Vigils

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Respect My Authoratayyy!!!

When we were in the fourth grade at Millcreek elementary Mrs. Anticheck stood us up and publicly vilified us for our sins. Sitting at the back of the class, I had ample opportunities to hone my public speaking skills.

One day, after watching David O. Mackay’s funeral on the TV in our class, I was asked to spell English, it was written on the chalkboard.

I still can’t spell very well, but I got a pare of glasses that year, and some one on one time with a very nice older Lady who turned me on to a book called the Mouse and the Motorcycle.

Thank you Ma’am, I really needed those glasses.

Oh, and thanks for the spell checker, it’s awesome.

http://political.moveon.org/event/events/index.html?action_id=34&search_distance=30&search_zip=84047&submit=Search

http://deesings.livejournal.com/185967.html

http://firedoglake.blogspot.com/2006_02_19_firedoglake_archive.html#114055082068377914

Thanks for the pic.
http://www.toast442.org/C236517467/E20050826144602/

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5 Responses to Vigils

  1. teen says:

    You can’t spell English. *eyerolls* It’s not that hard. E-N-G-L-I-S-H

  2. Grampa says:

    Once the glasses were in place I also noticed trees have leaves. Not just big green blobs.

  3. glenn says:

    One has a pair of glasses, and we pare apples. A pear is not an apple though. Respect my auuuthoritay! Hahaha, Good stuff Clint. cheers glenn

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