The rantings of a teacher who retired from the classroom but not from education.
This was the reason why I like reffering to Elphaba from Wicked and 'defying gravity'. Since Wicked is about the Wicked Witch of the West's point of view, I thought it was more than appropriate to go by the name Elphaba. As we know from Wicked, the point that the writer was trying to make, "Was Elphaba truly wicked or was she a idealistic young girl at heart?".
Exactly.How's it feel to be Willie Horton, John Dillinger, and the Antichrist all at the same time?
May I link this post to my blog? I like this post. You also got me in the mood to watch The Wizard of Oz.
too bad there is no E.R. Murrow...
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