I love how even the so-called “left-wing, liberal, mainstream media” is railing against this idiotic mollycoddling of students. Now, I’m no education professional, but I’m pretty sure the best way to get a student to learn is by challenging them along the way.
Teller, of the entertainment duo Penn & Teller, explains how magic and discomfort made his teaching come alive.
“But by the time the game was finished, the format was dead,” said Teller. “We were unable to find anybody interested in acquiring the game.” Imagineering went out of business, and Penn & Teller’s Smoke and Mirrors was never released. The only record of the game’s existence was a handful of review copies that had been sent out to journalists in the weeks before the publisher went bust, in 1995.