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Lori Alexander 73: Looking for Reading Comprehension, Empathy, or Self-awareness.

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louisa05
2 hours ago, kmachete14 said:

oh yeah, I had to comment on that "M" post. As a teacher, I couldn't help myself. 

I have a feeling this child is doing single-variable algebra. For example: x + 3 = 9. Solve for x. An advanced 7 year old can do that. 

Anyways, I did leave a comment leaving the appropriate math skills for a 9 year old and encouraging parents to use standards or a grade based curriculum. 

Most curriculum now starts those algebra skills as early as 1st grade with problems like 4+_____=5.  And most first graders can do that.  
 

I concur that M probably thinks that’s advanced algebra. Which is why a lot of parents shouldn’t be homeschooling. 

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rayneflower
35 minutes ago, louisa05 said:

Most curriculum now starts those algebra skills as early as 1st grade with problems like 4+_____=5.  And most first graders can do that.  
 

I concur that M probably thinks that’s advanced algebra. Which is why a lot of parents shouldn’t be homeschooling. 

For real!!

I find it funny that Lori only wants to homeschool, but doesn't want Mothers to have know anything. Also, if she is promoting homeschooling shouldn't she have a program that, she shoves down her supporters throats, promotes? 

She want's to say she supports homeschooling, but not education. Does she want the mothers to teach their girls to just cook and clean and service their husbands and then actually 'school' boys? 

 

Edited to add, my husband and I were talking about this. I'm a Christian, I was raised Pentecostal. HE was like it's bad when even you don't accept her beliefs. 

 

 

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Sarah92

If she can say this why can’t she say, “ I’m not a feminist and believe that the women’s primary role is in the home but I don’t think these things should divide us. That our focus should be on our relationship with Christ and how we interact with each other using the Fruits of the Spirit”. 

An example being when I came out to my closest friends. Neither of them at this time really agree with being gay (or acting it out I should say) but respect me even after I came out to them as bi. I told them that I don’t expect them to change their views, I just ask that they respect me and don’t lecture me. Both are willing to have a conversation about it and potentially change their views. Now this is not what a lot of people experience and I waited quite some time to do this but I watched by their actions and words if they are safe people to tell. Both support gay rights so that helped. But does Lori communicate that she’s a safe person? Teachers and Mentors should be safe people. She can’t even leave women alone in the name of Christian unity. 

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wallysmommy

Lori Alexander - Exceedingly Stupid in Every Way.

 

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elliha
13 hours ago, louisa05 said:

Most curriculum now starts those algebra skills as early as 1st grade with problems like 4+_____=5.  And most first graders can do that.  
 

I concur that M probably thinks that’s advanced algebra. Which is why a lot of parents shouldn’t be homeschooling. 

My daughter is 7 and her last math homework was exactly this type of math. She didn't find it hard and I think she is not terribly advanced in math but not bad at it either.

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louisa05

I’m trying to recall what exactly I did in 2nd grade yesterday that opposed or was hostile to Christianity.  Maybe you all can help. Here’s a rundown of the day: 

Grammar: practiced possessive nouns

Math: counting coins

Reading: read and talked about 3 poems that described animals. Then groups read books about studying animals, playing soccer (characters were boys so no problem there), and some animals on a scavenger hunt.  
Kids had PE, then lunch & recess

Read a few chapters of Charlotte’s Web. They played math games with addition and subtraction.  
 

Guidance came and did a story & discussion about manners. 

Science: A lesson about properties of materials. One part was “why does a tire make a good swing” and the other was about engineers designing things. The engineers pictured in the book were all men, though, so I did tell them that a female friend of mine is an engineer.  So I suppose that was the big moment of opposition and hostility. 
 

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kpmom
2 hours ago, louisa05 said:

I’m trying to recall what exactly I did in 2nd grade yesterday that opposed or was hostile to Christianity.  Maybe you all can help. Here’s a rundown of the day: 

 

 

You did well with some things, but unless one of those possessive nouns was "God's perfect ways", you dropped the ball there.

And since Charlotte is a female, and "women" have no business protecting anyone (even a pig), I could see that book being hostile to Lori and her brand of Christianity.

Guidance doing a discussion about manners is good, but did they discuss women showing their bottoms at the beach and how it's ok for kids to yell at them?

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Maggie Mae

I suspect that "M" isn't a parent at all. 

And WTF "Paige" 

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How often would religious views come up in 99% of class, anyway? 2+2 is the same everywhere. Hola! Donde esta la biblioteca has nothing to do with Jesus. I guess maybe in Paige's world we should skip basic conversations used in schools and go straight to asking about God, because that's useful. The periodic table of elements is the same regardless of religious beliefs. 

It makes me sick that these people think that kids don't deserve a basic education. 

I don't know about any of you, but porn existed before phones and no one ever offered to show me porn at recess. Occasionally there was a picture of JTT with his shirt off from the latest copy of 16 magazine or Tiger Beat; eventually graduated to I think it was called "Circus" which mainly had pictures of shirtless musicians on stage. 

9 minutes ago, kpmom said:

And since Charlotte is a female, and "women" have no business protecting anyone (even a pig), I could see that book being hostile to Lori and her brand of Christianity.

Life is hostile to Lori and her brand of Christianity. That's how she likes it. 

 

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Free Jana Duggar
17 hours ago, rayneflower said:

For real!!

I find it funny that Lori only wants to homeschool, but doesn't want Mothers to have know anything. Also, if she is promoting homeschooling shouldn't she have a program that, she shoves down her supporters throats, promotes? 

She want's to say she supports homeschooling, but not education. Does she want the mothers to teach their girls to just cook and clean and service their husbands and then actually 'school' boys? 

 

Edited to add, my husband and I were talking about this. I'm a Christian, I was raised Pentecostal. HE was like it's bad when even you don't accept her beliefs. 

 

 

My (former SBC pastor) husband would say women shouldn't be senior pastors but even he called Lori batsh*t.  

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rayneflower

I would honestly love her opinion of me. 

My husband and I lived together before we got married,  I'm not the best housekeeper, I dont eat all organic (sometimes I buy organic if I have the extra budget) and the shock, my husband helps me with housework!!

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delphinium65
2 hours ago, rayneflower said:

I would honestly love her opinion of me. 

My husband and I lived together before we got married,  I'm not the best housekeeper, I dont eat all organic (sometimes I buy organic if I have the extra budget) and the shock, my husband helps me with housework!!

When Lori passes judgment, the rest of us consider it a badge of honor, and we wear it with pride.  :happy-cheerleadersmileygirl:  

My life motto:  Live in a way that horrifies Lori.  

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SongRed7

Just because I'm BEC today. From Twitter today, proving once again that she wasn't lying when she said she didn't learn anything in school.  What kind of sentence construction is this?? "anything" would be better choice. 

And I would add it's NOT Hallmark channels job to promote Christianity. It's a secular channel.  Guess we know what she was watching today.  Probably for research purposes only! Ha!

 

 

TTW: "How come few, if any, Hallmark Christmas movies show nothing about the reason for Christmas? No churches, nativity scenes, no songs based on Christ’s birth. Nothing! Is it so anti-God that they can’t even mention what Christmas is all about?"

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wallysmommy

I can't even believe she did this...Never mind.  Someone called it as a fake account.  This was the Twitter post where someone using her name said the children shot in CA deserved it.

 

 

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Free Jana Duggar
2 hours ago, SongRed7 said:

Just because I'm BEC today. From Twitter today, proving once again that she wasn't lying when she said she didn't learn anything in school.  What kind of sentence construction is this?? "anything" would be better choice. 

And I would add it's NOT Hallmark channels job to promote Christianity. It's a secular channel.  Guess we know what she was watching today.  Probably for research purposes only! Ha!

 

 

TTW: "How come few, if any, Hallmark Christmas movies show nothing about the reason for Christmas? No churches, nativity scenes, no songs based on Christ’s birth. Nothing! Is it so anti-God that they can’t even mention what Christmas is all about?

 I can't stand "how come". It sounds so childish.  

Yes, the sentence construction is awful. What she's saying is that most Hallmark movies DO show the reason for Christmas.

 

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rayneflower

Her Twitter is all over the place today. From sexual, to women preachers, to her being in college. 

 

 

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Marmion
On 11/12/2019 at 11:42 PM, ladyicantxplain said:

Aaron the "pastor" of Repentance Cry writes:

 

"After the Fall, God firmly and protectively set up the gender roles for humanity. In Genesis 3, God said to the woman: “I will greatly multiply thy sorrow and thy conception; in sorrow thou shalt bring forth children; and thy DESIRE SHALL BE to thy husband, and he SHALL RULE over thee.”

The word “rule” in Hebrew is the word mashal. It literally means, to have dominion, to reign, to rule, to have power over. God’s divine plan is for the husband to have dominion over, to reign over, to rule over, and to have power over his wife. When that order is reversed, the husband and wife become the very antitheses of God’s plan. Their marriage becomes fingernails on the chalkboard of God’s holiness."

 

Has this man noticed that the Bible says we're REDEEMED from the curse?  We're no longer under some curse.  Because of Jesus.  Jesus set us free from the law of sin and death,  the Bible says.  This man is no pastor.  This man is an abuser and fosters the abuse of women by perverting scriptures to give men power over women. 

God have men AND women dominion over the earth.  Not over each other.  Mercy of God this man is a false teacher. 

There are various ways of interpreting Genesis 3 :16  https://kbonikowsky.wordpress.com/2011/07/12/problem-passages-genesis-316/   Of course , being that I am a feminist , I would prefer the egalitarian   view . But at any rate , this passage , even if taken to mean what others claim it means , would still be counterbalanced by this verse .  Matt. 20 : 25-28  So that any leadership that the husband is to have is properly that of a servant leader .  Not for his own selfish purpose , but rather for God's higher purpose of common good .  

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Sarah92

I think it’s fair to be worried about exposure to porn. Many of the kiddos I work with have been exposed to porn very early on. Some before ten. And porn use has disrupted the formation of healthy relationships among, well people in general let alone young people. However, what we’re really lacking in is talking with our young people about sex. So many parents freak out and avoid the porn talk until it’s too late. They don’t talk about real vs. mostly misogynistic fantasy. They should talk about that and the fact that sending nudes can get kids in trouble with the police etc. Heck, parents are so bad at talking about sex and anatomy that I’ve run into kids who don’t even know how to wash their private parts. (As a counselor, I get to talk about all kinds of fun things like that with kids. So many awkward questions. 😅

Christian who are afraid of sending their kids to school often just want to avoid having hard talks. I’ve mentioned before that I met Christians so sheltered that they never got the sex talk from their parents and they were in their late teens. 

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Red Hair, Black Dress

My response to Brian Sauve's "Things I haven't regretted for a second":

1.  Being raised Catholic, not fundievangelical
2.  Being a feminist, taught this by example by my SAHM feminist mother and feminist father who told his daughters there were absolutely no limitations on what they could do or achieve
3.  Attending public school for 12 years
4.  Going to college and then graduate school (twice)
5. Living alone, away from home, working, dating, and single in my 20s - good times, good times
6.  Marrying Mr Dress when I was 32; marriage at 20 would have been like death for me
7.  Not having children, wasn't a plan it just worked out that way
8.  Continuing my career after marriage, never even a question I wouldn't -- encouraged  all these years by Mr Dress, feminist himself, my cheerleader (as I'm his)
9.  Being glad Mr. Dress doesn't have to work 2 jobs so I can be a "keeper at home"
10. Being thrilled my Christian marriage (or "christian" in Lori's parlance) isn't submissive, patriarchal and "full of hard joys and weighty fruits" (WTH does that even mean)

And ..... (drum roll please) ....the piece de resistance

11. Sooooooo glad I'm not Lori nor have her sad, pitiable, limited, restricted, joyless, unloved, unhappy, boring life, 

 

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rayneflower

Drumroll please! 

 

Lori posted a tweet blasting people who disagree with her (Offend her as she put it) and calling people mean.

 

Is she that insecure that she has to blast people who don't believe in her 'preaching'? Lori, that tweet was like a 5 year old getting a toy took from the playground.

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Chocolate Lover
1 hour ago, rayneflower said:

 

Lori posted a tweet blasting people who disagree with her (Offend her as she put it) and calling people mean.

 

So she can give it but can't take it?!  🤨

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SongRed7
13 hours ago, rayneflower said:

Her Twitter is all over the place today. From sexual, to women preachers, to her being in college. 

she had a lot more time on her hands because she obviously didn't like what was showing on Hallmark yesterday. :pb_lol:

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delphinium65
8 hours ago, rayneflower said:

Is she that insecure...

Yes. Yes, she is.  

In other news in LoriLand, today she's talking about Christmas.  Why does Lori even want to celebrate Christmas?  Women aren't commanded to celebrate Christmas, and you won't find any such command in the Bible.  No, not one!  Lori is just an evil Jezebel, wanting to do more than women are commanded to do.  I guess she just doesn't love her god, or his perfect ways. 

That's LoriLogic™.  And yes, it sounds just as stupid when Lori says it.  

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kpmom
3 minutes ago, usmcmom said:

I’ll just leave this right here. 

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And when your husband is (possibly) on his death bed, your children will be gathered around him, but you'll be two hours away at a vacation house.

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1 hour ago, kpmom said:

And when your husband is (possibly) on his death bed, your children will be gathered around him, but you'll be two hours away at a vacation house.

Same for her mother.  No one or nothing gets in the way of Queen Lori's vacation.  After all, why do it yourself, when it's so much easier to ask someone else to do it for you.

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