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DEBATE GOES ON
In response to the September debate, “Should you
read the book before you see the movie?”
NO The movie is never as good as the book and
you always leave disappointed.
—Jennifer Glander Russ, from facebook.com/Costco
YES Sometimes the movie goes in another direction and you will miss the story the author was
trying to tell.
—Sue Sticksel, from facebook.com/Costco
NO There’s no way a movie can have all the detail
that is in a book, so they always skip things,
change things, etc. If you read the book ;rst,
you’ll generally be disappointed when you see
—Mike Boehm, from facebook.com/Costco
YES I’m a book-;rst person. It’s always a more
in-depth experience, and seeing the movie later
can enhance what I already learned.
—Lorraine Dagon, from facebook.com/Costco
Teens, depression and bullying
As a public school teacher of ;; years, I think
that one cause of teen (as well as elementary
school age) depression is bullying [“Teens and
depression,” September ;;;;]. At the same time,
I would say that most teachers are unaware of
the bullying going on, and this contributes to
the absence of connecting the symptoms of
depression to bullying.
School bullies at any age can be stealthy
and sometimes know how to humiliate their
victims without the teacher(s) seeing it happen.
Unfortunately, school bullies can be the pupils
thought of by the teachers as the most promising
students. I hope my letter may be read by other
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