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Witchstone [S] 3 points ago

We've jokingly quoted this line so much around the house that my kids have started repeating it. Gonna be a lot of red pills on the playground once we can go back.

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Witchstone [S] 14 points ago

If true then this really is the answer to the problem. It will create a whole lot of immune people after they best it and we'll finally have herd immunity to protect the vulnerable.

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Witchstone [S] 2 points ago

Glad you liked it and good use of resources!

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Witchstone [S] 3 points ago

If you look at the article he cites Simone de Beauvoir, a foundational femimist theorist, on the topic.

She was a literal Nazi sympathizer and collaborator during the French occupation.

Also, she supported pedophilia and helped groom adolescents for Jean Paul Sarte.

If the author's views on young boys are shapes by her, then no wonder he's screwed up.

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Witchstone [S] 3 points ago

Thanks for this post, we're expecting another soon and this has been my only real worry.

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Witchstone [S] 5 points ago

It's because they know we won't blow them to pieces that they attack us.

The problem is that Christians will only take so much before someone starts shouting "Deus vult".

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Witchstone [S] 25 points ago

Here's to hoping that Reddit will go the way of MySpace in the next term.

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Witchstone [S] 4 points ago

Dude, get on that and market it.

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Witchstone [S] 7 points ago

We are a one income family and I do not make a lot more than most people. If you are willing to live a more simplified life, you can make it happen. My wife chose to stay home and do the bulk of academics and we live on one income.

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Witchstone [S] 5 points ago

Forgot to add it, bit many community colleges offer credit classes for homeschool teens. Some are free even. Some even get you an associates degree or really close before they even hit 18. If your kid needs that for a future career, get a head start on it.

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Witchstone [S] 2 points ago

That's right! Depending on where you live, some schools have to offer extra curriculars to homeschool students too. Worth checking out.

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Witchstone [S] 7 points ago

My only regret is that I have but only one upvote to offer.

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Witchstone [S] 4 points ago

I can't speak to the quality of this type of resource so take this with a grain of liberal tears: I do not think doing public school at home is a good answer. It seems like a way to have the downsides of both and shifts responsibility away from the parent.

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Witchstone [S] 6 points ago

Good resource we used as well!

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Witchstone [S] 10 points ago

I guess we do have a system like that sort of. We have a sticker chart to track academic progress that earns them small prizes to pick.

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Witchstone [S] 3 points ago

That's great to hear!

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Witchstone [S] 3 points ago

I've thought about getting one for myself to create a Pi-Hole and stop internet ads forever.

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Witchstone [S] 4 points ago

Great! I would include some outdoor lessons if possible for biology and life science. Just used a pecan in my lawn to explain why squirrels store food, the plant growth cycle, and the state tree in one conversation.

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Witchstone [S] 13 points ago

I'm not quite there yet, but good idea for the future.

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Witchstone [S] 7 points ago

Holy crap, I'm going to steal this idea!

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Witchstone [S] 5 points ago

Exactly! Those are the little moments I was talking about!

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