On Jun 19, 2014, at 6:04 PM, Louis Talman <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> You seem to believe that you have, at one time or another, said something meaningful > or profound. > > As I said: Dream on.
According to most others I speak with, I have. According to the control of my son?s educational future that I now posses, paid for with years of research and debate, I have. While you were pretending to teach calculus to students pretending to listen, I was seeking the truth in all things education, at every turn and at every level. In my line of work and at my level I have more *teaching* moments in a day than you have in a semester. And I would have no problem finding a month to fly out to you and teach your class calculus and show you how it is done. And unlike the king of tall tales with multiple flats, I don?t need you to pay a dime. The pleasure would be all mine. Because, unlike you, I love teaching. And you might learn something.
My wording is not imprecise enough to confuse you. My wording doesn't confuse other people I speak with so how is it even possible that they confuse a PhD who prides himself on his advanced language arts skills? It is the subject you two have a problem with. Teaching.