He turned off the burner, closed his notebook and picked up his books. He walked to the window and noticed Wendy Meyers, head varsity cheerleader, sitting alone outside on the bleachers. She appeared to be crying. He left the science lab and walked down the hallway to the back hallway exit and pushed open the door. He walked over to Wendy and saw that she was crying.
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October 10, The geek does the cheerleader's homework -- who, if either, is the parasite? Increasingly often teachers will force students to work in groups, which usually results in the smartest person in the group pulling all of the weight while the others more or less freeload. It's pretty easy to describe the others as parasites and the smart person as parasitized, although we might not judge the parasites so harshly since they didn't intend for the class to split up into groups -- they were compelled by the teacher -- so it may be more like a case of stronger people who cannibalize the weakest person when all are forced by shipwreck into a foodless situation. However, lots of other study groups form voluntarily, with both the smart and the less-smart finding it agreeable. The smart one is obviously providing his smarts -- probably he'll end up doing the other person's homework -- so clearly the less-smart person gets something nice out of the deal.
Ask Dr. Dear Dr. But this is where the problem is, Dr! Let me start this off and give you all the information. In 9th, 10th, and 11th grade I went to the same school.