I didn’t watch the debates – in their entirety – last night. Not for lack of desire, but because my provider scheduled heavy maintenance. They took down everything; the TV, the net, the telephones, everything.
All in the name of progress, of course.
This morning there isn’t a dime’s worth of difference to the casual eye. But, it is better. They told me so.
I have a blurb I got off the local news feed this morning. My tiny mind is still struggling with it. It deals with school districts closing THEIR school district to busses from any other school district.
Think about that for a moment. A school district declaring turf, just like a gang banger in the hood. My turf. Keep you fucking school busses outa here.
Is that true? Can it be?
– Sep 15, 2015
Haven, KS — At least one KAKELAND school district is getting more protective about its district borders. The Haven district takes a tougher stance by not allowing buses from other districts to cross over into its territory to pick up students.
Haven’t a clue if it is legal or not. It seems like it would be in an organized system implied. Actually, not necessary – either having to warn others away or developing routes that didn’t over lap.
Could it have something with the quality of education where parents discriminate between schools and hence busses or has it something to do with color.
That last might be bad.
More likely, however, it has to do with money. Fewer students, fewer dollars.
From the reaches,