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So I thought about it and I’m pretty sure this interview that Michael Jacobs did right after the pilot premiered explains why it seems as though Cory doesn’t really have “authority” in his own classroom as some people have noticed. (If the video doesn’t work - watch here - skip to 50:24)

YES. Everybody that’s been bothered by Cory’s lack of classroom management, watch this.

If even Mr. Feeny wasn’t always Mr. Feeny, then maybe I don’t need to be perfect yet either.

Those are my shoes, this is my life.

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Can we put a copy of this in every house and classroom?

Can we put a copy of this in every house and classroom?

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I think you’re probably an amazing teacher. I think I’d better be.

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lacigreen:

im laughing my ass off and my bae doesn’t get it

lacigreen:

im laughing my ass off and my bae doesn’t get it

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donnamartharose:

"I have known Lane forever and I’m just so incredibly happy that she has gotten married. I mean, I am just so happy that this adorable 22-year-old girl  has gotten married."

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shakespeareinthesnark said: super pretentious (but also really interesting) note: the word accent is formally only correct when talking about the way someone speaks a language other than their first (francophones have a french accent speaking english, anglophones have an english accent speaking chinese, etc.) A dialect is the specific variation on the language between native speakers. Of course this doesn't matter a ton in most settings, but it's super helpful when discussing linguistics.

edwardspoonhands:

THANKS! THIS IS COOL!

brispeak:

SO PERFECT!!!

brispeak:

SO PERFECT!!!

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That’s the problem with putting others first; you’ve taught them you come second.

read that, again. (via tsuyuake)

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