So! I like the way you raise your hand in Miss O’Connor’s class every time she asks a question. You seem to know the answer for everything. You’re a very smart girl and Miss O’Connor has praised you as a good example for the rest o’ the class in how you always hand your homework in on time. Oh, and how neat you write. “Good penmanship,” Miss O’Connor said. You are definitely the brightest student in the class. So! I have chosen you to do my homework. You’re the lucky duck I picked. You’re gonna meet me in front of the dollar store each and every morning when we have a homework assignment to hand in and you will give me whatever that homework assignment is and I am going to hand that homework assignment in and Miss O’Connor is going to get off my back and change her opinion of me because I am tired of her writing notes to my parents and calling them on the phone calling me lazy and telling my folks how I am not going to get anywhere in the world…..
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- Written by: Mark Levine