Monday, October 08, 2007

Mystifying Student Response of the Day

"This story [Richard Wright's "The Man Who Went to Chicago"] reminds me sort of like the movie "Pride and Prejudice" with Will Smith because in that movie he goes through a lot and tries so hard to get a job. In the end of the movie he gets a job and actually becomes a millionaire, in Wrights story he ends up with a job in the end, so it is a well written story."


Blogger Chance pontificated to the effect that...

Well, that's a very interesting point, because --- wait, what?

9:26 PM  
Blogger :-| pontificated to the effect that...

I must concur I 'spose since I'm a walking well written story myself and I never thought the pursuit of happyness at will or reading Jane outloud under duress a viable source of vitamins and minerals and yet here for all the world to see; a shining example of our future deciders. I think I'm gonna sue them school boards for not teaching Sex Education more better and gooder too also.

11:10 PM  

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