Saturday, June 22, 2013

School Is Out!


Have a Great Summer Vacation All!
 
Congratulations Greece Graduates!!

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Congratulations Graduate.

You are now about to meet REALITY.

The world is NOT waiting for you to solve its problems.
The Welfare Office is located at 111 Westfall Rd. If you missed the bus from GCSD to Welfare text around to find someone from the 2012 Class who can ride your sorry ass there.

Feel free to look up the home address of your teachers and counselors and visit them at home when they return from vacation.

Anonymous said...

hope the job market picks up

Anonymous said...

Don't you mean "CONGRADULATIONS" :)

Anonymous said...

Probably meant WAKE UP SUCKA, the game is over.

You been coddled, pampered and pansified for 12 years, and if you believed what the UNION scammers told you you're up the creek without a paddle.

Maybe you can go to MCC and get another worthless piece of paper in a couple years.

Anonymous said...

Wow Greece actually had someone graduate, they are the next town supervisor!!

Anonymous said...

Wow, the negativity in this town is beyond belief. By the way, 3:22 am - if you are the product of public education, then your educational history would read very much like what you wrote for this year's graduates. Do you think you weren't taught by union teachers? Do you think you weren't coddled, pampered and pansified? Let me guess, you came from the generation where corporal punishment was acceptable in our public schools and you believe that is the way to create upstanding, contributing citizens. The reality is that the percentage of graduates in Greece who actually exemplify the pictures you all paint on here is statistically insignificant -- but, to acknowledge that would mean you'd have to search for a scapegoat other than GCSD. I know, I know -- you don't want to put forth that much energy.

SCATS said...

To 9:16AM ~~ You should see the comments I didn't post!

By the way, I am not buying into your "statistically insignificant" claim. The fact you would even try to justify the loss of one student from the pool of successes speaks volumes about the mindset of today's teachers.

Anonymous said...

I wasn't trying to justify it. I realize I'm blinding the negativity with an unbiased perspective....I don't condone losing even one, but you must acknowledge that poster at 3:22 am is a little over the top. He insinuates there isn't ONE graduate worth his/her salt. That's just as ludicrous.

Anonymous said...

9:16, you appear to be new to the internet. You'll soon learn that commenters like 3:22 are ubiquitous, and that they don't strictly mean what they say in the literal sense you are applying in your criticism.

Hyperbole is to internet ranting what the f-word is to street slang. Devoid of meaning, in the literal sense, but used to attract attention, and perhaps also to stimulate responses.

Anonymous said...

You appear to be new to this BLOG. I can almost guarantee you that the comments stated by 3:22 am are closer to reality than most of us would want to believe. And, by the way, thanks for the definition of hyperbole - completely unnecessary, however. You see, in the spirit of responding in a ubiquitous fashion I offer the following: the definition would be necessary if I were a coddled, pampered, pansified Greece graduate who believed what UNION scammers told me for 12 years...but, since I am not I am perfectly capable of understanding words longer than one syllable.