It's so easy to compare....
compare the broad mindedness of my physics teacher, with my math teacher, who made us throw our physics project in the trash.
Granted, our physics project was a bunch of paper rockets, but still.
It is a valid project, on aerodynamics. The physics sir liked it. I loved it. (my brainchild) But what the math dude saw in our carefully designed gliders was not an aerodynamical miracle.....a beautiful mould where every cut and fold changed the manner of flight.....
no, what he saw was a stupid distraction to a class which he wasn't even teaching.
And the unfairness of it all was that I wasn't even flying it, just figuring it out.
When, in a fit of fury, he ordered the destruction of the planes before a silent class (pretty much everyone was making planes), I loudly informed him that they were a part of our physics project. Which they were.
Now, how dare a member of the [wrongly called] weaker sex speak out thus?
'Why was the physics project being done in the maths period?' Goddammit man, you weren't even teaching!
'Left over from last period's physics', I said.
'still.....' he then went on to say how we were not allowed to be in possession of the planes, let alone fly them, and anyone found with one of them would be 'caught' (hahaha....i hate when teachers use such language.....caught, it seems)
He should have nipped this menace in the bud last week, but he didn't, and now see? even the maak girls at the front were making planes......
He grumbled for a bit and then let us be.
Persinally i think he was just a teense pissed off because none of us volunteered to do a mths project.