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By Anonymous - / Tuesday 17 January 2017 09:13 /
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By  Garnetshaddow  |  30

I'm sure that is a little disappointing... but it sounds like they're at least using their brains and being creative. I've had many debates with people on the effectiveness of objects as weapons or how to zombie-proof a building... usually at work. It makes for an interesting discussion.

In their favor, a music stand could be a good choice. The folding ones have several pieces that could be made in to weapons, and they're lightweight. The heavier single piece stands would be better fo

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By  Garnetshaddow  |  30

I'm sure that is a little disappointing... but it sounds like they're at least using their brains and being creative. I've had many debates with people on the effectiveness of objects as weapons or how to zombie-proof a building... usually at work. It makes for an interesting discussion.

In their favor, a music stand could be a good choice. The folding ones have several pieces that could be made in to weapons, and they're lightweight. The heavier single piece stands would be better fo

By  species4872  |  19

  Army of darkness, march of the dead.

By  dramaelf  |  36

The other day my class got in a twenty minute argument over Star Wars fan theories, and we're a college level class. I wouldn't worry about your teaching effectiveness.

By  reborne  |  8

The fact you think this is an FML is the biggest disappointment.

Had you encouraged the discussion and let them use their brains and imagination to work out logical solutions to the problems of the situation...... well that's the difference between a teacher and a *great* teacher who gets remembered.

Well, just my opinion.

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