In a study by the Classroom Health and Safety Board, it was discovered that 99.99% of people in front of chalk boards are not artists. The study was conducted by observing teachers and students attempting to draw various shapes, graphs, and drawing on classroom chalkboards. Without prodding, most subjects apologized for a lack of artistic ability. “As you can see the portion is coming out of the board, and this here should be … oh, I’m sorry. I’m not an artist, but the picture should be in your textbook,” said a typical professor. Sadly, real chalk artists are poverty stricken and beg for change on urban streets.