stealthy pyramid

Today’s post is going to be much shorter than yesterday’s because I’m tired and, really, nothing of note happened today, aside from my confronting dork who  changed my assignment.  But that was boring because he just looked beaten down and apologized.  I don’t think his year is really going all that well.

I also wanted to share with you the cute persistence that is my 9th grade class.  Or, at least half of them.   Whenever I finish class before the bell, I give them an opportunity to ask random questions.  Earlier this year, one of them seized on the idea of instead making a “stealthy dogpile.”  This involves them, very quietly, moving the desks out of the way and piling on top of each other.  Recently, this escalated to them wanting to do a “stealthy pyramid,” which I have categorized as forbidden.  This is actually usually put forth by one student in particular.  He wasn’t there today, but someone came through for him.  Would I be evil if I’d let them do it when he was gone?

 Sadly, I’m already ready for another vacation…

 –ryo out


3 Responses to “stealthy pyramid”

  1. 1 limey
    11 February 2008 at 18:22:33

    Totally, does he deserve evil?

  2. 2 gargles
    11 February 2008 at 18:46:33

    did you take photos? or would that be bad

  3. 3 ryoryo
    11 February 2008 at 19:59:54

    a) He does not deserve evil. Or, not really. I guess. But I do like being evil, so it would balance out.

    b) I did not take photos. It probably wouldn’t be bad — I could always claim they were for yearbook. ^^

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