By Diogenes (articles) | Oct 26, 2007
Professional scowler Pete Hamill is quoted by the New York Times:
"They [the Catholic elementary schools] had a kind of madrassa in the morning: 'Hail Mary, full of grace.' It's like these kids you see in Pakistan learning things by rote. But I ended up in a Jesuit high school and the Jesuits have one thing they gave to everybody who's ever gone to one of these schools: doubt. They've probably created more atheists than communism ever did, and standards of excellence that none of us can ever approach."
I doubt that.
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