Nanj8044

nanj8044


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supplies! 7 comments
nanj8044 · 6 years ago
UHF I believe
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The 10 Most Unexplained Events 15 comments
nanj8044 · 7 years ago
These stories are so much fun....way better than inflammatory political posts. Make funsubstance great again!
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Keeping Up With The Fat Faces 8 comments
nanj8044 · 7 years ago
Can anyone explain the top right corner of the family pic?
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The "spoiler paradox" 14 comments
nanj8044 · 7 years ago
If you want me to Google something real quick I can but in my experience there is tons of value in evaluating terrible adaptations (see WWZ etc.), discussing themes, ripping apart CGI over character development...the list goes on. For young reluctant readers it works as an incentive and reassurance when watching intense or scary movies. Having a heads up, rather than a spoiler can be beneficial.
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The "spoiler paradox" 14 comments
nanj8044 · 7 years ago
Have a kid read the book first before watching it...all kinds of benefits there...and you get to watch their expressions which is awesome.
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"history" 3 comments
nanj8044 · 7 years ago
Middle school is a void. During that time in our lives we are so hormonal and socially awkward that our self image overrides everything. It's like someone walking on stilts for the first time. We look and feel "different" until we later grow into our body and find our niche. It's a wonder we remember anything at all from that time. Plus, the History channel is awful.
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Those gym class days 9 comments
nanj8044 · 7 years ago
Fun fact...those aren't handles. They're guards for your hands.
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Golden! A real national treasure 1 comments
nanj8044 · 7 years ago
A true founding father.
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Caleb is woke!! 2 comments
nanj8044 · 7 years ago
But it's from Carlin
In my experience 62 comments
nanj8044 · 7 years ago
I followed this post after commenting on it awhile back. I don't know if the original poster intended to create such an outlet for this topic but I am wowed by the responses.
I don't know if it's just the jargon being thrown around or what but I think we may have some teachers on here.
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In my experience 62 comments
nanj8044 · 7 years ago
I agree...thanks for the discourse. Now back to more Trump memes and cat videos. Also, I would like to request more weird stuff found in weird places under weird circumstances.
In my experience 62 comments
nanj8044 · 7 years ago
You can do both. It's possible to have a special needs student with an additional one-on-one teacher to provide instructional and physical support (bathroom, cafeteria, transportation) along with an army of therapists (speech, physical, etc.) at the school. I agree that "handicapped kids" get extra help in school. They will also get assistance after school is over for the rest of their life because they require it. We don't know how good we have it until we can see how someone without our ability still have success. Now...if we can have that experience in a school and have students support "handicapped kids"...that's compassion.
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In my experience 62 comments
nanj8044 · 7 years ago
I see your point. But if your going to get into the conversation about providing accommodations and therapy then I think you're missing my point. I think the original post was searching for a reason why.
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In my experience 62 comments
nanj8044 · 7 years ago
The benefit of having a special needs student mainstreamed in the regular classroom is mutual. Once you have witnessed the difficult student help the special needs student, then you will understand. It's about compassion, which is in short supply and can't be taught from a book.
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Where would we be now without that period? 22 comments
nanj8044 · 7 years ago
Educate.
Where would we be now without that period? 22 comments
nanj8044 · 7 years ago
Sorry not fun...any thoughts?
Where would we be now without that period? 22 comments
nanj8044 · 7 years ago
Right. I'm not saying these things didn't happen. I just wanted to hear from b.b.corpse about their interpretation of the graph. The graph suggests that Christians, which is the only religion noted, destroyed growth. If you look at the period before The Dark Ages I think you would agree that there was a good bit of evidence other than Christianity that the Romans were screwed for lots of reasons.
Please don't confuse faith with religion. Religion has been hijacked for most of it's existence and manipulated for all kinds of nefarious purposes, including all of the periods listed above. I can link evidence after a quick google search. *Quick hit: Tithes and other offerings have been used for personal gain, but they have also been used for supporting the community. This includes the scientific community. Not every narrative can be easily understood through a graph.
As a person of faith I, like b.b.c., have a problem with how religion is used.
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Where would we be now without that period? 22 comments
nanj8044 · 7 years ago
I'll bite...how is this graph about religion?
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Benefits of being anti social 7 comments
nanj8044 · 7 years ago
I understand the message...but OBJ is not the guy. He's a diva. But again, I agree with the message.
explain this New Yorkers. 35 comments
nanj8044 · 8 years ago
Skeevers are real
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:E 24 comments
nanj8044 · 8 years ago
Ah...just curious. I understand that they can shutdown recruiting avenues via social media but I was unaware of anything else.
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:E 24 comments
nanj8044 · 8 years ago
Source?
M'erica ( ̄^ ̄)ゞ 10 comments
nanj8044 · 8 years ago
Oddly proud
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No further info yet, but it sure sounds too good to be true 10 comments
nanj8044 · 8 years ago
Interesting...it would be like someone having the cure for HIV or something and marking up the price of treatment an exorbitant amount...but who would do that
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Don't trust everything the media says 21 comments
nanj8044 · 8 years ago
You're right...need more muckrackers
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