Third World Skeptical Kid

Third World Skeptical Kid Meme | SO YOUR TELLING ME HOMESCHOOLERS ARE STUPID AND PUBLIC SCHOOLERS ARE SMART? THEN HOW COME ALL THE STUPID PEOPLE I MEET ARE IN PUBLIC SCHOOL  | image tagged in memes,third world skeptical kid | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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5 ups, 4m
DJ Pauly D Meme | THERE'S A TON OF COMMENTS BUT HARDLY ANY MEME COMMENTS | image tagged in memes,dj pauly d | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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I've seen this raw strength | YOU MADE IT THROUGH THE PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM? I'VE SEEN THIS RAW STRENGTH ONLY ONCE BEFORE | image tagged in i've seen this raw strength | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Wow, you're braver than me
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WE WOULD HAVE COME SOONER BUT WE WERE WAITING FOR THE T-SHIRTS BLOOMBERG PROMISED US | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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2 ups, 4m
That my friend Voltron | THE PUBLIC SCHOOLER THE HOME SCHOOLER | image tagged in that my friend voltron | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
True story
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2 ups, 4m
Leonardo Dicaprio Cheers Meme | MY COUSIN SAYS I'M WEIRD FOR BEING HOMESCHOOLED ALL MY LIFE AND I'M OVER HERE LIKE "YOU JUST GOT PROVED WRONG, GIRL" | image tagged in memes,leonardo dicaprio cheers | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
I've been homeschooled all my life. homeschoolers get taught better because they have private tutors, their parents. so yeah, this meme can be correct.

I feel like a critic XD
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4 ups, 4m, 3 replies
Same reason it's cold where you are doesn't mean global warming doesn't exist.
Also the same reason that just because you just ate a sandwich doesn't mean there isn't world hunger.

Also- "how come" sounds stupid. Use "Why" or "Why is it" instead.
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4 ups, 4m, 1 reply
Oh snap! Excellent comment :)
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5 ups, 4m, 3 replies
You're :-)
Oh, the irony, you just got schooled!
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4 ups, 4m, 1 reply
Good call on the Your/You're.

I wonder if the OP is/was home schooled. LOL
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3 ups, 4m
Or unschooled :-)
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3 ups, 4m, 1 reply
I know I’m a dumbass lol
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3 ups, 4m, 1 reply
That wasn't aimed at you it was for the OP (unless it's an alt, if so, BOOM HEADSHOT!)
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3 ups, 4m, 1 reply
Lmao! I’ll kick your butt anyway XD no I have no alts
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3 ups, 4m, 1 reply
Me neither, I struggle to keep track of one account.
THE STRUGGLE IS REAL!
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2 ups, 4m
Lol yes it is, they’re too smart for me :)
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2 ups, 4m, 1 reply
The "you're" thing is an issue on my part :P sometimes when im typing i accidentally type something similar to what i meant to type. basically i have weird typos half the time.
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1 up, 4m, 2 replies
Yep, spell check/auto-correct, is a pain, especially for people who can spell!
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0 ups, 4m, 1 reply
oof, clearly your a grammar natzi, but auto correct isnt my issue, its like when you mean to type something but end up typing something else. (also nobody ever cares about grammar on the internet other than grammar natzis or people with tablets/phones :/ )
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1 up, 4m, 1 reply
It's all in good fun BTW :-)
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1 up, 4m
oh ok, sorry, just that everybody seems to be serious when stuff like this happens.
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0 ups, 4m
imgflip.com/i/2k4ipw and now here is my last reply, (i hope my bad habit of clearing things up/correcting people doesnt make me reply again)
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2 ups, 4m
Not gonna reply after this but i wanna clear this out if this comment isnt a joke,
the meme isnt a question... its a joke about the fact most public schoolers are dumbasses... also i dont think anybody cares about grammar on here considering the fact there are countless memes on the front page with horrible typing. (then again nobody cares about grammar that much on the internet in general, the most people do are putting periods at the end of sentences and sometimes using comas)
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0 ups, 4m, 1 reply
Congratulations! you're officially petty! :D
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3 ups, 4m, 1 reply
actually, most homeschool parents teach their kids very well.
also im not even gonna touch on the religious part because your most likely an atheist.
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4 ups, 4m, 2 replies
Just sayin'. As a parent, you're kind of expected to raise 'decent' human beings. To some people, that means passing on religious values, which can include stuff I'm sure you appreciate, such as charity, taking care of the earth like it was a gift, among other things...
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0 ups, 4m, 1 reply
I have no problem with parents teaching their children good values. But you don't have to be religious to have good values.
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1 up, 4m, 1 reply
I didn't say that you did. It's a personal choice whether you consider that part of the package or not. I have chosen to believe what I believe and I continue to consider the various aspects of my belief system. I don't think it's wrong to bring up children in your religion or lack thereof, but as they go from infancy to rationality, they should be allowed to consider and choose. A point of view that can't bear the weight of opposing viewpoints and survive likely doesn't have enough basis in reality. Philosophy is the study of truth. We should all be doing that. At any rate, we should be if we believe in the existence of objective truth. Anyone who makes any concrete claim must believe in objective truth, or else, their arguments are invalid. If you believe in truth, the only thing that makes sense is to always be trying to find it.
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0 ups, 4m
I agree with that. Unfortunately, many people don't feel their beliefs can stand up to critical examination or scrutiny, so they aggressively discourage skepticism and doubt.
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0 ups, 4m
Kind of my point, dont think i typed it up well in the first reply though.
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1 up, 4m, 1 reply
so calling all homeschoolers who teach their kids religion "bullsh*t" is alright but me thinking your an atheist for calling all homeschool parents who teach their children religion is bad? Your a genius.
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0 ups, 4m, 2 replies
I never said "teach". I said "indoctrinate", as in pushing your beliefs onto your kid so forcefully that you don't give them any say in the matter, and you don't want them to think for themselves.
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0 ups, 4m
It is all part of encultureation eh? If you never teach them anything else, is it indoctrination or just culture? Anywho, homeschooling is pretty neat. We came extremely close to homeschooling our little one this year due to the sucking of schools in our area. Depending on the state, it's a pretty broad thing to do. For example in my state the parent can withdraw the kid, and from then on determines everything about that kid's education. That includes when they graduate "highschool," which means that a legitimate and legal diploma recognized by the state is given to the kid without standardized testing. I was going to write a paper on it and did some preliminary research but I had some chaps in my class ninja me. It's interesting to note that if I recall correctly, a British article equated the downfall of public education to be tied with the government control of public education.
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0 ups, 4m, 1 reply
thats very rare when it comes to homeschooling actually... it almost never happens.
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1 up, 4m, 4 replies
Parents using home school to force their religious beliefs onto their children almost never happens? I don't believe that for one second.
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0 ups, 4m, 2 replies
Maybe it does happen. In fact, it certainly does. But you can't put everyone from a broad group into a limited box. One of the things you have to realize is that public schools, (and yes, I did attend a public school district,) tend to average out educational requirements. That means that slower students get left behind and quicker students are dragged down by everyone else, get bored and sometimes never reach their full potential. So you know those people who are obsessed with success? Some of those people pull their kids and use homeschooling to maximize their kids' potential and actually create an education that fits.

Other motives aside, one of the things you have to realize is that indoctrination seldom works. Children grow up. They get rebellious. A totalitarian mode of force-feeding viewpoints without providing a basis for why they should be believed is a wonderful way to put those viewpoints in a pretty shaky position, future-wise.
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0 ups, 4m
I wasn't intending to paint all homeschoolers with the same broad brush. I understand that different people have different reasons for doing it.

As far as indoctrination, it does work a lot of the time, but clearly not all of the time. It partly depends on the person being indoctrinated, and their ability to resist it.
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0 ups, 4m
exactly.
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0 ups, 4m
We have a strong homeschooling community here and many do it to keep the failing school system from cramming it's constantly changing pschological educational trends down their kids' throats.
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0 ups, 4m, 1 reply
it does rarely happen, are you actually part of homeschooling or are you just some public schooler who thinks he knows about homeschooling but actually doesnt?
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0 ups, 4m, 1 reply
Were you addressing me?
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0 ups, 4m
no, that was meant for octavia melody.
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0 ups, 4m, 1 reply
OH and for your information, iv been in about 5 homeschool groups, nobody forces anything, and all the kids have a choice for their religion :/
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1 up, 4m, 1 reply
You know for a fact that every single child in that homeschool group doesn't have religion pushed on them by their parents? I doubt that very much.
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0 ups, 4m, 1 reply
yes i do know it as a fact actually :)
also, like Basimpo said, its culture. you cant just simply take all homeschoolers, and assume they are all forced with their parents religion. anyway, this is my last reply because clearly, your just gonna keep on with this and i notice you ignore all other replies but mine, and all other replies are explaining things better than me. goodday.
1 up, 4m
I never said all homeschoolers have religion forced on them, but many do.

I can see why you would think I was ignoring other replies on this topic, but your assumption is incorrect. I haven't replied to all my notifications yet, and I hadn't seen their replies yet. But I can understand why you would jump to conclusions.

At this point I don't believe anything else you say. You're saying you know something that you can't possibly know without being around every one of those children every moment of the day. I think you're lying, and it's really sad.
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