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6/11/2004 c1 vanburen
My mother has taught special ed children for nearly 3 decades, and I never thought about how much she was needed until now. Your writing is funny and insightful at the same time, you have an excellent command of grammar and syntax, and I just overall enjoyed this, and so I'm going to put you on my favorites lists because you you deserve more reviews. (and thanks for the review, I may have come off as a bit callous in the essay, but it *does* disappoint me that so many wonderful authors go unnoticed)
3/17/2004 c1 chronic asshole
excuse me were you talking to me or MrFlames when you typed this?
James Jago
ch3, anon. Look, I really think you need to stop before you get lynched. This sounds like you actually mean it
1/26/2004 c1 27Loganberry
Worcestershire, where I live, mostly has a three tier system (5-9, 9-13, 13-18 with sixth forms as part of the high schools), but really I want to comment on the main subject of your essay.
I really enjoyed this; the affection you felt for "special ed" comes through very strongly, and your explanations of how things are set up were very clear. As you know from a while back, someone close to me has Asperger's, but they went to a special school (although probably wouldn't have done these days).
That's a seriously old joke about Newton, though; I suspect it's been around since Neptune was discovered!

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