Calm down team rocket.
@Smash Like Gaston, swiper no swiping
@Smash Like Gaston, to protect the world from devastion
@eleven, To unite all people within our nations
@SimonPetrikov, to denounce the evils of truth and love..
@Soul Eaten, to extend our reach to the stars above
@Honaw Fierceclaw, jesse
@TheCruzanator, team rocket blast off at the speed of light
@Smash Like Gaston, surrender now, or prepare to fight
*Plot twist* It's a note in the teacher's lounge written by the principal.
"And on the count of cruel and unusual punishment, how do you plead"
@YogaShorts, totally justified your honor.
That's the evilist thing I can imagine
Just reading this gave me anxiety.
So I lock my phone first, that's was easy to avoid.
Unless I'm being disruptive in class, just mind your own damn business and do your fvcking job. If I fail the class, that's my own fault. If you're too boring to listen to, that's your fault.
@Scarlet Pumpernickel, I don't think it's wrong for teachers/professors to want their students to respect their time and effort. There's nothing like lecturing in front of a class and being able to clearly see that people aren't paying attention.
@Ruupasya, I don't think it's wrong either. I just strongly dislike teachers who want to be important so much that they need to threaten students to make them feel important
@Scarlet Pumpernickel, Teachers are evaluated on how well their students do, so they try to make sure they can get as many students paying attention as possible so class test grades will make the teachers look good
@Scarlet Pumpernickel, a teacher's job is to teach you, they can't do that if you're not paying attention.
Unless of course they decide to use all of the items you spent your real money on, then it's theft. And then I would move to a different school. Because fvck that. Then again, I wouldn't play my game while the teacher is talking/lecturing, just if it was during quiet work time and I had no work.
@Agent Upvote, it's also a felony to go through and destroy someone's intellectual property.
1. Intellectual property is not a physical thing you can hold in your hands. You cannot "destroy" intellectual property. It's like an idea or a concept that is recognized by law as belonging to someone.
2. The "intellectual property" isn't yours (not yours as a consumer, that is) just because you bought it. That's the same thing as saying that you own the rights to Batman just because you bought a comic book.
Not trying to be a d1ck, and I see what you're saying, but you're just using some improper terminology here that makes your statement not make a whole lot of sense.
This was actually made by my Digital Media instructor! Crazy how much attention it's gotten.... Some people actually got offended by it because they didn't take it as a joke like she meant for it to be....
Well you'd have to track/ find a pokemon to waste them. Please... go ahead...
My God, there is a special place for people like you in hell
That teacher is Pokémon No