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posted by RightWingExtremist in Off Topic

For the Readers of the Yarbrough Thread

February 26, 2013

You all might have seen some of my comments on the Yarbrough thread last night. I will take the time to sincerely apologize to the hard working men and women in our teachers. I will again sincerely apologize for offending anyone with those comments, even if they were what I really believed at the time. You have my regrets for flying off the handle. I know the value of a teacher, and I know the meaning of imparting knowledge on young minds. There are indeed some teachers who pay their out of their own pockets to teach their children, amidst the absence of any funding from the government, and I should have realized that. Therefore, I shall retract any of the statements I made within that thread.

Please forgive me. It does indeed appear that I was the one full of it.

Enjoy your afternoon.

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