Keep the NERD Comments to Yourself

You Passed 8th Grade Math

Congratulations, you got 10/10 correct!

I’m sorry, I must update my language to keep up with my nephew. It’s “Geek Squad” these days. Not “nerd”. Sorry.

Now, if the LSAT were only that easy!

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9 thoughts on “Keep the NERD Comments to Yourself

  1. I can’t believe I passed it without sleeping with the teacher (it is 2006 after all and it seems to be the thing to do)

    I got 8 out of 10. I can’t remember which numbers are prime, and I can’t remember what an integer is and I probably never freakin knew what the ^ sign is…other than the miscelleaneous character over the 6 on my keyboard.

    See–I knew I would never use the crap I learned in high school!

  2. I got 8/10. I think that equates to a B-

    I’ve been around computers too long to do math in my head… and that little test gave me a headache because it forced me to actually THINK.

    I’m gonna take an aspirin and lay down now.

  3. @ mist1

    You’re a genius!

    @ debbie

    I was pretty impressed too. I thought I would have forgotten all of that stuff by now. You rock!!

    @ nichelle

    Leave it to you to take it to the next level. I’m glad it didn’t come to that. Now, 8 out of 10, come ON? YOU were the smart one. I wasn’t the one invited to Hopkins to take the SAT at age 5!!!

    On Rodney…Damn you!!! And Genard Crawford.

    EXPLANATION: When we were in 5th grade, Nichelle and I were both on the student council. Part of our job was playing hall monitor, for all intents and purposes. Well, we were both geeks, but Nichelle could beat the living shit out of all the boys. All I could do was stay after school to “help the teacher” on days (far too many days) when girls were planning to jump me after school.

    Since I was Geek Squad, the students couldn’t give a shit about my “hall monitor” instructions. One of the 6th grade boys, therefore, named me Rodney–as in Rodney Dangerfield–since, according to HIM I got NO RESPECT!!

    No Respect. No Respect. Rappin’ Rodney became my theme song.

    They even stole my dictionary from my desk and wrote RODNEY all over it in “ownership”-style fashion.

    *SIGH*

    Now you’re in the loop

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