“I’m right, you’re wrong, I’m big, you’re small.” The antagonist in the 1996 movie Matlida, Ms. Agatha Trunchbull, ran a tight ship a Crunchem Hall Elementary School. She told Harry Wormwood children are all mistakes and she was glad she was not ever one.
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No, not that kind of immigrant. Len Sweet has used the immigrant/native relationship to describe cultural shifts. Even though some of us would be considered native to the United States, we may well be like immigrants in an “Information Age” were our skills hone in the “Industrial Age.” Or, … Continue readingRead More