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Re: How do you feel at the moment?
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In fact, I'm sure it was the 2nd grade, because I remember having that sheet of paper with the huge multiplication table on it, and thinking I'd never ever be able to memorize that whole thing.

Posted on: 2005/2/2 22:08
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Re: How do you feel at the moment?
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I don't remember when I was first taught multiplication. But I bet it was the 2nd grade. In 3rd grade we were already in the 'let's make them do endless problems over and over every day' mode.

Posted on: 2005/2/2 22:07
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Re: What is the weather like where you are?
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According to the weather plugin for Firefox, it is cloudy and 44 degrees (F).

Posted on: 2005/2/2 21:54
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Re: Forumation
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Rabies?

Posted on: 2005/2/2 21:11
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Re: Riddles
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Easy. Virus of the mind.

NEXT

Posted on: 2005/2/2 21:10
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Re: Heather Covers Only Males?
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Heather probably hasn't thought about it.

Posted on: 2005/2/2 21:08
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Re: Forumation
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NICE HELMET

Posted on: 2005/2/2 21:07
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Re: New production software
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This website uses pure website techniques.

Posted on: 2005/2/2 21:04
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Re: 23,000
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This was 4 1/2 years ago, knowing kids he is probably fine now.

Posted on: 2005/2/2 20:56
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Re: Citing health care costs, employers impose smoking bans
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I buy it. The girls who I have known over the years who claimed to be religious slept around more than the others.... as in a LOT more.

Posted on: 2005/2/2 20:52
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Re: New production software
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Software that uses pure software techniques kind of sounds kind of like pretty much every other piece of software.

Posted on: 2005/2/2 20:48
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Re: Your activities today
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My cousin was putting away groceries and while she was doing this, the 2-year old snuck into the pool area.

Tragic, but unfortunately seems to happen a lot.

In Austin about five years ago, two children drowned in a swimming pool. One was older than the other, and drowned trying to save the other one.

Swimming pools are very very dangerous, children should never be left unattended anywhere near them.

I checked my user's manual regarding the check engine light, and for my car (like all GM cars), it's just a sensor to track emissions. Putting gas in there that isn't up-to-snuff can cause the light to come on, according to the manual. The light came on right after I put gas in it from a station near downtown.

If the light doesn't go off once I have completely new gas in it, then I'll be concerned. But the car hasn't been as good as it used to be in the past couple of months, so it might be a real issue.

Posted on: 2005/2/2 20:40
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Re: Your activities today
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My cousin's 2-year old daughter drowned on Sunday. My sister-in-law had a hysterectomy on Monday. My aunt had a stroke on Saturday.

The 'check engine' light has been on in my car since last night. (This isn't any reason to panic, this light only tracks vehicle emissions. My thinking is that the gas that I put in it last night wasn't good.)

I saw a very nasty ex-gf walking around here in San Marcos today, which I don't like.

My gf's tax return was $780. Mine, so far, is $1000. I still am missing 1 W2 so it will probably go down as the EIC will be less when I add in more income. I expect it will be around $780 as well in the end.

Posted on: 2005/2/2 18:09
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Re: 23,000
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Judging by how this was written, I'm sure the kid lived. It would have said he died if he had died, not just that he had been burned.

The thing about electricity is that you can have ridiculous amounts go through you and you can live. It happens. The fact that he was thrown away from it would have been what saved him.

Posted on: 2005/2/2 18:02
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23,000
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FirstEnergy hasn't had a substation injury since July 2000 when an 8-year-old boy was burned over 75 percent of his body when he was shocked by 23,000 volts of electricity, enough to power an entire neighborhood.

He had climbed over an 8-foot fence topped with barbed wire to get into the substation. Neighbors heard a boom and said the shock threw the boy to the ground unconscious.

"It's very dangerous equipment and we do everything possible to put warnings up and barriers around them because the outcome is never very good," said FirstEnergy spokeswoman Ellen Raines.

Posted on: 2005/2/2 14:04
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Forumation
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I created a few forums just to keep people busy.

I'll add the rest tomorrow.

Posted on: 2005/2/2 7:20
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