Jason McCormick
Jan 3, 2017 · 1 min read

“Lost” you because you disagree with me or because you’re ignorant of it happening? Also, no need to capitalize “moron” there. Honestly, your post is exactly the problem I was talking about. You wanted to express your disagreement — and that’s fine — but you don’t make an argument or provide proof or even an insightful idea. You just identify my point of view as different and resort to name calling. It’s not productive and it only encourages further ignorance. I want better in my classroom, but the world outside of my class holds influence. Maybe we can try a bit harder?

    Jason McCormick

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    Published writer and lecturer at Borough of Manhattan Community College. I research monsters and write tales of whimsical horror.