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William T. Spears
01 August 2009 @ 10:43 pm
You're probably expecting your Geography class to be the most boring two hours of each of your high school days. Guess what? You're right! Although the classroom was strangely flamboyant in its decorations of geography-ness (which couldn't have possibly spawned from your new geography teacher) the air that hung around the room was dense and uptight. You weren't going to get an easy grade here, if that's what you were hoping. Prepare to be worked to death--- with tons of homework!

Mr Spears is standing against the far wall and using his death scythe pooper-scooper to pick at the obnoxious posters and pictures hanging up on the wall that he disapproved of. Whoever was in that room before him didn't do a very good job of cleaning up...

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William T. Spears
22 July 2009 @ 08:24 pm
The moment you walk in, the first thing you see is your new Literature teacher behind a lecture stand looking quite absorbed with the overstuffed binder that was with him all the time, even when it wasn't. Go figure that one out.

In his left hand was a long pole-arm type weapon with scissorlike appendages on each end that opened and extended via the trigger button located on the handle of the device somewhere in the middle. At the moment, he was holding it like you would a flagpole, jutting it into the ground as if naming your very own country. Yes, this was his classroom and all of his students were going to be tortured with many, many 50-page long essays. Whether or not he actually cares about their education... probably not.

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William T. Spears
21 July 2009 @ 05:29 pm
You see the following written all-too neatly upon a large lined piece of paper set up on an eisel just outside the classroom door.


G
eography Curriculum
  • Human geography
  • Physicaly geography
  • Economic geography

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Literature Curriculum
  • 19th Century
  • Poetry
  • Drama
  • Fiction

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William T. Spears
20 July 2009 @ 10:50 am
zel-puppy oo. an icon of this outfit.. http://i42.tinypic.com/slpvg0.png

Loki I love that outfit

Loki It says, "Can I have some more, please?" *holds up bowl*

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William T. Spears
18 July 2009 @ 10:27 pm
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"I still have to clean up the leftovers of that revolting officer who's still on probation. Honestly- I didn't expect to be treated any better after retrieving that menace, but I also didn't expect to be forced into undercover infiltration just because I was in the same class as that thing. What a special situation this is..."

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