Update 51: This article about deschooling generated a discussion about the pros and cons of unschooling. (There's an "Izzy Dunne" that posts comments in this thread. No, it's not me. That Izzy is a man.)
Update 52: David Yeagley on old-boys and their networking: "Oklahomans, for all their famed 'Bible-belt' conservatism, are managed by grand liberal and crooked patriarchs." Es cierto.
Update 53: Free the males from Internet columnists who don't mention homeschooling, unschooling, deschooling, trade schooling, or no schooling when discussing the 'masculinity problem.' Long live the males who drop out of the sissified institutions and find better alternatives.
Update 54: Hail the males who work-out their brains - if that's what they choose and feel called to do - and bypass instutionalization and feminization. (These young men went from homeschooling to homelawschooling.)
Update 55: But who still brings the large crowds to their feet in appreciation at the progressive educational factories? (Hint: It's not any of the harridans who run the women's studies departments.) It's the masculine athletes, of course. On Saturday, for instance, Adam Morrison, of Gonzaga, scored 42 points and J.J. Redick, of Duke, scored 40 points. Fear the 'Stache!
Update 56: The mobile home/home skool tee is available at the White Trash Palace.
Update 57:Palm Tree Pundit, of Hawaii, is hosting the 5th Homeschooling Carnival. Mahalo, Anne.
Update 58: This blogger (pastor? Christian homeschooler?) has a few strong words about the upcoming Superbowl and the values of Vegas. Meanwhile, Kathy Holmgren, wife of the Seahawks' coach, is bypassing the biggest game to go to the Congo on a medical missions trip.
Update 59: Hmm. I'm thinking of re-inventing myself as a non-English speaking illegal who crosses the southern border and has an encounter with an angry Texan landowner. In the end, I might get a ranch in Arizona for my lawlessness and fakery. (For what's worth, one way to make noise.)
Update 60: From the State of the Union address: "This year we will add resources to encourage young people to stay in school -- so more of America's youth can raise their sights and achieve their dreams." Followed by wild applause by the union of teachers and all those fools on the hill.