#3
In 5th grade we had a lock down due to a bomb threat I don't think they thought that one through.
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#4
In 5th grade we had a lock down due to a bomb threat I don't think they thought that one through.


I know. I texted my mom and told her what was going on and she's like.

"There could be a bomb in the building, and they locked you in!?"
#5
nice. that happened a few times in high school. and, seeing as how youre typing, then the bomb didnt go off as i planned, and now i have to fire pablo.


...i mean, glad to see you alive!
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#6
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nice. that happened a few times in high school. and, seeing as how youre typing, then the bomb didnt go off as i planned, and now i have to fire pablo.


...i mean, glad to see you alive!


Or the bomb went off but this dude is one tough mother ****er to kill.
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#7
@ tayroar: Here they come to snuff the rooster
Yeah here come the rooster, yeah
You know he ain't gonna die
No, no, no, ya know he ain't gonna die.


Is TS the Rooster??

Cookies for people who get it.

Anyway, that would be scary. Glad to see it worked out.

And I thought amish didn't use computers.
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#8
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Here they come to snuff the rooster
Yeah here come the rooster, yeah
You know he ain't gonna die
No, no, no, ya know he ain't gonna die.


Cookies for people who get it.

Anyway, that would be scary. Glad to see it worked out.

And I thought amish didn't use computers.

lol


We're like Lancaster not everyone is Amish. And I'm in High School, most Amish people stop after the 8th grade.

Edit: If you mean to read the letter. They printed it out and gave it to us.
#9
Damn. I would be out plowin' the fields these days if I were amish. And me not like work...
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#10
Quote by Primus2112
@ tayroar: Here they come to snuff the rooster
Yeah here come the rooster, yeah
You know he ain't gonna die
No, no, no, ya know he ain't gonna die.


Is TS the Rooster??

Cookies for people who get it.

Anyway, that would be scary. Glad to see it worked out.

And I thought amish didn't use computers.


Its an Alice in Chains song about his dad being in Vietnam
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#11
I know, and you said TS is a tough guy to kill and- Ehh, **** it. I'm sure you get it.

*throws cookie at him* Great. That was my last damn cookie.
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#12
When they brought in the bomb dog I thought it was a drug dog because they told us it was a bomb threat afterwards. And I was praying they didn't check my locker lol
#13
Uh-oh, spaghetti-o.

Don't hide your weed in your locker?
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#16
lmao


And the other principal Mr. Eddy is a convicted pedophile...

Edit: ^^^^^

Not lmao at you. The guy above you
#17
I's on fire today with teh funnies.

I'll stop spamming, I've said what I came here to say.

Primusedit: Damn. I thought you were talking to me. For a second I was happy because an '06 found me humorous.
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#18
It isn't a real bomb, it's packed with meat and cheese with a bit of gunpowder.

In all seriousness, I read the 'stories of your school' thread and most people claim to have had a bomb threat at school. Kinda insane, we never had anything or the sort where I lived.

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#19
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I's on fire today with teh funnies.

I'll stop spamming, I've said what I came here to say.

Primusedit: Damn. I thought you were talking to me. For a second I was happy because an '06 found me humorous.

lol @ you too.


Last time I looked all you had was uh-oh spaghettio.


Yeah, my backpack is really not the best place for my weed
#21
LOL, there's actually a place called Amish Town.

It won't let me read the file. But I am pleased you did not die.
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#22
Oh, sorry. Here you go.

Tuesday, October 7, 2008
Dear Parent / Student / Staff Member:
This morning when I arrived at work, I was notified that graffiti had been found in the men’s
restroom near the cafeteria. This graffiti read “Bomb 10/7”. At the time of the report and at
time that this letter is being written, the source and motivation of this graffiti is unknown.
Unfortunately, we live in a time when a response to an issue such as this is warranted.
Administrators gathered this morning to assess the threat. It was decided that administrators
and custodial staff would conduct a “sweep”. All common areas, corridors, trash cans, and
planter boxes were checked for unusual items. An exterior sweep of the grounds was also
conducted. Before classes began, teachers were notified individually and in small groups that
they should be aware of the situation, check their own areas for unusual items, and be aware of
discussions that may occur among students.
The school resource officer was notified. On his suggestion, an additional sweep including the
use of a bomb sniffing dog was conducted. In order to conduct this sweep, it was necessary for
us to extend the second block of the school day and keep students and staff in their assigned
areas. The procedure that we used to accomplish this is called a “Security Alert”.
The measures that were taken today have been precautionary. Any evidence of a direct and
credible threat would result in the full evacuation of the school.
I regret the disruption and inconvenience that has occurred due to the events of the day.
However, this underlines the need for cooperation from all groups associated with the high
school to help us get in front of these types of issues.
Anyone who has information related to safety issues at the school is encouraged to call and
report immediately so that school officials can react. Safety of students and staff is a priority at
Middlebury Schools.
Respectfully,
Steven J. Lyng
Principal
57697-1 Northridge Drive Middlebury, IN 46540 • Phone: 574-825-2142 • Fax: 574-825-1473
#23
jsbud11: I also said "that would be scary". And seeing that you made a thread about it, it probably was. And tape your weed to the inside of one of your binders or something?
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#24
Don't leave weed in your locker fool.
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