|Jim Selzer||02 Jan 2018 3:42 a.m. PST|
what's a grit? and not that it fits me but it fit my school where is the hayseed?
|Cerdic ||02 Jan 2018 4:51 a.m. PST|
No idea. There are several on here that I don't understand!
|Frederick ||02 Jan 2018 6:11 a.m. PST|
As a lad my dad was with a multi-national pharmaceutical company so I never spent more than four years in one place – we moved in the middle of high school from a big city high school with 1700 students to a rural high school with 120 students total – plus since Dad quit the company and started a small town pharmacy that involved me working 30 hours a week in it (during school; 60 per week over the summer) I would say I fall into the "loner" category
|Cerdic ||02 Jan 2018 9:25 a.m. PST|
Sounds like you missed a good opportunity to fall into the 'drug baron' category, Fred me old mucker!
|GildasFacit ||02 Jan 2018 11:20 a.m. PST|
I'm with Cerdic. UK educated at a Grammar school and left in 1968 so some at least hadn't been invented.
Played chess (in younger days), on the technical side in Drama and played Hockey (the muddy sort). Doubt that UK schoolkids were quite so polarised back then – girls played their own sports (well, some of them did) rather than being cheerleaders. My wargaming was extra-curricular, didn't know anyone at school who was a wargamer.
|Rallynow ||02 Jan 2018 11:45 a.m. PST|
So I guess pre-military.
| The Beast Rampant ||02 Jan 2018 11:48 a.m. PST|
Loners of the world, unite!
Or not. Probably not.
| Parzival ||02 Jan 2018 12:44 p.m. PST|
I fit into more than five. And my D&D group may have been nerds and geeks, but we weren't dorks (though I did know a few).
Computer nerd, gamer, arcade gamer, Mu Alpha Theta math club, NHS, school paper (writer, editor, photographer, columnist, cartoonist), Latin Club, D&D, church group, Explorers; I was a Renaissance teen!
I also had a hot GF (from our cross-town rival), which I also attended at the same time) and the coolest car on campus (1970 Mustang Fastback).
If someone thought I was a dork, I knew they were just jealous of my genius.
|Mithmee ||02 Jan 2018 12:46 p.m. PST|
I did not join any club while in High School.
But I did hang out with:
The Smart (Honor Society) group
The Bad Boys
You have to learn to cover all of the bases.
|Private Matter||02 Jan 2018 1:45 p.m. PST|
Other: Soccer team (when soccer wasn't cool; only nerds and foreign exchange students played) & Wilderness Survival (My science credit was in Wilderness Survival and then I was invited to be the student assistant for two more semesters)
RallyNow: Did your NJROTC class make you cut your hair to regulation? My tried; I was straight A's on everything in that class except for my hair so the LTCMDR in charge of our class gave me a C overall. This was in Muskegon Michigan.
|pmwalt ||02 Jan 2018 2:08 p.m. PST|
Other: I played on soccer and did some track & bicycling, but I spent quite a bit of time work to save up for college.
|robert piepenbrink ||02 Jan 2018 3:11 p.m. PST|
Many of the options were not available to the Class of '70. Even fewer were open if you were working at least 20 hours a week to save up for college and building your first CLS armies--by painting for castings--between times.
High school was just there--years I had to get through to get on with my life.
| Saber6 ||02 Jan 2018 5:30 p.m. PST|
I introduced DnD to one High school. Not really a member of any of the groups, but had contacts in all of them. I worked with the jocks and the stoners, the surfers and the glee club.
|BW1959||02 Jan 2018 6:52 p.m. PST|
Civil Air Patrol – so I guess Pre-Military. Did have to have a
military hair cut, THAT went over well in the 70's
Also was a gamer, board games SPI and Avalon Hill
| ochoin ||02 Jan 2018 7:11 p.m. PST|
I was in the academic elite & amongst other achievements, had won the Poetry prize 5 years running.
Obviously being more intelligent than the other students, they elected me their leader.
High school…..good times.
|Jim Selzer||02 Jan 2018 10:48 p.m. PST|
I had the opposite went from a small school total enrollment of about 300 to a big school where my Graduating class was over 350 by itself but ditto on the loner status. 40 years since I transferred there and I still don't associate with but 1 non family member who attended that school. In Fact the only 3 or 4 football/basketball games I attended after graduation was to accompany my Girl Friend who was a cheerleader for a rival school and sit in the visitor stands. What a fun time that was
|Major William Martin RM||03 Jan 2018 9:59 a.m. PST|
Hey, it was 1966 to 1970, the times were a'changing and so did I. I started out as a jock and a speech/debate nerd for my freshman, sophomore and the first half of my junior year. Then I decided that didn't suit me anymore and moved on to hippy and smoker and began hanging with a very small group of like-minded individuals in my small, semi-rural Texas school. Shame there wasn't a selection for "avoided beatdowns and scalpings" for my senior year, cause I lived it.
|rmaker||03 Jan 2018 10:02 a.m. PST|
Many of the options were not available to the Class of '70.
And even fewer to the Class of '65.
|Skeets ||03 Jan 2018 11:39 a.m. PST|
Participated in ROTC, Junior Achievement, did some wargaming in the ROTC with boardgames (Avalon Hill) and they had a great set of foam terrain and miniatures working out military problems. Other than that spent most of my after school time working in the family business.
|2bit elroy ||03 Jan 2018 3:56 p.m. PST|
And @ The Beast Rampant… ROTFLOL
|General Kirchner||05 Jan 2018 12:23 p.m. PST|
This might be the first poll i have participated in where none of my answers were in the top 5.
Jock (football,wrestling,baseball), MCJROTC(went to college on a MC scholarship),JETS (junior engineering technical society), newspaper, student government etc. Scouting was kind of fizzled by high school, but i did get my eagle the second half of my senior year. High school was a great place to socialize and occasionally do schoolwork.
I was also the weird jock who played D&D during the summer (usually the DM), and Squad Leader when i could cajole one of my gamer acquaintances into playing, usually only once.
I was not popular in the least, but few could say they moved in between as many different groups as i did.
|Forager ||08 Jan 2018 11:06 a.m. PST|
Science/math nerd here, I guess. That stuff came pretty easy to me. Wasn't really part of the club scene, but not a loner either. Did join the Latin Club though, but that was mainly so I could play in their flag football games against the German club! :-)