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    Quote Originally Posted by gyosh View Post
    My 6th period class had to be planned this way.

    There is no possible way the stupidest kids in school all ended up in the same classroom at the same time.

    Half the class is melting 12 Tablespoons of butter and 1/2 C chocolate chips in an 8 qt. sauce pan. That's barely a full cup of liquid.
    It beats them trying to melt 8 quarts of stuff in a 1/2 pint saucepan.



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    Quote Originally Posted by RichM View Post
    It beats them trying to melt 8 quarts of stuff in a 1/2 pint saucepan.
    One group just poured the melted butter/choclate into a tiny bowl to mix in the other ingredients so they have you covered.

    Seriously. Only like three of these kids have any common sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gyosh View Post
    My 6th period class had to be planned this way.

    There is no possible way the stupidest kids in school all ended up in the same classroom at the same time.

    Half the class is melting 12 Tablespoons of butter and 1/2 C chocolate chips in an 8 qt. sauce pan. That's barely a full cup of liquid.
    Maybe some instruction from the teacher might be warranted? Not everything obvious to adults is evident to 15 year old. Just sayin’.
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    Quote Originally Posted by salukulady View Post
    Maybe some instruction from the teacher might be warranted? Not everything obvious to adults is evident to 15 year old. Just sayin’.
    Well duh.

    I just covered the recipe step by step and added in tips and time savers. I even have sample size pots and bowls out in my demo area.

    Really dumb kids. The worst in my 20 years of teaching.
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    Holly had a vet appointment today, and I had to bring a sample of her poop for analysis. Nobody is cool sitting in a waiting room with a bag of poop.



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    Quote Originally Posted by RichM View Post
    I'll be in Kansas City in June. Going to Kansas City, Kansas City here I come. Yeah yeah.
    When & what. I should still be around, but really busy. We have to do some travel in there too. And packing. And packing. And packing. And packing. And packing. And packing. And packing. And packing. And packing. And packing. And packing. And packing. And packing. And packing. And packing. And packing. And packing. And packing. And packing. And packing. And packing. And packing. And packing. And packing. And packing. And packing. And packing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichM View Post
    Holly had a vet appointment today, and I had to bring a sample of her poop for analysis. Nobody is cool sitting in a waiting room with a bag of poop.
    Until today you mean.
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    Quote Originally Posted by salukulady View Post
    Maybe some instruction from the teacher might be warranted? Not everything obvious to adults is evident to 15 year old. Just sayin’.
    +1


    (Even though I read ahead)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sukie View Post
    +1


    (Even though I read ahead)
    You ever tell your kid something and have them not listen to you even when you repeated it several times and maybe even demonstrated what you wanted or what you were talking about?

    Yeah that.

    Multiplied by 30.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gyosh View Post
    You ever tell your kid something and have them not listen to you even when you repeated it several times and maybe even demonstrated what you wanted or what you were talking about?

    Yeah that.

    Multiplied by 30.
    I work with volunteers, remember?

    One guy has worked for TWO years every Wednesday and Thursday getting the food ready for me. He needs to put rolls in plastic bags, put fruit in little cups, frost a cake, cut it and put in bowls. And heat up entrees. Sometimes not even all that. It astounds me that every Wednesday I need to tell him what to do. My assistant has to explain it to him every Thursday, too. In his career he was an electrical engineer. You’d think he’d have a system.

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