"Why we banned legos"

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    It might look like something from thepeoplescube.com, but it isn't. In this Seattle private school, legos were banned because marxism implemented is the best teacher of all:

    For the greater good, never too young to teach a collective lesson. Happy to say, this crisis was solved and the legos were returned (conditionally) after some more indocrtrination. The new ground rules:

    She's serious:

    http://www.rethinkingschools.org/archive/21_02/lego212.shtml

    Re-education centers? WHAT re-education centers?
     
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    so what's the horrible problem? Sharing?
     
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    Yeah I think I miss a think 'cause I don't understand all this fuss about Legos.
     
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    If Legos are outlawed, only outlaws will have Legos.
     
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    They should only have one color and one size of lego as well, it would be terribly disturbing to have an unfair allocation of different legos to the students.
     
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    You don't seem to understand, 'It's for the children!'...
     
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    Of course it is for the childern, what a great lesson to teach them. The lego town can be a representation of a real town where all buildings and dwellings are exactly the same.
     
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    and how the world would be SO MUCH BETTER without competition and all that encompasses. :eusa_shifty:
     
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