Seeing all these protests on TV reminded of my first strike/walk out at about age 12. Some of the teachers just loved corporal punishment too the extent that some spent more time wacking kids with their instruments of choice than they did teaching. a lot of us walked out., the first lesson we learned was that promises of no retaliation if we returned to class didn't mean a thing. I had more walk outs at school over that than I had working for Ford's for 30 years. We took it as a partial victory after two of the worse teacher dissappeared half way through a school term never to return


I just realised why I stopped using this ink it runs never mind we had a black uniform and we're in a dark moods
I don't think my school was very different from other schools at the time

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