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Obama follows me on Twitter

01.23.09 | 3 Comments

Proof you say? Proof can be found in my gmail:

I was on a high until I realized Obama was whoring himself out to another 170,000 followers. Seriously?

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  • On 01.23.09 Leo Romanovsky wrote these pithy words:

    Mmmm sandwiches on Specialtys.com look tasty. What’d you get?

  • On 01.28.09 Viraj wrote these pithy words:

    I believe on that day, the Hot Cheesy Steak 🙂

  • On 12.11.15 Emine wrote these pithy words:

    This is a great blog post! I feel something like this sulohd happen in every school that is learning about Thanksgiving. Putting students in an environment like the real Thanksgiving will give them a full concept and learning environment that will help them learn even more than if they were given a simple lesson or two about it. It let them engage in a somewhat real experience like there was back then. Next time though I suggest you make costume wear a necessity for that day only. Create the real experience for them.Students in every grade learn most from experience; this is why I want to become a Physical Education teacher. If you put the students in a learning environment that they will be engaged in they will learn so much better. A lesson like the one you displayed will also follow these students through the rest of their lives because they will never forget something like that. That’s what makes learning so essential; a student will not learn something if it does not spark something knew in their minds. Students love to be hands on, getting the real feel for things rather than sitting in a desk and reading a book or doing a worksheet. Activities need to be more creative and more interacting for the students, because then it is something that will actually teach them.This is such a great blog post. If I get a job as an elementary school or middle school PE teacher I may have them dress up like they did back then and do some outside activities that involve Thanksgiving learning also!Thanks for this great activity,Frank KovachJunior at Trinity Christian College, PE major

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