“The biggest advice people ask me: “What do I do?” I just say make stuff. Do stuff. As much as you possibly can. All my friends who are successful, that’s the thing we all have in common. We’re always making stuff. And you have to fail, too, and ask yourself, “Where did I screw up?”
Education is not the same as selling lemonade and rose water at a jumble sale. Perhaps you noticed? The product of our labour isn’t easily numbered, weighed or measured. How we do it isn’t amenable to regimentation or standarisation. The effects of our efforts sometimes aren’t seen until decades later.
The Love of Money: How schools became Markets, and everyone lost.
Currently listening. I can tell you that without a doubt, unless there is something phenom that we haven’t heard yet, or the studio version is disappointing, this is going to be my favorite song off of Born & Raised.
noxnoctisanimus asked: RE marijuana post: So I'm definitely guilty of using the wrong term but I'm trying to change& I just wanted to point out that the plant is called "hemp" or "cannabis" in English. The word "marijuana" was taken from the Spanish language and used in the US by competitive paper manufacturers to capitalize on public xenophobia in relation to Hispanic cultures and influence the public away from the very real benefits & advantages of cannabis like food, clothing, fuel, oil, agriculture, medicine, etc.
Oh, I completely agree. John Fugelsang had a great rant about how the term “marijuana” comes...