Pubdate: Sat, 11 Oct 2003
Source: Abilene Reporter-News (TX)
Copyright: 2003 Abilene Reporter-News
Author: Curt Hoskins


What a pity to read of Abilene High School's newspaper editor, teachers and
administrators spreading ignorance instead of teaching how things came to be
the way they are. Under the tutelage of these people, high school teens have
nothing to do but drive-by shootings or committing vandalism to join
extracurricular clubs.

Teens could review old movies and list movie starlets looking so
sophisticated holding their cigarettes. What percentage died painful deaths
from lung cancer? Humphrey Bogart's and John Wayne's cigarettes brought them
cancer. John Bellushi, Janice Joplin and Mort Sahl were top-flight
entertainers who led thousands into drugs. You can bet the Mafia funded much
propaganda for Hollywood stars. I have personally autopsied several dozen of
their follower groupies.

The English thought they cured the problem by providing "maintenance" levels
of drugs. When I was in England, those who watch the ports pointed out that
more dope was coming in because of teens wanting to try drugs.

Teens have nothing to learn from the Oct. 3 story in the Abilene
Reporter-News, "Lips flapping over school's use of photo." They might teach
these so-called educators how many thousands exercised their sexual
preference in San Francisco bath houses and how many big-name entertainers
and movie stars died painfully from AIDS.

Curt Hoskins, M.D.

Cross Plains
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