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Pep rallies=Brain rot. Answered

Ok, so the school forces us to go to a crappy pep rally every time they have a football game.  This one was the worst.

They started out with a tribute to Michael Jackson.  That was fine by me seeing how he is dead and I respect the memorial of dead people, but then they play his music through the WORST audio system ever made.  It turned So-So (In my opinion) music into the worst ever.  Then the school made us get up and do some of the moves for one of his songs, and I am not a dancing person, so you can imagine how pissed I was.

They had their dance team do the moves for the rest of the songs, and then they put on stupid makeup to make the dancers look like zombies.  It was just stupid because they just looked like clowns with big baggy white Tshirts.

Then they had some random stupid stuff that was supposed to be for comedic humor, and I did laugh, but only because it was so stupid. (Hint: It involves transvestites).  And then to make it worse, people start pulling out their cell phones and taking pictures like there is no tomorrow. At the VERY LEAST turn the flash and that shutter noise off.

The end result was that I had a severe case of brain rot for 6 hours and I just recovered now.

I think everyone who organizes pep rallies should be shot.  At least make pep rallies optional.  GAWD.

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yourcat (author)2009-10-24

I'm homeschooled. This may sound really stupid, but it would help me to know a little more about what they are... ?

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DJ Radio (author)yourcat2009-10-25

Its where cheerleaders try to get school spirit up so that the students come and support the football players during their games.  I just never go.

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yourcat (author)DJ Radio2009-10-26

Oh... yeah. Sounds like a real waste of time.

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jessyratfink (author)2009-10-21

I think that everything in the world makes you mad. :P

I know someone else like that, and a few months ago he went on a half hour rant about how stupid it is that you need a book to learn how to run.

And I quote, "you're just moving your legs faster, I mean how hard is that?"
(Followed with a lot of expletives, because expletives let people know you're serious.)

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DJ Radio (author)jessyratfink2009-10-21

Not everything makes me mad. Ibles makes me happy, Knex makes me happy, people from ibles sending me knex makes me happy. =P<br /> <br /> Your friend has some serious points. The guy who wrote how to run was either bored, or was a turtle.<br />

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jessyratfink (author)DJ Radio2009-10-21

Ah jeez! Maybe you two should meet. :P

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DJ Radio (author)jessyratfink2009-10-21

We could both put up a website talking about stuff that's wrong with the world.  Like how my 6th period art class makes me hate people and stuff.

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crestind (author)DJ Radio2009-10-25

Perhaps you could channel your hatred of everything into art? You could become wildly famous someday for your creations.

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DJ Radio (author)crestind2009-10-25

Writing is an art of sorts.

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crestind (author)DJ Radio2009-10-26

I was thinking more splatters on a canvas, followed by strange people dropping several million for the splatters.

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jessyratfink (author)DJ Radio2009-10-21

Oh, he can talk about that for hours. Jamie hates everything but sports, beer, and possibly puppies.

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DJ Radio (author)jessyratfink2009-10-21

I suck at endurance.  I can only go for a 12 page blurb at most.  That even puts mom's rants to shame.

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lemonie (author)jessyratfink2009-10-26

Is that the one about Jim Fixx - "left foot, right foot, hmm, go home shower."?
(In which case the guy is dead, well both of them...)

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bumpus (author)2009-10-25

Get a blog, and stop whining on ibles.

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DJ Radio (author)bumpus2009-10-25

I would, but every freely hosted blog has been subpar IMO.

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bumpus (author)DJ Radio2009-10-25

Your opinions often are sub-par.
Open MS Word, and rant there.

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DJ Radio (author)bumpus2009-10-25

Go away.  If you don't want to read what I have to say, then don't.  I didn't come to your house, open up this topic on your computer, then tied you up and forced your eyes open.  Nobody forced you to read it.

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bumpus (author)DJ Radio2009-10-25

Yeah, but you did post it on ibles.
Nobody really wants to see it, but its still here..

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DJ Radio (author)bumpus2009-10-25

Nobody was forced to click it and read it.  If you don't want to read it, don't click it.  It's just that easy.

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lemonie (author)bumpus2009-10-25

You could just ignore the topic instead of repeatedly bumping it?

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DJ Radio (author)lemonie2009-10-25

It's against his nature dude!  He is bumpus.

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whatsisface (author)DJ Radio2009-10-25

Blogspot is brilliant, Tumblr is excellent and simpler.

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Jayefuu (author)whatsisface2009-10-25

Yay! Now you can whine on there instead!

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Shadowman39 (author)2009-10-24

I hate pep rallies too, but everyone in my school has to pay $5.00 for a card to get into them. I don't have one, so I never go to them anymore. But one time I did go, and the whole time there was just a stupid contest to see which of the four grades could scream the loudest. The rest of the night my ears were ringing. 


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DJ Radio (author)Shadowman392009-10-25

That reminds me, the only good thing about the pep rally is that the band gives me a good foot massage.

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mettaurlover (author)2009-10-22

pep rallies are like assemblies-they think that having everybody attend will help, but in reality they're jus ta waste of time that could be spent playing videogames.

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yourcat (author)mettaurlover2009-10-24

Of course, that's a waste of time too...

It could be spent building robots!

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mettaurlover (author)yourcat2009-10-24

not really-i'm not allowed to do that in my room any more, after what happened last time...  don't ask.

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Bartboy (author)2009-10-22

Is there ANYTHING at your school you like?

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DJ Radio (author)Bartboy2009-10-22

The fact that I get out of school before everyone else, Look at Crestind's "Finals" topic on KI.

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Bartboy (author)DJ Radio2009-10-23

Can't find it. What time do you get out?

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Bartboy (author)DJ Radio2009-10-23

Sweet.
My school has a 4 day week, 8:30-3:15.
And we get 2 weeks of march break.
But we don't get out till June 25th...

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yourcat (author)Bartboy2009-10-24

I'm homeschooled. When school gets out on a daily basis depends on how hard I work (generally starts 8:00-8:30, ends 12:00-3:00). Unfortunately, it's also 6 days a week. And it's generally September-June, and (yes, literally) the only holidays or vacations are for christmas and summer. Dunno how long yours are, but christmas vacations for me are about a week, or week and a half.

How's this compare to yours?

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Bartboy (author)yourcat2009-10-24

Ouch, bad.
I get 4 days a week, 8:30-3:15. I get 3 weeks X-mas, 2 weeks march break, and I get out on june 25h.

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aeromancy (author)2009-10-21

Keep a positive attitude!

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DJ Radio (author)aeromancy2009-10-21

Nothing about a pep rally is going to let me keep a positive attitude.  At the very least they should make it optional.

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Gjdj3 (author)2009-10-21

I lol'd at <em>Hint: It involves transvestites</em>.<br /> <br /> Anyway, I thought you might appreciate this...<br /> <br /> http://xkcd.com/588/<br />

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KentsOkay (author)Gjdj32009-10-21

 You should get an award for posting that link...

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Gjdj3 (author)KentsOkay2009-10-21

There's an xkcd for any situation.

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caitlinsdad (author)Lithium Rain2009-10-21

 and for anything else, there's me.

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DJ Radio (author)caitlinsdad2009-10-21

I thought for everything else, there was mastercard.

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That was before the econpocalypse, now it's gold, chickens or beaver pelts.

"Who runs Bartertown? MasterBlaster runs Bartertown"

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 As the world turns, we end our broadcasting day with another episode of The Young and The Clueless.

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Spl1nt3rC3ll (author)2009-10-21

 You think you have it bad. Our whole assembly was about guys in their (tightie-whitie) underwear prancing about with streamers and dancing to songs like "Lady Lumps" or whatever the heck it is. I seriously doubt that's intimidating the other team. *Rolls eyes.*

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 Did I mention it was televised? The entire state got to witness the atrocity that was our pep rally on the local news. >.>

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Sunbanks (author)Spl1nt3rC3ll2009-10-21

That sounds so funny though XD

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