Well, as I predicted, drama's been starting up with the middle schoolers.... Kids landing in ISS..... Kids congregating during class change and talking about this girl, that girl, this boy, that boy. Crying cheerleaders quitting the cheer squad..... When I was in middle school, I didn't notice this stuff.... I guess it's because I'm a guy and I mostly kept to myself or with friends similar to me who also didn't involve themselves with drama? And also that if I got in trouble at school, I would have gotten the treatment from my mom and then my dad.... Or is it because of cell phone use and texting that just didn't happen in the late 80s/early 90s? Question for everyone.... Is today's drama the same from years prior? What I mean is this. Are we current teachers dealing with what our former teachers had to deal with way back when? Instead of playground fights, it's texting drama? Instead of cigarettes it's vapes? Instead of "she called me a &*%$", it's "she texted to everyone that I'm a &*%$" ?