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This Week in History

This Week in History

(March 1-7)

  1. March 1, 1936. What has become a major tourist attraction this Nevada landmark was completed after five years of work.
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Family Feud!?!

Family Feud!

(3 points for the #1 answer, 2 points for the #2 answer, 1 point for the #3 answer)

  1. If Santa Clause was sick on Christmas Eve who would he get to deliver the presents?
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It pays to know your Disco... just ask Alex Trebek!

On a recent episode of Jeopardy, under the category of “No. 1 Hits” here was the Final Jeopardy answer:

“A U.S. #1 in 1977, it was perfomed the night before Carl XVI Gustaf’s 1976 wedding to Sylvia Sommerlath. 154 more words

Week 8: Living with Robots

At we enter week 8 of winter quarter, I like to not talk about an artist’s work that incorporates science and technology but rather what our future holds as we continue to have highly advanced technology. 570 more words

This is….Jeopardy!

So, what happens when you’re faced with some re-writes and you’ve got a sick kid at home? Surely you put your foot to the floor and work your bunions off, right? 48 more words


The Road to 65, Mile 89: Coercion

February 25, 2015, Prescott-   Only unsettled people coerce others to do what is not needed.  I am getting angry e-mails from the Democrats, yelling about how they don’t see my name among the contributors.   102 more words


Every Teacher Needs an Eggspert

If you teach in a public classroom or at the kitchen table…

If you teach wiggly pre-schoolers or willful teenagers…

If you teach math, science, English, or underwater basket-weaving… 580 more words