A simple yet impossible policy decision that could change our culture
Happy new year for the teacherpeople
Multiple universe time again!
In one universe, the standard model, the one we’re all moistly we’re in agreement with, this one? The new year begins on January 1.
In the universe of fools, where the logic of fools is dominant, new year’s day is April 1. I celebrate that day.
That’s a bit of pretense and a little pomp with a squidgy little bit of marketing. Utterly ineffective.
Think of it as this fool’s attempt to mimic the card makers when they invented Mother’s day.
Oh we all have our biases and blind spots.
Mine is towards teacherpeople.
The reasoning is simple.
I come from teacherpeople.
My mom was a teacher. My wife was a teacher. My grandmothers taught. My aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephew and even my daughter now teaches.
Many of you even are teacherpeople.
You teacher people you?
I’ve been surrounded by y’all my whole life. It’s no wonder I became a classic class clown and a Remarkable Fool.
But don’t worry my teacherpeople friends.
Please put down the angry red pen of…
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