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4th Grader Already Tired of Woz's Stories

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[quote]It's not even half way through the school year, and already 4th grader Mark Averill is tired of Steve Wozniak's stories of how he co-founded Apple Computer. Wozniak volunteers his time to work with children and support the computer environment in the Los Gatos, CA school district and often recounts his tales of the early days of Apple to eager audiences. But after three months of repetition, Wozniak's stories are wearing thin, according to Averill.

"The first day of class Ms. McReedy introduced us to Mr. Wozniak, and he told us the whole story about the garage and Xerox and the mouse," a visibly bored Averill explained. "It was pretty interesting the first time around, but that was like, September." Since then, Wozniak has continued to repeat the same tales again and again. Fellow classmate Sabrena Harris agrees with Averill's assessment. "He's nice enough and he helps out a lot with the computers but jeez..." Harris complained. "Last week we had a problem printing from the purple computer and the whole time he was working on it, he kept blabbing about the time he wrote the first printer driver for the Apple II." Harris added "I just wanted to print my pony picture, not hear some dumb old-guy story about stuff that happened in the middle ages."

When reached for comment, Wozniak appeared oblivious to the students' reaction. "The kids love my stories!" Wozniak beamed. "The kids are great to work with and I think it's good for them to have positive role models! Just the other day I chatted with an impromptu group for almost 3 hours after school. It's rewarding to see them take their own time to learn about the early days of Apple."

Wozniak's enthusiasm was apparently not shared by the students involved in the "impromptu group". According to sources within the 4th grade that did not wish to be identified, students were either under the impression that they were required to attend or simply felt uncomfortable asking to be allowed to leave.
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post #2 of 6
DUH! Woz's storries aren't as interesting as people flying around to Ray of Light! 4th graders like that kinda crap!

That's my theory atleast, since I can't seem to find anyone else who likes it!
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post #3 of 6
"I just wanted to print my pony picture, not hear some dumb old-guy story about stuff that happened in the middle ages."

aaaah, i can't breathe... that's the funniest thing i've heard all day
They're coming to take me away, ha-haa!!! To the funny farm, where life is beautiful all the time...
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They're coming to take me away, ha-haa!!! To the funny farm, where life is beautiful all the time...
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post #4 of 6
Makes you wonder how Jobs would fare with fourth graders...

"Recess???!!! Our class has 3% lower grades than Mrs. Browns and you want a @#$% recess!!!??? Get your *&^% ass out of here!!!!

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What are you up to, Norm?

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What are you up to, Norm?

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post #5 of 6
Woz is the MAN!
Who else would show the FBI an ID that read "Department of Defiance - Laser Security Officer"
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Those who dance the dance must look very foolish to those who can't hear the music
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You all know this is a joke right?
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