Archive | June, 2005

a perfect summer evening

Feeling kinda icky so I didn’t want to drive out to Danvers. But soon was feeling cooped up in the house. So after I had my salad I went for a walk to the park. The sun was setting and twilight was setting in by the time I walked past the little league game in […]

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thinking of the future

I was just thinking (in the shower, of course) how cool it will be to have the bathroom all to myself and not shared with roommates. I can leave my watch on the sink overnight with no worries about being a nuisance to others (for I am sure Dom would never complain about such things). […]

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banned books

Here for your enjoyment is the list of the top 110 banned books. Bold the ones you’ve read. Italicize the ones you’ve read part of. Read more. Convince others to read some. [I don’t know if you actually need to read some or convince others as long as you’ve got practically any marked as read […]

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A cardinal speaks out

In this article about embryonic stem cell research. If only more people knew all the facts. That hope of treating disease is the driving force behind this bill. Yet the “promise” of embryonic stem cell research has been exaggerated. The journal Science last week published a warning by Stanford University experts that “it is nearly […]

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we had confirmation this morning and it went well the bishop was great—- good homily and Thomas actually showed up, was confirmed, and seemed happy to be there, not sulking though Olivia fainted after the consecration and had to be carried out all our kids were well dressed and well behaved. one girl from one […]

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attendance policy

very important but hard to formulte. I’m never happy with the wording of mine…. or with my enforcement of it. I found this one online and thought it pretty good. Regular Attendance is required in this class. Repeated absences will not be accepted without penalty. Furthermore, students who arrive late or leave early will be […]

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Toward a bilingual America

This reminds me of some of the conversations I had with Dom. Especially last summer when I was taking the class that focus on Latino students at Salem State. I still feel undecided on the issue. I think most of the teachers at SSC were kinda wrong-headed. But then I think this author makes a […]

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