Drugs and School
This education manifesto can be seen on the side of this trash dumpster next to the railroad tracks.
The non-traditional sentence structure isn’t exactly haiku or the unique way that e. e. cummings used punctuation.
But you can get the drift.
It looks like the author is a traditionalist in advocating for in-person learning while also promoting the agenda of big pharma. In other words, the establishment.
Unless I’m reading it wrong.
Then again, I’m the one wandering the backstreets looking for learning opportunities. I’ll also be the first to tell you that grades don’t matter. To cap it off, I don’t have any prescriptions in my name, and other than a Tylenol every month or so, I don’t do drugs.
I guess that puts me in the counter-culture.
About the author: I am Stephen Kennedy, an experienced photographer with more than 2500 completed sessions in all 50 US states.