Welcome Home Folks
Subj: Welcome Home Folks
From: El Polvo
Hey, good to hear from you. Got your mails - great reading - great to
get back in touch. Uh... I'll be soon in reply. Busy few days ahead but
I'm still checking the e-mail daily if you gottne more. Sounds pretty
fresh up there. I've got a few things to say about the smallness of rural
life, flying planes with keyboards, writing, crayons on the internet and
road trips to Montana. BTW if you want, I got an extra kidney -
works just fine. Glad you're feeling better.
El Polvo sin Marlboros
Please give a hug to the Mrs. Chesterfield for me too... an' teller, "I
went ta see that Bridges of Montana movie? I never HAVE liked
Merle Street much and that Flint Eastman ain't really my favorite
neither but I gotta say when 'ol Merle was cryin' innat truck innuh
rain?... it almost made ME cry too. And she sure tocked like a
furrener too... 'cuz I yoosta know a lady from Gallup?... tocked JUS'
LIKE 'at. I guess it was the best performance I ever seen oudduva
actress or fer that matter... eveunna ex-wife durin' a split-up. An'
bullimi, I seen some DOOZIES! So that's purdy good I guess. So
check it out if you ain't seen it yet."
...while you're waiting for my replyness, here's something I found on
the internet last night that I had fun reading...
Carl E. Snow, Media Librarian
Purdue University Instructional Media Center
One of the fringe benefits of being an English or History teacher is
receiving the occasional jewel of a student blooper in an essay. I have
pasted together the following "history" of the world from certifiably
genuine student bloopers collected by teachers throughout the United
States, from eighth grade through
college level. Read carefully, and you will learn a lot.
The World According to Student Bloopers
Richard Lederer, St. Paul's School