KonaTobennh wrote:Oddly enough, the next day I went to the class, (Thursday, we use block schedule) the guy I yelled to was awfully quiet. Not sure if it was the parent-teacher conference that happened (not even sure if it was before class...), or because he took what I said literally? I'd rather not know. The more I look back at the situation, the more awkward I am.
Shoprocks wrote:Surely it's no coincidence that the more I talk about the characters, the gayer they get.
Interterrestrial wrote:...and I can tell you strange things that you probably never wanted to know like the fact that I have a can of beets in my closet and I didn't put it there
SoupCandy wrote:Though to everyone: Do not blame only the teachers, honestly. Teachers have barely any power and they're supposed to teach what the board picks. Now, there are of course some terrible teachers, and they're in only for the money... Which isn't much to begin with. That's why they stop caring or don't care to begin with. What's wrong with the system is a societal problem. This is a symptom that our issues lie much, much deeper. Needless to say, unruly douche bag kids are signs of a failing parental system, a failing social structure, and yes, finally, a failing education system. It's almost impossible to fix unless everyone wants things to get better, and that's just not happening.
In any case, things can get better. We've got to make them better. But I digress--this topic is about you, kiddo, not politics.
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