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Just sharing my hate.

Hate life

Hate my parents

Hate me

Hate everything

my latest journal:

http://caloriecount.about.com/users/mrsmatthe wgubler/431249.html

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Original Post by amethystgirl:

Original Post by kotov_syndrome:

Did anyone else just think of the Mr. Stay Puft scene from Ghostbusters?

Yes, but that doesn't set this moment apart from many other moments.

Don't cross the streams.

 ...I think we're gonna have to.

MrsM: Have you never seen Ghostbusters? -.O It's a cinematic masterpiece. With a gigantic marshmallow-man who tries to destroy NYC.

Original Post by kotov_syndrome:

Did anyone else just think of the Mr. Stay Puft scene from Ghostbusters?

 Nobody steps on a church in MY town!!!

*takes a little bit of enjoyment from a pop culture reference I actually get...*

no. I don't really like Ghostbusters..... my brother has seen it.

That's funny though :)

I actually looked it up cuz no one was replying.

The first one is great. The second one...has its moments. You should YouTube some scenes.

Original Post by kotov_syndrome:

The first one is great. The second one...has its moments. You should YouTube some scenes.

 I would if I had YouTube. My school blocks it, along with FaceBook and Twitter...................

i sent another one santo!! lol lol lol.

i'm very excited that i'm figuring out this email business. needs to have a big flashy button saying "you've got mail".

Original Post by mrsmatthewgubler:

Original Post by kotov_syndrome:

The first one is great. The second one...has its moments. You should YouTube some scenes.

 I would if I had YouTube. My school blocks it, along with FaceBook and Twitter...................

 Ah. Sucks.

On an unrelated note...if I don't eat something soon, I might die. I wonder if the pig roommate has eaten all of rice concoction...*off to kitchen*

Original Post by mrsmatthewgubler:

Original Post by kotov_syndrome:

The first one is great. The second one...has its moments. You should YouTube some scenes.

 I would if I had YouTube. My school blocks it, along with FaceBook and Twitter...................

 I don't want to be a downer, but that is probably a good thing.  It really seems like you might be spending too much time on other websites and that could be slowing your school progress.  I really think you should consider my advise on the schoolwork and ADD issues(post #34 in case you missed it)

Original Post by randomv3:

Original Post by mrsmatthewgubler:

Original Post by kotov_syndrome:

The first one is great. The second one...has its moments. You should YouTube some scenes.

 I would if I had YouTube. My school blocks it, along with FaceBook and Twitter...................

 I don't want to be a downer, but that is probably a good thing.  It really seems like you might be spending too much time on other websites and that could be slowing your school progress.  I really think you should consider my advise on the schoolwork and ADD issues(post #34 in case you missed it)

 It is a good thing, I just don't like it. haha.

And actually, I hardly ever go on FaceBook and Twitter and Gmail. And all my friends are getting madder and madder at me cuz I never reply. Which bites. But I seriously hardly ever go on those. Now CC, I have school up in another tab, so I'm doing both (mostly school though)

If you truely have ADD, that's probably not the best way to study.

Original Post by randomv3:

If you truely have ADD, that's probably not the best way to study.

 Mm. Yeah. But I'm gettin good grades. I've learned that if I go away from something for just a few moments, when I come back, I do a lot better. So in a way, I kinda have to destract myself from the stress of doing school. Only problem is, I sometimes take too long to come back to school...

The only class I'm "failing" is Civics. I've got a C+ in Civ. So I'm not really failing, it's just not up with my other classes.

Here's my grades btw:
Biology: 81 B-
Civics: 79 C+
English: 84 B
Math: 84 B
Music: 87 B

So I'm doing pretty good. I'm on my last 2 tests for Music, then I'll be done with that. And I'm starting in my second half in Civics (changing to Phsychology), English and Math. So I'm doing good.

I guess my ADD isn't as bad as my mom thinks... That's the reason I'm homeschooled... that and money.

Anyways... I'm cooled down... wow.. that didn't take long..

^^ so much wasted energy on hate.

Since when do public schools (k-12) in the US charge for an education? 

Original Post by scubatoy:

Since when do public schools (k-12) in the US charge for an education? 

They don't.

Original Post by amethystgirl:

Original Post by scubatoy:

Since when do public schools (k-12) in the US charge for an education? 

They don't.

 Maybe things are different where you are, but where I am they do. I know that for a friggin fact.

Original Post by mrsmatthewgubler:

Original Post by amethystgirl:

Original Post by scubatoy:

Since when do public schools (k-12) in the US charge for an education? 

They don't.

 Maybe things are different where you are, but where I am they do. I know that for a friggin fact.

Public school where I live don't charge a tuition fee, but it does cost to rent school books and there are lab fees.  Last time I checked, it was about $150-$200 per child each year.  I think there are programs to help parents that can't cover those costs.

Original Post by mrsmatthewgubler:

Original Post by amethystgirl:

Original Post by scubatoy:

Since when do public schools (k-12) in the US charge for an education? 

They don't.

 Maybe things are different where you are, but where I am they do. I know that for a friggin fact.

do we have to go through this again?  call your school district office, mrs gubler. you live in a country that provides free education.  you can deny it all you want; it won't make you any less wrong.

Original Post by mrsmatthewgubler:

Original Post by amethystgirl:

Original Post by scubatoy:

Since when do public schools (k-12) in the US charge for an education? 

They don't.

 Maybe things are different where you are, but where I am they do. I know that for a friggin fact.

Also where Mrs Grubler is from, 16 year olds act like spoiled 12 year olds.  Grow up Grub, you can move out in a couple of years.

Original Post by rosieblue:

Also where Mrs Grubler is from, 16 year olds act like spoiled 12 year olds.  Grow up Grub, you can move out in a couple of years.

 yeah, that's lovely. Why don't you friggin grow up???

AND IT'S GUBLER!!! NOT GRUBLER!!!!! >( LEARN TO TYPE!!

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