The definitive blog for "those people" who were in Smith in "those years." Keep up with which Collins Smith Grounders and where they are since graduation.
Way to give credence to the public school system under "labels."
Fradgul is my new favorite word.And don't just single out the public school system. The private schools have kids that are dumb, too, just in different, more privileged ways. Perfect example, I took a kid's cell phone away yesterday in the cafeteria. Today? I took it away from him again. When I asked him why he was using it again after getting a detention for it again, he got to what I was after, he said, "I wasn't thinking."
The best part was that, just in case it wasn't hilarious enough to be written on the box once, it was written again on the top of the box, just to reaffirm that the contents were, in fact, quite fradgul.Really, I should have called out the American school system in general, not just public schools. I'm sorry for my blatant discrimination against stupid people.Andrew, you should compile stories about your students. Kangaroo fuel, the whole lot. It'd make for some good reading.
Waple, I agree with Mike - write this shit down! It'll be a great read and maybe even a stand-up routine.
Maybe it would even motivate our government to spend more money on education than it does on the military (thank you John for that sad diagram of our budget breakdown). But then again, we know most of the people in the military are there because they couldn't get a better job/education, so maybe that's how the US has intended to keep fueling its supply of manpower for its war machine: "fradgul" minds.It's might just be crazy enough to be true.
I always hated those phonies with cell phones in highschool. I commend Waple.If you see him with it again, I suggest running him over with a cement mixer. (I believe I have called for this course of action previously on this blog, but really I think it is proportional to the crime in this case).
Yes, you have called for that course of action before, but it's funny every time. You'd be surprised, actually. I've threatened to murder so many of my students that I'm not sure how I haven't gotten fired yet. As I tell them when they laugh, "Yeah. It's funny till I kill one of you." They still think I'm joking, and that naivete will ultimately be their demise when they meet their untimely death and become a speed bump in a freshly paved road.
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