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Topic: Would you......
Message: Posted by: Justin Style (Nov 14, 2008 10:30AM)
Rather be the smartest one in the dumb class, or the dumbest one in the smart class?

As for me, I was the tallest one on the short bus…
Message: Posted by: Slartibartfast (Nov 14, 2008 11:27AM)
I like to be surrounded by people smarter than I am.

Fortunately this is not hard to do.
Message: Posted by: Doug Higley (Nov 14, 2008 12:25PM)
I was the former...thus I didn't bother showing up except to pass their moronic tests.
Message: Posted by: stoneunhinged (Nov 14, 2008 12:26PM)
Actually, I have always been, and still am, both.

No lie.
Message: Posted by: MagicSanta (Nov 14, 2008 12:31PM)
I was one of those kids who never did homework, ever.....EVER (until college) but I would walk in an ace every test. This gal Amy and I (I ran into her a couple years ago at the grocery store and she couldn't believe someone remembered her and this is a couple decades later) would do so well on test the curve would be messed up. So I was the lowest grade on work but highest on tests....so I guess I was both.
Message: Posted by: GlenD (Nov 14, 2008 04:59PM)
I would rather be with a dumb lass in a smart class than a smart @ss in a dumb class or a dumb @ss in a smart class or even a lass with no class for that matter! Now what was the question? Just passing by and thought I would try and make a funny... Cya guys.

Glen
Message: Posted by: MAKMagic (Nov 14, 2008 05:12PM)
Lol Man, you all missed a superb opportunity here.

I am the smartest one in the dumb Not very magical, still... class

sucka!
Message: Posted by: MAKMagic (Nov 14, 2008 05:13PM)
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On 2008-11-14 17:59, GlenD wrote:
I would rather be with a dumb lass in a smart class than a smart @ss in a dumb class or a dumb @ss in a smart class or even a lass with no class for that matter! Now what was the question? Just passing by and thought I would try and make a funny... Cya guys.

Glen
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You want to be a chic?
Message: Posted by: rossmacrae (Nov 14, 2008 11:07PM)
Serious response:

When I was very young they all paraded me around in wonder at my facility with reading. I could read anything. And they grabbed me out of that grade and bumped me up a grade.

I was immediately a fish out of water, and for the rest of my schooling, I was a year less mature and confident than my classmates. And I thought it was my fault. It made most of my school years an unending parade of not-quite-fitting-in.

Stay the smartest one in the dumb class - you may be bored, but you'll be the one getting A+ and if they grade on a curve, you'll leave the others in the dust.
Message: Posted by: Josh Riel (Nov 14, 2008 11:18PM)
I find this offensive!

We prefer to be called "differently correct". L2compassion
Message: Posted by: MagicSanta (Nov 14, 2008 11:28PM)
I like that! Differently correct.... that is like the kids who post who can't spell at all and say it is 'creative spelling'.
Message: Posted by: EsnRedshirt (Nov 14, 2008 11:48PM)
One thing I've learned. The truly smart never let anyone else know how smart they really are, lest they be branded a smart***.

-Erik
Message: Posted by: rossmacrae (Nov 15, 2008 04:46AM)
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On 2008-11-15 00:48, EsnRedshirt wrote:
One thing I've learned. The truly smart never let anyone else know how smart they really are, lest they be branded a smart***.

-Erik
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For heaven's sake, man, be quiet!

That must remain our secret!

We're all just laying in wait for the stupid, waiting for their final mistake...