|Speaker:||Pastor David P. Kolander|
|Service:||LES 50th Anniversary|
Getting sent to the principal’s office was always a scary thought for my friends and me when we were kids, especially because our principal seemed to be so good at seeing what was going on in his classroom, even when he wasn’t in the classroom. His office was connected to our classroom by a door, which we didn’t figure out until a long time afterward had a window in it, from which – when the door was at a certain angle – he could see almost everything that was going on in the room – spitballs and all. I will never forget my friend Randy getting called into that office and then having to write on the board one hundred times the classic “I will not shoot spitballs again,” all the while casting a glance back at the kid with the crewcut sitting in the back corner, who must have been just outside the angle of that window. I always felt I owed Randy for him being the only one who ended up in the principal’s office that day!
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