15. June 2009 · 4 comments · Categories: BQOD

So, we took our stupid final while he played his stupid classical music. He ALWAYS does this during tests, and calls it “Music to fail with”. If I failed that final, I BLAME HIS STUPID CLASSICAL MUSIC.

And reading the student’s blog, she’s a flute and oboe player. She also wrote about her failed algebra class:

It doesn’t help that my math class was the first thing in the morning and I stumbled in there half sleepy and drunk and was tardy most of the time. Thanks, scheduling lady for doing that. Thanks a lot.

So yes, well, may I once again remind folks that anything you write on your little blogs can be found. And if you put your name at your blog, as this student did, and someone not-so-nice comes along, you might end up in a wee bit ‘o trouble.

Discretion. It’s a good thing.


  1. I feel so bad for her. Clearly, everyone on earth is conspiring to make her fail. There were probably people forcing alcohol down her throat and keeping her from going to bed at night.

  2. She DOES have one very difficult life, poor thing.

    (If you had read the rest of her blog you would have been even more annoyed, trust me!)

    I’m just amazed at what some kids will blog about. Sigh.

  3. WHAT!!!

    My daughter just (as of last Friday) graduated from middle school (8th grade) – her math class was algebra (which is the state standard for the grade, as I understand it – when I was in school it was a 9th-grade standard). Is this a 13-year-old blogging about being drunk? Or is it a more advanced algebra class one might take in college?

  4. The blogger was a high school student. I don’t recall which year, but I know she wasn’t a senior.

    I found the whole thing extremely sad. And annoying. And especially troubling.