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Smith, Peter P. (X7M6)
Sun, 23 Mar 1997 22:05:25 EST

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Well John,
Very nice of you to share with everyone your feelings of how no
one is up to your "intellectual" level of discussion. However,
insulting us all is probably not the way to get anything accomplished.
I think that for all the art teachers who responded to the topics
you did not like, to take the time out of their undoubtedly busy
schedules, to offer their thoughts, they must be pretty interested in
the topics. The list is not a personal list for anyone and the
issues might not always be important to us but this is how we get
different points of view. As a student teacher, myself, I find
many of the topics of interest and useful, while others don't really
apply. However, I appreciate they efforts of everyone who takes the
time to express their oppinions and experiences.
In addition and in utter irony is the fact that all you have done
by creating your original post is to create another of those "assinine"
series of posts that you hate so much. Guess you are not quite up to
the level you thought you were. :) - Let People Speak!-

Peter "The Bear" Smith
Student Teacher
Heuvelton Central School,NY

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