I guess I better keep my fat Asian butt out of the Deep South, then. D':
...Oh, right, I forgot that you had to get the teacher's signatures in some schools in America. Dx Well, you should show her your determination then. Teachers can't refuse students who wishes to strive for academic excellence.
But why? All that wealth don't disappear, they go somewhere! And that somewhere is Danish banks! 8D
On a totally unrelated note, "Sarah Paliner" is an alternate account that I use. My main one is here. I have this one so I can use different theme styles and lurk, and since I saw you like Hetalia and I had a Hetalia theme on this account, I decided to spam your Visitor's Message space with this account. 8DD
Well that's darn tootin'. I'm pretty much convinced that racism has died in the South long ago, and I still am. Hopefully, that man is just the odd one out of the bunch. ._.
As I've learned in my High School career, teachers usually bluff about these things. If I had taken into consideration what my teachers said to not take, I would have never gotten to where I am now. I didn't do so hot in Middle School (partly because of the language issue, though it wasn't really that big of a deal), but I worked hard and did very well in advanced classes in High School, much to the surprise of my old teachers. Just sign up for it if you still can; there's no real downside.
Haha, that's the power I granted Denmark's axe. It supposedly cuts a country's GDP per capita by $20,000 each time it hits another Hetalia country. XD
I saw it in the bookstore today. You know, in the school's textbooks, I see Swastikas and racist comments. I know Neo-Nazis live in this area...we have a former KKK member, there's definitely a Neo-Nazi. I live down South, in Florida. When people think of racists, they think of that old White guy sitting on his porch in the swamp, ranting about how Segregation was the best thing in the world.
I live about 20 miles away from that man.
ANYWAY. I agree, I love Chemistry and History. Even though I can't take Chemistry. My Biology teacher said that we had to make Straight "A"s in order to get into that class, which I don't think is true. Then again, she was talking to a regular class, you know, the not-so-smart ones. -Cough-Me-Cough-
I'll tell you what's not right, leaving an Anne Frank book in between two copies of "Mein Kampf".
It's not the classes, it's the teachers. Mr. Perry; World Geography annnnnd Ms. Thoreen; Culinary Arts.
The most boring classes in the school, so I say it's a good thing, being able to sleep during class.
Marshmallow jacket? That sounds mucho comfortable. XD Might just be me being sick, but I just can't stay awake right now to do my darn quotation analysis. I feel so comfy and sleepy....meep. But what sort of classes are you allowed to sleep in? XD
An Anne Frank quote linking to a GPX Plus account? That doesn't seem right. D:
You sound like a Mafioso! "That's all you need to know."
The teachers always say that whenever someone falls asleep; "Take off your jacket, the warmth is making you sleepy!"
I also thought they were just crazy, but they were right. I was wearing my "marshmallow" jacket, and I just felt so comfortable...I wanted to sleep. We're allowed to sleep a certain classes, though the teacher retorts by saying; "It ain't my problem if you don't want to learn!" Then I feel bad and don't want to sleep. :T
I see you've fixed it also. :]
Ontario is the province that connects to Michigan and New York, and where Toronto is. That's all you need to know. o3o;
The temperature change wasn't too bad for me, but that's because I always go outside in several layers of clothing underneath a thick jacket. The temperature drop somehow made me lazier, though. Probably because the comfy warm clothing makes me so relaxed and sleepy. D8
I just noticed a typo in my last message. -commits suicide-
No, that second paragraph did not make MUCH sense. Some, but not a whole lot. o3o
You go from HECKA hot to Coolio Canada. Can you handle such a temperate change?
Nah, I'm an ethnic Vietnamese. :] Vietnam was hot as heck. Probably no one around me has ever heard of winter. D'8
Just a bit, I guess. Sounds like someone is trying too hard to spice up a dull name like "Canada." There's not really a "Canadian" accent for someone around Ontario, which is kind of an extension of New York, to be honest. There might be an accent from the Atlantic provinces or Quebec, but not around where I live.
....'kay, did anything I say in the second paragraph makes sense to a non-Canadian?