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Date Posted: 06:02:52 09/24/07 Mon
Author: All of the Trinity Star Defenders
Subject: Re: Is She Academically Qualified
In reply to: DUDC 's message, "Re: Is She Academically Qualified" on 11:48:53 09/14/07 Fri

Reality is a hard pill to follow. And by the way, they did not whip up on my daughter's team. My daughter was studying and preparing for the SAT and ACT when it appears as if they were playing BB for CHE.

But let's examine some of your statements.

You wrote:
"First, how can you generalize a school issue with a team that doesn't play during the school year?"

Whoever you are, you should understand that one can study and prepare for educational objectives outside of the school year. I would even say that successful college students at any level are successful because of this.

Maybe you should wait until school is in session and ponder this.

Then you wrote:

"When you get the exact number then compare that with the exact number that you get of those who didn't qualify. Those who did qualify outweighs those who didn't qualify doesn't it!"

You insist that I present exact numbers to support my statements, then you make the numbers based statement that the qualifiers outweigh the non-qualifiers, but you also do this without presenting any numbers!!!

Your answer should have been better since school is in session and you have a green light to study!

The you concluded by saying:

"And lastly, for you to make this statement shows you sense of ignorance because you made this generalization."

But your statements without supporting numbers are also generalizations. If this shows my sense of ignorance I see it, but it appears as if you are unaware of your sense of ignorance.

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