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    Re: Childress fondly remembers Marmion

    "NordicNed" wrote:
    "vikingivan" wrote:
    "NordicNed" wrote:



    Nice read on the younger Chiller...




    Military School?
    you think thats bad?

    Try going to a Catholic School in the 60's.... :
    I heard many of stories about the "Nuns" in those Catholic schools.
    They only had a Catholic elementary school in Hampton, Mn.
    So all of their kids came to our school when they got into the 7th grade.
    There was a small war every year for the first week of school.
    The Protestants vs the Catholics.
    After a week or two of getting to know each other we were all friends.
    With all of those Hampton Hamster's (as we called them in 7th grade) coming in it increased our class size to an incredible 35 students.
    I was happy that I was a Lutheran after hearing all of their stories about how bad the "Nuns" were.
    I guess it could have been worse, at least they did not have Father Ben Dover.



    Two punishments I grew up hating...




    ONE: Ruler across the knuckles




    TWO:
    For chewing gum,
    out comes the black pepper shacker, cover the gum you where caught chewing, re-insurt in mouth, close mouth with tape, sent to stand in corner of room like this, facing the class.....


    >


    I heard about the Ruler.
    I don't recall the black pepper shaker punishment.
    That would have been terrible.
    They would go to jail if they did the same thing today.

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    Re: Childress fondly remembers Marmion

    "vikingivan" wrote:
    "NordicNed" wrote:
    "vikingivan" wrote:
    "NordicNed" wrote:



    Nice read on the younger Chiller...




    Military School?
    you think thats bad?

    Try going to a Catholic School in the 60's.... :
    I heard many of stories about the "Nuns" in those Catholic schools.
    They only had a Catholic elementary school in Hampton, Mn.
    So all of their kids came to our school when they got into the 7th grade.
    There was a small war every year for the first week of school.
    The Protestants vs the Catholics.
    After a week or two of getting to know each other we were all friends.
    With all of those Hampton Hamster's (as we called them in 7th grade) coming in it increased our class size to an incredible 35 students.
    I was happy that I was a Lutheran after hearing all of their stories about how bad the "Nuns" were.
    I guess it could have been worse, at least they did not have Father Ben Dover.



    Two punishments I grew up hating...




    ONE: Ruler across the knuckles




    TWO:
    For chewing gum,
    out comes the black pepper shacker, cover the gum you where caught chewing, re-insurt in mouth, close mouth with tape, sent to stand in corner of room like this, facing the class.....


    >


    I heard about the Ruler.
    I don't recall the black pepper shaker punishment.
    That would have been terrible.
    They would go to jail if they did the same thing today.
    I have a good friend that went to Catholic grade school in Chicago. He's scared of Nuns now. A couple of years ago on halloween, we were all out at a bar where, unfortunately, there was karaoke. A woman dressed up as a nun got up and started singing "Don't Want No Short Dicked Man". My friend went visibly pale, and he's Irish to begin with. It's hard to get any whiter that white, but he did it.

    I think he went to school with her:
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    Re: Childress fondly remembers Marmion

    "vikingivan" wrote:
    "NordicNed" wrote:
    "vikingivan" wrote:
    "NordicNed" wrote:



    Nice read on the younger Chiller...




    Military School?
    you think thats bad?

    Try going to a Catholic School in the 60's.... :
    I heard many of stories about the "Nuns" in those Catholic schools.
    They only had a Catholic elementary school in Hampton, Mn.
    So all of their kids came to our school when they got into the 7th grade.
    There was a small war every year for the first week of school.
    The Protestants vs the Catholics.
    After a week or two of getting to know each other we were all friends.
    With all of those Hampton Hamster's (as we called them in 7th grade) coming in it increased our class size to an incredible 35 students.
    I was happy that I was a Lutheran after hearing all of their stories about how bad the "Nuns" were.
    I guess it could have been worse, at least they did not have Father Ben Dover.



    Two punishments I grew up hating...




    ONE: Ruler across the knuckles




    TWO:
    For chewing gum,
    out comes the black pepper shacker, cover the gum you where caught chewing, re-insurt in mouth, close mouth with tape, sent to stand in corner of room like this, facing the class.....


    >


    I heard about the Ruler.
    I don't recall the black pepper shaker punishment.
    That would have been terrible.
    They would go to jail if they did the same thing today.
    Never got the ruler, however, the wooden pointer was hell.
    Sister Paulette could wield it with precision my friends.
    Of course I didn't do anything wrong and didn't deserve it.
    ;D
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    Re: Childress fondly remembers Marmion

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    A military style Catholic school. Now that explains alot about the baggage he is carrying.
    Is that a bad thing?

    The elementary school I attended as a wee one.
    ;D

    http://www.stjosephscatholic.org/
    According to many, Yes.

    All of that sexual frustration has to get out somehow and with those nuns it usually was through physical punishment. ;D

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    Re: Childress fondly remembers Marmion

    "UffDaVikes" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
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    A military style Catholic school. Now that explains alot about the baggage he is carrying.
    Is that a bad thing?

    The elementary school I attended as a wee one.

    ;D

    http://www.stjosephscatholic.org/
    According to many, Yes.

    All of that sexual frustration has to get out somehow and with those nuns it usually was through physical punishment. ;D
    Whip me, beat me, make me write bad checks........
    ;D
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    Re: Childress fondly remembers Marmion

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "UffDaVikes" wrote:
    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "UffDaVikes" wrote:
    A military style Catholic school. Now that explains alot about the baggage he is carrying.
    Is that a bad thing?

    The elementary school I attended as a wee one.

    ;D

    http://www.stjosephscatholic.org/
    According to many, Yes.

    All of that sexual frustration has to get out somehow and with those nuns it usually was through physical punishment. ;D
    Whip me, beat me, make me write bad checks........
    ;D
    ??? Who? WildWoman or the nuns?

    "If at first you don't succeed, parachuting is not for you"

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    Re: Childress fondly remembers Marmion

    "NordicNed" wrote:
    "vikingivan" wrote:
    "NordicNed" wrote:



    Nice read on the younger Chiller...




    Military School?
    you think thats bad?

    Try going to a Catholic School in the 60's.... :
    I heard many of stories about the "Nuns" in those Catholic schools.
    They only had a Catholic elementary school in Hampton, Mn.
    So all of their kids came to our school when they got into the 7th grade.
    There was a small war every year for the first week of school.
    The Protestants vs the Catholics.
    After a week or two of getting to know each other we were all friends.
    With all of those Hampton Hamster's (as we called them in 7th grade) coming in it increased our class size to an incredible 35 students.
    I was happy that I was a Lutheran after hearing all of their stories about how bad the "Nuns" were.
    I guess it could have been worse, at least they did not have Father Ben Dover.



    Two punishments I grew up hating...




    ONE: Ruler across the knuckles




    TWO:
    For chewing gum,
    out comes the black pepper shacker, cover the gum you where caught chewing, re-insurt in mouth, close mouth with tape, sent to stand in corner of room like this, facing the class.....


    >


    That's better than having to take a lap around the school when it was -30
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    Re: Childress fondly remembers Marmion

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    Marmion days keyed Childress' career as coach

    October 14, 2007
    suburbanchicagonews.com


    Listen to your teachers.

    Brad Childress did, and now he's the second-year coach of the Minnesota Vikings. Childress attended Aurora's Marmion Academy where football coach Chuck Dickerson spoke positive, prophetic words over him....

    "If at first you don't succeed, parachuting is not for you"

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