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Hamlet Speech Lacey Hannah

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  • 1. Hamlet Speech<br />Teacher: Are they really going to suspend her from school because she flooded the bathroom floor? Don’t you think she deserves and expulsion?<br />Secretary: I know for a fact she is suspended, but I have to finish writing her up because the principle wants to get this situation done and over with. <br />Teacher: But there was a huge possibility that she could have harmed someone. <br />Secretary: Well if the principle makes a decision it’s a permanent one.<br />Teacher: Well it sounds like she must have done this on purpose. What I’m saying is, if she did flood the floor on purpose, that’s an act. An act has three sides to it: to do, to act, and to perform. Therefore she must have known she was flooding it. <br />Secretary: No, listen here, Mrs. Grant-<br />Teacher: Let me finish. Here’s the water right? And here’s a girl, okay? If the girl walks into the bathroom and sticks paper towel into the drains, she’s flooding it, like it or not. But if the water didn’t fit down the drain and floods the floor, then she is innocent. Therefore, if she is innocent of this deed, she should not be shortened of time at this school. <br />Secretary: Is that how the school administrator’s see it?<br />Teacher: It sure is.<br />Secretary: Do you want to know the truth? If her parent’s hadn’t been rich, she would have never gotten away with just a suspension.<br />Teacher: Well there, now you’ve said it. It’s a pity that the rich have more freedom to break school rules than the rest of the student body. Come on, let’s get this over with. The ancient wealthy people, used to have jobs, such as ours, and did not just pay people to do them. <br />Secretary: <br />