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Re: i don't really know what is going on, but...

Posted by alexandra_k on December 7, 2020, at 6:15:15

In reply to Re: i don't really know what is going on, but..., posted by alexandra_k on December 7, 2020, at 5:34:57

I was alright when I was a kid at a private school...

We had a relief teacher one day, though, and she was horrible to me, and I didn't understand why.

I wasn't allowed to play games with all the other kids. I had to stay behind in the classroom doing my work that I hadn't finished. As my punishment for not having finished my work. The work I was required to do involved me answering questions about... I think it was nursery rhymes. Only, I had never read those nursery rhymes so I simply did not know the answer to those questions. We didn't have those books and I wasn't expected to find the answers in the books. I was expected to sit and feel bad that I didn't know the answer to everything while other kids got to play games.

Then the principle (who was kind) sent one of the older kids in to check on whether I was okay (because our school didn't typically do things like that -- isolating a kid like that). And she told me the answers and I wrote them down.

And what was the lesson in that? I don't know. The teacher was a bitch.

I'm expected to slow down and wait for everybody else...

And then I'm expected to stay back while they overtake me.

When my Mother and my Father split up and I lived with my Mother my life changed a lot...

Things got a lot worse...

I think because the Mothers of the kids did not like my Mother and did not like me.

People started treating us like garbage because she was a solo parent on welfare. Social ostracism.

And then, I guess, when you start treating people like garbage, the intention is to carry on...

The attitude or spirit in NZ is that I have been picked out to do various things at various points in time. I was picked out to do Philosophy. And then Auckland picked me out to do law. And I decided that I wanted to do something that was different from the things I had been picked out to do. Ungrateful little bitch. NZ is now entitled to teach me a lesson until I comply.

So what do I do today? Why... I slave for the courts.

It is unclear whether the University has the authority to set eligibility criterion when there are more eligible applicants than places available.

It is genuinely possible that parliament passed the statute with the intention of getting the University to train a reasonable volume of studnets for various programmes and intended to incentivise them to encourage people to actively apply for programmes by threatening to force them to be required to enrol domestic adults (ugh) if they didn't manage to collect up enough applications to enrol.

It is genuinely possible that that was parliaments intent.

Not to provide special protection for a class of people (domestic adults) from the council (where the council would prefer to train / sexually violate / bully teenagers)... In the interests of fairness (since the teenagers would tehmselves grow up to be 20 one day).

It didn't occur to me that parliament would be as... Ur.... Retarded... As to be thinking the former...

But I guess that makes sense of why the council is so very determined that certain programmes are highly competitive. By which they mean the council really goes gunning to eliminate certain people from selection.

Certain people like me.




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