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    there talkin out of their arses again!


    http://education.guardian.co.uk/alev...022094,00.html
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    What we have here is a classic case of denial. This guy fails to acknowlegde his own mortality. We are the next generation and we were designed to replace him. Tough break but hey, the same will happen to us.

    I recently sat a bunch of A level maths papers as revision going back to the 60's. They were no harder, infact they required much more wrote learning in my opinion and less ability to apply knowledge.

    One other point, whoever this guy is he doesn't accept that some of our generation are very bright, arrogant whelp. He writes his article with big words used out of context, his quotes are inaccurate. It would fail to score a C at A level

    D- SEE ME

    Furthermore, I would like to extend to the author any intellectual challenge of their choice. Believe me mate, I would have stuffed you in A levels or any exam then or now. It is pathetic to listen to you lash out even though you yourself are terrified of us. Just another impotent old hack. Well I hope you read this, please die soon, you are taking up valuable oxygen.
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    (Original post by mensandan)
    What we have here is a classic case of denial. This guy fails to acknowlegde his own mortality. We are the next generation and we were designed to replace him. Tough break but hey, the same will happen to us.

    I recently sat a bunch of A level maths papers as revision going back to the 60's. They were no harder, infact they required much more wrote learning in my opinion and less ability to apply knowledge.

    One other point, whoever this guy is he doesn't accept that some of our generation are very bright, arrogant whelp. He writes his article with big words used out of context, his quotes are inaccurate. It would fail to score a C at A level

    D- SEE ME

    Furthermore, I would like to extend to the author any intellectual challenge of their choice. Believe me mate, I would have stuffed you in A levels or any exam then or now. It is pathetic to listen to you lash out even though you yourself are terrified of us. Just another impotent old hack. Well I hope you read this, please die soon, you are taking up valuable oxygen.
    I agreed with ya until the whole dying bit, which seemed kinda harsh

    Phil

    dying rocks

    ROCK ROCK.

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    (Original post by Unregistered)
    dying rocks

    ROCK ROCK.

    bloodhound
    You're back

    Phil

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    You're back

    Phil
    ow. u should apply for some detective work with ur brilliant sense of observation


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    Yes maybe I will edit that and put.

    "I hope something slightly unpleasant happens to you such as stubbing a toe or spilling luke warm tea on your best purple velvet flares".
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    (Original post by mensandan)
    Yes maybe I will edit that and put.

    "I hope something slightly unpleasant happens to you such as stubbing a toe or spilling luke warm tea on your best purple velvet flares".
    That's slightly less drastic, and better

    Phil
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    (Original post by Unregistered)
    ow. u should apply for some detective work with ur brilliant sense of observation


    bloodhound

    That's a thought,

    Philh
 
 
 
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