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04 March 2012


Michael Anderson

Todd, your non sequitur brain is once again protruding in an unsafe manner.

"Type for a man and then you will have blog comments for only that day. Teach a man how to type and he will post blog comments that roil the common-sense community for a lifetime."

Todd, you're a good typist, but the content is lacking. How can we get your content up to muster?


SF teachers are good enough to be sending their own kids to private schools at a greater than average rate for the city. Kind of like Pelline, who is holds Nevada County public schools in high esteem in public but sends his own to a private school instead.

"You know, sometimes you just can't make this stuff up. The one of the named lead plaintiff's in the Florida case going to the SCOTUS later this month recently filed for bankruptcy, including on her medical bills." - Frisch

There's no need to make anything up, everyone knows there are problems with health care, and many think it's because of the long festering error in the income tax code that's allowed the monster of employer based risk pools to become established, and the half of all care that is socialized with reimbursements that don't cover the cost to provide the care, leaving the privately insured and the underinsured with assets to pick up the difference. The issue is the Obamacare debacle that has already made things worse, and that's only the beginning. Reforming 1/6 of the nation's economy was not something that should have been rammed through in partisan closed door meetings, without even time for a reading of the bill before a partisan power play to pass it.

Douglas Keachie

This SF teacher and his wife sent his daughter through the public schools, she's in her third year of seven, of residency in Neuro, why waste the money on private schools?

Willing to bet Calypso Louie has sold more records than Todd ever got votes.

"Farrakhan was born Louis Eugene Wolcott (also mistakenly spelled Walcott)[2] in The Bronx, New York, the younger of two sons of Sarah Mae Manning (16 January 1900 – 18 November 1988) and Percival Clark, immigrants from the Caribbean islands. His mother was born in Saint Kitts and Nevis. His father was a Jamaican native and worked as a taxicab driver. After Louis' father died in 1936, the Wolcott family moved to Boston, Massachusetts, where they settled in the West Indian neighborhood of the Roxbury area.

Starting at the age of six, Wolcott received rigorous training in the violin.[2] He received his first violin at the age of six, and by time he was 13 years old, he had played with the Boston College Orchestra, and the Boston Civic Symphony.[citation needed] A year later, he went on to win national competitions. In 1946, he was one of the first black performers to appear on the Ted Mack Original Amateur Hour,[2] where he also won an award. He and his family were active members of the Episcopal St. Cyprian's Church in Roxbury, Massachusetts.[citation needed]

Wolcott attended the prestigious Boston Latin School, and later the English High School, from which he graduated.[3] He completed three years of college at Winston-Salem Teachers College, where he had a track scholarship." ~ Wikipedia ~


Keach, the less you have to say, the more you just quote large sections of wikipedia.

Todd Juvinall

I have always agreed my typing skills are crap but I think MichaelA misses the point I made about Calypso Louie. The left is tossing free speech regarding Rush and embracing the racist, bigot, homophobe of Louie. MichaelA apparently sees the issues as simply anti Obamcare and anti women which of course it is not. I see it one way and MichaelA see it another. Perhaps with his intelligence shown here on many issues, Mr. A will come around to the truth on this one.

Douglas Keachie

I quote large sections of wikipedia when I see holes in the backgrounds of others. If Todd, given his personality evident here, had grown up in Wolcott's family, I wouldn't be surprised if he turned out just the same way Farrakan did.

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