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    FOR MY PEOPLE!!!

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      Originally posted by THE_OMEN View Post
      Repost.
      But still hilarious.
      WDG

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        Kitteh wants moar food

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          "yeah I'm currently running my own magazine and it's all about my balls"

          yeah that song is pretty cool
          Awesome thread https://www.be-mag.com/msgboard/gossip/1774972-awesome-thread

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            Originally posted by Oli P. View Post

            Kitteh wants moar food
            Works well with this,

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              would you just take a look over there
              where
              there

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                Paranoid Seal. Wait for it.

                would you just take a look over there
                where
                there

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                  http://www.cracked.com/blog/9-restau...your-appetite/

                  LOL @ #1
                  Awesome thread https://www.be-mag.com/msgboard/gossip/1774972-awesome-thread

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                    Originally posted by gambiacrumember View Post
                    Works well with this,

                    right you are!

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                      Originally posted by timmons View Post
                      From: Margaret Bennett
                      Date: Friday 22 August 2009 3.40pm
                      To: David Thorne
                      Subject: computer room

                      Hello David
                      I tried to call you but your phone is off. Just letting you know that Seb bought a flash drive to school yesterday and copied a game onto the school computers which is against the school rules and he has been banned from using the computer room for the rest of the term.
                      Sincerely, Margaret
                      From: David Thorne
                      Date: Monday 25 August 2009 9.16am
                      To: Margaret Bennett
                      Subject: Re: computer room

                      Dear Maggie,
                      Thankyou for your email. I am not answering my mobile phone at the moment as I am experiencing iPhone envy and every second spent using my Nokia is like being trapped in a loveless marriage. Where you stay together for the kids. And the kids all have iPhones.
                      I was not aware that my offspring taking software to school was in breach of school rules. Although the game is strategic and public domain, not to mention that it was I who copied and gave it to him, I agree that banning him from access to the computers at school is an appropriate punishment. Especially considering his enthusiasm for the subject.
                      Also, though physical discipline is not longer administered in the public school system, it would probably be appropriate in this instance if nobody is watching. I know from experience that he can take a punch.
                      Regards, David.
                      From: Margaret Bennett
                      Date: Tuesday 26 August 2009 10.37am
                      To: David Thorne
                      Subject: Re: Re: computer room

                      David
                      We would never strike a student and whether the software is pirated or not is not the issue. He denied having the drive which means he knew he shouldn't have it here then it was found in his bag so I feel the punishment is suitable.
                      Margaret
                      From: David Thorne
                      Date: Tuesday 26 August 2009 11.04am
                      To: Margaret Bennett
                      Subject: Re: Re: Re: computer room

                      Dear Maggie,
                      Yes, I agree. Education and access to the tools necessary for such should always come secondary to discipline. When I was young, discipline was an accepted part of each school day. Once, when I coloured outside the lines, I was forced to stand in the playground with a sign around my neck that read 'non-conformist' while the other children pelted me with rubble from the recently torched school library. Apparently a copy of Biggles had been found behind a filing cabinet.
                      Another time, because I desperately wanted a Battlestar Galactica jacket like Apollo in the television series, using brown house paint from the shed at home, I painted my denim jacket and used Araldite to attach brass door hinges as clasps. Feeling that it was an excellent representation and despite the oil based paint still being soaking wet, I wore it to school the next day. Unfortunately, the paint dried while I was sitting in Mrs Bowman's English class, securing me to the chair. After the school handyman cut me free, I was sent to the principal for damaging school property. My punishment was to scrape wads of chewing gum off the bottom of every chair in the school after hours. It took several weeks and it was during this lonely time that I created my imaginary friend Mr Wrigley. During class, when the teacher was not looking, we would pass each other notes regarding the merits of disciplinary action and how one day we would own real Battlestar Galactica jackets.
                      Also, if you happen to see Seb eating anything over the next few weeks, please remove the food from him immediately. He forgot to feed his turtle last week and I feel a month without food will help him understand both the importance of being a responsible pet owner and the effects of malnutrition.
                      Regards, David.
                      From: Margaret Bennett
                      Date: Tuesday 26 August 2009 4.10pm
                      To: David Thorne
                      Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: computer room

                      David
                      I hope you are not being serious about the food but I am forwarding your email to the principal as per school policy.
                      Margaret
                      From: David Thorne
                      Date: Wednesday 27 August 2009 11.18am
                      To: Margaret Bennett
                      Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: computer room

                      Dear Maggie,
                      Rest assured I would not really withhold nutritional requirements from any child. Except maybe that one that starred in the Home Alone movies. I read somewhere that a healthy breakfast helps concentration and have found, since replacing my usual diet of nicotine with froot loops, I am able to move small objects with my mind.
                      Just this morning Seb and I were discussing the importance of good nutrition which is why, if you check in his school bag, you will find a bag of rice, vegetables, a wok and a camp stove. The gas bottle can be a little tricky but has instructions printed on the side so he should be alright. Please remind him to stand well back and cover his face while igniting as the hose is worn and has developed a small leak.
                      Also, I am not sure what you are teaching in your classroom but Seb came home the other week talking about a healthy eating pyramid. I had to explain to him that pyramids are made of stone and therefore not edible so I would appreciate you not filling his head with these fanciful notions.
                      Regards, David.
                      From: Margaret Bennett
                      Date: Wednesday 27 August 2009 2.05pm
                      To: David Thorne
                      Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: computer room

                      David
                      I have no idea what your point is. I will speak to the principal about the ban but you have to understand that only government approved software is allowed on the computers and Seb knew this rule.
                      Margaret
                      From: David Thorne
                      Date: Wednesday 27 August 2009 2.17pm
                      To: Margaret Bennett
                      Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: computer room

                      Dear Maggie,
                      I understand the need for conformity. Without a concise set of rules to follow we would probably all have to resort to common sense. Discipline is the key to conformity and it is important that we learn not to question authority at an early age.
                      Just this week I found a Sue Townsend novel in Seb's bag that I do not believe is on the school approved reading list. Do not concern yourself about it making its way to the school yard though as we attended a community book burning last night. Although one lady tried to ruin the atmosphere with comments regarding Mayan codices and the Alexandrian Libraries, I mentioned to the High Magus that I had overheard her discussing spells to turn the village cow's milk sour and the mob took care of the rest.
                      Regards, David.
                      From: Margaret Bennett
                      Date: Thursday 28 August 2009 11.56am
                      To: David Thorne
                      Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: computer room

                      David,
                      I have spoken to the principal and in this instance we will lift the ban.
                      Margaret
                      Amount of awesomeness in this is insane.

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                        Originally posted by antidote859 View Post
                        Paranoid Seal. Wait for it.

                        Seals are the greatest.
                        soon.

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                          wat

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                            Originally posted by Oli P. View Post
                            wat
                            Awesome thread https://www.be-mag.com/msgboard/gossip/1774972-awesome-thread

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                              COZMO WHEELS FOR SALE

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