Q. How jaw-droppingly wrong can one person be?

A. A LOT.

With “friends” like this, the young woman in question doesn’t need any enemies.

Anyway, at the rate she’s going, she will change the world, and this “friend”, one hopes, will be the first domino to fall.

I only wish I’d been more like her when I was 15. And I wish there’d been more people like her in my class at school, too.

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3 Responses to Q. How jaw-droppingly wrong can one person be?

  1. I agree with all that. What more can I say? She’s awesome. I hope that if I have a daughter, she will be like her.

  2. Jim Hadstate says:

    I sure hope that she is seeing this person at school and not around her house. Otherwise her parents are a FAIL Extraordinaire as parenting.
    She is magnificent and her friend needs a brain enema, if they can find a brain to give her one.

  3. Kitty says:

    This is the very subject I am touching on tomorrow to correspond to the National Walkout being orchestrated by Wisconsin students. Too often, we diminish the voices of the young, the voices of the student, because we believe they are empty vessels who can only be manipulated or that they are hopelessly naive and have pie in the sky dreams. The walkout’s facebook page has its detractors saying that unions and evil teachers are manipulating the students into protesting for them, when it is the students’ voices that we ignore at our own peril…

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