Dearest teacher at a tech school, I do not care that a quiz on WebMD told you you may have Fibromyalgia. I also do not care to know that you can only internally rotate your shoulders 20 degrees. Or, that you have fainting spells frequently. Your medical stories amuse me as much as my classmate explaining in great detail how to run away from bears. (Which, by the way, I guess you're only supposed to run from bears downhill. I'm not sure how it's related to neurology).
Also, to the know-it-all in my class. .... SHUT UP. I can assure you that no one wants to know that you have some of the symptoms of all the diseases we study in class.
If you're THAT sick, with THAT many conditions...Pretty sure that makes you a patient, and you should just quit school while you're ahead and donate the tuition to some cancer cause.
Why can't people who are normal just go to class and LEARN? Give me a powerpoint, some notes, a reading assignment..ANYTHING for me to learn! I want knowledge! Not this "well, I had a funny thing happen to me a few years ago" BS.
This, is what I get for going to a tech school.