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Can't you be neat or considerate?

To my sibling:

I folded your loads of laundry and left them on the sofa near your room so you can put them away because I don't know where your clothes go. It's been 2 days and THEY ARE STILL THERE! You pass the sofa when you go to your room! Why can't you just pick them up on the way and free the sofa so other people can sit on it instead of having your laundry occupy it?! Then when people ask you to put away your clothes, you act as though they're attacking you and you bark at them. Wth? You're so immature.

And why do you have to raise your voice when someone asks where something is? Why are you so rude and act like you know everything?

When you went to the kitchen yesterday to use a knife, you just left it on the counter and it was all messy. I had to clean it up. You could have at least put the knife in the sink, which is literally like right next to the counter.

And what happened to all the glass cups in the kitchen? OH you've got like a ton of them in your room because you're too lazy to bring them back out! And you don't even wash them.

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anonymous ranted 8 years, 7 months ago.
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anonymous commented on this rant 8 years, 7 months ago.

It must be a common thing for kids nowadays. My sibling is the same way. I feel like what I tell them goes in one ear and out the other or they make me feel like I'm talking to a tree. This is our future generation, I'm really concerned! o_O

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Calai commented on this rant 8 years, 7 months ago.

I look around and I see most of today's youth going nowhere.

This is slightly a tangent, but... I've been thinking and I've concluded that I don't want my kids to go to public elementary & secondary schools unless those schools have really good reputations.

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I_Agree commented on this rant 8 years, 7 months ago.

I'm under the impression that private schools aren't any better.

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Calai commented on this rant 8 years, 7 months ago.

The impression you are under is wrong.

The average private high school has a greater percentage of students that get into 4 year universities and earn a bachelor's degree by their mid 20s compared to their counterparts that attended the average public high school.

There are obviously exceptions. i.e. a high school's academic reputation generally has a positive correlation with the wellness and reputability of its location. And of course, there are the public charter, magnet, and specialized schools (e.g. Stuy) that I wouldn't mind sending my kid off to.

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Jasper commented on this rant 8 years, 7 months ago.

I went to a private Catholic elementary school. I left for a public middle school in my sixth grade. Guess what?

Literally everyone that I knew from the school turned into either a hardcore drug addict and went crazy and dropped out of school, or was an insane genius that ended up going to an Ivy League school. I was somewhere in between the two, but damn was it weird seeing my old friends become larger than life personalities.