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Writer's Block: Life's lessons [Mar. 5th, 2011|08:18 am]
Verminius Rex

If you could confront the worst teacher you've ever had, what would you tell him or her?

I'll be honest, the worst teachers I had didn't impact my life enough to warrant a confrontation. They are so irrelevant that I would have a hard time remembering their names (the two I'd put into this category was my 6th grade teacher because he was a douchbag, and the 8th grade teacher that taught English and Religion because she was an uptight bitch who apparently didn't think I should graduate, but I don't remember her trying to help me at all.)

I would give a shoutout to the teachers that made a difference, including my freshman English teacher Mrs Langford because she was always there to talk, and the physics teacher who let me be a teacher's aid so I could drop an unneeded psych class with a lame teacher (I always thought of it as political asylum).