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All I can say is "wow!" My favorite is the "even though he was right." I think education should be defined by not only providing children with basic knowledge, but also teaching children to THINK FOR THEMSELVES and not just accept something simply because someone in authority said it's so. I hope that teacher got more than an angry phone call.
I love "In the future, Alex would be better off simply accepting my teachings without resistance." Unstated: so he can be a stupid as I am.
Resistance is futile.