- Dec 20, 2006
Reading back, the comments I posted made me sound like a total brat and I apologise so.
well you can't say I didn't warn you, I believe myself and others told you not to tamper with it
...or, instead of tampering, boot a restriction-free OS from a thumb drive. This is a nice tangent to the "agreeing with your parents" discussion we had the other day, isn't it?
Depends on how good your grades are. The kind of juvenile misbehaviour i displayed at school (including, but not limited to, showing up drunk, smokin' in the boy's room, skipping class, parking on the teacher's parking lot) would have gotten -and, in fact, has got- people with mediocre to bad grades suspended or expelled. But you don't expel one of your best students. You give him a stern warning.
I think the range of possible penalties ranges from a warning and/or a letter to your parents to a suspension... they won't expel you, i think.
Incidentally, one of the best and most Chinese pupils lower down the year at my school just got expelled for creating fake Facebook accounts of teachers.
Also for writing "I like it when she bends over" as a comment on ratemyteacher.com.
The facebook thing is pretty serious, though... i can think of some things i did at school which would have getting me kicked out, too, but the general aura of typical rebellious teen misbehaviour around me and my friends covered most of this up.
Same here. Although I think if it had ever been discovered that I'd managed to steal a copy of the school's master key and then break in one night with my then g/f to fuck on the headmaster's desk I'd probably have been expelled.
Thank God for blotting paper.