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From: Benji (meb3nji.com)
Date: Mon Mar 22 2010 - 15:30:34 CDT
>>Think back a year or two to your time in elementary school.
4 actually, but y'know, I'll let that slide.
>>Did you get the feeling that if thenon-teacher grown-ups weren't there,
the floors wouldn't get cleaned, lunch
wouldn't happen, none of the paperwork in the office would happen, and in
general things wouldn't work well?
I was a hall monitor, I was pretty good at it aswell. One time, I saw this
guy coming and I was all like "WOWA DUDE, WTH DO YOU THINK YOU'RE DOING" and
he ran. I was pretty slick, I even rolled up pieces of paper and pretended
to smoke. I was like the bounty hunter of the halls. Do you have hall
monitors at 'college' (is that the correct spelling?)? If you do, email me,
I'm currently looking for a job where I can get lots of power.
One time I was called a 'little hitler', obviously I didnt let it go to my
head, but I am quite proud of that moment.
On Mon, Mar 22, 2010 at 8:26 PM, <Valdis.Kletnieksvt.edu> wrote:
> On Mon, 22 Mar 2010 19:27:35 -0000, Benji said:
> > This seems absurd. Why would any organisation holding 18-27~ year olds
> > staff?!
> If you have to ask, the answer won't make any sense to you. But what the
> Think back a year or two to your time in elementary school. Did you get
> sense that there were students there, and teachers, and a lot of grown-ups
> worked there that weren't teachers? Did you get the feeling that if the
> non-teacher grown-ups weren't there, the floors wouldn't get cleaned, lunch
> wouldn't happen, none of the paperwork in the office would happen, and in
> general things wouldn't work well? Well, those non-teacher grown-ups were
> And a college or university needs them for the same reasons your elementary
> school did.
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