Yes, it was on a record player. We sat on the floor in a circle and learned that we shouldn’t discriminate. Thanks, Mr. Infantino.
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I recently commented to a group of teenagers that autocorrect has made me a horrible typist. Someone piped up and said, “Don’t you mean typer?” Huh?
He wrote “ASSUME” on the board. He said, “Never assume anything, because you’ll make this (underlined A-S-S) out of this (underlined U) and this (underlined M-E).”
Q: What is the difference between a 64 and a 65 (besides one)?
A: The teacher’s pettiness.
This episode of Happy Days (“Richie Fights Back”) taught me how to fight, but then I forgot to use it the one time I needed it.
TANSTAAFL (There Ain’t No Such Thing As A Free Lunch) was my takeaway. Everything has a cost. Free nails? You’ll pay for the hammer. Thanks, Dr. Nitsche.
The main theme of the class was power (pronounced “powah” by the teacher). Everything always went back to it. Life continues to show this to be true.
Laura wrote this on her paper because of limited skills but gave a much more flowery speech about Ma’s virtues. Miss Beadle was predictably cool about it.