I was in high school, trying to get out of high school. The only thing slowing me up was grades.
I don't look at myself as a hero or smart person. I have a seventh-grade education, but I've had a lot of fun.
Schooling after the second grade plays only a minor role in creating or reducing gaps.
I used to not stutter any. Oh, I did when I was a kid, I stuttered, I had a bad stutter until I was probably between the second and third grade and a guy got rid of it for me.
I finished all the math books by third grade and most of the reading books. So I was considered disruptive.
My father was in Congress when I was born. He was mayor my whole life from when I was in grade school - first grade - to when I went away to college.
I sort of half read Thomas Hardy's 'The Mayor of Casterbridge.' It was assigned in 10th grade, and I just couldn't get into it. About seven years later, I rediscovered Hardy and consumed four of his novels in a row.
The Christian churches were offered two things: the spirit of Jesus and the idiotic morality of Paul, and they rejected the higher inspiration... Following Paul, we have turned the goodness of love into a fiend and degraded the crowning impulse of our being into a capital sin.
I did plays in grade school.
Although simulators are great for building step-by-step knowledge of a procedure, the worst thing that can happen in a sim is that you get a bad grade on your performance.
Sixth grade was a big time, in my childhood, of hoops and friendship, and coming up with funny things.
I need good grades because I want to go on to do A-Levels. I'm just not sure yet about whether I will go to university, because I really want to see what happens with the acting.
When I decided that I wanted to go to college, I wanted to be a school teacher for 7th and 8th grade boys because I felt that was an important time for them. I had gone astray at that point in my life and really wanted to help keep them from making the same mistake I had made.
I honestly don't have a lot of friends that are actors. Most of my friends I've known since sixth grade and are out of the industry. It gives me a sense of reality rather than surrounding myself with a bunch of actors.
I quit school in the sixth grade because of pneumonia. Not because I had it, but because I couldn't spell it.
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