Student Brings Record Player To Class Because ‘No Phones Are Allowed’
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Back when I was in school we had to hum our favorite tunes. These days kids have it pretty damn easy, right?
According to Mashable, a teacher at Hudson’s Bay High School in Vancouver, WA named Eric Saueracker told his class that they were not allowed to bring cellphones to exam day because they could be use to cheat. So students weren’t even allowed to listen to music. Well, one student found a way to get around that phone ban: he brought in a record player.
Just check out what Sauracker tweeted:
Students are taking their Physics Midterm exam today. I said no cell phones, not even for music since they could be used to cheat.
This student brought in a record player and is bumping Kanye in his headphones right now… pic.twitter.com/p57iMIal7D
— Eric Saueracker (@esaueracker) April 11, 2018
Here’s a closer look:
“This student brought in a record player and is bumping Kanye in his headphones right now,” Saueracker says in his tweet.
Twitter was loving it of course:
Riding the ultralight beam… pic.twitter.com/pyFzKb3ZCI
— Matt (@matthustel) April 11, 2018
Sneakily takes out NASA’s Golden Record, passes physics.
— Joseph Santi (@JoeAconite) April 12, 2018
You can always do this: Students Busted Going All ‘Mission: Impossible’ To Steal Exams
I like how it’s The College Drop Out not the Graduation ablum
— RYSHERONA (@RB_ChiefRocker) April 12, 2018
— Claaaaaay (@ClayRoth) April 13, 2018
If folks out there are worried about our youth, just know that it’s teens like this that remind us there are plenty of young people out there who are still clever and creative. So our future should be looked at with a tad more optimism. And if you want more proof of that, just look at Saueracker update tweet:
As a follow up:
@TheItalianPacca did ace the test whilst listening to college dropout…
— Eric Saueracker (@esaueracker) April 12, 2018
That’s right, he passed his physics exam while listening to Kanye West.