Added by Henry Massingale on June 19, 2013 at 7:43pm — No Comments
Because it is made of AWESOME. Listened to the whole LP on youtube while packing for my research trip, and danced around my room. On a side note, getting ready to go to the University of Arkansas to do dental microwear texture analysis on teeth. Super excited!!!
Added by Alexandria Peterson on June 19, 2013 at 1:33pm — No Comments
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In which I respond to an NPR article and booktuber Rincey Reads' comments on what today's high school students are reading and explain why picking what books are read in high school English classes can actually be a complex endeavor.
Point of clarification: while I focus on the fact that there are more classics being taught than just…Continue
I apologize for my late night sleep deprived ravings last night, all 6 of you who read it. Anyways,
The point I was trying to make is that Game Shops should really try to be a bit more girl-friendly.
Being more female friendly can only benefit the business. More girls might get into games and hobbies if they were made to feel more welcome in the stores, and if when a question…Continue
Added by Vicky Ford on June 18, 2013 at 4:10pm — No Comments
I've been a tutor for 3 years and I am going to school to be an English teacher (Linguisitcs Prof. to be exact) and today was my second day working during our summer session. I was prepared to have no students in today, which makes for a very long, dull day when you work alone and have no homework. Instead, four students came in today that needed my help. It was great! I was able to see some of my regulars and meet a few new students! They were all in rather good moods despite the fact that…Continue
Added by Alli Marrone on June 18, 2013 at 2:12pm — No Comments
In which Grace teaches you how to fake being smarter than you are in 50 easy steps. Some of them might possibly involve cheese. Maybe.
Today's paternity leave video is brought to you by the delightful: http://www.youtube.com/dailygrace
I'm new here, so... I'm not entirely sure what's going on - so sorry if I make a slightly shaky start. I'm kind of only making a blog post because there's a space for making blog posts. I see there's also a chat box, but I don't know anyone yet and I don't want to be rude by jumping into conversations.
So, yeah, Hi.
I'm Dan. I'm kinda new to nerdfighteria, and I don't know many nerdfighters personally, so I thought the Ning would be a good place to come to…
Added by Dan Walker on June 18, 2013 at 9:38am — No Comments
All of you are one of a kind so stop trying to fit in because if you do fit in you're not yourself.
Added by Escafed on June 17, 2013 at 11:25pm — No Comments
In which I type in pink because I can.
Today was me and my boyfriend's little monthly anniversary. (Almost a year. O.o)
Anyways, point is - We went to our local game shop, which I will admit to not frequenting, as…Continue
Added by Vicky Ford on June 17, 2013 at 10:14pm — No Comments
If you know me, you know that I kind of hate Justin Bieber.
Now, before you kill me, let me explain myself. I don't have anything against his music, it's just not my style. I generally don't care for popular music in general, simply because so much of it is autotuned these days, and that's kind of depressing to me. I'll dance to that type of music at parties, but on my own time, it's not my style.
As for Justin Bieber, part of my hatred for him comes from people who live in…Continue
Added by Kyra Peterson on June 17, 2013 at 9:21pm — No Comments
I am born and raised Dutch. I speak Dutch, I root for our soccer team and feel proud when an actress like Catrice van Houten stars in Game of Thrones. Being Dutch is a part of my identity.
However, whenever I talk to others about the things I like, they seem to not know what I'm talking about. This is because the things I like and spend my time on are very American-based things. Like TV shows, popular YouTube channels, 9gag even. And because the people I talk to don't know…Continue
Added by Loes van Elteren on June 17, 2013 at 4:03pm — No Comments
Chapter One: Streaking on a Go-Kart
There are few greater “treasures” in the high school world than a detention slip, and on Monday May 5 one was graciously bestowed to Virginia Barnes. Virginia blankly stared at the crisp mustard colored paper that Mr. Venice slapped on her desk. As she began to read its contents he trudged back over to his podium and continued to read…Continue
Added by Olivia A. on June 17, 2013 at 3:23pm — No Comments
Every week for the past four years I have posted a weekly songwriting challenge to my blog
The Song Club . This weeks Song Club Challenge is to write a song about Life.
All you have to do
Added by Ben Davila on June 17, 2013 at 3:15pm — No Comments
I find it horribly depressing in every single way the way that Donna has to go.
For the first time in her life, she was more than "just a temp from Chiswick" she was the "best temp in Chiswick" finally. For that split second, she was Donna Noble, savior of worlds whose name would be immortalized in songs and stories for generations to come. However, just as she realizes her impact on society and how she has always been more important, more intelligent than she thought, that…Continue
I am not a native Japanese speaker, so you may be asking how I learned it. When I was little, I was obsess with Pokémon, and I still am to this day! One day while I was at my grandparents house, I saw an ad for "ポケットモンスタープラタプラチナ". I had no idea Japan got video games earlier then we got it in the States. I picked it up, and decided I would teach myself Japanese. As a young teenage boy, it did go so well. I could never remember the hiragana and katakana characters and stroke order. When I…Continue
My sister and I are pitching a theatre vlog for the Geek & Sundry Vlogs channel. Check out our demo vlog and if you like it be sure to let G&S know by tweeting @feliciaday and @geekandsundry! Also comment, like, share & subscribe! http://youtu.be/sNG4ubZ0geg
Added by Sarah Hickox on June 16, 2013 at 7:55pm — No Comments
Some people think that I am naive for believing that people are good if given a chance. I think that those people are jaded and misunderstand my understanding of humans and their behaviors. It’s not that I think everyone will be good if given the chance, I think that they have the potential to be if someone believes in them and they in turn believe in themselves. I feel sorry for the people that think this is naive because it makes me wonder if they have given up on themselves.
Added by Alli Marrone on June 16, 2013 at 7:39pm — No Comments
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