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Feb. 23, 2022, 5:31 p.m.

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//on time management Delaney: Maybe you've already slammed out all the mitosis and meiosis stuff, and you do other things that you decide are a good use of your time. //Delaney briefly stares at Student, who is busy on his laptop //later, reading example of bad email Delaney: From "", subject "Yo". Delaney: "Hey girl, my naviance is brokin. Get it fixed b4 my deadline. Hit me up." Delaney: I get emails like this from [Student] all the time.



March 8, 2017, 1:17 p.m.

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//the following is an email exchange between Richard Chen and Mr. Ostrander Mr. Ostrander: Hello, You are receiving this e-mail because you signed up for the AMC 10/12 B but have not yet paid $5 to take the exam. (We paid for the A, students pay for the B). If you have not yet paid or think you did pay, please contact myself or Ms. Adelman in the magnet office. If you no longer wish to take the exam, please e-mail me so that I can take you off of the list. Thanks, Peter Ostrander --------------------------- Richard Chen: Thanks, Pete! --------------------------- Richard Chen: Undo send. --------------------------- Richard Chen: Undo send. --------------------------- Richard Chen: Ctrl-Z. --------------------------- Richard Chen: Please disregard my previous emails. --------------------------- Mr. Ostrander: Note to self. Keep an eye on Richard Chen.



Oct. 21, 2014, 9:08 a.m.

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// Email from Mr. Norton Subject: Urgent Message!!! Date: Mon, 20 Oct 2014 11:40:43 PM Body: Dear class, Until further notice I have none of the files I have been using for class available to me. Everything for all my classes is on a purple flashdrive that I have been keeping in a nondescript white envelope folded into thirds with a clip on it. This flashdrive has been misplaced, so every Powerpoint, Word document, or other file associated with all my classes is lost until further notice. I did not back up these files. Best wishes, Mr. Norton



Sept. 17, 2014, 11:35 p.m.

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\\On email Haena: Guys are just too friggin' distracting. ESPECIALLY when you're trying to solve a REALLY HARD math problem.