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doombunni

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Age: 25
Date Signed Up:4/10/2012
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#34 - Then they get extensions and I work with them to help catch th…  [+] (3 replies) 09/01/2016 on But It's 2016 +3
#50 - lordtyrone (09/01/2016) [-]
I get the use of extra credit, but its so situational that its sort of dumb.

I'm in my senior year of High School and almost all of my teachers refuse to give extra credit (unless you bring in tissues or some shit.)

The only time extra credit is a viable option is if you have issues with the curriculum, which in my state gets abused by the lazy kids who do fuck all all semester and then expect a free, easy A.


As far as late work goes, I don't agree with turning work in 3 weeks late. I only had one teacher who ever did that for me, and that was because I had to take care of a family member, and I was responsible and turned in all other assignments. . A few teachers of mine allow a certain amount of time to turn work in, which is usually about a day.


The only reason my teachers take it easier on me is because I'm not an insufferable cock to all of them. I'm respectful, which should be expected, and I'm responsible for my mistakes and such.



Lowkey, do you have any of those "funny teacher stories"? Shits mad funny.
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#55 - doombunni (09/01/2016) [-]
Quote of the year last year:

girl: I think I need to be more pacific
boy: Girl, you can't be pacific, you ain't an ocean


We had a kid a couple years ago flip the fuck out, then run out of the school and into some random person's house. Took a while to get him out.

I convinced all of the seventh graders last year that the school was haunted, which caused mayhem one day in gym when one of the girls thought she saw a chair move on its own. My bad.
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#54 - doombunni (09/01/2016) [-]
I allow my kids a 3 day window before I absolutely will not accept late work, and even then they can only get partial credit.

I do offer one year-long extra credit opportunity. If they memorize and sing the preamble song from schoolhouse rock in class, I would give them an extra grade. No takers so far.
#27 - I kind of get the second one, but why be pissy if your teacher…  [+] (5 replies) 08/31/2016 on But It's 2016 0
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#32 - deaddomineus (09/01/2016) [-]
What is your policy on medical leave, family emergencies, getting kidnapped, or just general I cannot be there due to unforeseen circumstances.
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#34 - doombunni (09/01/2016) [-]
Then they get extensions and I work with them to help catch them up, I'm not a devil lady 0.o

Students do not receive extra credit because they don't need an excuse to not do the actual work. The teacher who had my classroom before me had a tendency to hand out extra credit like it was candy, so students came in not doing homework, thinking they could just make it up by doing some fluff assignment.

I do not allow late work because my kids need to learn the importance of deadlines and how to manage their time wisely. Also by that time I have moved on to the next lesson, and having a kid work on something from previous lessons is only taking away from the new material they need to be learning.

The state mandates their attendance, but it's also important because time lost in the classroom is knowledge lost (sounds corny but I couldn't think of another way to say it). These kids aren't going home and learning on their own, so they need to be in the classroom so I can cram their noggins with as much history and life skills as I can in the 50 minutes I have them. If they're not there, then they're falling behind their classmates and missing out on committing the knowledge to their long-term memory
#50 - lordtyrone (09/01/2016) [-]
I get the use of extra credit, but its so situational that its sort of dumb.

I'm in my senior year of High School and almost all of my teachers refuse to give extra credit (unless you bring in tissues or some shit.)

The only time extra credit is a viable option is if you have issues with the curriculum, which in my state gets abused by the lazy kids who do fuck all all semester and then expect a free, easy A.


As far as late work goes, I don't agree with turning work in 3 weeks late. I only had one teacher who ever did that for me, and that was because I had to take care of a family member, and I was responsible and turned in all other assignments. . A few teachers of mine allow a certain amount of time to turn work in, which is usually about a day.


The only reason my teachers take it easier on me is because I'm not an insufferable cock to all of them. I'm respectful, which should be expected, and I'm responsible for my mistakes and such.



Lowkey, do you have any of those "funny teacher stories"? Shits mad funny.
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#55 - doombunni (09/01/2016) [-]
Quote of the year last year:

girl: I think I need to be more pacific
boy: Girl, you can't be pacific, you ain't an ocean


We had a kid a couple years ago flip the fuck out, then run out of the school and into some random person's house. Took a while to get him out.

I convinced all of the seventh graders last year that the school was haunted, which caused mayhem one day in gym when one of the girls thought she saw a chair move on its own. My bad.
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#54 - doombunni (09/01/2016) [-]
I allow my kids a 3 day window before I absolutely will not accept late work, and even then they can only get partial credit.

I do offer one year-long extra credit opportunity. If they memorize and sing the preamble song from schoolhouse rock in class, I would give them an extra grade. No takers so far.
#6 - I run the lemonade carts for my town's beach service every sum…  [+] (3 replies) 08/15/2016 on Wincoc Teith Relu Kiglysp +13
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#15 - Deavas (08/16/2016) [-]
Tits or gtfo
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#14 - karson (08/16/2016) [-]
Maybe the men are married?
Just a shot in the dark, but maybe they are married, on vacation where nobody knows them, and think they can get away with it. They're already in the wrong for hitting on someone while being married, so maybe the fact that the girl is underage doesnt make it much worse in their eyes?

What state are you in? In some states the legal age is 16. I live near the beach in NC and older guys hit on young girls all the time. But ive found that tourists from up north tend to think that 16 is the age in all of the south for some reason.
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#17 - doombunni (08/17/2016) [-]
I live in Myrtle Beach, SC but worked in Surfside. The older/possibly married guys were the ones who would be creepy till a new customer showed up then would wander off, but it was the younger ones who were persistent even after they were told no multiple times. I guess being on vacation made them think they could get away with stuff they couldn't do back home
#14 - I think he always asks the artist's permission before he parod…  [+] (8 replies) 07/28/2016 on Mighty need +8
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#35 - thecomkiller (07/28/2016) [-]
I remember reading that, and the awesome thing about him is: he doesn't actually have to. If he wanted to, he could just do whatever the fuck he wanted because parody is protected that way, but he's just a cool dude like that.
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#16 - leifbunny (07/28/2016) [-]
Well, yeah. I'd like to think, to some degree, it's milestone to say you've totally made it.
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#20 - tenaciouslee (07/28/2016) [-]
It's funny to me that you say that, because many artists have said that they saw Weird Al asking to parody their music as their milestone to say that they've become a good artist.
#34 - Jetstorm (07/28/2016) [-]
If I recall correctly, it was only Kurt and Gaga that openly said that it was a milestone for their careers. However only a single artist turned him down in his entire career, and that was Prince (As long as you don't consider the crap Gaga's manager pulled as a turning him down, since Gaga eventually overruled it).

I was pretty hyped to see that his most recent album actually reached number one on the US Top 200 charts, especially considering it's a parody album.
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#39 - phoenixprince (07/28/2016) [-]
paul mccartney had a problem with the song chicken pot pie because he is a strict vegetarian
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#38 - stonetomcat (07/28/2016) [-]
I think Amish Paradise was rejected too, but it was released anyway due to a miscommunication. Coolio's agent said it was OK, but Coolio himself said no. By the time Weird Al was told, however, it was already released.
Al and Coolio made up and actually hugged it out in the end, from what I've heard.
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#36 - thecomkiller (07/28/2016) [-]
didn't M&M pull out of one after he had said yes and Al had already finished the song?
#21 - leifbunny (07/28/2016) [-]
oh.