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chiliwormeater4

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new Posted: 07:31PM Jul 16, 2008

Tim Hortons apparently makes good coffee, I wouldn't know, I don't drink coffee but they have great donuts and sandwiches.
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kappa64

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new Posted: 02:33PM Jul 17, 2008

Ive never heard of that. I wish they had one here
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chiliwormeater4

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new Posted: 06:34PM Jul 17, 2008

Yeah their not popular in the United States. Theirs a few down there but it's more popular out here.
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kappa64

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new Posted: 08:35PM Jul 17, 2008

There is this little coffee shop right next to my grandmas house and its really good. Maybe that can be a substitute for Starbucks. Im going back to kentucky in less than two weeks. this summer has gone by fast!
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chiliwormeater4

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new Posted: 05:54AM Jul 18, 2008

I know this summer is going by so quick, I haven't had a chance to read a book yet. It seems I'm more busy during the summer than I was during school. I read several books during school though

Crabbe - about this kid who runs away to live in the wilderness
Avro Arrow Story - About the invention and destruction of the avro arrow
Canadians on Everest - Need I say more?
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kappa64

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new Posted: 10:56PM Jul 18, 2008

Ive read 4 books this summer. But thats it

Crabbe sounds good.
So does Avro Arrow Story
Canadians on Everest? Is that about waffles?
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chiliwormeater4

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new Posted: 06:18AM Jul 19, 2008

That's more books than I've read this summer.

Crabbe and Avro Arrow story were good.

lol @ kappa for Canadians on Everest
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kappa64

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new Posted: 09:52AM Jul 19, 2008

Im just going to have to read Canadians on Everest now I wonder if my library has it
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chiliwormeater4

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new Posted: 02:25PM Jul 19, 2008

They might have it, but it might be hard to find it because the producer went out of business.

Ask at the library "Amazing stories" series and mention "Canadians on Everest"
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kappa64

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new Posted: 04:59PM Jul 19, 2008

Okay
What is Amazing stories series?
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chiliwormeater4

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new Posted: 07:00PM Jul 19, 2008

It's a bunch of books about Amazing Canadian stories
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kappa64

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new Posted: 10:04PM Jul 19, 2008

that sounds interesting
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chiliwormeater4

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new Posted: 06:11AM Jul 20, 2008

Yes their quite interesting I read 3 of them, in the time it took the rest of the class to read 1.

We had to do this media project, which should of took a week but it took most of the class, 3 weeks to do. So they didn't get to finish the book. some people in the class, were so behind, doing work from January in June.

I got all myself done, ahead of time though.


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kappa64

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new Posted: 04:44PM Jul 20, 2008

Haha they are slow readers. or youre fast

Wow why did it take them so long?

Im glad you got yours done fast
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chiliwormeater4

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new Posted: 06:41PM Jul 20, 2008

Oh no, the class was just being lazy and not doing their February work until the end of June


A lot of people failed because of laziness.
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kappa64

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new Posted: 09:00PM Jul 20, 2008

Haha wow your class is very lazy lol. My teachers always used to let you procrastinate. I dont think thats a very good method of teaching
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chiliwormeater4

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new Posted: 05:04AM Jul 21, 2008

Yes their were very lazy and failed the class because of it. Most teachers don't really care, it makes their job easier, if people don't do the work.

My teacher wanted to make sure everyone had a chance to do well. He didn't let people move on, till they got the old work done, and some people were working on old stuff for a very long time.

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kappa64

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new Posted: 12:19PM Jul 21, 2008

Oh wow that must have been annoying. So he couldnt teach any new lessons until everyone got done with old work?
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chiliwormeater4

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new Posted: 12:21PM Jul 21, 2008

He did, to the people who were done Like 4 people

He put people that were behind facing the wall and even put one kid in the corner.
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kappa64

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new Posted: 12:23PM Jul 21, 2008

LOL that sounds like a funny teacher In the fifth grade, my teacher made us all do sixth grade work. she didnt even teach us lessons. She gave us a worksheet, and expected us to get it done. Even if we had no clue how to do it
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