Shit you can’t say to your teacher?
It should be titled Shit I Should Say
Math teachers working out polynomial equations and over exaggerated problems of how Bill bought twenty-three hundred apples;
I should ask “When are we going to be taught how to pay taxes or spend money wisely?”
I should say that but I would be told it is not a math teacher’s job.
History teachers explaining the partisan link between the War on Terror and the events of September Eleventh 2001;
I should ask “Why are Americans only taught our point of view, should we not see our enemies view as well?”
I should say that but I would be accused of a lack of patriotism.
English teachers lecturing about how the damp, blue curtain represents a character drowning in depression;
I should ask “Could it not be a simple, detailed observation of the environment? How do you even know this is true, have you asked the author?”
I should say that but I would be seen as the personification of how blind Americans are to literary talent.
Science teachers setting up a lab experiment on human evolution;
I should ask “Have you ever witnessed human evolution?”
I should say that but I would be asked what proof I have on my own beliefs.
Administrators roaming the halls on campus defending the well-known, ‘seemingly’ well behaved kid; as another ‘suspicious’ student is given detention for self-expression;
I should ask “Why is a grown adult playing favoritism and having biased opinions toward a minority of any branch?”
I should say that but I would in turn be given detention.