Tuesday, November 5, 1991.Trivia Questions
To: Troy J. Sorel, David T. PowellQuestions
1. Who was the worst expansion team ever?
2. What is the Sharks' record so far?
3. What team did the Sharks play last night, and what is their position in the league?
4. What team got called for icing at 8:03 of the third period, and what was the score then?! (and in whose favor?)
5. How many points do the Sharks have so far?
6. What is the Sharks' losing streak (and it really IS a streak!) so far?Answers
[in Troy's handwriting]
1. Islanders or Canucks.
3. Last, and Toronto.
4. 3-1, Toronto.
5. Two points.
6. 13 gamesComments
1. It was the Islanders. (8 wins out of 80 games)
2. Very good.
3. Misunderstanding! Misunderstanding! What is TORONTO'S position, dummy, NOT the Sharks!
4. TIMING, Troy, TIMING! What was the score when Toronto got called for icing? NOT the final score! (it was 2-1!)
5. I see you've been reading the standings.
6. Have you suddenly begun watching Sportsdesk
or something?Certain People
1. Phil Esposito
2. Mike Bossy
3. Wayne Gretzky
4. Gordie Howe
5. Tchaikovsky (just kidding)Time
In 12-hour time, 1 PM is 1300h. 2 PM is 1400h. What is 6:12 PM? (it has connections to one of the best songs Tchaikovsky wrote)
Answer: 1812! (the 1812 Overture
)Wednesday, November 13, 1991
You will regret coming to
French class, for I shall bring the notes in my Consumer Education / Math binder (written to various people) and laugh over them. They are kind of funny if you look conclusively at them. I shall laugh so hard that some tears shall come out of my eyes! (slight exaggeration there) Dave T. Powell will not laugh, but instead will be racist (maybe), so there! Only kidding, but I will
laugh, so be prepared!Friday, November 15, 1991.
Troy and Dave,
Oh, will you ever be sorry you came today to French class! I have brought all of my pre-written notes, but only about six of them are funny, or could be considered as such.
Now, to other things, such as Tchaikovsky and hockey games. I know these things don't really have anything to do with each other, but who cares? Gretzky, Lemieux, and the others couldn't possibly hold a candle to Shakespeare, who couldn't possibly hold a candle to Tchaikovsky, even if they all tried their hardest!
That reminds me: Nicholas went to see Romeo and Juliet
yesterday. I better ask him how it was. Couldn't possibly hold a candle to Tchaikovsky, of course.Wednesday, November 20, 1991.
David T. Powell,
Let me rephrase THIS
to you: If you do not stop bothering me, you are going to be DEAD MEAT
P.S. You and Troy both!
[Dave, in red ink all over the paper: "GO AHEAD AND TRY!"]Undated note, but definitely before November 25.
THINGS TO DO
Plan: One before school, one at recess, one at lunch.
binders (FLAFB) [from lost-and-found box]
Is this sound in its workings?
I don't know.
[Troy ticked "I don't know."]
(I think it is, but see if you do. I'm still going to do it!)
HA HA! Fooled you!
Other questions to follow...
Is Jon's birthday Nov. 25?
I don't know.
(Troy ticked "Yes," to which I responded "Lucky guess!")
Where is the party?
Bowling alley (Shellmont, Aberdeen, etc.)
(Troy ticked "Lazer Illusions," to which I responded "Lucky guess!")
When is the party?
(Troy ticked "Saturday," to which I responded "Friday afternoon after school")
Is the party going to be...
(Troy ticked "mix," to which I responded "Mostly boys")Monday, November 18, 1991.
Are you some kind of dastardly liar or WHAT?! I have my pen right now, and no thanks to you OR Bill, whom you blamed the loss of my pen ON! In fact, the pen was right on my desk under my binder flap!!! At least you've stopped mumbling, but when I asked you, you kept mumbling to yourself!And as for student numbers, you don't know tuppence about this last year's or this year's! Ha! You wish that you were better I? Very funny!
Now stop it! Stop that continuous incessant mumbling of yours, for heaven's sake! You nuts or something, Pepsi? Extremely weird, that's what you sometimes are! Yeesh!
P.S. SHUT UP!!!Undated note from Nick Turner, sometime in December.
Merry Xmas! (from Nick)
Merry Christmas, and thanks for the card. I will cherish it always. I thought I'd give you an early present: PAUL GALLAGHER'S STUDENT NUMBER IS 89082. No kidding... I saw the seating plan. Au revoir
, Nick Turner.Wednesday, January 22, 1992.
Hey, what did you think of my notes on those conversations? Probably nothing much, but you can tell Nick for me not to make fun of two of my good friends. He knows who I mean: Paul McMahon and Nicholas Krusek. If he (Nick Turner) makes fun of their last names (ie. McMannamannaman or Kruskalukaloo or some other weird variation like that), he canROT IN HELL!!!
Same goes for you, Paul Gallagher!
I got a great drawing from Sean Rollinson and Karen Chang (or Angela Landon) in 1991, too!
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