By the way -- it's a good thing it wasn't a math test. I meant 145 years, not 125. I could stick with the 125 because it coincides with the end of the Reagan era, but I'll give the nation credit for still thinking fondly about Lincoln's words -- even if we disagree about pretty much everything else.
You accuse us of getting distorted facts from Fox, geez... take a look around Kos or Huffington Post can't get any further left than that! You need to stay away from those sites - they're doing a number on your head!! I suggest watching some Fox to balance it all out.
There's no way I can believe Civet got an 87.8. He doesn't understand the importance of the Gettysburg address, can't figure out what "surrender" means, and doesn't seem to have a lot of depth behind the rhetoric.
The only way I can see his score going that high would be if he pulled up Wikipedia in another window while he took the test.
“You don’t need that” my loving wife stated flatly. Hovering near her, sporting goods catalog in hand, I tried to counter “But look Honey, it holds 2150 cubic inches of gear”, as I tried to give her my best loving look. “Nope, you do not need to carry more gear – you have several packs already… if one of them is not big enough, take two” she stated and then fell back to attacking her Sudoku puzzle. Sulking, I moved back to my side of the bed and continued thumbing through my...