Student submitted: So my step-mom was a teacher of middle school history, and one day, I was watching tv and I heard my stepsister ask “Mom? A third of a cup and a third of a cup make two thirds of a cup, right?” by the way, she was 20 at the time and a straight A student. To this, my stepmom replies “Haha, don’t be silly, it makes one ninth” I held in my laughter as best I could
Teacher: Did you change my password? I can't login.
IT Guy: No. Why would I change your password?
Teacher: Oh, I don't know. Because it is a new computer?????
IT Guy: Are you quizzing me? I didn't change your password
Teacher: Oh, can I show you?
IT Guy: Please do.
Teacher: Ok, see I type my username then I type my password………and look it denies me. Are you sure the password didn't change?
IT Guy: I am….and here's how I know. Every time you try to "login" you are actually clicking "SWITCH USER". So in actuality, you have no clue if your password works or not because you never tried it.
Teacher: Oh, I get it. How silly.
IT Guy: Yep, silly. That is definitely not the word I would have chosen to describe the situation.
Teacher: IT Guy, I really need your help. I’m freaking out.
IT Guy: What’s the matter?
Teacher: A kid did something to my computer and now it won’t turn on.
IT Guy: Oh Yeah
Teacher: I don’t need any of your smart talk. I tried to fix it and there is something seriously wrong. Can you come down here and not make any rude remarks?
IT Guy: I guess I can try.
(arrive 12.8 seconds later)
IT Guy: Despite the deviant kids best efforts I think I have restored your computer.
Teacher: What did you do?
IT Guy: I pushed the power button on the monitor
Teacher: Are your serious? You are going to put this on your blog aren’t you?
IT Guy: As soon as I get back to my office.
Teacher: Hey IT Guy, just wanted to confirm that when I put in the exam I choose “Yes”, correct?
I just got a call from a teacher in regard to the amount of SPAM she has been receiving. There are a couple important details I would like to convey before relaying the story.
1. We are out of school. She took the time during summer break to check her SPAM levels and place a call.
2. Not only did she take the time to make this call. She did it first thing in the morning. Almost like she was waiting for me to arrive at work.
3. We host our email through Google. A nice little company who, In my opinion, does a very good job handling SPAM. You may have heard of them.
Teacher: Hi IT Guy, I have been getting a ton more SPAM in email than usual
IT Guy: You have?
Teacher: Yeah, there has been a ton. Has anyone else had that issue?
IT Guy: Nope
Teacher: That’s weird
IT Guy: Did you give out your email anywhere?
Teacher: No, I never do
IT Guy: Are you looking at ALL MAIL instead of your INBOX?
Teacher: No, I am looking at the SPAM folder?
IT Guy: WHAT? Why are you looking at that? That’s where SPAM is suppose to go. That is why they call it a SPAM FOLDER!
Teacher: I always look at it. Usually there is only one a day. But the last couple days I have had 3 or so
IT Guy: Yeah…..SPAM folders are fun to look at. So let me get this straight, you routinely count the amount of junk messages in your SPAM folder, found an increase, and took the time to call me about it?
Teacher: Yeah, do you think it’s ok?
IT Guy: Hard to be sure. I will contact the FBI, you better call the Secret Service. I don’t know who is sending these dastardly emails directly to your SPAM folder but I will not rest until I find the culprit. So, for my notes……you said it was 3 emails PER DAY?
Teacher: Yeah, 3
IT Guy: I’m on it. (CLICK)