If they're going to hold Tim Tebow as the model of success and evidence that homeschooled kids should be accepted then it's only fair to point out that he cries when he loses.
To hold one person up as the definition of large group of children is patently stupid. Ok so he shows emotion. Are you saying that he shouldn't? Why not? Are you saying that all home schooled kids would tear up if their team lost a championship game? Why is this wrong? Are you saying that if Tebow had been traditionally schooled he wouldn't have cried? I thought showing your emotions was a good thing, so why is it wrong for Tebow to do it? What has his schooling to do with his freedom to openly show his emotions?
What is the purpose of you starting this thread?
I didn't blow the question, and I don't hold a grudge
Yeah I forgot; Mel Leavitt screwed your team so that a Catholic school could win.