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AQUA CULTURE


For as long as I can remember, school was a dreaded place they forced us to endure endless hours of useless information we never needed anyhow, taught by underpaid frustrated teachers trying to figure a way to get people interested in the everyday game of social team work of how to step on our classmates to get one rung higher to teachers pet. In other words the more junk we collect and store than everybody else the more valuable we are to society and as long as we remember how we got here, and spell it right, we receive a degree in old school that couldn’t get a job if their life depended on it... and in most cases does.

Welcome to America… May we take your order? The school of fast food is in session to feed wall street so when it falls it will be the teachers fault, after all they make a million dollars a year with benefits to teach the same old boring useless information in crumbling schools, wondering why our children and society are falling down the list to third world levels of stupid. So the rich get richer and the poor get nothing but a generation of Jerry Springer lives that learn nothing in school to use in their meaningless soap opera of life.

Schools should be a place to learn fun practical things of life we want to learn and will never forget because it was not forced on us. Do you remember when we were kids and we planted seeds in a cup or something? How you couldn’t wait to go to school and see how much the little plant grew? How much you cared for the life in the cup even though you never got anything out of the plant other than the vision of the journey of the cup of life. It somehow taught you more about life than when a little plant doesn’t mean that much anymore. It’s time to plant seeds of good in our children and teach them about real life and the things in it.

But American schools are broke because it was their responsibility to pay for the economic collapse caused by Wall Street. Why are so many states and schools broke? Where did all that money go? We can’t shut down fire, police, and schools but we could shut down the fat cats on Wall Street. In the mean time we propose to help the schools that teach our children and the next generations of what we hope are Americans.

Capitalism will destroy or assimilate everything that does not become a business and do it their way or the crumbling highway. The only way they will let the schools survive is if they are profitable, it’s the only language they understand. So we have come up with a “Profitable Classroom” or Aqua-culture 101 if you will, while the young learn about science, technology, engineering, math, environment, and a trade they could use beyond school and into real life that also makes good money to pay for the program and others as the school needs. It also teaches them to care about life instead of killing it in video games. All while saving the Oceans of the world by flooding the market with “Class Corals” or fish breed in captivity, eliminating the need to take wild creatures from the Oceans anymore. Bay grasses and oysters could also be grown by schools and sold to the state (once they get their (our) money back). America could come together and learn our way out of this mess and teach our schools to be a place we want to go and work our way back up the list of common sense, to a once again Great Nation we Pledged Allegiance to in school, or have we forgotten “Liberty and Justice for All” ...along with the other things we no longer use in life.