Join 3,572 readers in helping fund MetaFilter (Hide)


"Look, just make the damn drugs, would you, kids? My connection needs them...I mean, it's for education."
June 11, 2000 11:55 AM   Subscribe

"Look, just make the damn drugs, would you, kids? My connection needs them...I mean, it's for education." What the hell was this guy thinking? I'm a big booster of the illict pharamceticals, but nevertheless you have to show at least a little common sense.
posted by Ezrael (5 comments total)

 
i dont find it that shocking or horrible to have kids work w/ drug formulas.

in my seventh grade science class we were told to bring in wine or beer from which we set up 'stills' & made 'moonshine'.

in my ninth grade science class we all had to cut ourselves open to do shit w/ our blood -- type it & stuff.
posted by palegirl at 4:01 PM on June 11, 2000


I don't think it's horrible, I just think you have to be aware in our current All drugs not approved by some shadowy bureaucracy are the devil's lobsters paranoid times not to get caught doing things like this. Bad or horrible or immoral, no, but stupid. You can't trust people anymore, so you have to assume they'll be coming after you for stuff like making GHB. It's the tenor of the times and all that.
posted by Ezrael at 5:41 PM on June 11, 2000


They weren't making GHB.

He didn't give them the recipe. All he asked them to do was answer questions on a test.

I like teachers who try to involve students in a meaningful way. Teachers who want me to think. I like this teacher. Rock on dude.
posted by y6y6y6 at 6:11 PM on June 11, 2000


Once again, Matt reads something quickly, gets all excited about it, and totally fails his SAT read and comprehend section of today's tests.

I have no excuse but to say I simply failed to comprehend. Thanks to both of you for making me see that.
posted by Ezrael at 6:51 PM on June 11, 2000


The funniest line:

The exam was last month, but the controversy only arose recently after it came to the attention of the news media.

We don't report the news, we make it.
posted by Mick at 9:31 PM on June 11, 2000


« Older We're one step closer to William Gibson's vision...   |   Plan 9 from Bell Labs open sou... Newer »


This thread has been archived and is closed to new comments