Girl's Mandatory Education
  • Declan
    August 18, 2009

    Girl speaks the truth.

  • Sev
    August 24, 2009

    Wars have more explosions and swordfights than peace.

  • M
    August 30, 2009

    I do like swordfights.

  • Daniel
    October 2, 2009

    I luvs me teh swordfights.

  • Richard Dalloway
    November 8, 2009

    Girl does not speak truth. Where is this “steady course of civilization and culture” of which she speaks?

    Naive little Girl.

  • Joshua
    February 8, 2010

    Wars are a part of history just as much as peace is. In fact, the word peace means nothing without conflict to explain what such a concept is, and of course, the same could be said of war in regards to peace. Wars a not all of history, yes; but a gap in history? No. Still, any history class teaching only wars is teaching only a half truth.

  • Tangleflower
    April 4, 2010

    I’ve always made a point not to listen to anything I’m told in history class. I refuse to pass judgement until time machines allow me to see for myself.

  • Dante
    August 13, 2010

    Lately I have been noticing how much has been left out of the history education I received in school. It has the distinct tang of being whitewashed. I recently learned that we tested nuclear weapons at some point and thousands of native Australians died. You still can’t go there and it is an important area for their religion.

  • Diggy
    November 22, 2010

    American history is strange. I don’t know that it’s false, but it seems like things were left out.

    But I suppose that’s to be expected. To incite the wrath of Tritus, the winners write the history books.

  • scott
    November 9, 2011

    god i could use a piece of that

  • Charlie
    December 24, 2012

    Reading list:
    Custer Died For Your Sins by Deloria
    The War Against the Weak by Black
    and, of course, A People’s History of the United States by Zinn.

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