I teach a large Freshman paper, Intro to Hamsterology at a Research University in Far Flung Former Colony. I work hard to keep my content and delivery up-to-date, and incorporate many humorous video clips, many of them recent hamster ads and tv coverage of hamster related issues. My Freshman love my class (with complaints limited to the constant whining for me to give them my personal "full" notes [the ones I dont have because I prepare enough to be able to talk to the powerpoint slides they have access to] or the foreign students who ask me me to explain common English terms to them like "flashlight" or "pantyhose"- and yes even "hamster").
A senior in Basketweaving wrote to me today that he was taking my paper (only because he needed one last paper to graduate) and was "disgusted at the level of spoon-feeding of knowledge" that I engage in and that his "other [presumably Senior-level] classes are far more demanding".
You tea-partying Basket-Weaving moron!!!! Good teachers craft their content, and the delivery of that content to suit the level of the course. Why the hell is a Senior taking a Freshman course? And if you are taking a Freshman course, why the hell are you complaining about being treated like a Freshman? May all your dreams of being a Basket Weaver be KILLED!!!!