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[LW] Dragonsong

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#1 17 years ago

Let me start from beginning. Our grade is right now in the phase of an exchange project with a school in Boston (over Internet of course). One of the parts of the program was that we did an interview with a person here and posted it on our school's server. They've got to read it and started posting comments about them on their forum. Well here's what one girl posted about mine mad.gif

"The interview was easy to read because it was just a summary, and for someone that doesn't speak English it was written pretty well."

Yes, and I suppose I'm typing this in Chinese right now mad.gif I've heard some Americans call Polish stupid before, but I have to say that in many ways Americans are much more stupid than we are

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#2 17 years ago

Yes, well, I tend to get the feeling the humans are dumber than us.

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Jethro

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#3 17 years ago

Originally posted by [LW] Dragonsong: Let me start from beginning. Our grade is right now in the phase of an exchange project with a school in Boston (over Internet of course). One of the parts of the program was that we did an interview with a person here and posted it on our school's server. They've got to read it and started posting comments about them on their forum. Well here's what one girl posted about mine mad.gif "The interview was easy to read because it was just a summary, and for someone that doesn't speak English it was written pretty well." Yes, and I suppose I'm typing this in Chinese right now mad.gif I've heard some Americans call Polish stupid before, but I have to say that in many ways Americans are much more stupid than we are

Lets see the interview bro. biggrin.gif I'm curious now. wink.gif

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#4 17 years ago

lmao!

Try not to be offended by some of our people's ignorance... we're not all that stupid, I assure you. It just happens that the most dense are often the most vocal. Every society has its "weak links." biggrin.gif

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#5 17 years ago

I r not sputid, cince wen is entillegence facterred intwo mutch now a dayz?




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#6 17 years ago

I had someone ask me if medium sized shorts are larger than small sized shorts....DUH!

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Xevious

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#7 17 years ago

LMAO... don't know what to say. Some people are stupid.

Have any of you watched The Tonight Show when Jay Leno does that thing Jay Walking? He walks around the street and asks random people questions. Some of the questions are: "How many states are in the US?", "How many planets are in our solar system?", "How many weeks are in a year", "Who is Leonardo da Vinci?", etc etc etc. I'd say 90% of the questions he asked, people got wrong (the episode I watched anyway). The guy that got the Leonardo question answered "a ninja turtle". mad.gif

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#8 17 years ago

You know Jay only picks the exceptionally dumb ones... but it's still funny as hell smile.gif And I'm sure the girl was meaning that English was not your native language, Dragon. She's just somewhat dense, as are most school-aged kids here. Seems for some reason parents want to keep their kids from failing, so they keep them going through the system even if they are dumb as bricks... don't take it personally smile.gif

BTW, we DO want to see this interview of yours smile.gif

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[LW] Dragonsong

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#9 17 years ago

I had interviewed Mrs. Veronika Vodicka, our high school secretary. I have asked her abou her life and feelings towards life under the Communist Regime. Mrs. Vodicka was born in year 1958 in Prague. She was a student of the Charles University and, after finishing her studies, she became a secretary in the Sudanese Embassy in Prague. Today she is married and works as a secretary in the International school of Prague. When looking back at her life from today’s perspective she says that life under Communism was terrible. There was nothing to do for interest. Many of Czech autors were put on index by the government and their works were banned from the public. Anuthing that was foreign was also banned. That included literature, TV programs, radios, clothes, food, cars... What she had found worst was no possibility to travel freely across Europe. All travel was limited only to the other countries under Communism (with exception of USSR). Freedom of speech was suppressed, newspapers were strictly controlled, even private mail was looked through and censored. There wasn’t any real religion in the country because the government considered it to be “something stinky.” As Mrs. Vodicka remembers, in school, and then at university everyone, without exceptions had to do sports. She was on the school’s canoeing team and once she got to university she was on her city’s representation in tournaments. No other activities were available to her and besides, studying and sports took most of her time. She found the fall of Communist regime to be the most wonderful event of her life. Finally there was access to foreign literature, foreign goods and services. At last she could get a job according to her skills, not to who she knew that was in the Party. When ISP came to Prague she immediately applied for a position there and, much to her surprise got it, since there was no one else who applied besides her. She enjoys her job very much and will probably work there for as long as she can.

Well, here it is. I can't post the link to my interview because something is screwed up with the school's webpage. Read and enjoy rolleyes.gif