Feeling pretty disgusted with Tom. The man doesn’t talk with his daughter and allows his floozie to make all the decisions and handle everything pertaining to his daughter.
Gotta love Natasha’s attitude.
For some reas0n, I think Tiff’s dad signed the contracts to pay for school and the dorm room. Despite what Ann says, a contract is a contract.
Actually I think that 50% take was not fair to Tiffany. Tiff has shown generosity to them.
I have less confidence in Tommy’s spy skills against the raccoons. Totally different personalities.
Does Natasha know the conclusion is wrong?
The truth is horrible, Elvis.
Time to figure out how to bring back Tiff As Nails. Or there her Soufflé owner friend. You have mentors, Tiff, use them.
I’ve had teachers who were more helpful to struggling students. One (macroeconomics) kept past tests in the library for review, another (weather and climate) collected data on his tests and threw out questions that were answered incorrectly by the majority—I forget his percentage cutoff, and another (geology) offered extra office time.From the comments, it strikes me as almost fraud (grade inflation) if: 1) teachers cannot write tests adequate for the class or 2) must dilute tests because core requisite information is missing from the students. Another teacher (English) gave a lot of vocab, rewrite opportunities, etc. to improve grades. Most of the class complained it was too hard: I loved professors like her.
Elvis the Brave!