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Such was the reaction of my students after I informed them of their murdering ways and asked them to tell me what happens in the gutter between the first two panels.
Needless to say, teaching The Walking Dead will be directly responsible for me hearing countless things I never thought I'd hear in a classroom.
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I only recently started following you here, after seeing your reposts at LG&M, but you make me want to re-enroll in school and take your class. Except, you know, you're in a whole different part of the country, which is a bit of a drag if I'm going to be a part-time, non-degree returning adult student.
Tuesday, 25 January 2011 at 08:41 PM
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