-This is an old report card.
It's a new reportcard, [inaudible].
No, uh, it's an old report card.
This is chemistry, 10th grade.
First quarter Igot a D. And then
I was like, I got tostop trying so hard.
And then I got an F. And then,uh, and then I was like, well,
I do want to leavethis terrible place.
Then I got a Dplus and then a D.
And then on my finalI got an A. Yeah.
Because I knew that if I triedfor three hours out of the year
I would still understand whathappens in "Breaking Bad."
The only reason tohave taken chemistry.
This is a handwrittenletter to my parents
from my guidance counselor,when people still used hands.
And it says, "he is of averageto above average ability,
and does not appear to havea learning disability."
I think if something says youdon't appear to have a learning
disability, itliterally means you
appear to have alearning disability.
If someone-- they're like, wecan't tell if your son acts
like he's disabled or he isdisabled, so we don't know.
He's doing the same as a personwith a learning disability.
Like, no one says "hedoesn't appear to."
You know who doesn't appear to?
Nobody was like, thatguy-- he doesn't appear to,
so nobody brings it up.
He doesn't appear--yes, I appear to.
I appear to have alearning disability.