hmmm, yeah, well.....you 'n Dean's sister. However, not so elsewhere ..... LOLI stayed out of trouble -- no smoking, no drinking or drugs, no baby at 16, no truancy, and no arrests.
Public school In Pennsylvania. Circa 1980.Wow -- this was public school -- not Catholic or military school? What city was this? I went to school in San Diego.
Casper would've been a cast member of the feline version of "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" -- Sean Penn's character.With that kid who took a swing at the Truant Officer, the response was entirely appropriate, IMO.
I guarantee that Walt would have said something like, “Mister Johnson! What are doing out of class without a pass?”
I remember the first day of high school when all Freshmen were called to the auditorium to have the rules read to them. The principal stood on the stage and read them off like a drill sargeant.
”Teachers ARE authorized to use ALL reasonable measures, INCLUDING physical force, in order to stop a violent act, quell a disturbance or preserve the safety of all students, in general.”
That was the only time I can remember when teachers had to enact that policy.
Casper would be the one standing out back of the school, whispering to every cat what walked by, “Hey! Wanna’ buy some catnip?”