Mike could not control the classroom

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« The use of excessive police force in Spring Valley High School in South Carolina triggered widespread disagreement.  Words of support to the difficult situation Officer Fields face without any compassion for the girl being so violently handled is bull shit.  One does not have to be a father so see the violence through the eyes of father.  One only needs to call on human emotion onboard with our human equipment at birth.  I was a laboratory manager of an food research and food quality lab in Michigan.  Mike, who held a subordinate position to mine for two years, was previously a teacher.  By Mike’s declaration he had to find new employment, because he could not control the classroom.  Mike was bright, an educated scientist, and just awesome in so many ways.  I took pleasure in the way I could infect his thinking.  We worked on projects together, and he engaged his high-powered mind on the objective during off time, and we’d resume in an advanced position somehow benefited from Mike’s intense thought.  Mike could not control the classroom, and he solved the problem by finding alternative employment, and the Spring Valley High School teacher solved a discipline problem by calling the cops.  The people who reacted without a moment to imagine themselves in the teacher and the cops situation are failing the peace process.  A failure to control the classroom is a significant problem.  Mike quit and the viral-vid teacher called the cops.  Much is at stake, and a reaction that only sees 100% and 0% or 0% and 100% blocks progress.  The end of my employment in Michigan was contentious, and former-fellow employees have reason to feel blocked to having any contact with me.  It’s never too late with me, and I’d respond favorably to a reach. »» about me  302-990-2346  twitter  nearlincoln@hotmail.com  contact us

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middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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