Yesterday Mr. Ehrman said that the three S’s of bad homework are: skippy, sloppy, and late. Mr. Kalner said that those were his goldfish.
Today was quite awesome after school. We started frisbee with I believe twenty-two people. We eventually cut down to normal teams. We ordered pizza right onto the field. It ended after five with us playing with a non-glowing frisbee which comes into sight when ten feet away from your face. It was just an overall period of friendliness: even Potts managed to hold back his urges to piss everybody off. While we were eating the pizza some people came to film themselves shooting golfballs at the school. Nobody was hurt. Good times...
Good luck to all of the thespians in Our Town.
Dovid got me to join USALUG even though I use Windows. It seems pretty good, in the geekish sense of the word.
I must now advertise for Lippy’s blog. Despite his computer illiteracy, he managed to whip together a good blog. For your enjoyment, a thorough review:
- The Life of the Sentient Being Named Lippy is a far superior title to mine. Boo hoo hoo.
The daily adventures of a sixteen year old boy, who's frequent free thinking and questioning of authority get him into constant trouble...– great catchphrase lacking nothing but truth
I saw God (aka Lenny aka Froman) and we had a good conversation in Skinner's class. What about? Well, you'll have to kill me to get me to talk.– It was about music. What a paranoid android.
I am now instituting the first feature on my new website, entitled Quotations From a Genius. Who might the genius be? It's none other than Mr. Skinner, the notorious english teacher. This feature will appear every Saturday morning, and will display the best quote of the previous week, spoken by none other than Mr. Skinner himself. Be warned, however, these quotes may contain but are not limited to the following: offensive remarks, racism, ignorance, stereotyping, and occasional signs of blasphemy. So, without further ado, here is this weeks quote from the man himself.
"The joke's on whitey" ~Mr. Skinner
Our quotations might cross at points. I do, however, like the idea.
I am also an aspiring writer, though I have yet to be published– He is yet to be published. For such a great writer, he sure does have poor punctuation and grammar.
Well that’s enough bashing and promotion bundled into one juicy, creamy, tangy, smooth—I must be hungry—right then. Lippy kicks ass.