf said...

Yes, I suppose it was better then. Mine was like being in a zoo.

Pietr said...

Overcoming the 'education' can be reduced to a specific process.
I did it in 1986, but unfortunately I lost my notes.
Anyway, it requires privacy, literally in order to feel the absolute of outrage without killing or being killed.
And it works.