Re: The not so great Dumbledore
- From: Louis Epstein <le@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 18 Sep 2008 22:09:16 -0500
Deevo <mckenzie@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
: <remysun2000@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
: On Jan 5, 2:35 pm, Thom Madura <Tommad...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
:>> For hundreds of years - Nuns used bullying and corporal punishment
:>> tactics to teach in catholic schools. Many still do. That lead many
:>> people to a very correct decision - that the religion wasn't real.
:>When and where? Corporal punishment has gone out as the
:> lawsuits rolled in.
: Yes they did but not that many years ago. While I didn't go through a
: Catholic education, the Catholic schools had a reputation for being almost
: brutal in my schooldays (I graduated High School in 1982). And the cane was
: still used in my times too.
: Frankly while there were undeniably extreme examples which went beyond what
: would be generally beneficial a disciplined approach with some corperal
: punishment isn't necessarily a bad thing.
Indeed,a world of perfect justice can not be a world without suffering;
if those who behave foolishly never suffer ill consequences then the
foolishness will proliferate without end.
The World Trade Center towers MUST rise again,
at least as tall as before...or terror has triumphed.
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