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I read a few years ago somewhere that a hallmark of a genius is being able to hold opposites together and transcend them. This stuck with me and over time I tried to make sense of it, because at first it was a very confusing concept. With some luck this concept began to make sense thanks to a random assortment of other things I read over the years following my discovery of this tidbit. This train of thought has now become one of my favorite things to ponder. I feel it has taught me the dangers of holding onto apparent absolutes.
By the time you're 30, you'll be hit with the crushing truth of just how much the grownups didn't teach you when you were in school. And, while liberals and conservatives haggle over whether public schools need more funding or more lessons on the Ten Commandments, we think all can agree there are some very basic, useful things that our children really, really should know. Therefore when Cracked starts its line of private schools, know that your kids won't graduate without having passed... Sex Ed (for Girls): How to Spot a Douchebag