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Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Meanwhile, on a Toronto subway

12 comments:

deepfish said...

As to your other post - "Printemps for Hitler" Shurly?

C.J. Smith said...

^ I saw what you did there

George said...

I wonder if Elvis was in the next car?

Valentino Assenza said...

If I am not mistaken this gentleman is actually known as Mr.Kite.

He is actually a now retired elementary school teacher, who was apparently very popular with the students who remember him.

C.J. Smith said...

Please tell he taught history!

Valentino Assenza said...

I have no idea.

A friend of mine on my Facebook feed had this very same picture. I am not sure if she herself took the picture, but the comments on the picture are indicative that this was their teacher at some point or another.

Again, I could be mistaken, and interpreted wrong as such. Though it doesn't seem like he's at all happy about it, it does look like he is indeed posing for the picture

Sean Marshall said...

Did the students, whom which he was popular with, perhaps even celebrated, ever put on a show for his benefit? Did it have trampolines? Were the Hendersons there? A hogshead of real fire?

C.J. Smith said...

This was emailed in and appeared on Reddit. Source always helps! Context is better. But wow. What a doppelganger!

Jack C. said...

Teacher: Where is Steiner? Where is his project?

Student: Uh... sir... Steiner asked me to tell you he's out sick today. And he didn't finish his project.

Teacher: Everybody leave the room... except Keitel, Jodl, Krebs, and Burgdorf.

*ten minute teacher meltdown*

Anonymous said...

Hey this is sorta related but the new Union subway platform is supposed to open on Monday! I was there a little past 9 this morning and for some reason it was super quiet in the concourse before the turnstiles, wonder if that has anything to do with it.

http://www.blogto.com/city/2014/08/ttc_set_to_open_second_platform_at_union_station/

Mark said...

You just have to wonder how a human being can be so void of Self Awareness.

George said...

Mark, you've never worked ina customer service role for the general public have you?

You'd be amazed at the lack of self-awareness that roams our fair cities lol.