brain sizes: Einstein's and women's

John Knight johnknight at
Tue Jul 30 19:17:48 EST 2002

"Bob LeChevalier" <lojbab at> wrote in message
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> "John Knight" <johnknight at> wrote:
> >"Bob LeChevalier" <lojbab at> wrote in message
> >news:luh9kusi9kcqeto5mh7e3vhvm14i5i8o6k at
> >> >Nor is it less certain that the two races,
> >> >equally free, cannot live in the same government.
> >>
> >> And yet, the fact is, that they do.
> >
> >No, the fact is that they do not.
> [nonsense deleted]
> >Niggers and Whites live in different and separate communities, and
> >niggers move to White communities they instantly become slum nigger
> >communities.
> Really?  That must mean that my county, with one of the highest per capita
> incomes in the country, is an enormous slum community, since there are
> living within every school boundary in the county.
> >Each and every attempt to "integrate" schools, communities,
> >political influence, the military, industry, school buses, etc., has been
> >more colossal failure than it was predicted to be.
> Repeating above, this county, which is quite well integrated wrt whites
> blacks, though there is some de facto segregation of Hispanics and Asians
> (but they also can be found in all schools), has among the highest average
> test scores in the country

And yet this "school system" produced you, which is living proof that they
did a LOT wrong.

Judging by your attitude and stupidity, you're most likely in the jew Yawk
area, so here are the test scores for your "community" that you claim is
doing so well:

New Jersey
478 = one of the lowest SAT math scores in the country
270 = NAEP math score, one of the lowest in the country
$10,233 = THE highest cost per student per year in the country

North Dakota
592 = THE *highest* SAT math score in the country
284 = NAEP Math score, one of the *highest* in the country
296 = NAEP Math score for private schools which are half the cost of the
public schools
$5,353 = cost per student, one of the lowest in the country

Your frame of reference is so far down the totem poll that what looks UP to
you is way off the cliff in North Dakota.

It's doubtful if the tail ends of the bell curves even cross paths.

John Knight

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