March 08, 2019
February 03, 2019
And when he gets home he can give a 3 word verbal essay on how his day at school went. Poor Charlie Brown.
Teacher and class should be grateful it was short.http://www.gocomics.com/nonsequitur/2012/09/14
Making him read it to the class sounds like something nuns would do in Catholic schools when I was a kid.
And yet I bet it felt as though he’d been up there forever, no matter how short the presentation.
Sadly, I remember such experiences — ridacule was supposed to motivate us.
I hate speaking up.
Schulz has such a great understanding of childhood cruelty.
@MPeters My comment yesterday was from a Cheech and Chong routine.
Google Trans-Pacific Partnership. With Only 2 days left, I feel everybody needs to read about it.
I love ‘Strangers in the Night’ so much… It’s such a romantic song.
I listen to it almost every day.You have really good taste if you are a Frankie fan.
Have a wonderful weekend, Snoopy_Fan!
I had a history teacher who would never allow kids to laught, taunt, or bully another student. I understand teachers won’t permit that today. I hope all the Charlie Brown’s in the world today are getting a fair chance. I hope too they find themselves.
Interesting – he wrote “I played ball, and I went to camp.”, but he read “I went to camp, and I played ball.”
Sorry I didn’t reply yesterday. I was on an overnight camping trip with my school. I would also rather type than write my work. Thank you for saying you liked my comments. I like your comments too. : )
Poor Charlie Brown! The other kids are being so mean to him!
I used to hate getting up in front of the class. Poor Charlie Brown.