Dulcé Sloan Debates New Yorkers on Back-to-School Opinions | The Daily Show

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Published on November 21, 2022

Should school stop at third grade? Does popularity matter? Should attractive people be teachers? Dulcé Sloan asks New Yorkers to prove her wrong about these burning school topics. #DailyShow #Comedy

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  • Norman Lyon 2 months ago

    If the world was deprived of Dulce’s teachings, we would all suffer. Dulce is attractive. Therefore, disqualifying attractive people from teaching would be detrimental to society. Dulce, I’ll let you prove yourself wrong by telling me which of my a priori facts are incorrect, or you can admit your hypothesis is flawed.

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  • Florentin Rovira 2 months ago

    Ronny do world cup

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  • Philoctetes 2 months ago

    👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣💗💗💗💖💋💋💐🫶🏻

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  • Ida Moody 2 months ago

    Yep had a hot teacher for a history class didn’t learn anything that year………..

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  • They haven't fed me since 2 months ago

    Though I think Ronny Chieng is better at portraying the “I hate working here” part

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  • MissRight91 2 months ago

    Learning spelling mechanics can help you with those “special” names that autocorrect refuses to accept as valid ✴️ 🎤⬇️

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  • Sue Kelsey 2 months ago

    Love you Dulcé

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  • Woods Roamer 2 months ago

    Morbid Obesity is gross. ….prove me wrong.

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  • bass tard 2 months ago

    Dulce ain’t funny…prove me wrong

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  • SaBoTeUr2001 2 months ago

    Attractive people absolutely need to be teachers! They automatically have each student’s full attention.

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  • Amer AlMutawa 2 months ago

    My least favourite correspondent

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  • Otto W 2 months ago

    Auto correct only works when you’ve gotten close enough to the correct spelling, and we’ve all been victims of an auto correct error. Plus you can spell a word correctly and still be wrong, auto correct doesn’t catch that.

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  • Levi Liam 2 months ago

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  • John Walker 2 months ago

    I do think we should change the rules of English spelling and grammar to be more consistent and intuitive so that they make more sense.

    Example – If a word doesn’t use a letter in its pronunciation, then that letter doesn’t need to be there. So a word like ‘knife’ should be spelled “nife”

    Example – There doesn’t need to be letters to make a sound if there is already a way to make that same sound. So if you can make the “eff” sound with the letter f, why use ph to also make an f sound? A word like ‘phone’ should be spelled “fone.”

    Example – Just make the plural of something either end in -s or -es. There shouldn’t be special words for certain words. The word ‘mice’ is useless. Just make the plural of mouse into “mouses.”

    Example – Irregular verbs shouldn’t be a thing. Why does a verb like steal become stole in the past tense? It should be “stealed.” Why does take become took instead of “taked?” We don’t make the past tense of baked become book.

    . . . etc.

    I could go on and on, but I think you get the idea.

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  • wet timguavass 2 months ago

    The real Americans are the brown people of Mexico, Nicaragua, Venezuela, Bolivia, etc.

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  • nttam1920 2 months ago

    Being half black from South Africa doesn’t mean you have the privilege to cover up the crimes committed by black, brown, olive, yellow skin people around the world. Have you ever talked about human rights violations in the middle east, China, India and Iran?

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  • PK 2 months ago

    Have you met Gen A??? Those kids are reading in pre-school. Technology doesn’t help anyone over 18… 10 people (maybe) know the difference between there, their and they’re 😂

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  • Ruby Doobie 2 months ago

    The problem with relying on spellcheck is that it only tells you if a word is spelt wrong, not if it’s the right word.

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