Spotted in the Wild

25 08 2014


SLU and WashU students join a bunch of other schools across the country to stage a walkout today on behalf of the cigarillo robber/cop eye puncher/charging linebacker.


Martin Zaldivar put down a sign saying “Mike won’t be in class today,” as he took the microphone.

He told the crowd that as a white Hispanic, he doesn’t fully understand the dynamics surrounding some black communities and their relationship with police.

Only the second white Hispanic spotting in the wild.

Garbage In, Garbage Out

20 08 2014


While the East St. Louisization of Ferguson marches on, so does the Fergusonization of St. Charles County.

For once the kids get planted in the Francis Howell district, the parents will want to move there, and in case they can’t find any “affordable” apartments, Eric My People and the Federal judiciary will cram Section 8 down their throats.

Fix the Schools

17 08 2014

New York

“Fix the schools” is the answer that people give when they either have no answer or don’t want to consider the correct answer for its taboo nature.

And it’s going to be my new drinking game.

If only the Ferguson-Florissant and the Normandy districts had Common Core, none of this would be happening.


For those of you who are good at parody song lyrics, I’m thinking that the old polka song “Hoop De Doo” can be rewritten around “fix the schools” in place of “hoop de doo.”

College Man

17 08 2014


1.  I thought blacks didn’t like black people who seriously pursued education.  They say it’s “acting white.”

2.  If Michael Brown was so concerned about college, why did he willingly commit a felony two days before he was supposed to start?

Here Comes the Rain Again

15 08 2014


An tangential issue to the party in Ferguson since Saturday has been the Normandy schools accreditation issue, because the late Michael Brown graduated from the only high school in the district in May.  Strangely, Ferguson itself is in the Ferguson-Florissant district, so it’s a slightly curious question on how a Ferguson resident could attend the Normandy district.

But I digress.  A state circuit judge has ruled today made a very important and very bad ruling today.  Meaning it’s full deseg ahead.

Another Milestone Passed

9 08 2014


Or should that be millstone?

Note that this refers to public schools, which includes charter schools.  There are lots of white students who aren’t in public schools.

However, what this means is that there’s fodder for a whole new generation of disparate impact lawsuits from public and private alphabet gangs and race lobbies.

Now it’s a Preschool-to-Prison Pipeline

25 07 2014


The great motivational speaker can’t instill enough discipline in her own kids to keep them from being suspended eight times between the two of them before either one gets to Kindergarten?

I don’t know what kind of preschool she sends them, so this analysis might not be accurate.  But I know today’s public educational system does everything it can not to suspend NAM students unless whatever they did falls under the aegis of the insurance industry-driven zero tolerance paranoia.  Plain words, if black students are suspended at all, then they must have done something very bad.  There’s just too much Obama/Holder/DOJ/My Brother’s Keeper pressure on them.

If all else fails, this great motivational speaker who is also a single mother can say that her sons’ daddy wasn’t shit.



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