As a graduate of Monroe High School, class of 1987, I was so lucky to go to Rochester city schools back when there was a mix of races, of income levels. I took classes with recent immigrants from East Asia, with students who were Latino, with students who were African-American. I would love to see regional schools become a reality. I can understand the fear -- but why not start small, work out the kinks, & take on growth slowly? Surely the city has nothing to lose -- & surely the kids from the suburbs would have surprisingly so much to gain.
The show was REALLY a snoozer -- & I wasn't expecting much. The dancing boys did a good job, however. I'd rather have watched a show starring them!
Thanks, Eric, for blogging this season so well. Shante, you stay.
2034 is gonna ROCK!!!
I loved this film. I did wonder, though, how the producer ever thought he could sell Hollywood on such a wild film & wild director -- & why they couldn't turn to European sources for funding. But the project of the planning itself was worthwhile.
As much as I liked MILK, his range was limited. I noted his Dina Martina t-shirt in the workroom -- & I think he has the potential to evolve into a freak superstar like Miss Martina. Look forward to spectating his trajectory.
LaGanja, LaGanja... she truly is a bad batch of weed. Sashay, blow away.
I can't wait to once again join the gaggle of geeks tomorrow night! I love gaggling up.
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