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Postby Spec A! on 22 May 2008 02:02

Teachers rock. That is so awesome what you have done for your class! I always felt the classes I always did better in had Teachers which I not only thought were cool, but were completely engaging and didn't just teach from a book.

Would you be able to transcribe this into English and post it all for us to read? :D
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Postby luddite lady on 22 May 2008 02:59

Spec A, you continue to amaze me! If I were you right now, I'd be so far off the ground that I wouldn't be able to read any other threads, let alone comment on them. You are so sweet. I'll post the story in English eventually if you guys would like. It'll sound pretty funny because it is written in very simple French. It'll be like the flag meets Dora.
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Postby Chatchka on 22 May 2008 03:13

Vous Rock, LL.

Voulez Vous ROCK avec moi?!

(Sorry, lame, couldn't help myself and my french lessons ended before I became a Police fan, if that doesn't date me too much.)

This is about the coolest teaching experience I can think of. If I'd had you as a French teacher, I'd still be parlezing the vous out of some merde.
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Postby Spec A! on 22 May 2008 03:16

OMG that would make it that much better!

FLAG, STEWART, POINT! Say it with me! FLAG, STEWART, POINT! FLAG STEWART POINT!

Totally needs to make it's way to STEWART. :D
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Postby DirtyMartini on 22 May 2008 03:52

Oh my god, that is too fucking funny.

Llady, you absolutely must share the results.
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Postby luddite lady on 22 May 2008 04:00

Right now I'm cruising the flag gallery to find a good shot of the back of the flag to help explain how the fans sign it. It's fucking hard to find one without the word FUCK written all fucking over it! Spec A's avi with the flag's cherry popping moment is about all I can find. It's fucking blank!
I guess I'll do some post print up censorship with a marker. DM, is it OK to let a non-mission control sanctioned marker touch a *picture* of the flag? I need to ask since Stewart feels like he's no longer allowed to go near pieces of green construction paper without your permission.
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Postby DirtyMartini on 22 May 2008 04:12

Oh, crap! Llady, I saw your question of me earlier, "turned" the page, and totally forgot to answer. My apologies.

Do whatever the fuck you need to do, of course! (Tee hee.)
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Postby kimmy on 22 May 2008 10:43

LL... This is priceless!!!

Keep the updates coming.....!

Maybe on the last day you could tell the class they feature in this thread and been read about around the world!!

And I'd love to read your English translation... as my French is crap!

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Postby smudge on 22 May 2008 10:52

[quote="luddite lady"]Spec A, you continue to amaze me! If I were you right now, I'd be so far off the ground that I wouldn't be able to read any other threads, let alone comment on them. You are so sweet. I'll post the story in English eventually if you guys would like. It'll sound pretty funny because it is written in very simple French. It'll be like the flag meets Dora.[/quote]

Can we have the french version too? Hell, give us the whole unit. If it is good enough for the Ontario Ministry of Education, it is good enough for sc.net, right? (You might want to throw in some cuss words I guess...)

Very, very cool LL :-)
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Postby dafttart on 22 May 2008 11:35

LL, you are simply BRILLIANT!!!!

Long live the Le Drapeau Vert :D :D :D :D :D
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Postby DirtyMartini on 22 May 2008 12:19

[quote="smudge"]
Can we have the french version too? Hell, give us the whole unit. If it is good enough for the Ontario Ministry of Education, it is good enough for sc.net, right? (You might want to throw in some cuss words I guess...)
[/quote]

And sex.

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Postby Chatchka on 22 May 2008 12:43

Le Ginormous Gong, Duh! or is that, Deux? :mrgreen:
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Postby smudge on 22 May 2008 12:45

[quote="Chatchka"]Le Ginormous Gong, Duh! or is that, Deux? :mrgreen:[/quote]

Two gongs? :shock: Mon Dieu!
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Postby DirtyMartini on 22 May 2008 12:53

Formidable.
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Postby Lynne on 22 May 2008 13:31

[quote="smudge"]
Can we have the french version too? Hell, give us the whole unit. If it is good enough for the Ontario Ministry of Education, it is good enough for sc.net, right? (You might want to throw in some cuss words I guess...)[/quote]

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