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After a coworker had finished his English lecture and his class had filed out, a tenth grader stayed 
behind to confront him.

“I don’t appreciate being singled out,” he told his teacher.

The teacher was confused. “What do you mean?”

“I don’t know what the ‘oxy’ part means, but I know what a ‘moron’ 
is, and you looked straight at me when you said it.”

Jannie Smith, Ashville, Alabama

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