Today in Heritage History, 1838, Kentucky passes a law permitting young Kentucky women to attend school, but only under certain State mandated “conditions”. They were basically the same conditions that all prospective students needed to agree to, with only one exception. Anyone hoping to attend school in Kentucky needed to agree to never; to use the word “Darwin” in a classroom or question that they,”was jist brunged by dah Stork”, read any books about smart people from other states, let their father(s) or uncle(s) cheat from their tests or homework if  they were all in the same grade together, bring anyone un-related  to the Senior Prom, or use their breasts for counting to get them from 20-22, after “exhausting” all their fingers and toes.

 

 

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