Merry Christmas all

Have a great Christmas…  From Shijuronotgeorgedixon


25 responses to “Merry Christmas all

  1. Merry Crimbo to you too, and to all the fellow followers. But here the flock have you been? 🙂

  2. and the seasons blessings to you too
    may you be blessed with peace and quite and empty cells !!

  3. One Time Special

    Happy Christmas one and all, and to those still serving may you be blessed with q…. cells and be without floods.

    To those who have floods and electric cuts to cope with, Good Luck to all, thank you for you efforts and thanks to your loved ones too.
    Bless you all and All the best for 2014

  4. ex-PC Lightyear

    Happy new year all

  5. Eh?
    Ratty, I thought you and Mole were staying at Toad’s place until his new motor is delivered Barp Barp!
    But I too am in a quandry, what does ‘Ex’ mean Buzz? Have they hit you with the thirty year rule or did you go willingly?
    And is it true Woody has left Response and is now working on Norfolk’s Mountain Rescue Team.
    Happy New Year to whoever is still out there.


    Wow. I have just found this while looking up the old Gadget site. I did wonder where people went to. Good to see SP still alive and kicking. Is there any other site I can try and catch up with “the old lot” from before? And a Happy New Year to you all.

    • AAT
      Some have joined Gadget on Twatter (sorry Twitter) but it’s not for me. I find it disjointed and restricted.
      Take care

  7. By Bye Sh1tty … you dumb ass.


  8. Still Gone?

    love to have had the last word with you, Monsieur Penis.


  9. Is there anybody there?….. Knock once for Yes,…… Knock twice, for No…….

  10. Walter de la Mare


    is there any Sh1tty there? …. said the IPCC

    -said the bullying lady boss of his

    – said the people trying to get him to enroll on another finger-painting standard of science “degree”

    – said the girl at the Morrison’s canteen where he takes his misssus for a no-expense-spared slap up meal every week

    – said the immigration office at New Zealand who now belatedly realise their mistake in barring him from ever entering their country under any circumstances

    ……..said the 14 year old kids hanging around outside the chip shop who forced him out of the job once they crow-barred his ass out of that cosy call-centre … who now are tormenting him and focing him out of his teaching job

  11. (Creak………………………………………..
    Sound of heavy breathing)…………………….

  12. Greg Pinschaw

    A match? Yes! …. my ass: Shijuro’s s face.

  13. Tumbleweed SP…….just…….Tumbleweed……………

  14. Wendel the Grendel

    Bye Bye Sh1tyy Bye bye babe.

  15. Wendel the Grendel

    Are you there… is there intelligent life on this planet now that Sh1tty has left?

  16. Doorbundle……………
    It’s time you hooked up , untangled the harness and pushed the load clear, cos I think Shijuro has left us. Anyhow, I for one am getting too old . Time enough now to drift off with the tumbleweed.

  17. This is so true for being a teacher in North America. I am glad that someone in teaching career in North America finally can speaks out. Teachers are not treated with respect and appreciation in North America compared to the teaching perspectives from Asian and European cultures. Not until we can shift the responsibilities to students rather than blaming on teachers, the solution for engaging and motivation in learning with higher expectations to a qualified education would not be possible. Learning is the process of independence. The common sense is nobody can learn for another, they only can learn ‘from’ but not ‘for’. At junior and senior graders, 70% of learning outcomes rely on the responsibility of self discipline and self study. Others factors including parents’ supports by checking if children doing their homework at home and teachers are monitoring and marking their homework plus good method of teaching, all of these factors are just responsible for about 30%. However, our school systems and parents’ attitudes usually shift the responsibilities of students’ learning outcomes towards teachers 100%. It is totally an unfair system for not seeing other factors that actively affects the learning outcomes of the children. Especially, in a society that both parents are too busy making enough money to pay high cost of living styles to exchanges for the comfort lives in such a way of economic driven. Learning outcomes depends on so many factors including learning environment in that both teachers and students should work as teamwork and share their responsibilities in creating a good learning environment. Good students inspire teachers on their job performances, on the other hands good teachers encourage students’ learning. This learning and teaching outcomes are interacting each other. It is not only about what the teachers can do or should do to motivate students’ learning but it is all about how social perspectives towards teachers should be changed, Students should be reminded continuously that they themselves are the only ones can make good choices for their future success, if children are so lazy doing their homework, too busy chatting with friends all days, all nights, staying up late all night playing computer games, then do you think how much more teachers can do to motivate these students, or how much more parents should do to enforce their children learning? How often as the parents do you hear your children admitted that: ” I am lazy, I do not want to do my work, I am chatting with my friends all day, no times for homework, oh, in class today, I did not pay attention, oh, the classroom is so noisy, we like to talk to each other and make fun of teachers, rather than being quiet and paying attention to understand what teachers explain on the board. Let’s asking a question: is it 100% responsibility of the teacher who should or can handle classroom managements Or is it the responsibility of our society to create at least a safe, a good learning environment where our children should pay respect to the teachers and allow the teacher to teach, to do their jobs without being rude, disrupting and making a chaos environment where students cannot learn and teacher cannot teach?
    The reality that many good teachers have left their career to find a better profession should make all of us whether who we are, being parents, administrators, principals or Boards of educations think twice before shifting all the blames and responsibilities on teachers’ shoulders. Not to mention that many teachers have been fired if they are truly working so hard to maintain and improve classroom management to make learning more effectively, because misbehaviours students who blamed their teachers are bad teachers for being rude to students, do not know how to teach, or daring to challenge the system with the policy “no zero tolerance” by assigning a mark of “zero” to students who are truly deserved to earn a zero. Most of the times, the only motivation for learning is to cope with reality and be aware that my teacher dares to fail me if I am not doing my work despite the fact that my teacher might got fired because he/she dares to challenge our educational system in North America

  18. Wow!
    What brought that on?

  19. SP – try IG on Twitter again – improved.


  20. Smarter than the average bear

    I am Sh1ttycus

  21. Still trolling… lol what a loser…

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