GYM learn whitegirl nipples are pink you an erotic shame smoke a shotgun pass run for hours even when they say dyke throw rocks at your head
PHYSICS LEARN 1. parallax, (n.) the effect whereby an object appears to differ according to viewer position 2. matter (n.) physical substance which occupies space; an affair or situation under consideration; the reason for distress or a problem: 3. the tricks of English tricks of the trade
TEXAS History learn a swindle: Mexico sold pacific goldveined mountains a fixer upper now known as Oregon, California, Colorado, Idaho, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas MANIFEST DESTINY REAL ESTATE USA Multiple Choice: a. be quiet as paperwork so that the cotillion may accept their blond praise their every award b. hold hands with their whiteboys c. raise your question they’ll escort you out put you in the basics class with the other not academic material
ENGLISH On the Road of aching oats high and funded wandering while your father is pulled over in that same desert asked to show his papers before the gig learn Sal Paradise loved a Mexican girl but not enough to name her and shhh Brandon from Wimbledon is talking and he is three-story brilliant ha ha ha the voices that matter (n.) are the people who matter (n.) ivybright and ivory
GOVERNMENT learn confederate flag is state’s rights a doubled-language makes right a boundless estate makes rightless a bound body starry cross on spinning Jeep caked in mud ridin boys protected as a plantation and the founders: holy signatures failed assimilators but here we are negotiating their terror
At work learn to wipe that (with a) smile from three to one and use the front computer to clock in or his hand will hard between my legs again the booth is empty after midnight for homework GLOSSARY parallax: the effect of position upon viewing an object
“… in the environments that adopt assimilation policies and devalue children’s culture of origin, schools and parents may feel pressured to assimilate children into mainstream culture for children’s survival and success, resulting in further loss of culture of origin and/or marginalization from both cultures.” —Yoon, Eunju, et. al. “Content Analysis of Acculturation Research in Counseling and Counseling Psychology: A 22-Year Review.” Journal of Counseling Psychology, Vol. 58, No. 1 (January 2011): 83-96.