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him, not me

not to dissuade

any from sending,

any comment to David,

however the schooling of

kids today leaves was less to

be desired. happy military base

schooling is not full of this stupid

methods. For my hope is to marry a

Marine, going to enjoy raising the few

kids i hope to grow; public school is that

necessity to bring up strong minded children.

See, elementary and high schools in Texas in the

great state of Texas let kids be kids, let them enjoy

their childhood. Deal with bully’s, have a few girlfriends,

pay in band, remain respectful, obey the laws of police and

those in authority. Attend a church, play sports, dig English for

certain, don’t be a dunce. Have a cat, fish, get a tan, keep your hair

short [Guys especially, but short hair o femmes is super] big hair is not.

Respect you parents, and when school’s dreaded, know that it doesn’t last

forever, deal with it, be smarter than those who aren’t, but be kind, the world

requires construction workers/custodians/teachers/police/waiters/waitresses, what

ever you choose, be kind, help when you can, listen to your Mother and Father, dig

being alive. enjoy yourself, it’s later than you think; youth goes too fast for some

and it should be relished, the ‘problems’ had are but preparation for the realer

world of an ‘adult.’ ‘m 51 now, am just over half done with this playtime that

is the physical learning about love and joy, and how to get along with all

people. Do not hate those that seem, or are different than you, know it

is in your’s every other person moving about this grain of a galactic

sand. Don’t drink, NEVER SMOKE, learn to write well, pray, we ask

ah… gonna take a nap….

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