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.


Anonymous 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.

Sky Captain 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.