1. We need government-run schools because private schools aren’t up to the taski used to think almost like that, being an indian. but i'm learning:
2. But government schools aren’t doing a great job either, the reason is that competition from the private tuitions are taking resources away from them.
3. Hence we should ban private tuitions.
1. we should fund schooling, not schools because this will build competition.you might ask: what public transport in a village without a bridge? well, if you can make competition appear in a village without a bridge... what do you suggest? the poor want education desperately and viscerally, so they'll cross the bridge when they come to it. meanwhile:
2. if the competition fails to appear in villages without bridges, the reason is that public transport is taking resources away from them.
3. hence we should fund transport not transporters.
1. we should fund travel, not bridges.readers? in a village without a school? well, nautch girls then. or the local moonshine. to work around that:
2. if people still fail to travel, the reason is that books are taking resources away from them.
3. hence we should fund reading not books.
1. we should fund drinking, not bars.what does funding pornography have to do with competition not showing up at the village without the bridge? who said anything about competition in the village? competition would spring up across the ravine. how would that improve access to schooling? that's again indian kind of thinking. my suggestion is:
2. if people still fail to drink, the reason is that sex is taking time away from drinking.
3. hence we should fund sex not pornography.
1. we should fund thinking, not indians.
2. if indians still don't stop thinking, the reason is that they are not blogging much.
3. hence we should fund blogging, not reason.