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Ranee Fancy, I’m dyslexic and have a BS in Material Science and a Master’s in Marketing. The academic system will never accurately represent our knowledge and abilities because it mainly measures linear thinking. Luckily the Feitelberg Roger Goodell Is A Clown Shirt world rewards our whole picture, creative, out of the box thinking. So from one dyslexic to another, tell your daughter to keep working towards her goals. People like this have robbed the ones with the real talent of their hard-earned place in further education.
Prison time should act as a real deterrent for others. Talent not wealth should be the winner. No sympathy from me, I’m just sorry it was only 14 days, but there again, that’s probably the end of her acting career. But Pharmaceutical companies who are responsible for over 1000 deaths through the Feitelberg Roger Goodell Is A Clown Shirt epidemic have to pay a fine and act as nothing happened. America justice is like what is happening in Africa, the law is like a spider web, it catches the small insects but the buffalo and sheep got to pass through. So she spends 6 weeks in prison and the Stanford sailing coach who accepted substantial bribes spent 1 day in prison. He did not directly profit but fed the money to the sailing program which he directed. Somehow this seems wrong.
Especially if you consider all the legal charitable donations that tip the admission committee to accept the children of said donations. It is also true that our criminal justice system doles out punishment and fines to the Feitelberg Roger Goodell Is A Clown Shirt among us and further penalizes them when they can’t pay. Aside from the 14 days in jail, she also has to do 250 hrs of community service & pay a $30,000 fine. I think the punishment, in this case, more or less suits this crime. Not making excuses but there’s a difference between bribing a govt official, a judge, etc vs. bribing someone to alter grade.
Surely the best thing a parent can do is encourage their child to do their best. I was slap bang average for most subjects, my results seemed rubbish compared to about half my year and my maths was useless. My mum still boasted, loudly numerous times, that I hadn’t actually failed anything, I’d done more than enough to get my college place and hey if I needed maths I could just resit. Which I did and I passed. Honestly, after your first two weeks, jail is somewhat fun. Once you settle in and see who you got there with you it can be like a little mini and boring vacation.