Training Retreat

The Shinmei-Ryuu are going to hold an open retreat for anyone interested in learning traditional swordplay this weekend. As such, I will be in attendance. Anyone else who is interested could do well to come; it is free of charge. The retreat is Friday evening, Saturday, and Sunday morning to mid-day, so please come prepared with changes of clothing and the like.

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Well, we just got our Christmas tree set up. Students who want to add decorations, feel free to do so! And if you want to put some toys underneath the tree, we will be giving them to Toys for Tots.

[OOC: Yep, there's a big-ass christmas tree in the front yard.]

December 10, 2009 Journal Entry

I went to the storage house behind the school today. Just as I was told, it was full of aliens. Why on earth does this school have a shed bursting with aliens? Do we not kill them? Do we keep them as pets?

Paracelsus told me that he did not like being so near that many random types of alien all at once. While I shared his sentiment, my curiosity was greater than my regard for Para's requests, so I looked around the place for a bit. There are definitely ways inside, for perhaps the interested and daring student or perhaps the nefarious, up-to-no-good shady figure. Either way, with the new training I am receiving from Mister Toudou, and my already-existing abilities that Paracelsus grants, I am certain that I could take care of anything from the shed.

Tomorrow I have a history exam; I wish so very little to do anything of the sort. I know history already; to test me on such knowledge is completely unnecessary.


Now I'm Back!

FROM OUTER SPACE! Not really, but that would be SO COOL! Back from New York. Glad it wasn't Australia. I hate kangaroos.... I don't trust any animal that has more storage space than I do naked.

I will be your Philosophy teacher in this wonderful establishment and I hope to have a successful year so use your brains. For correspondence just use my email, I check it as much as pro hockey.

I'm sure you will be more introduced to me later on, mainly as I have a class coming up.

But first I must ask:

If a 7-11 is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, why are there locks on the door?

Ponder away!