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And how was what Mallett (or Frazz) said in any way wrong? Did you expect that, because Frazz is smart, he should have just said (without looking it up) “Oh, that’s because of the sodium lauryl sulfate”? That would be boring, and unrealistic, and unuseful. Instead, he made another true statement that is both useful and humorous: That orange juice is full of sugar.
Heck, I used one for a test three years ago. Ordinarily I use a calculator app, but the teacher didn’t allow any web-capable devices during the test. I had also used it to finish a homework earlier in the semester when my battery died.
And no, I’m not old enough to remember slide rules. But why should that stop me?
My mom’s current tenant has grown so fond of affection that she won’t even let you feed her until after she’s gotten a good petting.
My mom (then a third-grade teacher) went and had a couple of grandchildren without asking my sister or I. They were a pair of her students, who had a none-too-stable home life, and who just sort of bonded to her. She still sees them regularly, even now that they’re grown and have kids of their own.
When I lived in Bozeman, there was a fellow who was in the business of cleaning up dog poop in peoples’ yards. His primary advertising was to get a spot in all of the parades, right behind one of the equestrian groups.
And in Cleveland, the public school teachers are literally expected to act as bomb squads. When you’ve got a system that messed up, it becomes clear that the unions are absolutely essential, and not nearly powerful enough yet.
And you can “use them up”: The strings get worn out and break, and short of that, they’ll get tangled up.
Actually, many schools are now letting out (and starting) earlier in the year than ever, in order to get as much time in as possible before standardized testing. Time after the standardized tests is considered a waste.
Even aside from the whole discussion about studies, I find it refreshing that Mr. Spaetzel got to be the smart one, for once.
They’re all edible.