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Discussion in 'Newbies Start Here' started by Scratch, Sep 1, 2014.
Welcome to ?
Welcome to the skmb friend lol cool name.
We have a Legion at the end of our street - I'll take you there and buy you a beer! (but just one - I'm walking)
Look at my first post in this thread - (behind the spoiler) I win, I win! (what do I get? )
You win my greater scrutiny from now on because I missed that. Not much of a prize I know. Not a lot you can do with scrutiny really.
How about I pay for the beer you buy me?
We'll have some deep fried scrutinies with extra dipping sauce on the side.
(Sorry - I am so tired here tonight I am getting a bit giddy).
Welcome to SKMB Scratch!
Houdini in Omaha
BTW this is Sivad, the only vampire with a severly southern accent. He used to ride through a thick fog in Handy park and climb down off his horse drawn hearse to pull a casket from the back and introduce the show. When the casket opened and fog rolled out the show began.
I like Nick. Reminds me of a student I had many years ago. Bet
he has 666 tattooed on his body somewhere by now.
I'm afraid you would have to bring a shovel to find a tattoo on him these days. He was beloved by many in Memphis, his appearences garnering larger crowds than the Beatles. I believe he was the marketing director for Malco theatres from the late 50's to mid 70's but he will always be known as Sivad to kids who grew up in that era. Svenghoulie is a poor imitation. There is a postumous facebook page for him- Sivad | Facebook - where a link will show you his entrance for the show. He will forever occupy a dark corner of my heart and a bright memory of childhood.
You're funny....or weird, but either is fine!
Oh wait... no apostrophe before Nick. You meant you like me not Sivad. And you meant the student had the tattoo by now. I misinterperted that all the way around. Ah well. What did you teach him? Voodoo maybe?
I don't think much I taught got past the earwax in his ears. He taught me the skill of mentally cursing out someone with a smile on my face. He almost drove me to wearing one of those funny looking jackets that fasten up the back.
You have the same kind of warped personality. WTG!
And I remind you of him? Hmmm. And you like me so you liked him despite the aggravation. You miss, are a little warped yourself. Perhaps you like funny jackets? Perhaps you like cursing? Perhaps you like earwax? Well... I assure you I can be taught with a liberal application of electricity in the correct locations. So there.
When new acquaintances find out I'm a special ed teacher, I usually hear, "Ohh! You must be a very special person to do that!" I say, " No, just certifiable!"
So, yeah, you're right, I'm warped!
You know what? I like you too.