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Also, Rodney Dangerfield passed away on October 5. Cheers, mate.
Celebrated my birthday (which was actually on August 30). Got a most excellent book as a gift - The Dilbert Future - which will quite possibly be the central topic in one of the loggs to come in the near future.
Launched the ever-so-popular VSB Flash Series.
Hazing Day at school. Much fun was had by all. Our class were the hazers. Photoes available.
Incidentally, the most popular photoes seem to be from one particular competition, which involved each team making a chain as long as possible out of the clothes they were wearing in 5 minutes. Much hilarity and partial nudity ensued until they were notified that the second part of the competition was getting all their clothes back on before the other teams.
Other competitions included, among others, passing along a bowl of nasty fishy goo with bullet time effects while spinning around and oral transportation of a foul-tasting and (hopefully) non-toxic liquid over a short distance after spinning around a bit on half the way.
Teachers' Day at school. Our class switched places with the teachers. My schedule included English for 8th-graders and Economic Geography (conducted in English) for 10th-graders (AKA one third of the hazees from a few weeks earlier). Photoes once again available.
For the 8th-ers we conducted a most devilous listening task: Transcribing a weebl&bob episode. And here are the results. After that, we had some time left and showed them the toon, as well as some others, including the Stinkoman K ones from Homestarrunner.com. Photoes of this particular process can be found on the bottom of this page (starting with 050).
As for thems 10th-ers, we tested their natural intelligence by making them draw a map of Europe in 1914 from memory. The results were rather... lacking.
Then, we made them write an essay. Naturally, it couldn't have been complete without the mandatory relaxation exercises and back rubs, irritatingly loud background music with singing and the spontaneous muscular reflexes caused by the rhythm. And the occasional boys in tights dancing ballet afterwards. All in all, an average day at a school in Estonia.
October 22 - October 26 (AKA The Future)
I'll be going on a school trip to Moscow and hence be unable to write new loggs. Bung!