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  • Bobinnati

    Good show. Being the Syrah lover that I am, I am really tempted to pick up some of the Eric Kent to put away for a rainy year. Unfortunately, in the midst of a SIWBM, so I can’t do it. (Two kids in college, one in private HS, very little discretionary income).

    QOTD – I will NEVER forget my 5th grade teacher, Mrs. Graham, requiscat in pace. She, maybe more than any other teacher except my 1st grade teacher Mrs. Keehn, was responsible for making me what I am today. She saw the potential inside me and reached down and pulled it out. I don’t know how I would have ended up without her influence. She was one of the great blessings of my life and one of those people whom no doubt received the accolade, “well done, good and faithful servant” when she stood before her creator at the end of her life.

  • dealbhadair

    So we finally know what happened to Alfalfa from the Little Rascals! 😆
    (Oh wait, that would make Gary 70-80 years old. Nevermind.)

    QOTD: Mr. Barton at Libbie Edward Elementary… a teacher who was open-minded enough, and willing to go out of his way, to let me move ahead in math at my own pace, so that I ended up getting all the way through pre-algebra in 5th grade. Mr. Barton set the stage for me being able to eventually skip 9th grade. He’s probably passed on by now, but wherever he is… Cheers, Mr. Barton! 😀

  • dealbhadair

    So we finally know what happened to Alfalfa from the Little Rascals! 😆
    (Oh wait, that would make Gary 70-80 years old. Nevermind.)

    QOTD: Mr. Barton at Libbie Edward Elementary… a teacher who was open-minded enough, and willing to go out of his way, to let me move ahead in math at my own pace, so that I ended up getting all the way through pre-algebra in 5th grade. Mr. Barton set the stage for me being able to eventually skip 9th grade. He’s probably passed on by now, but wherever he is… Cheers, Mr. Barton! 😀

  • http://lleichtman.org/ Lawrence Leichtman

    Another round of congrats to your sister Gary. She wrote me back and was extremely nice. My fifth grade teacher way back in the middle of the last century (1958) was Mrs. Greene a tyrant and a bully….oh well, you can’t win em all.

  • http://lleichtman.org Lawrence Leichtman

    Another round of congrats to your sister Gary. She wrote me back and was extremely nice. My fifth grade teacher way back in the middle of the last century (1958) was Mrs. Greene a tyrant and a bully….oh well, you can’t win em all.

  • scc

    this was my bday episode so i had to watch it… but i am the first person to comment in 4 months so we’ll see if anyone notices… :)
    5th grade teacher = mrs. story. 5 is also my fav. number. but 5th grade not so much. maybe bc of the lack of wine.

  • scc

    this was my bday episode so i had to watch it… but i am the first person to comment in 4 months so we’ll see if anyone notices… :)
    5th grade teacher = mrs. story. 5 is also my fav. number. but 5th grade not so much. maybe bc of the lack of wine.

  • MtnCharlie

    QOTD: Hmmm… Don’t really remember.

  • MtnCharlie

    QOTD: Hmmm… Don’t really remember.

  • Dessert Wine Nerd

    Arrgghhhh… Being from Seattle I had high hopes on the Andrew Will until you gave it the pazzzzzzz. Curses, foiled again! QOTD: Mr Wilson. Great teacher. He had a foosball table in the back of the room that we would play during lunch. Winner stays, loser pays ( with their life, if I remember correctly ). As you can see Im still here so I think you know my skill is that of a Jedi. He made learning fun though, and that to me is one of the most important parts of shaping a childs education.

  • Dessert Wine Nerd

    Arrgghhhh… Being from Seattle I had high hopes on the Andrew Will until you gave it the pazzzzzzz. Curses, foiled again! QOTD: Mr Wilson. Great teacher. He had a foosball table in the back of the room that we would play during lunch. Winner stays, loser pays ( with their life, if I remember correctly ). As you can see Im still here so I think you know my skill is that of a Jedi. He made learning fun though, and that to me is one of the most important parts of shaping a childs education.

  • John__J

    qotd: Mrs. Bernstein who was my fav teacher.

    Gary, what are the chances of seeing a vin jaune on the show?

  • John J

    qotd: Mrs. Bernstein who was my fav teacher.

    Gary, what are the chances of seeing a vin jaune on the show?

  • PhilB

    First??? Yesss

  • corkscrew

    Have had the Hahn-pass..Andrew Will-good stuff. QOTD-can't remeber back that far. http://www.winelx.com

  • cotoneloc

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