What can be done? Well, I’ve decided the Earth needs a Mandemic. The human herd must be culled, and it’s time for buck season.
I know what you’re thinking… Cool! How could this work?
I happened to be watching an episode
of Star Trek: Voyager
last night when the idea came to me. There could be a virus that causes gene mutations in men that rewrites their DNA. Then, when men have sex with women, they are drained of their DNA, “where it is then implanted into females, causing the death of the males. As a result, new males are constantly created and harvested” by women, as suits their needs. You should have seen the desiccated corpses on the Taresian planet!
parents contact Lori Day and politely ask her why is she calling for male genocide and how is this not affecting her work in helping children.
From LinkedIn profile…
- 1987-1991: School psychologist in various public schools
- 1998-2001: Undergraduate Admissions Committee, MIT
- 2001-2008: Director of Admissions and Financial Aid at the Fenn School, which is a boys’ school.
- 2008-2010: Head, Odyssey Day School
- 2010- Freelance consultant
linkedDIN profile is archived
From Lori day Consulting’s website
Welcome to Lori Day Consulting!
Planning your child’s education can bring feelings of both excitement and uncertainty. I have worked in the field of education for over 25 years, serving in varied roles in public schools, private schools, and at the college level. My work with students has spanned the years from preschool through young adulthood in traditional academic settings, alternative programs, and special needs placements. I am an educational psychologist by training, and have also spent many years as a private school admissions director, head of school, and teacher. My consulting clients come from Massachusetts and many other locations within the US and abroad. Guiding parents of children with a wide range of learning profiles, I help place kids in schools that best meet their academic, social and emotional needs, whether they are gifted, educationally challenged, or solidly average students. I also assist parents in understanding their children’s learning styles and advocating for them within their schools. As a parent myself, I personally understand the practical and emotional needs of parents and children as they embark upon their own unique educational journeys. I am well known in the private school world through my former position as Admissions & Financial Aid Director at The Fenn School in Concord, Massachusetts. While I maintain an active network and many friends and professional contacts in Concord, I am now living in Newburyport, MA.
Please fill out the contact form on my website to set up a free initial consultation and discussion of your child’s needs.
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I will spend 30 minutes with you to discuss your child’s needs.
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Phone: (978) 572-0356
Fax: (651) 691-2926
Address: 18 Orange Street, Newburyport, MA 01950