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The energy and imagination of my fourth grade teacher, Mr. Life at that age revolves far more around popularity than before or after. Then a few adults can watch all of them. The least popular group is quite small. If I had, I would have seen that being smart was more important.

It's allencompassing like

And that, I think, is the root of the problem. But in fact I didn't, not enough. Nerds would find their unpopularity more bearable if it merely caused them to be ignored. They would be in the way in an office.

When we were given a test on the book, I noticed that the questions sounded odd. The other thing that's different about the real world is that it's much larger. The answer, I think, is that they don't really want to be popular.

There is nothing inevitable about the current system. It's all-encompassing, like life, but it isn't the real thing. Another problem, and possibly an even worse one, was that we never had anything real to work on. We graded them from A to E.

Perhaps a few will have the energy to try to change things. The world seemed cruel and boring, and I'm not sure which was worse. They don't consciously dress to be popular. They don't actually hate you. Mostly this was just a pose.

Like other teenagers, we loved the dramatic, and suicide seemed very dramatic. When the things you do have real effects, it's no longer enough just to be pleasing.

There is nothing inevitable about

Bullying was only part of the problem. They want to be popular, certainly, but they want even more to be smart. The distribution of popularity is not a pyramid, but tapers at the bottom like a pear. They couldn't fix the system.