probates&yardshows

Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold Probation hearings on March 25 1998
Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold Probation hearings on March 25 1998

Judge: Where do you go to school?

Eric: Columbine High School 

Judge: And what grade are you in?

Eric: I’m a junior 

Judge: What grades do you get?

Eric: As and Bs, your Honor.

Judge: What’s your curfew?

Eric: Uh, 10:00 on weekends and 6:00 on weekdays 

Judge (to Eric’s dad) : Good for you,dad !

Judge: Now,this is the first time you went out and engaged in this kind of activity,isn’t it? 

Eric: Yes sir.

Judge: Now ,why don’t I believe that? 

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Judge: What kind of grades do you get?

Dylan: C minus or  C plus ,B minus average.

Judge: What grades are you capable of? 

Dylan: I’m probably capable of A ,B plus average.

anonymous asked:

Hi , I need advice on what I am going to do next. College for me has been a little confusing for me. I transfer to another college but it just so different from my previous college. It was hard to keep up in the first semester that I only managed to get a GPA of 1.42. Which is rare since I never fail a course before. What should my next step be in college? I'm scare if the college ask me to leave or I don't know.

It’s possible that you could be placed on academic probation, but it’s not the end of the world. Here’s an article about academic probation with some tips and advice.

I don’t know how many hours you were taking, but you might want to consider taking fewer hours next semester or until you get a better handle on the new environment.

While you’re doing that, you should also examine your studying practices. Obviously, you’re not studying in a way that works for you. That doesn’t necessarily mean you aren’t studying enough. You could literally be studying for hours, but if you’re not doing it in a way that you can retain the information, it doesn’t matter. Everyone is different, and everyone needs a different studying routine.

You should read through our studying blogs to see if another method would work better for you:

Don’t be too hard on yourself. 1.42 isn’t great, and you need to bring it up, but it happens. You’re at a new school, and the transition can be difficult. Just don’t give up. You can get back on track!

Imagine Loki tagging along with the Avengers on a mission for his probation. They find a baby and freak out, they’re superheroes not babysitters. But Loki just calmly takes the baby and it stops crying immediately. it takes a liking to his face which makes Loki giggle, causing the baby to giggle as well. After some persuasion the Avengers allow him to adopt the baby. Few years later when the baby is now a toddler, Loki is devastated when he finds out they’ve been kidnapped by Thanos