Me, doing at school.
my sis, you have a lot of replies!
Absolutely not. Not because I don't want my peers to know I'm still into Pokemon, but because my school has a ban on logging into any sort of account (be it email, or Youtube, or anything) on the school computers. Not to mention that I'd never get anything done in my computer programming class if I did go on Bulbagarden at school.
Yes and no. Yes because I'm home-schooled. No because I'm just about to graduate and I haven't had any classes lately except for Japanese.
No... I doubt it's blocked, since it's possible to get on DeviantART and Youtube there, but the teachers would not be happy if they caught me on this. And if you get on anything but the website you're supposed to be on you will get caught (the teachers walk around the classroom to see what we're doing).
"I'm battling a Magma Abdomen" - my brother
our school, kids play roms on their computers, and one kid even asked the admin of our computers if it was ok, and he waas like, "sure."
WHY HASN'T THIS BEEN MOVED?
Originally Posted by Jabberwocky
I would, but...
1. I don't go to school right now. Seniors at my school get to leave two weeks earlier than everyone else. I haven't been to school for over a week.
2. My school blocked almost everything. So, even if I was at school I wouldn't be able to access it.
Ruby x Sapphire fan!
PM me to battle, trade, VC, or role play~
I believe I stumbled on Bulbapedia during the last week of classes in my senior year, but I don't believe I visited the actual site until recently. Since I'm not in school anymore, I can't say I do.
However, I do browse a lot while I'm at work. I'm pretty much self employed though so I don't have a boss who'll snap my neck for wasting time.
C'mon, Jack... You've had a death wish ever since Terri died. The way things have been going for you in the past year and a half, this probably doesn't look like such a bad idea. You get to go out in a blaze of glory, one of the greatest heroes of all time, leave your troubles behind... This could be the easy way out, huh? You still got a life, Jack. You wanna be a real hero? Here's what you do. You get back down there and you put the pieces together. You find a way to forgive yourself for what happened to your wife. You make things right with your daughter, and you go on serving your country. That'd take some real guts. ~ George Mason