Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Bully Blog

Yeah, so that classroom situation that I've been agonizing over for the past week? I had the class last night. Turned out that the situation had already been handled, sort of. My post? Your comments? Someone in the classroom reads my blog.

I'll be darned.

12 comments:

Donna said...

Taint me. I ain't been in a classroom for almost 50 years.

WhiteStone said...

I wasn't there either. Spent my whole day cleaning house. And it still is not clean.

Gee, Debby, don't you know the entire town reads your blog? So far as I know, not even my friends read mine...except one or two. Maybe. LOL

Mrs.Spit said...

It wasn't me either, but I'm sure glad it was someone!

A Novel Woman said...

Not me. Sometimes the wait and see approach works.

BUSH BABE said...

Now THIS time I can plead innocent and be believed! I am trying to think what I wrote... if you are not careful you might become the subject of the class - how amazing is the blog world. And scarily powerful. (I might watch what I say over here now... oh, who am I kidding? I'll just keep blurting like normal!)
:-)
BB

corymbia said...

I meant to comment on your last post ... but got sidetracked. Glad the issue has been dealt with but I hope with care.
I studied last year for my Grad Dip Ed and found that one of the elders of our group was fantastic for pulling the lecturer up on things they hadn't explained well or logically. Here (like you I imagine), we have to pay for our study and so its only fair that the lecturers ensure that their material follows a logical pathway for *all* students to follow (to get into the course they have to show they were capable of the level of study).
Its interesting - I used to be on the lecturing end of this study business and went to great pains to make sure *all* my students had the opportunity to gain at least a reasonably understanding of the topic.

Debby said...

I do post the blog link in the by line of the column, but I guess that it comes as a shock to me that anyone reads that either. From that age group, I mean. I know that I'm the darling of women my own age. The older folks think that I'm funny. The cancer fighters/survivors followed that story closely. But I guess that I never thought that regular folks read it, let alone followed me. And I know who reads it, you goofs.

Lydia said...

How great. Looks like you got the message out after all. Nice work, Debbie. :} And good for whoever did the follow-up. That is a class act.

Caroline said...

I just found out a co-worker at one of my jobs, in a small office of four of us, reads my blog. She never told me she. She even told my new boss about my blog so he reads it. I am somewhat offended that she couldn't be bothered to tell me she reads my blog. Sometimes its weird to find out who is reading it. Someone left me a comment in JAPANESE this morning that I need to find a way to translate!

Mikey said...

So what happened? I'm dying to know! Glad I don't have to come out there, lol.
I do hope the situation is resolved and people treat that guy better.
I'm not surprised about who reads your blog. I think your whole town does :)

Bill of Wasilla said...

Yes, please tell us what happened!

jeanie said...

My sister-in-law discovered my sister had a blog because I put the link in mine - I didn't know she read MY blog in the first place!!!

So - how did they do it? Which of the excellent suggestions given in that blog was taken by the mystery reader?

I am figuring not Mikey's option - Mikey's option is the one that you dream about in moments when you indulge the vanquishing heroine sector of your brain!!

But I figure that there may have been headlines...