I've been an educator for 21 years...and let me tell you, I have seen some stuff!!!
My bullet points:
-Standardized tests are a joke! Another way the government collects data.
-Good administrators are worth their weight in gold... I've only ever worked for 1 out of 7 in my 21 years. However, districts like to hire a lot and this costs $$$ My school has a principal, 2 assistant principals and a dean of students... a little excessive on a school with about 1000 students
-Sports need to either charge what it actually costs to run the programs, or be taken out of schools. My district spends close to $850,000 a year for kids to play sports... and this is just at the middle school level. We only charge a $50 athletic fee!
-Get rid of teachers that don't pull their weight!
-Pay teachers at a competitive rate. What smart person is going to choose a career whose level of pay keeps decreasing?
-Destroy social media! Then parents will actually put down their phones and pay attention to what's happening with their children!
I don’t give a piss, many Physicians agree with him; and he still knows more about medicine than all of us put together.
Unless we have a specialist Physician, or perhaps a Nurse Practitioner amongst us.
Well, in the case with Rolex and many other brands they sell, the items are purchased from sources other than the actual brand. As a result no factory warranty is present. The brands have no control over it.
Just because a person is smart in something doesn't mean he's stupid in everything else.
I believe in scientific consensus as it is obvious even all the smart guys don't agree with everything. At some point you have to trust someone.