RANT: Prison Camp Training

Friday, November 14, 2014

http://patriotrising.com/2014/11/04/education-indoctrination-defending-searches-security-director-says-every-school-drugs/

Prison Camp Training: Rockford School District Edition

Education indoctrination : Defending Searches, Security Director Says ‘Every School Has Drugs In It’
Posted November 4, 2014 5:03 pm by PatriotRising

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The ACLU of Michigan, however, sees things differently. “It turns students into suspects in a place where they should be nurturing them and focusing on their learning,” Mark Allen, the agency’s spokesman, told Mlive.com. “There are ways to do a search that are more narrow and don’t implicate people’s privacy rights.”

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Let’s remember the true purpose of the Prussian Model Gooferment Skrules:

  • cannon fodder for the Army,
  • willing morons for the factories, and
  • useful idiots to vote for and be led by the elite

Sorry, but throw in the “dumbing down” Common Core and the virtual insessent Brain Washing about Mother Earth and Father State, what else is this but training for prison?

Argh!

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SOFTWARE: Peanut Butter PC; better than nothing?

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/window-on-windows/peanut-butter-pc-trying-to-keep-kids-safe/6428?tag=nl.e101

Peanut Butter PC: Trying to keep kids safe

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Bottom line

In summary, although Peanut Butter PC as a product offers a good idea for making the computer safe for kids, some youngsters with more crafty hacking smarts could get around the confines of the custom desktop and back into the cruel, unprotected world of regular Windows. Although this application serves as a decent roadblock for some that aren’t familiar with computers, it cannot be considered a replacement to parental supervision. It is always important to monitor your child’s usage of the machine, just in case someone does end up finding a way around the fence. At the price of $24.95, it might be worth considering after you give the software a test run via Peanut Butter PC’s 15-day trial.

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Putting computing power in the hands of children is at best a calculated risk.

Perhaps, by putting it in their hands earlier, with instruction, examples, and SUPERVISION, can make it safer for all involved.

If I had a family, I’d put OPENDNS in the family’s router. That’ll help.

Reviewing logs is a good way to get to sleep at night.

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