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I'm going to say he isn't, simply because I fear for my safety. He could take all of us . . . at once.

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Actually, we left England because of unfair law practices. Taxation without Representation was one of the largest reasons, along with soldiers forced to be put up in the colonists homes.

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Tea totally rocks. I absoultely love tea, and I think anyone who doesn't love tea is seriously missing out in a great experience. Drink up.

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Time and time again, people suggest that violent video games cause people to become violent. This is always refutted by scientific evidence. "Correlation indicates the possibility of a cause-effect relationship, but it does not prove causation." <--- Quote by David G. Myers (He has a Ph.D from the University of Iowa. He also wrote our current College Psychology book.)

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Yes, students should be able to grade their teachers. If students were allowed to grade their teachers, it would creatively reflect how well the teacher is explaining and presenting the class material, and how well the students are understanding the material.

However, if the students aren't mature about the grading system, it could become a popularity contest, or if the teacher teaches a "sluff" class, some students may give that teacher the highest grade.

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Winning Position: Yes, he really is
Winning Position: Tea Rocks

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Name: Levi 
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Political Party: Independent
Country: Latvia
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Education: Masters

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