The Chemistry Set; an endangered species.


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Just HAD to share this with you – found it quite by accident.

We should be in agreement with the Twelve Angry Men, that depriving children of the power to experiment, especially with interesting and sometimes hazardous stuff, for limp anti-libertarian excuses, will hand all the advantages to Chindia while shuffling the West into the New Dark Age about which I complain so vociferously.

Perhaps there is a hidden agenda here; people who “know about (hard) science” will tend to be critical, thinking individuals; just the sort who are dangerous to guvmints.

SO SHUT UP AND WATCH YOUR TELLY*…..we gave it to you with your UB40, to tell you what to think and say.

THAT’S WHAT IT’S FOR….you Moron.

WE’LL TELL YOU WHAT TO THINK….and we wrote the curriculum (no “science”, coz’ it’s DANGEROUS. Al Gore is YOUR FRIEND, he WANTS TO HELP you. If you don’t listen to us, then you might find out how to think………and then we’ll have to RE-EDUCATE you.) 

AND WHEN TO THINK IT…..when we tell you there’s an “election”.

*Wireless Tele Vision

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3 responses to “The Chemistry Set; an endangered species.

  1. May I remind you of — or possibly introduce you to — an early 90s routine from the late, great Bill Hicks?

    I’ll show you politics in America. Here it is, right here.

    “I think the puppet on the right shares my beliefs.”

    “I think the puppet on the left is more to my liking.”

    “Hey, wait a minute, there’s one guy holding out both puppets!”

    “SHUT UP! Go back to bed America, your government is in control. Here’s Love Connection — watch this and get fat and stupid.”

    DK

  2. DK,

    Bill was spot on, as so often he was. This being the case, its not surprising that Rupert Murdoch is backing Hilary.

    If you haven’t seen it already, you should check out the interview he gave to Austin public access TV, which was the last one he did. There’s a link in this post I did on the great man:

    http://englandsfreedome.blogspot.com/2007/09/bill-hicks-gentleman-scholar-goat-boy.html

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