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Difficult Question Cartoons

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"Mrs. Marsha Mullhouse, of Kenosha, Wisconsin, asks, "Are You subject to the laws of physics, or are the laws of physics subject to You?"

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"So, Mrs. Miller, would you tell me briefly your methods for teaching reading, your overall philosophy of education, your views on testing, your ideas on discipline, your opinions about homework, the ways you could excite kids about science, and how you would upgrade math skills in our school should you be hired?"

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"I have time for 3 more of those politically booby-trapped minefields you call questions."

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"'What is the sound of one hand clapping?' was a terrible choice for a password hint."

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