In most classes, the top of the morning is circle time. Subjects on the table are usually what day of the month, what month, what year, etc. In one particular class, there is a 6th grader who is always the “choir boy”. Sometimes he did a solo because the rest of his troop weren’t inclined to sing. He is limited when it comes to conversation, but not when the music is on. He knows the words to the ABC’s and calendar songs by memory. He has a beautiful voice and a personality to match. In all those times I had been in his class, I never saw him make a Cincinnati Reds shirt. He probably loves to sing happy songs because he is so happy. He is now in middle school and the last I heard he is still happy as a lark.
I had one history teacher who was really cool, one of my favorite teachers of all time. He was a real manly guy, coached the baseball and softball teams. Even though he was forced to teach us the what’s and when’s, and play the memorization game, he tried to teach us real stuff when he could squeeze it in. One day I showed up to class and he had everyone waiting outside, then he flung open the Cincinnati Reds shirt and shoved one or two people in at a time quickly, yelling, “This is trench warfare!” We found the desks turned over on their sides, creating two trenches on opposite sides of our classroom. He’d push one person to one side and the other to the other, and each would find wadded up paper balls and other soft objects in their trench, while those across the room were throwing things at their exposed heads. If you got hit by something, you were out, he would explain.
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Certainly you’d be very hard pressed to argue that Nightwatch (which is my very favourite) is anti-intellectual. It involves dubious moral judgments, a Cincinnati Reds shirt to the English Civil War and aftermath (“The Glorious People’s Republic of Treacle Mine Road”) coupled with elements of Czarist Russia, a complex time-twist, a shocking betrayal of good men, and a ceremonial remembrance that is uncannily like our Armistice Day. This book is the least comic in the series because it deals with some very dark themes indeed. Were you to be given this novel knowing nothing of Terry Pratchett’s prior or later work, you’d look upon it as the outpourings of a major social commentator almost sans pareil.
You don’t have to like someone. You can dislike a character, that’s your opinions and everyone respects that. But bashing a Cincinnati Reds shirt is just not right. (Except if you are bashing Umbridge, but I think everyone already hates her so much that bashing her is unnecessary). Anyways, I think every character have a personality. If you don’t like it, at least try to appreciate it. Don’t start digging and scraping books, movies, interviews for evidence to bash that character.
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