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tell you
to go for a phoney fever.
But if you get a nervous mother, you
could wind up in a doctor's office.
You fake a stomach cramp.
When you're bent over wailing,
you lick your palms.
It's childish and stupid,
but then, so is high school.
Life moves pretty fast.
If you don't stop and look around
once in a while, you could miss it.
I do have a test today,
that wasn't bullshit.
It's on European socialism.
What's the point?
I'm not European, so who
gives a crap if they're socialists?
They could be fascist anarchists,
it still wouldn't buy me a car.
I recall Central Park in fall
how you tore your dress
what a mess, I confess...
It's not that I condone fascism,
or any "ism".
A person should not believe in an
"ism", he should believe in himself.
I quote John Lennon: "I don't believe
in Beatles. I just believe in me."
A good point there.
After all, he was the walrus.
I could be the walrus,
I'd still have to bum rides off people.
- Here.
- Adamowlsky, Adamson.
- Adler.
- Here.
- Anderson. Anderson?
- Here.
Bueller. Bueller.
He's sick. My best friend's sister's
boyfriend's brother's girlfriend -
- saw Ferris pass out at 31 Flavours
last night. I guess it's pretty serious.
- Thank you, Simone.
- No problem whatsoever.
Frye. Frye.
- Hello?
- Cameron, what's happening?
- Very little.
- How do you feel?
- Shredded.
- Is your mother in the room?
She's in Decatur.
Unfortunately she's not staying.
- Where are you?
- I'm taking the day off, come on over.
- I can't, stupid, I'm sick.
- That's all in your head.
- Come on over.
- I feel like shit. I can't go anywhere.
I'm sorry to hear that.
Now come on over and pick me up.
I'm dying.
You're not dying. Youjust
can't think of anything good to do.
Cameron really needs a day off.
He has a lot of things to sort out
before he goes to college.
When Cameron was in Egypt's land
let my Cameron go.
Cameron is so tight -
- that a lump of coal stuck up his ass
would turn into a diamond.
- Katie Bueller.
- Edward Rooney, Dean of Students.
I'm so sorry.
I completely forgot to call.
- You know your son isn't in school?
- Yes. Ferris is home sick.
I had a meeting this morning.
I forgot to call. I'm very sorry.
Are you also aware -
- that Ferris does not have
an exemplary attendance record.
He has missed an unacceptable
number of school days.
Ferris is not taking
his academic growth seriously.
I've spent my morning
examining his records.
If Ferris thinks he can coast through
to graduation, he is sorely mistaken.
I have no reservation whatsoever-
- about holding him back
another year.
- This is all news to me.
- It usually is.
- He has been absent nine times.
- Nine times?
- Nine times.
- He hasn't been sick nine times.
That's probably because he
wasn't sick, he was skipping school.
Wake up and smell the coffee.
It's a fool's paradise. He's leading
you down the primrose path.
- I can't believe lt.
- It's right here in front of me.
He has missed nine days...
I asked for a car. I got a computer.
How's that for being born unlucky?
Mr Rooney, Ferris is home
and he is very ill.
- I debated even leaving him.
- Grace!
At this time of year, children
are prone to taking the day off.
But I can assure you
that Ferris is a very sick boy.
Never had one lesson.
In 1930 the House of Representatives,
in an effort to alleviate the effects of...
The Great Depression.
Passed the... anyone?
The Holly-Smoot Tariff Act.
Which raised or lowered?
Raised tariffs in an effort to collect
more government revenue.
Did it work?
Anyone know the effects?
It did not work and the United States
sank deeper into the Depression.
Today, we have a similar debate
over this. Anyone know what this is?
Anyone seen this before?
The Laffer curve.
Anyone know what this says?
It says that at this point
on the revenue curve -
- you will get exactly the

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