The Ancients stayed close to Nature, thought with her, and without extraordinary contrivances, they played with matter.
--R.A. Schwaller de Lubicz
A little karaoke and a lot of booze help the staff unwind on a Friday night. They were still going strong when I left at midnight. I have class this morning at 8:30. I'm old.
Thank God Maryland doesn't let straights marry or adopt. What if the kiddies saw this?
I mentioned printing these photos and giving them to the kiddies, but the Mrs. informed me that would be a violation of some Code teachers have. Students can't see that their teachers are human beings, or something.The guy at the far left told me as I was singing David Bowie that he was falling in love with me. Then he said it again when I sang "Beast of Burden." We're both married.
While you were doing this, your eighth graders were doing lines at some club and downing bottles of Cristal, while girls climbed stripper poles in the background to a Snoop Dog song. I think they could handle your karaoke picture.At first I thought the guy on the left was Ron Snyder. Married or no, if he saw you sing Frank Sinatra he'd probably run away to Vermont with you.
Actually I closed out the night with "Fly Me to the Moon." I should have done a Cole Porter.Your description of my students' weekend is accurate, excepting the Snoop Dogg. Their grandparents listen to Snoop Dogg. It's all L'il Wayne and 50 Cent.
BTW--do you remember that Lead Cluck named Jason somewhat? You threatened to beat him up when he was watching the store during some overnight remodel. I saw him last week waiting tables at a local breakfast joint.
Jason....vaguely I remember him. I only remember physical violence when Courtney let that customer walk out with the Buster Keaton display.Where is Courtney? Which Barnes & Noble did he end up at?
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