Haven't we all had a teacher like this?


(Hat tip to Fr. Sibley.)


It's too obviously satirical to be instructive, which is really sad because you could learn something from this video. Sadly, that something is drowned out by the main character, who, ironically, is the object of satire and so the person you ought to be learning something from.

The only real characters I saw were students, yet even they were a satire of themselves, being as they were a stereotypical portrayal of students in the media, which is what they satirized - or so it seemed to be from their acting and appearances.

I may not have met teaches like Mr. Nutty before, but I have met plenty of atheists, religious, and others who are like him and close to being like him. I myself was once like him when I was a younger Catholic. I pray that the Mr. Nutty's of the world become the St. Paul's of the world. Not that I am as holy as St. Paul.

Oh yeah and I am reminded of Mr. Nutty bars:



This guy taught all of my CCD classes in the seventies.

What can I say?

Thank you for this chuckle.

Jesus is the Way, the Truth and the Life. No one goes to the Father except through Him. Pull out your Baltimore Catechism. It's's all in there!
God Bless,

Oh my goodness. I think I had a dozen of these teachers in Catholic school during the seventies. I was waiting for the remark, "And remember everybody, there are no wrong answers."

Have any of these liberal teachers awakened to the fact that they were deathly boring?

Richard, that video had me in stitches for 5 minutes. The worse part is that I have really had that kind of experience when I was in junior high. I can still see the teacher ! And, again, we still find this dying breed here and there. At first I thought it was Professor Nunny, then I realised it was Nutty. :) Have a Merry and above all HOLY Christmas.

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