Monday, April 29, 2013


Prominent feminist writer Mary Thom, 68, died Friday from injuries sustained in a motorcycle crash.

She was one of the founders of Ms. magazine.

Speaking of obituaries, is there anything that can be learned from the rise and crashing fall of one of the nation's leading sociopaths?

I am not kidding when I say Michelle Rhee is a sociopath. She fits the description to a "t."

Tell me about it:

Forty-six percent of all US adults did not have insurance for the full year, or had coverage that provided insufficient protection from health costs. Nearly a third—55 million—were uninsured at some time in 2012. Some 30 million people—an additional 16 percent—were insured, but had such high out-of-pocket costs that they could be considered underinsured, according to the report.

Whatever you do, don't do it.

Don't go into teaching anyway; you will be used and abused and tossed out like garbage if you are unlucky enough to have a bad administrator.

I had two terrible ones in a row, and they made my life hell.

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