If it's not harmful or criminal, it's probably not the business of an outsider.
Ummm... no. But I see you have an icon. Was that awarded to you for winning some kind of wanking contest?
"E) I grew up with no faith as a child and remained an agnostic or atheist as an adult 15 (23.44%)"
Honestly, the kid looked like he was playing along -- his eyes were open when she was tapping him in the face. Your examples are bad in this instance. If someone gets a boner -- the boner itself is the involuntary action. His body reacted, and that was the result. You have to actively choose to do something with the boner. When you are tired -- that's the stimulant -- you go to sleep or doze, that's the involuntary reaction. If something is sad to you, and you feel yourself about to cry -- which is also an involuntary reaction to whatever the stimulant -- you can excuse yourself from the meeting. I still maintain that dozing off is involuntary -- we can stem it off as much as we want, but you will succumb as you need sleep to function properly. Do I think you should attempt to try and withhold from falling asleep at meetings? Sure, but everyone has different internal clocks and different reactions. I'm not sure how one student sleeping is unfair to the other student. Mind your business -- as long as the sleeping is not affecting you and you're getting good grades, who cares? Also it's not a matter of "letting" the kids doze in class, that's my point. Dozing is something that just happens. If kids are constantly dozing in class when their intent isn't to fall asleep, then the problem is probably you and your lesson plan [not you, but the general you]. You have to work to stimulate students.
Me, either. Any guy would abandon tail at some point previous.
I don't know who that is or why I should care. Sorry.
No sense of humor either eh? Glad I have enough for both of us. HAHAHAHAHA
More bull from the crooked media!
Just missing dinosaur pajamas and a bowl of cereal.
Dad used them occasionally. Of course he was 81 and had a heart condition, so I think we can give him a pass.
Cool, thanks for that bit of feedback. If/when I do another one, I may have to get with you to help with the wording on a question about whether or not someone is skeptical or a skeptic or however.
Odds are this lazy kid just fell asleep. she probably knows her student better than you do. But, I never said what she did was OK. She should have either yelled to him to wake up. shook him awake, or thrown a pop quiz.
My SO is jealous of those folks. 4hrs is my minimum for going to work, but I'll be finding a spot to log-out for 15 mins during the day. lol
I see no reason to, any more than I would expect quantum mechanics to be in a church.
You have one lopsided view of history. There is both good and bad in Christianity but you only see the bad, that leaves you with a very jaded view of history.