I managed to procure a rather lengthy Excel file containing all of the 11th grade student passwords and log-in names.
In my school, there are only a few things that can get you thrown off of computer usage: Direct attacks on network integrity (which is by far the coolest one, and what I was accused of doing), using programs/utilities (such as proxys) to circumvent school safeguards, damaging of school computer hardware (either literally or virtually), and looking at inappropriate material.
As I was accused of by far the coolest crime, I really came out ahead. I still am in possession of the incriminating document, the school network lockdown that was implemented to prevent such an occurrence from happening again is easily (and has been already by me) circumvented, and I gained incredible amounts of reputation by obtaining said file (as it spread like wildfire when why I was punished got out).
Edited at Wed Dec 5, 2007 5:57:42 AM
Michael: Jodie, how's my schedule look for today? Jodie: You've got a conference and dinner party at the Japanese Embassy regarding wildlife protection. Michael: Oh, yeah...sorry, but I'll have to cancel that. I'm heading out to save America!