Corey , 19, hombre, Estados UnidosVisto por última vez: Junio 2012

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  • allisonmichele

    Hello! How are you, sir? How have things been?

    16 Jun 2012 Responder
  • allisonmichele

    Haha, they should all be at your local library, I'm fairly certain! I don't believe I own a single one of the books I've mentioned, I just borrow them. Money always seems to be an issue. ): Lately I think I've taken to stealing them subconsciously though, as I'm gaining a collection of books and I'm not certain where they're from, haha! Ah well. I'm glad you liked the song! (:

    29 Ene 2012 Responder
  • allisonmichele

    That sounds like it would take all of the joy out of summer! But I guess change can be good, and it probably would work better than I'm imagining it would, aha. You would definitely like H. P. Lovecraft, I would think. He writes some pretty weird stuff. Amazing, but so well written!

    24 Ene 2012 Responder
  • allisonmichele

    Year round? Why would you ever want to do that? Or do you get extended winter/spring breaks, and a smaller break for summer? I've heard of that, but only with younger kids, never in a high school. I don't know a single author your mention, and I won't until Wikipedia ends their protesting, haha. If you give a genre I could give you suggestions! I'm in an awful H.P. Lovecraft (horror fiction master!) and Ray Bradbury phase now. I'm pretty sure you read some Bradbury as a junior. Fahrenheit 451? Is that in your curriculum? Sadly my ghetto school had a pretty limited required reading list, but that one made it through. If you ever come across The Illustrated Man by him, you should read that too, just a bunch of short stories, but I really liked it! (:

    19 Ene 2012 Responder
  • allisonmichele

    You should petition for block scheduling, it's so much better, I think. I can't blame your teacher, it can be hard not to be biased. Everyone is biased, really, haha. I always think how it would be if I were to teach a history class, especially American history. Undoubtedly I would but my spin (which I like to call the truth, haha) on everything. But often times it's easy to smear American history, either to victimize us or make us look like the heroes, and more often than not we're the villains, aha. For example, it wasn't until I was last year I learned America had internment camps, in which they interned Japanese-Americans for YEARS. I was always bothered that was never taught earlier, because it really is an important bit of information! But I'll stop ranting, aha. I can't remember if we talked about it, but who are some of your favorite authors? I thought I remember you saying you were a reader, but I'm not entirely sure, haha.

    15 Ene 2012 Responder
  • allisonmichele

    Aw, I'm sorry to hear that! I hope everything's alright. Take all the time you need replying, definitely a non-issue. (: Do you have block scheduling? Where you take four classes a semester, and then a different four next semester? Haha, his teaching methods, how so? Or is this were your distaste for religion plays in? Science and religion, never a good class! Haha.

    15 Ene 2012 Responder
  • allisonmichele

    It was game design, yes?

    10 Ene 2012 Responder
  • allisonmichele

    Haha, I actually had an awful Physical Science teacher as well! I remember vividly, he made us act out little skits about the elements. You happen to be talking to Miss Floosy Florine herself, the slutty young atom who attracted all those frisky electrons! It took three years for me to learn that he was attempting to teach us electronegativity, and that his exceptionally inappropriate lessons actually served a purpose, haha. He was an odd fellow, to say the least. I don't remember a thing from Biology to be honest, and I really regret that! I don't think I went to school much my sophomore year, aha. My school offered a lot of elective sciences, such as astronomy, oceanography, anatomy (another favorite!) and genetics. Does your school offer any of those? If that's want you want to major in, definitely stock up and test the waters in high school! Of course, game and game design is nearly the opposite of a science major, I was surprised to hear those were your two top choices, haha.

    10 Ene 2012 Responder
  • allisonmichele

    I can remember if you told me or not, but you have or haven't taken any chemistry courses? I'm assuming you've taken physical science, but I had a really awful teacher for that and never learned a thing, but I would assume some amount of chemistry is mentioned in there, haha. Did you have a branch of science you liked most, and would consider majoring in? Sorry to trail back into the earlier parts of the conversation, aha. d:

    9 Ene 2012 Responder

    Welcome aboard, Abreaction18! Happy listening.

    8 Ene 2012 Responder


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