WisVegas wrote:ThisCharmingFan wrote:
What are you trying to say? You realize she has a speech impediment
that requires surgery. The guy with a learning disability criticizing
You know there is a difference between a
physical limitation/disability and a learning disability.
Further, Rachel Jeantel reported she cannot read cursive writing,
which at best me be a visual disability, not a speech issue.
My issuing Rachel was to display the great things that are
produced via our educational program.
Our education system needs to change, but the members of the
union passed her from grade to grade. I
believe there are great teachers out there, but the demands on
their schedule coupled with the lack of
assistance of today’s parent(s) make it easy to comply with the
and make it society’s issue and not theirs.
I hope she take the educational offer given to her by some
radio person, and flourish the 2nd time around.
Our education system needs to change.
Ms. Jeantel has a speech impediment that needs surgery, she has a
structural underbite. She speaks three languages. She had a 3.0 in
high school and fell behind her senior year due to illness Are you
suggesting that she is a bad student? Produce it. More to the point is
that she is a young lady that has done nothing to deserve you even
mentioning her, let alone discuss in a thread ABOUT UTAH. And
certainly not from a guy who graduated from a glorified high school
like UNLV. You should be ashamed. Ashamed about making a statement
about her. Ashamed that you judge based on limited viewing. Ashamed
that you can't get the basic facts right. But, I guess you are an
example of bad parenting. You know there is a difference between a
physical limitation/disability and a learning disability,
right? Rachel Jeantel reported she cannot read cursive writing,
which at best me be a visual disability, not a speech issue. Are
you saying this is a win for the educational system?
You failed to address a key point here, which is that you're of such
limited intellect that you went to UNLV. I was most interested in your
response to that particular piece of truth.