I blame public education and modern colleges for many of our contemporary problems because they deserve it. They have not earned such high wages for teachers and college professors as they are currently receiving because they are failing at their jobs. I hear all the time from teachers who think I am being unfair to them, and should show respect for their professions. They also continue to state that they are overworked and underpaid which is completely ridiculous at this point—as I have labeled most teachers in public education as very expensive baby sitters. Kids are not learning anything in public schools and colleges. They are only learning how to take directions, they are not learning to think, and that is a massive failure in any education system. For proof, this segment of Water’s World done during the Bill O’Reilly show shot during Memorial Day Weekend provides all anyone needs to confirm my statements. Those poor children featured are the future of America. They are future voters and decision makers—and they will as shown—fail at life. They aren’t able in their present form to even raise a child let alone run a nation with the massive wave of problems coming at them. Watch the segment for yourself.
That is just disgraceful, and most of those kids are proud of their stupidity. It’s cool to them to be so dumb. Hey—I remember what it was like. Even when I was in school the way to pick up girls was to act like you didn’t know anything. It was like putting on a muzzle and within a few weeks of dating, they learned quickly that I knew a lot and it scared the crap out of them. No matter how good-looking you might be, if you were smart, they were not interested. I remember specifically, even though I was married there was a very pretty girl who wanted desperately to date me. She practically threw herself at my feet every day I saw her. Being loyal to my wife, I kept her at arms bay which was sometimes difficult—until one day she told me that Jurassic Park was the dumbest movie she had ever seen. She said to me, “who wants to watch a bunch of dinosaurs running around?” Then she laughed as though I would follow her lead in the conversation. I told her I would. We never spoke again. Those are common experiences with people and I have seen it all my life, and it starts in public school at the kindergarten level. I don’t think any teacher believes they are contributing to such stupidity—but the system they teach mandated by the state creates such a lack of curiosity in young people as shown in young women like the attractive seductress mentioned.
People wonder why I married so young when so many pretty girls were available and there was so much fun to be had. When my wife and I married I was 19 and she was 18. Parents on both sides thought we were suffering from a mother/father complex where we found in each other extensions of our home life as we were moving out into the world on our own. Well, that was an inaccurate assessment if there ever was one. What my wife and I shared was a love of thinking. She loved to think, and so did I and neither one of us wanted to waste our time on stupid people, and playing stupid just so we could date members of the opposite sex.
Public schools breed a lack of curiosity about life. This behavior extended into college which we both detested—obviously in the case of the Water’s World segment it was the University of Maryland that was failing. Any child who arrives at age 18 to 19 as those kids are and is still that stupid about the world—it is not their fault—it is the fault of their parents and teachers who failed to inspire in them a love of learning and curiosity about life. I have never forgotten the Jurassic Park comment from the attractive girl. She went on to have a series of bad relationships and ended up being a stripper at New York New York in Franklin, Ohio. What I knew of her was that her father left her mother when she was very little for another woman and she barely knew anything of him. As a result of that unhealthy relationship, she had a father complex. She was filling her life with people who filled the father role in her life—but she was ultimately attracted to abuse. She was not able to even consider a healthy relationship due to her unfortunate past leaving all her contact with other males to be superficial. At the time Jurassic Park came out and I mentioned it favorably she didn’t understand. I have heard the same kind of comments from people about Star Wars, Star Trek, and most films and books that inspire thinking. Because I didn’t look “geeky” girls would seek me out as potential company, but after just a little inquiry, they learned that I’m not like them and they’d move on to someone else. My wife and I got married not just because we fell in love, but because neither of us wanted to play that stupid game. We are both the kind of people who would expect to be five for five if interviewed by Jesse Waters and would expect nothing less. It would ruin our day to miss one of those questions—because we care about knowing things.
Without a curiosity about life, there cannot be any success and the kids interviewed during the Water’s World segment have no chance at success in life. The girl in that thong who giggled at all her missed questions—she will not raise good kids and have a good life. She may manage to snag some rich slob who will leave his old wife for a new younger one, and the thronged girl may live in a big house, drive a big new car and have diamond jewelry—but she will look like a dirty rug by the time she’s 35, and she’ll be alone and bitter—no longer giggling her way through life—because the elements to her future failure are already in motion provided to her by her education up to that point. It is a serious problem.
Women are taught as young girls in their public schools to seduce young boys. Because teachers are teaching everyone to be the same, the only way to lure boys to girls once puberty kicks in is to give them bits of sex—which is taught in sex education as early as the fourth grade these days. Once that happens the neat little children who had been building cars and airplanes out of Lego blocks and watching lots of educational television on Nickelodeon and Disney Channel begin learning to shut down their creativity and channel their energy into dumbing themselves down for potential sexual partners. By the time children turn 10 to 11 years old, most of them find their minds destroyed by public education methods that have only taught them the basic low-level ambitions such as food acquisition, sexual release, and general social skills—which are already instinctual.
Movies like Jurassic Park are not one of the most beloved blockbusters of all time because people didn’t like it. That girl who spoke despairingly about it to me likely would have enjoyed it as a little girl—before her puberty years when there was still a curiosity about the world. She probably did like it when she saw it with her eventual children. But during the mating game, which her life was so much about—she couldn’t let herself enjoy such things because the guys she had been talking to up until that time, and after also played stupid with her—and got so good at it after 10 years that they just stopped thinking. They do such a thing to themselves because sex with young girls like the girls in the Water’s World segment is impossible if they show too much ambition of thought.
Finally, I raved yesterday about my positive experiences at Yottaquest where I played in an X-Wing Tournament. One thing that was missing in those places was women. There were no pretty girls coming in and playing X-Wing. But the guys who were playing had already decided in their lives that they didn’t care for such things. Most of them were married for much the same reason my wife and I married. They don’t want to play the game of being stupid to have sexual partners. Once you are married, you can share your intelligence with your partner and be free of the foolishness of single life stupidity which is staged during the public education experience. I have two daughters and they are very attractive—but they enjoy places like Yottaquest because as a father I always taught them how not to be like that poor girl who hated Jurassic Park. Such girls will never land a good guy in her life which she can share her real thoughts. It’s not a mystery, I taught my children to be curious and full of lifelong learning—and Jurassic Park is one of their favorite movies—and their husbands are grateful for it. Stupidity is shackles for the mind—and is just as limiting as literal shackles on arms and legs.
The seeds for thought are planted in children very young by their parents. If the parents are not very good, the children will suffer. But even parents who do plant the seeds of lifelong curiosity find their children have those seeds extracted by the public education process and destroyed. By the time kids reach 12 to 15 years old their minds are gone—mentally and destined to be like the kids from Maryland College. There are a few kids who escape and I find them in places like Yottaquest on a Saturday afternoon, or at an X-Wing Miniatures event—or playing Magic the Gathering in a booth at Trader’s World. But for most people, they are destined to be like that poor girl who didn’t like Jurassic Park—who had lost the adventure of learning too early in her life to save her from future tragedy. Not that liking Jurassic Park would have helped her with me, my wife already had me, but she could have met another good-hearted person who could have enriched her life. Instead, she is old and bitter, and all used up as just another former has been for a series of dimwitted males crippled in their minds from an insufficient public education that destroys most of the people it processes.
So why are we paying for such a stupid thing to happen with tax dollars?