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Old 01-10-2012, 08:27 AM
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Sometimes life has to beat the [email protected] out of us to get our attention.
True...and like we've said on here before, you can't garner experience from a textbook...regardless of what vc says...
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Old 01-11-2012, 09:22 AM
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True...and like we've said on here before, you can't garner experience from a textbook...regardless of what vc says...

"book learning" exercises the mind and puts it in the position to solve problems. Experience is that knowledge we get from actually solving problems. Book learning can be a sound basis for experiential learning, but it seems that experience is the better teacher if one is willing to learn from it. A perfect example of the insufficiency of book learning is the fact that the current failed administration was installed under the supposition that the finest minds of academia (socialists, communists, and various assorted and sundry Marxists) would supplement the president's vast knowledge and intellect to transform this country into an Utopia for all to leave in peace, contentment and solidarity with each other. What utter bullcrap...the regime has failed EXACTLY BECAUSE the ersatz brain trust had no experience and were ALL book 'learnt'. Schmucks, charlatans, and malignancies, all of 'em. Turn 'em all out. They should feel lucky they're to be allowed to leave instead of being 'retired' like Saddam or Qaddafi.
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Old 01-11-2012, 09:43 AM
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Book-learning can supply you with many skills, yes, but you still have to practice. You can also learn from the experience of other people and some of that can come from books. We don't want every generation to have to reinvent beer and pizza.

As a practical example, let me say that my philosophy of child rearing was not developed by me, but was learned from my mother who learned it from her mother who learned it from hers back through the chain of our ancestors.

I think one of the problems current in our society is that, at some point in the recent past, we cast aside that inherited knowledge of child raising. Instead we have adopted practices found in books written by people who felt that their biases were superior to the knowledge handed down through the generations.
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Old 01-11-2012, 09:57 AM
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Book-learning can supply you with many skills, yes, but you still have to practice. You can also learn from the experience of other people and some of that can come from books. We don't want every generation to have to reinvent beer and pizza.
You fill find the best beer and pizza is supplied by an EXPERIENCED brewer and pizzaiolo. The book may have the recipe....but without experience, the product sux.

As a practical example, let me say that my philosophy of child rearing was not developed by me, but was learned from my mother who learned it from her mother who learned it from hers back through the chain of our ancestors.

I think one of the problems current in our society is that, at some point in the recent past, we cast aside that inherited knowledge of child raising. Instead we have adopted practices found in books written by people who felt that their biases were superior to the knowledge handed down through the generations.
THat inherited knowledge was cast aside in favor of the liberal ideal of child rearing. How incongruous it is, to take child rearing advice from the self-same people who support en utero destruction of these same children.
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Old 01-11-2012, 02:37 PM
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On the money again Berg.

I was reminded today via a radio newscaster that bho "majored" in "Constitutional Law". 'Nuff said.
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Old 01-12-2012, 09:30 AM
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On the money again Berg.

I was reminded today via a radio newscaster that bho "majored" in "Constitutional Law". 'Nuff said.
I guess he hated the subject because he's certainly dedicated his worthless self to circumventing and ignoring the tenets set forth in that self-same constitution !

And for the record, WTF is his transcript ?
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