who spilt that lemonade? its benny bunny sir, right, what class is he in? classic and true. very nice man, and a great principle
Decent chap, but could talk for Ireland. Really absent-minded. "You're late" was his catchphrase. I think eventually got my name right by the end of school. Very dedicated and a genuine fellow.
He should have got a gob with the corporation.Fasination with picking up papers.
Top man, great Prin. Called everyone 'michael' but you knew he was talking to you. Made the shcool look good and was interested in the students aswell
Excellent statesman-like Prinicpal who always called it as it was unlike other Principals. I still enjoy talking to him if I meet him on the street.
Táim thar a bheith buíoch dó, múinteoir den scoth as An Ríocht. Bertie abú. Thóg sé abhaile mé ó disco soile oiché amhain agus an hata ar mo leathcheann agam. A
Did alot for the school in his long years there. A bit absent minded. Glad I was there for the standing ovation that day he retired.
Didn't know him as a teacher but a great VP. Gave encouragement to "messers" where it was sorely needed. Knew the names of 600 students at once. Pillar of CSN.
Man was a legend!!! I'll never forget the benny bunny incident!!! What a laugh!!!
suspended me, tried to expell me and yet i have to said a very fair honest man. can any1 say for sure is d beeny bunny story true or a legend??
benny bunny wud like to take full responsibility for his disgraceful action that faithfull day in the yard.
Not a bad word to say about him. Great memory for names, and fair as the day is long.
Bertie Kelleher for president, this country will be free of litter. "Boys, pick up the papers!"