Today was the first day of high school, and Chad O'Hearn, a junior, was lounging on his desk. Feet kicked up, his chair leaned back and his arms crossed. He had a black leather jacket on with a chain hanging from the right pocket that led to his wallet. He had black jeans on, and black cowboy boots on. Around his neck hung a blue bandana with black skulls on it, loose. His long brown hair was tied up in a ponytail, his shades covering up his beautiful blue eyes. He had a facial hair that was forming into a beard (though he'd never let it grow into a full one) and had three piercings on his right ear, and two on the other. Ever the class rebel, teacher hated seeing his name on the rosters. "Mr. O'Hearn," Ms. Corner growled, "Every year you come in here and act like you own the place. Get your feet off the desk, take those shades off, take that jacket off, and get a pen and paper out as instructed." She never liked Chad, but, then again, Chad never gave her a reason to like him. "Ah, Corner, I do own this place. Like you so graciously keep telling every student here that we are customers and you the staff of a building that teaches youth, as a customer, I am unsatisfied with your teachings," he smirked. He wasn't the best student, but he was great with math and science. Normally he didn't even show up for the first day of school. Ms. Corner looked as if she were going to bust a gasket. She walked over to the phone and picked it up. He knew who she was calling, but he didn't care. He just laughed. Soon enough, a resource(tardy) officer walked through the door. He knew this officer well; he was constantly called to pick Chad up. "First day, never ceases to amaze me," his gruff voice growled as Chad freely walked over to the officer. "Thought I'd start the year with a bang," he joked. The officer grabbed his arm and guided him out of the classroom. "You can't say that the old broad doesn't deserve it, she's got it out for me," he defended, but not seriously. "You've given her reason to Chad. Why can't you just behave yourself?" the officer asked.