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Crackers!

Discussion in 'Teaching overseas' started by Rasputin., Jan 21, 2004.

  1. The capital of Venezuela is Caracas,
    they're quite keen there on maracas,
    If your life is taking a turn,
    why not make yourself a butter churn?
    If the tenor of your life appals,
    you can always take a running jump off the Angel Falls.
    It's a long way down,
    he said without a frown,
    wondering "is it suited in or suited to" or "a school who or a school that or which",
    Promotion is promotion is promotion
    and life is philosophy in action...

    Nonsense!
     
  2. The capital of Venezuela is Caracas,
    they're quite keen there on maracas,
    If your life is taking a turn,
    why not make yourself a butter churn?
    If the tenor of your life appals,
    you can always take a running jump off the Angel Falls.
    It's a long way down,
    he said without a frown,
    wondering "is it suited in or suited to" or "a school who or a school that or which",
    Promotion is promotion is promotion
    and life is philosophy in action...

    Nonsense!
     
  3. I hear people are buying chunks of land on Mars over the internet. Well, the man who popularised the split infinitive may well be right.

    Yes, we'll be holidaying on the Red Planet very soon-if, of course you can afford the $1m return (?) flight- and we'll be speculating.

    Yes, that's right. Who can build the finest and luxurious residential complex? Who can run and manage the first truly international school that embraces the education of the universe of the C21th?

    And who can set up the very first no thrills, cheap and cheerful, low-cost inter-planetary shuttle-line?

    Would anybody go to such a school, if they paid your return flights and a tax-free salary?

    Or are the schools, and their surroundings, languages, cultures, gastronomy and music on planet Earth worth praise rather than slagging off?

    Pls post here curriculum and name suggestions for the first Martian school.
     
  4. Well said, Mainwaring. Hey, the Gibbster, don't take offence, for, you have to ride the rough with the smooth in this life. Bonne chance/bon courage.
     
  5. Well, they have discovered water on Mars. Fannytastic. How about the

    International school & aquatic and pussygalore? Sex education will be compulsory along with philosophy, psychology and Martian studies.
     
  6. the hippo

    the hippo Lead commenter Community helper

    Silly, yes. Ugly? I hope not.
     

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