Public School Teachers To Issue Summer Book-Burning Lists

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Yes, all my sweet little non-gender students, there are reading lists for politically correct books and those for what we call problematic literature that we code as Fahrenheit 451. Click the link for further instruction~~
SOURCE URL: https://babylonbee.com/news/public-school-teachers-issue-students-their-summer-book-burning-list


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  • Posted by $ blarman 1 month, 2 weeks ago
    It's kind of funny (in a tragic way), but if this pandemic has done nothing else it has exposed the teachers' unions for what they are: money-grubbing politicians with no sense of what is actually good for the children.
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  • Posted by Boynton1 1 month, 2 weeks ago
    It's Germany all over again and we conservatives are being called Nazis by the real Nazis. Actually, Conservatives are the new Jews. If you think I'm wrong, remember Kristallnacht and consider Portland and all that has happened thereafter. A corrupted election and people masquerading as Trump supporters creating a confrontation at the Capital so that we would be called Insurrectionists.
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    • Posted by bobsprinkle 1 month, 2 weeks ago
      I absolutely agree with the idea that the left is keeping the military in place. It is like a scab that is constantly picked at and never heals. This is exactly what the left (aka dummycrats) want.
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  • Posted by $ Stormi 1 month, 2 weeks ago
    This is exactly why I never got an Amazon Kindle! I remember a while back they wiped out some titles from member Kindles, without notifying them. That told me, get hard copy, they cannot touch. This is "Anthem" in the making. Today these titles, coming soon "Atlas Shrugged!"
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  • Posted by chad 1 month, 2 weeks ago
    There have always been people who could not adjust well to life. Some have dysphoria's about their limbs and think it is wrong to walk. Those people are considered mentally deficient and unable to correctly discern an appropriate function. It is important to help them. Unless they want to cut off their penis, or add one, then they are encouraged. Gender has not been incorrectly assigned at birth (as a recent National Geographic article claims), the moment an egg is fertilized it is coded either XX or XY and every cell in the body has DNA for man or woman. There is nothing inherently wrong with being either, though there are some physical differences there is not much else that limits our ability to live and enjoy who we are. Life was meant to be enjoyed and lived well.
    Should any misinformation not be allowed to exist? No. It allows study and comparison and the ability to make correct and moral choices. Some will fail at this. Those who choose freedom can only teach and encourage its choice. Those who choose slavery and malicious conduct must always rely on fear and the use of violence to ensure their faults continue.
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  • Posted by Owlsrayne 1 month, 1 week ago
    The library in my city has a well stock used bookstore where you can by by books inexpensively and the few times I've been there I find mostly older folk like myself there. Next time I go I'm going to ask if any young people come into the store. I'm beginning to wonder if young people don't know what books are, maybe they reading them on on-line or on an electronic reader ( I admit I have one too). To me there is something special about reading a physical book. I have one wall in my office with several tiers of books that all have been read. I keep that many to reference from time or re-read. If the way things are going I'll have some banned book titles as well.
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    • Posted by $ 1 month, 1 week ago
      Me dino is surrounded by books on shelves as I peck on my PC keyboard. Most pertain to World War One, which I'm fascinated with and are used as references for a novel I've been working on forever. Believe it or not, I have only one book about dinosaurs and I don't even know where it is. Well, it has to be in this room some place. I know that much for sure.
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      • Posted by Owlsrayne 1 month, 1 week ago
        I have have a mini-library starting with Ancient Civilizations, Civil War Nautical Battles, WW2 Merchant Marine Convoys, Rocketry, Electricity, Scifi & Fantasy, whole section on Religious studies, & small section on the Occult fiction & non-fiction.
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  • Posted by Jstork 1 month, 1 week ago
    It is becoming surreal. The hypersensitivity along with distractions that decrease producitivity that have developed may eventually lead to our ruination.
    I have many books in my collection that were slated for the heap.
    My daughter and I have good discussions about what happened in the past, and propose how we could address such issues in the present.
    Do we really want such people educating our children and future leaders?
    Next: music, movies, and videos.
    Start collecting.
    I shake my head in disgust.
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  • Posted by preimert1 1 month, 2 weeks ago
    I get many a laugh from the "Babalon Bee"
    is sorta like "The Onion" or "Mad". The article says at the bottom that its not satire, but it sure reads like it is.
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