Wednesday, August 3, 2005

Culled from Twenty Years Ago

Michael culled these from lower level English composition classes in the early 1980s.

  • "Maturity and experience come with age."

  • "Most spectators see Formula One drivers as people who stop at nothing to win."

  • "As an end product of each class, I received a letter grade from A to F, excluding E."

  • "When reality finally sets in, the true fan will feel as though a close freind [sic] had died."

  • "Students are now in school to get degrees so they can get a descent [sic] job."

  • "The two city council candidates do not frequent the pool thusly they did not have enough information to make a valid claim that the department wastes money on lifeguards."

  • "The president is only a figurehead with a birthright position."

  • "It was a very encomppassing book which captivated my attention until the very end."

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