To the Kids Blocking the Hallways

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To the Kids Blocking the Hallways

You're in my (hall)way.

You're in my (hall)way.

Emily Rose Wieman

You're in my (hall)way.

Emily Rose Wieman

Emily Rose Wieman

You're in my (hall)way.

Emily Rose Wieman, Editor

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Well, if you’re reading this you probably feel the same way I do about the self-absorbed students blocking the hallway. The middle of the hallway is not the time to turn to your pal Suzie and talk about the essence of life. Keep on a walkin’!!! Whenever I see kids stopped, the thought that pops into my head is the urge to just ‘accidentally’ knock my binder into your backpack so that maybe you’ll get the bright idea to move over. This is a hallway, children, not Atlanta during rush hour. So please do everyone a favor and keep moving. There are many places to talk, like during lunch, during class (not when the teacher’s talking), and after school, so please do me this one favor and don’t block my way.

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