I'm starting this thread as an attempt to reviveA seemingly dormant chat groupLet's bring Dead Poets Alive!We should all be willing to give it a try,Then give and take criticism, without having to…Continue
A favorite epigram of mine--He drew a circle and shut me out--Heretic, rebel, a thing to floutBut Love and I had the wit to win:We drew a circle that took him in!By Edwin Markham (1852 - 1940)DavisContinue
"Odd, I'm 32 and I would ask about my friend's family if I've meet them or I'm really close to that friend. I probably wouldn't ask about a friend's GF's family unless she's already told me a lot about them. So…"
"I like the ethnic studies. That would help rid the stereotyping of races.
Learning the beginnings of a trade is good. They can always decide to venture to a technical institute if to further that knowledge if they want. It would help decrease…"
"Some very interesting and some very heartbreaking stories here. It's amazing how, as we look back on our ancestors, to see where we come from, where how we and our children are being raised (or not) comes from.
As I said my paternal…"
"This resonates with me.
My paternal grandfather was considered the family asshole. He put all his love and attention into his oldest son, leaving my grandmother to raise my dad. My dad had no male role model, and while he tried, he left most of my…"
"It would have been nice to have known both of them better.
My maternal grandfather was a bomber pilot with the RCAF in WWII and then worked with the railroad until he became ill with lung cancer. He died when I was 2 months old. I have quite…"
"Slogan to come later, that is difficult.
Education. Ethnic Americans would be a required course during the Junior year of highschool where each month would be dedicated to one ethnic group covery a majority of how they came to the US and what…"