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Those Were the Days

Remember the 50’s when we all felt safe

(Well, if you were lighter than a vanilla wafe)

When our kids could run and play

(Well, not the “others” who ran and prayed) 113 more words

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Japan garden tour day 2: Sushi making to kimono shopping

For our second day exploring Tokyo we headed across the Rainbow Bridge to Odaiba, the artificial island in the Tokyo Bay to get a different view of the city across the water. 832 more words

In The Garden

COMMON CORE: THE REJECTED QUESTION LIST

Whether you agree with standardized testing or not, it is pretty clear that the practice is here to stay. With this in mind, we must all turn our attention to making sure only logical, appropriate questions find their way into the curriculum. 425 more words

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Of Polity and Crucifixions

PONTIUS PILATE ADDRESSES THE ASSEMBLY

Hear me, citizens of Rome; I have come to believe that there is a mass injustice in our dignified society that has gone on for far too long. 640 more words

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Some Like it Hot

As Amish Embrace the Use of Cell Phones, Instances of Indecent Virtual Interactions Skyrocket Among Teens

Not long ago, the Amish were the last bastion of a foregone era – one that held close to its colonial roots despite the modernization that enveloped the world around them. 350 more words

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Ride to School Day on 3RRR

I joined the always lovely Kulja Coulston on 3RRR’s The Grapevine last Monday morning to talk about Ride to School Day. Also a guest in the studio was Dr Ben Rossiter from… 62 more words

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