East Central (ECHS) Class of 1980 Alumni List

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Class Memories From 1980

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The best thing about EC was the abundance of nice women who also happened to be very nice looking. The tight jean and silk top era was almost too much to take.
I am sure that they are still nice and nice looking.
Better leave this as it is. :>
Hot Girls Posted: 12/27/2008
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I remember the Geometry teacher, can't remember his name but he was called the old goat. He would come into class and sit in his wooden chair with a thick foam pad on it. He would sit on the front edge of the chair for the first several minutes of the class and lecture extremly boring rules of plain geometry, then give the assignment for the day and sit back in his chair and answer questions.
"Someone" put a fully inflated whoopy cushion toward the back of his foam pad one day. He came into class, sat on the front of the chair and lectured for what seemed like forever. "Someone" even forgot about the whoopy cushion by then, until he picked himself up with the arms of the chair and sat back. The whoopy cushion let out a noise that echoed off of the walls for a few seconds and grabbed everyone's attention. The old goat's eyes bugged out almost past his pop bottle glasses, he clutched his chest and started stopped breathing for a while. We thought we had killed him for a moment there. After we saw that he was going to live it was all laughs, including the old goat.
I think he did some serious contimplation about retirement after that school year.
Pranks Posted: 12/27/2008
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First hour was electronics class with Mr. Reedy. He called our class the "water moccasins". There were two years of kids in this class. The older kids loved picking on the yonger kids when Reedy wasn't in the room.
One morning when Mr. Reedy left for a while the older kids targeted thier favorit patsy, David. They captured him, taped him up from head to toe with duct tape, all you coud see was a hole for his nose and slits for his eyes. Then they threw him over the wall of the tool room. You could hear him hit the table on the other side then the floor. He was makeing muffeled noises of pain so they knew he was still alive.
A few minutes later Reedy came back into the class at the front and started back lecturing on the lesson. The class was unusally quiet. After a while of Reedy lecturing trying to figure out what was up he stopped, looked up with big eyes and said real slowly,"OK, Wheeeerrrrs Meeedd??
Of course nobody knew. Reedy was more insistant and someone said that thought he went out to the restroom or something.
About that time David came crawling around the corner of one of the work benches still wrapped from head to toe in duct tape moving like a big silver work across the floor pushing his body forward and dragging his legs back up to his chest.
I basically don't remember much after that because I was laughing so hard I almost passed out.
Needless to day the older kids were in deep caca. David was finally loosed form his adhesive prison and all was resolved.
No one ever figured out how he opened the door to the toolroom with his hands, feet and mouth taped shut.

These are the same guys that would take a kid in gym class and hang them on a helmit hook by the back of thier underwear, four feet off of the ground, and just leave them there for hours. They couldn't move much or their manhood would be severed by the sheer force of thier body weight and most of thier underwear wedged... well you get the picture.
Pranks Posted: 12/27/2008

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