I usually don’t close Anonymous Tuesday for another hour or so, but due to some health issues, I have to shut things down earlier. I’m really, really sorry. I tried hanging in as long as I could.

I usually don’t close Anonymous Tuesday for another hour or so, but due to some health issues, I have to shut things down earlier. I’m really, really sorry. I tried hanging in as long as I could.


Anonymous: I really don't get glee couples. It's like they have a wheel of possible pairs and they spin it. Then whatever it lands on that's what they decide to write about. I swear, it makes no sense. 

I-I think…I think you’ve cracked the code!!


Anonymous: I'd just like to point out that Glee is actually a CLUB, not a class. But even then, most high schools require clubs to be supervised and sponsored by a teacher. 

Anonymous: Dianna, did you take that fantASStic birthday vacay photo of Lea? ;) 

Jon Groffsim: Actually that was me. I can’t tell you how many times she’s asked me to take an ass shot for her. 

Lea Michsim: Jon, let it go…let it go.

Jon Groffsim: 


Anonymous: Even to be a Para you have to have some type of certificate, or had to have taken some type of test that states you're qualified to have a job teaching/instructing minors. But even as a para, you're ass is always being "supervised" by an actual teacher. LOL what a slap in the face to teachers worldwide. Glee is pretty much saying anyone can do a teachers job, even those who are not qualified. Which is so untrue. 

Anonymous: I'm not a teacher, but I'm pretty sure you have to have some kind of experience (that you would get from student teaching) working with children/teens on top of a degree/teaching license. And experience and qualifications are only half the battle, after all that you have to go through a interview process/background check. BUT in gleelogic, any ol'stranger off the street can walk in and be a teacher. 

And if I remember correctly, Will didn’t get paid for Glee Club, right? His paycheck came from actually teaching didn’t it?


gtann:

Actually not necessarily. I’m teaching in a classroom and I don’t have a teaching degree or certificate. I have my own classroom but don’t work for the school district. It’s weird but it does happen for non required subjects.

You can’t do that in my state (my mom’s a retired teacher). You have to at least have someone there with you or have someone (with a teaching license) “lend” you their classroom. Even if it’s an extracurricular course. In other words, in my state, you have to have an in. You can’t just waltz in with zero experience.


Anonymous: LEAAAAA! That vacay photo is too much of a close up! Hahahaha. 

Lea Michsim: I think it’s a great view! AK AK AK!


Anonymous: The thing that baffles me the most is doesn't Rachel and Blaine have to have a TEACHING DEGREE to teach? Idk if the US works differently, but here to set a foot in a classroom they have to get a teaching license or something, and do a exam to prove they are able to teach that... And how does Rachel or Blaine can do that if they haven't even graduated from college?! 

There’s logic and then there’s gleeogic.


Anonymous: Boss, any other good blogs that critise glee other then your's and GC? 

Like legit critiques? I don’t think I know of anymore. I know like meme type of blogs, but nothing with like reviews and stuff. Can anyone help anon?