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From the Desk of the Professor...
by Yoshi! (iknowthyself)
at February 9th, 2008 (03:52 am)

Okay, just for the record, the reason I ask for your age is not because I'm trying to hook up with anyone or anything like that. Sometimes the stories around the Mythology of certains cultures (Greek, Celtic and Norse for sure) can become "rated" higher than PG-13. Some of the stories that I've read involve adult acts. I just want to make sure that the material that I cover is age appropriate. 

The reason I ask for your e-mail address is so that I can e-mail you information from the program that I use for grades. It will automatically generate a missing assignments report and a welcome to the class letter that gets e-mailed to you.

Nobody has said anything about what my welcome survey says, I just want to make sure that there isn't any awkwardness towards my survey. I just want as many people as possible to enjoy my class and make sure that everythign is age appropriate. That's all.

-Bryan
Mythology Professor 

Comments

Posted by: Blushing One (blushing_one)
Posted at: February 9th, 2008 06:26 pm (UTC)

Hopefully I am not breaking the rules by commenting on your post here. I just thought I would say that I never even thought of that when you asked for my age. Also, just a reminder that in Canada the age of adulthood is 18. So, you don't have to worry about me! :)

--Erin
~Gryffindor~

Posted by: Allie (wildealf)
Posted at: February 16th, 2008 08:36 am (UTC)
house unity

Can we actually keep things PG13 for every lesson? We are an all ages community and the most I'm willing to allow is in the PG-13 range, perhaps the 14A range if you contact either Meg or Myself.

Allie//Headmistress//Gryffindor HoH

Posted by: Yoshi! (iknowthyself)
Posted at: February 17th, 2008 12:02 am (UTC)

Yea sure will.

FTR: What is 14A?

Posted by: Allie (wildealf)
Posted at: February 17th, 2008 07:58 am (UTC)
HM

14A is a rating here in Canada, it's a bit like the PG13 rating in the States but can be applied to content that can have 'riskier' material. If you want more you can also Google the differences because even I get confused at times when I try explaining it to others.