Monthly Archives: October 2004

The People vs. George Milton

I hereby call to order the trial of the People of the State of California vs. George Milton for the alleged murder of Lennie Small. The accused pleads innocent on account of “I hadda do it. I just had to.” … Continue reading

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Ok, So I Copied Mrs. Grimes…

I tried out College Matchmaker and it seems that my top two matches were 1) Columbia, and 2) Georgetown University. I could see Columbia (although my high school GPA would have prevented me from getting accepted there), but Georgetown? How … Continue reading

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Happy Halloween!

Seasons Greetings from the Great Pumpkin…

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Academic Decathlon

Hey Decathletes: your updated scores are posted over on the Acadec Blog, as well as the schedule for next week’s scrimmage.

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Novels in the Home Stretch

As you are hopefully flipping the final pages of your independent reading novels, here are some topics for consideration (and debate): East of Eden: One word–timshel. Why is it so important to Adam? To Cal? To Steinbeck? And where do … Continue reading

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Like Father Like Son

Poor kid. He didn’t even have a chance in the world of fashion, did he? Here’s Grady with his first bow-tie and first pair of corduroys. And another hanging out with Daddy in jeans and a t-shirt.

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Web Chat

Just in case you’re a little lost finding my chat rooms, you can click on this link to take you there. Once there, you’ll need to click the blue link labeled “register” to create a username and password. Remember, I … Continue reading

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