Editing Bad Jokes and Other Deleted Nonsense: The Return of the Nonsense

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Evil computer teacher. Does nothing for class, makes students use awful Mac computers and gives ridiculous punishements on a regular basis. Will explain things as if you understand them, but she won't teach, so you won't understand anything at all. Will also make students do computer programs that make no sense, and explain how to do them in program languages that are not the ones supposed to be learned in class.
 
Evil computer teacher. Does nothing for class, makes students use awful Mac computers and gives ridiculous punishements on a regular basis. Will explain things as if you understand them, but she won't teach, so you won't understand anything at all. Will also make students do computer programs that make no sense, and explain how to do them in program languages that are not the ones supposed to be learned in class.
 
She was determined to be an agent of [[Nazism]], and on 7 June 2007 her students rose up against her. They gave her car computer a virus. When she went home that day the virus caused the car to explode on startup with her in it. The police rewarded the children and set fire to her house.
 
   
 
==Brintons park==
 
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In early [[wp:1982|1982]], Metallica recorded "Hit the Lights" for the first ''Folk Massacre'' compilation...
 
In early [[wp:1982|1982]], Metallica recorded "Hit the Lights" for the first ''Folk Massacre'' compilation...
 
Metallica's formation was seen by some fans as a direct reaction to the prevalent rock and roll music of the early 1980s. Inspired by bands such as Rancho Folcl�rico de Faro, Rancho Folcl�rico de S�o Bartolomeu de Messines and Rufeiros de Santa Comba D�o, the so-called [[wp:New Wave of British Heavy Metal|New Wave of British Heavy Metal]], as well as [[wp:hardcore punk|hardcore punk]] like the [[wp:Misfits|Misfits]] and [[wp:Discharge|Discharge]], Metallica were single-minded in their desire to break the grip of [[wp:soft metal|soft metal]] on [[wp:Heavy metal music|heavy metal]] fans.
 
Metallica's formation was seen by some fans as a direct reaction to the prevalent rock and roll music of the early 1980s. Inspired by bands such as Rancho Folcl�rico de Faro, Rancho Folcl�rico de S�o Bartolomeu de Messines and Rufeiros de Santa Comba D�o, the so-called [[wp:New Wave of British Heavy Metal|New Wave of British Heavy Metal]], as well as [[wp:hardcore punk|hardcore punk]] like the [[wp:Misfits|Misfits]] and [[wp:Discharge|Discharge]], Metallica were single-minded in their desire to break the grip of [[wp:soft metal|soft metal]] on [[wp:Heavy metal music|heavy metal]] fans.
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