Jared, Jensen, Misha and the wrestling story.
make time for your interests and hobbies!
oh btw we're going to keep you here for about 6 1/2 hours. and after that, we're going to give you hours of homework.
eat 3 meals a day!
here's lunch, it's cardboard.
school is free!
oh, but you have to pay for any ap classes, textbooks, folders, supplies, and materials for projects :)
you earn the grades you get!
what do you mean this teacher gives you bad grades because they don't like you? that's ridiculous!
respect your teachers.
oh, but they don't have to respect you, silly!
everyone is an individual!
here's a standardized test to figure out how smart you all are.
balance your social life and academics.
but you also have to do homework and study for the rest of the day.
we accept all love!
stop kissing and hugging eachother. that's gross.
bullying is bad!
but our teachers won't help you out of it, that's your job
it's okay to be out sick.
but the teacher won't explain it to you if you were. that's /your/ fault that you were sick.
act like adults.
but we're going to treat you like children.
Just to say -assuming I am reading the insignia correctly- how perfectly they captured Dean’s character in this uniform: an officer in the medical corps with a boatload of decorations earned in combat, aka a high-ranking soldier, not a grunt, whose specific job description is to save and care for his wounded comrades no matter what and has done so in spades.
His medals include an “Army Commendation Medal” (2nd Row Right), a “United Nations Service Medal” (Bottom Row Right), a “National Defense Service Medal” (Bottom Row Left), an “American Defense Medal” (Third Row Left), an “Army of Occupation Medal” (Fourth Row Right) and a “Medal for Humane Action” (Fourth Row Left). Couldn’t find the rest…