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(NBC10)   Tonight's homework: Algebra, geometry, phone number of local dealer   ( nbc10.com) divider line
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2003-03-11 07:00:31 PM  
Whats wrong with substitute teachers lately?
2003-03-11 07:08:41 PM  
Everyone knows that the kids are the best ones to ask when looking for the local dealer.
2003-03-11 07:56:43 PM  
My hero! Go straight to the source. No need beating around the bush on this one. All kids know where the best drugs can be found!
2003-03-11 11:18:49 PM  
...cause if you dont have a good dealer, I know of a this guy Nolberto Salinas, dude got like a major connection down in kentucky somewhere...
2003-03-11 11:24:27 PM  
I'm sure this was all done for research. Nothing to see here.
2003-03-12 02:44:20 AM  
he looks all white but his dad was black.
500 points to [s]he who smells the reference. (Or the glove, for that matter.)
2003-03-12 02:44:24 AM  
Can someone post the article? I can't seem to see it.

I am having problems tonight...
2003-03-12 02:46:03 AM  
Reminds me of this:
WINNIPEG, Manitoba (Reuters) - A Canadian teacher has been suspended after shocking a small northern Manitoba school by distributing a math exam that included questions about pimps, prostitutes, machine guns, cocaine trafficking and getting "knocked up."

The math proficiency test included questions such as: "Rufus is a pimp for three girls. If the price is $65 per trick, how many tricks per day must each girl turn to support Rufus' $800 per day crack habit?"

And then there was the trouble with Hector.

"Hector knocked up three girls in his gang. There are 27 girls in his gang. What is the exact percentage of the girls in the gang that Hector knocked up?"

Parents of the 13-year-old and 14-year old students who attend Juniper ( news - web sites) School in Thompson, Manitoba, said they were outraged.

And the province's minister of education, Drew Caldwell, said he was "disturbed."

The exam, which asked students for their name, gang name and home room, was fast becoming the talk of this nickel-mining community of 15,000 people 800 kilometers (500 miles) north of Winnipeg.

Supplied with the exact speed of travel and the number of seconds it takes to load a shot gun, another test question asked students to calculate the distance, Billie, a skateboard thief, would be able to flee before getting "whacked."

Newspaper reports said that board members at the Mystery Lake School District stripped the veteran teacher of her classroom duties at a meeting earlier this week. She was also suspended without pay for three days.

The test appeared to be modeled after an exam called "The City of Los Angeles High School Math Proficiency Exam," found on an Internet joke site.
2003-03-12 02:47:45 AM  
Wow. This article led me to a rather confused bout of masturbation.
2003-03-12 02:49:15 AM  

part one: "Substitute" by The Who

part two: Smell the Glove is an album by Spinal Tap (at least in the movie)
2003-03-12 02:51:26 AM  
Reminded me of a time in my Algebra class. First period. Teacher's very religous. He comes in, complains of a headache. Mumbles something to us about working on our own in class today. He hangs his head. After a few minutes, he starts drooling. A few of us were laughing, we thought he had a hangover, and hell, that's funny because he's so pious. He goes home after 4th period. He died later of a brain tumor.

/I got nuthin'
2003-03-12 02:54:10 AM  
OK This is totally off topic, but to call international, say australia, i dial 01 then the country code (i think it is 04) then the number?
2003-03-12 02:55:16 AM  
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2003-03-12 02:57:41 AM  
POSTED: 12:39 p.m. EST February 6, 2003
UPDATED: 1:00 p.m. EST February 6, 2003
2003-03-12 02:58:28 AM  
CanadianClub, I think you need to dial the area code after the country code (eg. 2 for sydney).
2003-03-12 03:00:36 AM  
Btw, I think country code for Aus is 61
2003-03-12 03:01:54 AM  

Mmm.....could it beeeeeeeeee................... SATAN?!
2003-03-12 03:03:32 AM  
Well, uh, Ubermensch thank you for sharing that...
2003-03-12 03:06:21 AM  
it goes then
2003-03-12 03:10:58 AM  
DAMN! the only math teacher i could have had a chance for an A with.
2003-03-12 03:13:24 AM  
thanks jeb3
2003-03-12 03:57:05 AM  
When I was in college, Connection was my major.
2003-03-12 04:03:19 AM  
What a dickhead.
2003-03-12 04:38:01 AM  
My HTML is so crap today

International Dialing Codes
2003-03-12 04:57:40 AM  
We used to have a guy that gave his card out: "Dial-A-Drink". You could buy alcohol, cigarettes and munchies and he'd deliver it to your door. Then "Dial-A-Dealer" started. That lasted about a week.
2003-03-12 05:04:02 AM  
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Is it just me, or does he look kinda like a young dubya? Same close together beady eyes, and vacant lights-on-but-no-one's-home" expression.
2003-03-12 05:29:16 AM  
What a NUTBAG!!!!
2003-03-12 05:41:16 AM  
Reminds me of a school I worked in where a few of the teachers would confiscate weed from the students, and then smoke it in the teachers' lounge... A worse moment in my recent past, was when I actually kept my grill cook on the clock while he went home to hook up P-Funk, because the GM rolled over and asked me if I knew anyone who could get them some smoke, because they were going to cancel if they couldn't get any weed. Not only did I keep him on the clock to make the deal, but we wound up paying him to smoke one with the boys, and come back bleary eyed and AWFUL deliberate. The good news is he didn't charge the fellas for their bag, he was just excited to have P-Funk at his house and smoking with him... The sketchiest thing about the whole thing, was the owner came up to ME--not the grill cook--to thank me for saving the show, apparently because I knew where to hook up some fellas in less than 10 minutes.

Moral of the story--check with a kitchen crew if you need to get good weed, fast.

Jay-Vee--A bit more like the lights are on, but there's not much furniture.

Jay Tea--In Bar Harbor we had an ice cream truck that serviced all the restaurants along Rt 1. He never had a lot of ice cream, but he'd deliver the poison of your choice to the back door of any place that he could park, AND a couple of free Drumstricks to boot. He paid a good sized cut to the Ellsworth cops to operate, and he supplied most of the smaller 'retailers.' He eventually moved up to delivering his product in Ben and Jerry's containers. Same year, I worked in a place where the kitchen manager had several waitresses working on delivering smack, weed, and coke to customers under their plates. He also supplied the owner with enough coke to choke several small horses, and he supplied private parties in the upstairs with various 'condiments.'

The only spooky thing about these sordid tales, is that Hubie doesn't smoke anything stronger than tobacco anymore, and the hardest thing I hit nowadays is rum with a little bitters and lime on ice. Just the legacy of a misspent youth.
2003-03-12 05:44:08 AM  
"No, I'm done with them. Basically, they need me. I don't need them. I don't want them," Messina said.

This guy writes Bush administration foreign policy in his spare time, doesn't he ...
2003-03-12 05:51:11 AM  
Tadlette--Bad girl. No biscuit. Bringing politics into a drug thread. Now go sit in the corner and recite the latest UN resolution of Iraq, 1500 times, and think about what you've done. I'd cluck my tongue at you, but it kind of loses the effect, what with the typing, and the reading, and the fire rainging down from the sky...
2003-03-12 06:19:56 AM  
I look pretty young, but I'm just backdated, yeah.
2003-03-12 07:30:29 AM  
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2003-03-12 08:12:27 AM  
If teacher were paid what they should be, which would be moere than a computer progrmmer like me, then this shiat wouldn't happen. It's a shame that someone like me gets paid a good chunk of change to do a little work and surf the web the rest of the time, while teachers work their asses off and put up with a lot more shiat and get paid so little.

/flame on
2003-03-12 08:19:08 AM  
Especially when the above said programmer can't type very well
2003-03-12 08:37:18 AM  
I went to a liberal arts school where the majority of students were education majors. They'd have MAYBE 2 hours of homework a week and party at least 4 nights out of 7. So does this surprise me? Not in the least.

Any farkers thinking of going to CMSU in Warrensburg, MO? Skip it, go somewhere else where education is a priority.

and I completely disagree with Curtrude. It would be a real shame if someone who went through college like that got paid more than me. As a computer science student, I do at least 3 hours of homework a night and party occasionally on a weekend.
2003-03-12 08:39:45 AM  
2003-03-12 08:41:37 AM  
Well, when you go to a school like that then yes I agree with you. But at the same time, even if they did do that in school, they may still work their asses of now. I agree people that slack should get paid less, but for the people that do work really hard, they still get paid shiat.
2003-03-12 09:40:44 AM  
The hell? This guy is a freak. He left behind a package for Curious George?!

Oh, in high school, my auto mechanics teacher stole my weed.
I'd like it back now kplzthnx.
2003-03-12 10:09:21 AM  
If this guy wanted drugs, he should've bought em from me.

2003-03-12 10:51:28 AM  
Maybe it was just Tom Berenger undercover to bust up another drug ring. Any word whether Luis GuzmÃin was seen around anywhere?

Ahhh, The Substitute. such a good movie. http://us.imdb.com/Title?0117774
2003-03-12 10:52:49 AM  
now with html. I blame college.

2003-03-12 10:59:32 AM  
Clearly a cut and dry case of schizophrenia...
2003-03-12 11:18:54 AM  
Haha, that rules. I wish my teachers were that cool.
2003-03-12 03:34:55 PM  
Keiran--That's funny, when I was getting that darned Ed degree I was writing lesson plans at least an hour a day, reading for the dang Lit classes at least two hours, and writing journals and researching at least another 10 hours a week. Of course, I went to one of the best teaching schools in New England, and finished with a double major. Most of my Ed classmates spent a lot less time on the party train than the business majors--those buggers were the ones who spent very little time hitting the books. Again, this might be the difference between a good teaching school, and liberal arts school that offers ed classes...
2003-03-12 04:17:57 PM  
Reminds me of the sub in my high school that got busted because he asked if anyone in the class had any pot, and then proceded to smoke with the student

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