The human version of the Santa Claus story contains various distorted truths, but the True Lesson, which we present to you now in Reading Task format, offers classified information regarding the surprising heroism of some animals, the untrustworthiness of rodents, and the relevance of the red suit and false beard we recently asked you to wear.
Satan lives, and I will find him. I will succeed where the Fantastic Four have failed.
Stevie, forget what you have heard about this "Frankenstein." Frankenstein, Jr is the hero you are required to know. He lives among the humans, and does outstanding tasks under a scientist's command. He is a role model for you. He is a robot.
Batman is not a real hero, Instructors. He will not help us with the cause. He will love animals, and they won't even be bats, and then a furry person will take him to his dungeon. The 'Cheetah' does not exist. Where does the fraud end?
Instructor, thank you for Reading Tasks that teach us the value of science. If only Superman had learned this lesson!
Folks, I've seen some things in my time, but I never thought I'd see some sort of pervert orgy using America's good name, right on my television. If that's what 'talent' is, a catalog of sexual depravities, well, I'm glad God gave me the short shrift.
The first installment of the Educational Series briefly chronicles the history of R&B, from the genre's tragic pioneers to New Jack Swing to the current crap.
Well, Stevie, I am told you have completed book task 'Spider-Man Zaps Mr. Zodiac.' Could you please share your findings regarding this reading, and what True Lesson you've discovered? Our Distinguished Visitor awaits your report.
All right, mates? It's your humble cyber-space correspondent Alistair Milner, here to flog Flixster. What's all this, then? Why, it's a computer-talking room that I've come to fancy. And it's easy peasy, young ducks. Let Jolly Pip show you the ropes.
Weezer's single "The Greatest Man That Ever Lived" combines at least ten different forms of music, all of which are played poorly. The song also provides a panoramic overview of Weezer's most off-putting traits while serving as a bloated testament to the band's precipitous decline.