Monday, May 08, 2006
A Note I Found on My Computer

While I am so pleased to have become the new host of Homeschooling: The Next Frontier, I would like to remind everyone about Etiquette and Manners.

  • 1. I have none, but I expect you to have lots when you come to my blog.
  • 2. Yes, it is a blog, and criticism is also healthy. So is tofu. Or wheat germ. I rarely ingest either.
  • 3. Some of you have not laughed in a very long time.
  • 4. Some of you sound like crazy people.
  • 5. Some of you people should just do your own thing and not worry about other people's opinions.
  • 6. To the butthead who said "And you've got to be kidding about the tone of these posts! These are mild retorts....": You hurt my feelings, you didn't read any of my other posts, and you are not allowed near me within 25 feet. Besides, who made you Blog Critic for the New Yorker? Phhbbbbbbtttttt....
  • Some of my opinions about homeschooling have changed, but that doesn't mean my opinion about some of you has.
  • Mom X was certified nuts. Take it from a nutty social worker; I know what I'm talking about.
  • If you have found this site to be the new 'Let's Discuss Homeschooling' site, let me redirect you AWAY from here to SOMEWHERE else where it is more appropriate and I can go on smoking cigarettes and planning the distastrous future of my unborn children.
  • And as always, it's been a pleasure!
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