David E. E., Ed.D.
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David E. E., Ed.D. left a comment for Chip
"Hey, Chip, thanx for the request."
Sep 8
David E. E., Ed.D. replied to Michael D. Denny's discussion Progressive republican Eric Cantor gets his ass handed to him in the group The Great Debate
"Well said Steve"
Jun 16
David E. E., Ed.D. replied to Michael D. Denny's discussion Progressive republican Eric Cantor gets his ass handed to him in the group The Great Debate
". . . only to the extent that you buy into the lie that moderation is the same as ambivalence.  Many people actually believe that there are reasonable limits to the appropriateness and feasibility of any political position or policy direction.…"
Jun 16
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May 27
David E. E., Ed.D. replied to Steve Dallas's discussion Conversational use in the group The Great Debate
"It is commendable that private schools have addressed the economic and racial/ ethnic elitism prevalent in the past (See Preparing for Power, by Cookson).  I have read a few studies showing this trend among private schools.  However,…"
May 26
David E. E., Ed.D. replied to Stein's discussion Essential shirtless experiences growing up. in the group The Shirtless Man
"I don't remember my father being shirtless - he died when I was 8.  However, my older brothers would work outside without shirts whenever the weather and the activity was suitable.  Even though I was a fat kid, I also learned to go…"
May 26
David E. E., Ed.D. replied to Steve Dallas's discussion Conversational use in the group The Great Debate
"No need for apology.  I am aware of the assumption you made.  It was not whether I am employed in public education, but rather that the kind of my employment is an important vested interest.  The point I make in my previous response,…"
May 25
David E. E., Ed.D. replied to Charles Sugar's discussion Setting up goals, and not achieving them
"Ha!"
May 25
David E. E., Ed.D. replied to Steve Dallas's discussion Conversational use in the group The Great Debate
"Please say you are being facetious."
May 25
David E. E., Ed.D. replied to Steve Dallas's discussion Conversational use in the group The Great Debate
"Yes, as a citizen of a multicultural world, I have a vested interest. "
May 25
David E. E., Ed.D. replied to Steve Dallas's discussion Conversational use in the group The Great Debate
"No! Public education offers more than an educated public.  The interaction across narrow categories of race, class, gender, and any other demographic is the strength of public education.  To the extent that some demographic groups recuse…"
May 25
David E. E., Ed.D. replied to Pale Horse's discussion Metrosexuality in the group The Great Debate
"The hypocrisy of this is that Bogart (like any movie star) had a team of stylists who put his "manly" style together and dressed him in it.  He probably spent as much time in the make-up chair to go into public as some brides on their…"
May 25
David E. E., Ed.D. replied to Charles Sugar's discussion Setting up goals, and not achieving them
"I don't even understand this OP.  How do you forget your goals?  It sounds to me like you're talking about dreams and wishes - those are easily laid aside.  But to be a goal, you must be moving toward it or at least know…"
May 23
David E. E., Ed.D. replied to Pale Horse's discussion Common Core in the group The Great Debate
"You are right.  The US is a republic, which is run as a representative democracy."
May 19
David E. E., Ed.D. left a comment for Herb Munson
"Thanks for the welcome. . . and thanks for creating this space for manly debate."
May 19
David E. E., Ed.D. replied to Pale Horse's discussion Common Core in the group The Great Debate
"Yes, oligarchs and those born before 1875 believe this.  For the rest of us who believe in personal responsibility and merit, public education is in fact the cornerstone of democracy."
May 19

Profile Information

Interests
Faith and faithfulness; Living a good simple life; Becoming the man of God's dreams.

Gardening, Fitness, Dogs (particularly labs), and the less popular sports like lacrosse and rugby.
Books
I read more short stories than novels. I like historical fiction, memoirs, and (auto)biographies.
Movies
I love movies. Have recently discovered the Criterion Collection -- a list of must-see exemplary films.
Music
1980's and early 1990's.

I am learning more about jazz and the blues.
Quote
In the end, we shall have had enough cynicism and skepticism and humbug, and we shall want to live life more musically. --Vincent van Gogh

I have learned to give not because I have much, but because I know the feeling of not having. --Unknown

Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow creeps in this petty pace from day to day, to the last syllable of recorded time. And all our yesterdays have lighted fools the way to dusty death. Out, out, brief candle. Life is but a walking shadow, a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage, and then is heard no more. It is a tale told by an idiot full of sound and fury signifying nothing. --Shakespeare's MacBeth

Philippians 2:12b "continue to work out your salvation with fear and trembling"

Acts 10:15 & Acts 11:9 ‘Do not call anything impure that God has made clean.’

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At 1:37pm on May 19, 2014, Herb Munson said…

Hey there David, just wanted to give you a warm welcome to The Great Debate. Great to have you with us!

At 12:48pm on April 29, 2014, Michael J. K. said…

hope your day is great David

At 9:04pm on January 25, 2014, John said…

thanks for your comments on country life and self sufficiency and definitely dont want to be in the "did it when i retired" club.....

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