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  • early morning reticence than usual Mr. Coleridge please. Mr. Coleridge

  • how many students would you say we have here today not sure perhaps you could

  • humorous with a guess, 30 of that 30 there isn't one person here who knows

  • the author of that passage I find that remarkable don't you Mr. Coleridge

  • perhaps we should back into this Mr. Coleridge in looking at this

  • what if any conclusions might we be able to draw, you mean about the author?About,

  • anything. Do any of the words strike you as unusual? Mr. Coleridge feel free to

  • view this is the appropriate time for a response. Um heir, Heir and why is that unusual?

  • because it sounds old

  • it does sound old doesn't it and you know why it sounds old Mr. Coleridge?

  • it's because it is old more than 200 years old written before you were born

  • before your father was born before your father's father was born but that still

  • does not excuse the fact that you don't know who wrote it now does it

  • mr. Coleridge and

  • I'm sorry sir i know you of all people in this room should know who wrote that

  • passage and you know why mr. Coleridge therapy

  • do you know why Mr. Coleridge?

  • Jamal says to say your name

  • excuse me did you have something to contribute Mr. Wallace I just said he

  • should say his name and why would it be helpful for Mr. Coleridge here to say

  • his name because that's who wrote it

  • very good Mr. Wallace perhaps your skills do extend a bit farther than

  • basketball

  • now if we can turn to put you may be seated mr. Coleridge turn the page 120

  • the little blue book and i'm certain other. Further I'm sorry You said my skills

  • extend farther than the basketball court farther relelates to distance further is

  • a definition of degree you should have said further are you challenging me Mr.

  • Wallace not anymore than your challenge Coleridge

  • perhaps the challenge should have been directed elsewhere "it is a melancholy

  • true that even great men have poor relations Dickens" " you will hear the beat

  • of a horses" Kippling "all great truths begin" Shaw " man is the only animal that

  • blushes or needs to

  • it's mark twain come on professor

  • get out get out

  • yeah I'll get out, Jamal leave it alone Clair

  • come on please. So that's what they do around here they kick you out of you know

  • something You have no idea what Crawford does to students who do this. You're right about

  • that

early morning reticence than usual Mr. Coleridge please. Mr. Coleridge

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